Sweeny: Friday Notes From Yankees CampIs Phil Hughes’s second start of the spring important? It’s important enough for Joe Girardi to take a 2½-hour ride to see it.
Hartnett: Does Jorge Posada Deserve To Make Yankees’ Playoff Roster?Jorge Posada has been through a difficult year in what is likely his final season as a Yankee but has he made a strong enough case to be named on Joe Girardi's playoff roster?
Yankees End Reign, Finally Solve King Felix Out WestFor the past couple of seasons, the one pitcher who could consistently stifle the Yankees was Seattle ace Felix Hernandez. That run came to an abrupt end Monday night.
2011 New York Yankees HOPE Week Kicks Off"Daniel's Music Foundation meets the the New York Yankees," was the announcement made at the Brooks Atkinson Threatre on Monday.
Yankees Recall Dickerson, Option Golson To Triple-AThe New York Yankees recalled outfielder Chris Dickerson from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Sunday and optioned outfielder Greg Golson to Triple-A.
Back In The Bronx: Yankees Reacquire Sergio Mitre From BrewersSergio Mitre is headed back to the Yankees. The right-hander was traded from Milwaukee to New York for cash on Wednesday, two days after the Brewers designated him for assignment.
Yanks Get Homer Happy In Win Over RockiesEduardo Nunez hit a tiebreaking single in the seventh inning after shortstop Troy Tulowitzki made an error, Nick Swisher and Jorge Posada had consecutive homers and the New York Yankees beat the Colorado Rockies 6-4 Sunday.
Hartnett: Chris Dickerson Could Provide The Spark Yankees Are MissingWith Nick Swisher and Brett Gardner struggling, why shouldn't Joe Girardi turn to Chris Dickerson? The utility outfielder carries plenty of intangible qualities and could be just the spark the Yankees need.
Yankees OF Chris Dickerson Cleared To PlayYankees backup outfielder Chris Dickerson has been cleared to play, three days after he was hit in the head by a fastball that left him with a concussion.
CT Scan Shows 'Nothing Serious' For Yankees' Dickerson After DrillingYankees outfielder Chris Dickerson considers himself "extremely fortunate" to have only a headache and a concussion after being struck in the head by a baseball on Wednesday night.
Was Yankees' Dickerson Drilled On Purpose? Orioles Pitcher Says NoChris Dickerson's beaning may not have been intentional, but it sure was scary. Asked if he thought Dickerson was hit on purpose, Joe Girardi said, "I don't get into that. It's just a scary part of the game when a guy gets hit (in the head)."