New York Yankees
Of course, this could all turn into one big mirage. A better test comes up Monday night, when the Bombers start a four-game set against the 10-2 Tigers.
Alex Rodriguez inched closer to Willie Mays with two more home runs, and the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-4 on Friday night.
Gardner was hit by a pitch Monday and left the game midway through New York’s win over Baltimore.
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Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner had an MRI on Thursday that confirmed he has a bone bruise in his right wrist.
The skipper isn’t happy about New York’s 3-6 record or place at the bottom of the AL East. But he’s not about to hit the panic button — especially not after nine games.
Veteran Stephen Drew is the Yankees’ starter at second base, but that doesn’t mean he, or prospects Robert Refsnyder and Jose Pirela will be the answer at the position in the future.
It’s safe to say Derek Jeter is happy with his decision to retire from baseball.
A-Rod homered, but the bullpen blew it against the O’s Wednesday and last-place New York lost its third straight series to start the season, all within the AL East.
A little more than a third of the way through his contract, Carlos Beltran has yet to make an impact with the Yankees — and this season he’s healthy.
Whenever I’m slightly objective about the Yankees, I’m branded nouns unsuitable for family programming — particularly on Twitter, the toxic waste of human dialogue. Well, then I’m writing this in my HAZMAT suit.
Miguel Gonzalez struck out a career-high 10 over seven innings, and the Baltimore Orioles beat CC Sabathia and the New York Yankees 4-3 Tuesday night at soggy Camden Yards.
Nova threw 20 pitches Tuesday at the Yankees’ minor league complex and appears on track to rejoin the team in June.
“Bald Vinny” Milano says he has no problem with Mets fans doing roll call during Monday’s home opener at Citi Field — even if it is a Yankees thing.
There was an emphatic anti-A-Rod crowd for the series opener in Baltimore, led by 56-year-old Tolbert Rowe, who stood and turned his back for each and every one of Rodriguez’s at-bats.