Yankees Trade Deadline: 7 Reasons New York Has To Deal For An Ace PitcherThere are only two names this trade season that fit the bill and either one could deliver a 28th championship to the Bronx - Max Scherzer and Madison Bumgarner.
Jim Bouton, Former Yankees Pitcher And Controversial Author Of 'Ball Four' Dies At 80Published in 1970, Bouton's "Ball Four" detailed Yankees great Mickey Mantle's carousing, and the use of stimulants in the major leagues.
AL Wins All-Star Game 4-3, Yankees And Mets Shine As Sabathia Gets Classy SendoffFor the New York All-Stars, both the Yankees and Mets' representatives shined during the midsummer classic.
Reports: Yankees Have Eyes On Indians' Bauer, Mets' Wheeler As Trade Deadline ApproachesWith their interest in upgrading their rotation no secret, the Yankees have been mentioned in reports regarding numerous arms that could be available prior to the July 31 trade deadline.
Big Bats Again Go Silent As Yankees Head Into All-Star Break Off Disappointing Split With RaysCharlie Morton came up big again for the Tampa Bay Rays.
Yankees Fail In The Clutch, Rays Win On Walk-Off HomerEntering the game with the league's best average with runners in scoring position, New York's powerful lineup went a meager 1-for-12 in those opportunities.
Masahiro Tanaka Named To All-Star Team, Replaces Possible Yankees Trade Target StromanHis signature moment of the first half came on June 17 against the Rays, when the big game pitcher delivered a two-hit shutout against New York's division rivals.
Judge Homers Twice, Yankees Beat Rays In Extras AgainJudge connected on the first pitch from Ryne Stanek (0-2) to give him nine career multi-homer games.
LeMahieu, Sanchez Pick Up Bullpen, Yankees Outlast Rays In 10 InningsDJ LeMahieu hit a tie-breaking two-run single and Gary Sanchez had a long three-run homer in the 10th inning
Gleyber Torres Finally Named To All-Star Team, Replaces Injured Rays Second BasemanYankees manager Aaron Boone and all Yankee fans were probably shouting "it's about time" on Thursday.
German's Return, Urshela's Glove Carry Yankees To Split With MetsGermán (10-2) allowed a run over six innings, giving up five hits and no walks. The 26-year-old right-hander struck out six and threw 80 pitches in a tidy return from a strained left hip flexor