Yankees Legend Mariano Rivera Awarded Presidential Medal Of FreedomThe 13-time All Star and baseball's all-time saves leader is widely regarded as the greatest closer in the sport's history. 
Betances, Montgomery Make Season Debuts In Yankees' LossDellin Betances made his season debut for the Yankees, strengthening an already top bullpen. Jordan Montgomery returned, too, though he likely is tuning up for next season.
Gardner Blasts 2 Homers, Yankees Rout Blue Jays 13-3The Yankees have 20 homers over their past seven games, and have hit multiple home runs in 14 of their past 19. They have an MLB-best 285 home runs this season.
Yankees Sloppy On Mound And In Field In Extra Inning Loss To Blue JaysAnthony Kay allowed five runs and seven hits in 41/3 innings. Kay was obtained from the New York Mets in the July trade for Marcus Stroman.
Yankees Sweep Doubleheader In Detroit, But Suffer Injuries To Sanchez, EncarnacionAll-Star catcher Gary Sánchez became the Yankees' latest injury concern when he left the second game of Thursday's doubleheader with left groin tightness
Yankees And Tigers Postponed, Doubleheader Set For ThursdayJ.A. Happ (12-8) is set to start the opener Thursday for the Yankees against Detroit's Matthew Boyd (8-10), who was supposed to pitch Wednesday.
Yankees Slug 6 Homers, Lose As Bullpen Mop-Up Men Implode Against Lowly TigersJordy Mercer capped a comeback from a six-run deficit with a game-ending single off Chance Adams in the ninth inning
Yankees End Red Sox's 3-Year Run Atop AL EastThe New York Yankees officially ended Boston's three-year reign as AL East champs, beating the Red Sox on Monday night behind another big effort by James Paxton.
Yankees Set Club Record For HRs In A Season, Clobber Red SoxThe Yankees won for the fourth time in five games and improved to 94-50, keeping pace with Houston for the top record in the majors.
Happ Extends Surprising Scoreless Streak, Yankees Cruise Past Red Sox 5-1J.A. Happ has not allowed a run in his last 15 1/3 innings.
Red Sox Bullpen Shuts Down Yankees, German Struggles In Rare LossNew York starter Domingo Germán (17-4) gave up five runs in 4 1/3 innings, allowing three hits with four walks and five strikeouts