Yankees Rally, Beat Red Sox 6-5 In 12 For 9th Straight WinGary Sanchez hit a tying home run with two outs in the ninth inning, DJ LeMahieu had a double in the 12th and the Yankees rallied past the Red Sox.
Yankees Bash 5 Homers In 4th Inning, Complete Sweep Of JaysBrett Gardner, DJ LeMehieu and Luke Voit homered on consecutive pitches for the New York Yankees -- and that was just the start of the night’s power surge.
Higashioka Blasts 3 Homers, Cole In Postseason Form As Yankees Slam Blue Jays AgainKyle Higashioka was as surprised as anyone.
Voit, Yankees Destroy Blue Jays, Move Back Into 2nd In AL EastLuke Voit and Aaron Hicks homered to key a seven-run second-inning burst and the Yankees went on to a 20-6 rout of the Blue Jays to move back into second place in the AL East.
Torres Delivers Late, 'Pen Flawless As Yankees Win 5th StraightThe Yankees have won five straight and moved 5 1/2 games ahead of the Orioles for the eighth and final AL postseason spot.
Voit Lifts Yanks Over Os With Leadoff, Walk-Off Sac FlyNew York started the shortened season 15-6, plummeted with a 5-16 funk and now is on its longest winning streak since taking six in a row from Aug. 11-17.
Mark Newman, Former Yankees Front Office Executive, Dead At 71Mark Newman, a key front office executive for the New York Yankees during their run of five World Series titles from 1996 through 2009, was found dead Saturday at his home in Tampa, Florida.
Voit's 6 RBIs, Cole's Gem Help Yankees Sweep DH Vs OriolesThe Yankees moved 3 1/2 games ahead of the Orioles for the AL's final postseason spot as the teams began a four-game series.
As Paxton Experiences Setback, Yankees, O's Rained OutThe Yankees have lost 15 of their last 21 games and entered Thursday third in AL East at 22-21, just 1 1/2 games ahead of the Orioles (20-22).
García 1st MLB Win, Yankees End 5-Game Skid, Top Blue JaysThe Yankees had lost 15 of 20 and fallen to the edge of the expanded playoff field.
Yanks Fall To Blue Jays, Have Lost 5 In Row And 15 Of 20At 21-21, the Yankees are at .500 or worse in September for the first time since 1995.