The top minor league affiliate of the Yankees is looking to northeastern Pennsylvania’s history for its new identity.
The Yankees announced on Monday that Mark Teixeira will miss 10-14 days after receiving MRI results.
Eduardo Nunez was among the Yankees’ call-ups and was placed into the starting lineup on Saturday.
The Yankees claimed infielder Matt Antonelli off of waivers from the Baltimore Orioles, the club announced on Thursday. The 27-year-old will begin his Bombers career at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre this weekend.
The speedster was not with the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees — the Bombers’ Triple-A affiliate — for their day game on Thursday, so it’s likely that he’ll be in the Bronx this evening.
The Yankees’ offense erupted on Sunday as they tagged the Royals for 10 runs and won 10-4.
Andy Pettitte had a rough outing in his first Triple-A start of his comeback as he allowed five runs in five innings on Sunday.
The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees will have a temporary name this season — the Empire State Yankees.
All eyes will be on Michael Pineda as he makes his Spring Training debut for the Yankees on Monday afternoon in Clearwater.
The Yankees’ budget may force them to use in-house designated hitter options opposed to signing an expensive free agent DH.
A-Rod, under MLB’s microscope for his alleged involvement in underground poker games, was spotted gambling last week at a high-stakes casino gaming room in the Poconos, reports the New York Post.
Alex Rodriguez singled and played six innings in the field Tuesday night, as the Yankees third baseman continues his minor-league rehabilitation following right knee surgery in July.
New York Yankees right-hander Mark Prior says he is scheduled to pitch in a rookie-level Gulf Coast League game on Friday, two days after being hit on the left forearm by a ball during batting practice.
Veteran right-hander Kevin Millwood has opted out of his contract with the New York Yankees, which he could do if he wasn’t called up from the minors by May 1.
With Russell Martin projected to be New York’s primary catcher, top prospect Jesus Montero is ready to show the Yankees what he’s made of.