Yankees' Tanaka Throw 26 Pitches In First Bullpen Session Since Being Placed On DLTanaka, sidelined since getting hurt June 8 while running the bases in a game, threw before Sunday's game at Tampa Bay.
Yankees Place Tanaka On DL With Hamstring StrainsThe pitcher strained both hamstrings running the bases during the Subway Series opener against the Mets.
Tanaka Shuts Down Trout, Ohtani As Yankees Bounce Back, Take Series From AngelsWhen they finally met up once more, Masahiro Tanaka was too much for Shohei Ohtani.
Tanaka Went With His Heart In Staying With YankeesMasahiro Tanaka went with his heart when deciding not to opt out of the final three seasons of his $155 million, seven-year contract signed in January 2014 with the New York Yankees.
Masahiro Tanaka Decides Not To Opt Out Of Yankees ContractMasahiro Tanaka isn't going anywhere.
Palladino: Tanaka Would Be Crazy To Opt Out Of Yankees ContractThe grass in the neighbor’s yard may indeed be greener, but sometimes it’s just best to stay home.
Palladino: Sabathia, Tanaka Proving To Worthy Investments For The FutureHad this magical train ride stopped at the wild-card game, how Brian Cashman viewed CC Sabathia and Masahiro Tanaka during the regular season probably wouldn’t have changed a bit.
Tanaka Effective Over 7 Innings In Return From DL As Yankees Maul TigersGary Sanchez hit two home runs — including a first-inning drive estimated at nearly 500 feet — and Masahiro Tanaka pitched seven tidy innings in his return from the disabled list to lead the New York Yankees to a 13-4 victory.
Yankees Place Righty Masahiro Tanaka On Disabled List With Shoulder InflammationTanaka issued a career-high five walks in four-plus innings at Toronto on Wednesday. After the game, Tanaka told the team he was ailing.
Tanaka Throws Perfect Into 6th As Yankees Beat Rays For 5th Win In A RowMasahiro Tanaka took a perfect game into the sixth inning and struck out a career-high 14, pitching the New York Yankees past the Tampa Bay Rays Friday night for their fifth straight win.
Palladino: Cespedes Could Take A Lesson From Fallen Ace TanakaThe two biggest disappointments in New York baseball this season have been Masahiro Tanaka and Yoenis Cespedes. The difference is Tanaka at least knows enough to keep his dreams to himself and take responsibility for his actions.
Keidel: With Tanaka In The Tank, Yankees Should Trade For A StarterWhen you approach July 4, you are, as Bill Parcells famously said, what your record says you. This isn't April, when a pair of three-hit games boosts your batting average 50 points, or when two quality starts lowers your ERA a full run or more.