Girardi expects leadoff hitter Brett Gardner will be out for a lengthy stretch and possibly the rest of the regular season.
The Yankees don’t need this right now: leadoff man Brett Gardner is heading to New York for tests on his ailing oblique.
Give Girardi this. At least he cares. He may be misguided at times, but he leaves little doubt on the field as to where he stands with his team
Even the most jaded Yankees apologist is gripping a shovel, ready to toss the dirt on the 2013 Bronx Bombers.
Joe Girardi didn’t seem interested in shedding any light on the first-inning fracas that had Orioles manager Buck Showalter angry and emptied both dugouts.
Jeter has missed most of the season after breaking his left ankle in the opener of the AL championship series last year.
Yankees captain Derek Jeter is out of the lineup with soreness in his surgically repaired left ankle.
Derek Jeter went to a hospital for a precautionary CT scan on his left ankle. The Yankees said the preliminary results of the scan were negative.
The famous Yankee Stadium ghosts, responsible for so many Yankees wins over the Red Sox over the years, did not finish the job last night.
“It’s a tough loss, there’s no doubt about it,” Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. “But we have to bounce back. You can’t feel sorry for yourself.”
New York, coming off a three-game sweep of the White Sox, has clawed its way back into contention in the American League. And look who’s on tap: the rival Boston Red Sox.
Aside from jamming the eject button on Andy Pettitte the other day and letting Joba Chamberlain combust on the mound, G.I. Joe has done a David Copperfield job on his club this year.
“It’s been an up-and-down year for Phil,” manager Joe Girardi said after Tuesday’s 6-4 win. “Huff’s been throwing the ball well and we’re just going to make the change.”
Yankees manager Joe Girardi says he’ll talk to Mariano Rivera in the offseason about whether the Hall of Fame-bound closer definitely wants to call it a career.
Hughes’ start was pushed back to Monday, but he only pitched 1 1/3 innings before rain hit the Bronx. David Huff took the ball for the Yankees when play resumed and got the win, allowing just one run on five hits over 5 2/3 innings.