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5/26/2016 | Mixing pitches, Sabathia in sustained groove

In the literal sense, this was a loss for CC Sabathia and the Yankees, though the big left-hander could be excused if he had difficulty feigning disappointment with seven innings of two-hit ball and no earned runs against the Blue Jays' stacked lineup.


5/26/2016 | A-Rod happy to be back despite hitless return

The first results from Alex Rodriguez's return to the designated-hitter slot did not wow anyone, but as the Yankees slugger continues to work on his timing, he is happy to be getting those reps at the big league level.


5/26/2016 | Teixeira has cortisone shot, targeting Sunday

The Yankees expect Mark Teixeira to miss at least three games after the first baseman received another cortisone shot intended to calm the neck spasms that have been affecting his play this month.


5/26/2016 | Shreve placed on DL among series of moves

The Yankees made a series of roster moves prior to Thursday's game, highlighted by Alex Rodriguez being activated and Chasen Shreve being placed on the disabled list.


5/26/2016 | Tanaka-Archer bill opens latest in AL East rivalry

Chris Archer looks to break out of his season-long slump when the Rays host Masahiro Tanaka and the Yankees at 7:10 p.m. ET on Friday.


5/26/2016 | No quick fix in diagnosing Shreve's struggles

Yankees left-handed reliever Chasen Shreve, who entered in relief of starter Ivan Nova in the seventh inning of Wednesday's 8-4 loss to the Blue Jays, allowed his sixth and seventh home runs in a 19-inning span this season. The dingers expanded Toronto's lead to 7-1, essentially putting the game out of reach despite the Yanks' three solo home runs over the next three innings.


5/25/2016 | Yanks poised to welcome A-Rod back to lineup

When the Yankees and Blue Jays take the field at Yankee Stadium on Thursday at 4:05 p.m. ET, New York's lineup will almost certainly be one step closer to full health. Yankees manager Joe Girardi indicated on Wednesday that veteran slugger Alex Rodriguez will be activated from the 15-day disabled list and rejoin the big league club on Thursday.


5/25/2016 | Season starting to come together for Yankees

On May 4, CC Sabathia pitched six innings of scoreless, six-hit ball in a 7-0 win over the Orioles at Baltimore. Five days later, Aroldis Chapman returned from a 30-game domestic abuse suspension.


5/25/2016 | Martin spearheads Blue Jays' Bronx eruption

Russell Martin slugged his first two homers of the season, supporting Marco Estrada's solid effort as the Blue Jays ended the Yankees' six-game win streak with an 8-4 victory on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium.


5/25/2016 | A-Rod homers in likely final game at Trenton

Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez went 1-for-2 with a mammoth two-run home run against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats at ARM & HAMMER Park on Wednesday night in the second game of his rehab stint with Double-A Trenton. Rodriguez is expected to be activated from the disabled list for the Yankees' 4:05 p.m. ET series finale against the Blue Jays on Thursday.


5/25/2016 | Though unheralded, Yates a sturdy bridge for Yanks

Since closer Aroldis Chapman made his season debut on May 9, the Yankees' late-game trio of Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller and Chapman has provided an enormous boost. But the starting staff has struggled to reach the late innings. New York's starters entered Wednesday with only 252 1/3 innings (an average of 5.73 innings per start), ranking 11th in the American League. That's why Kirby Yates has been extra valuable.


5/25/2016 | Tex receives shot in neck; MRI not troubling

Mark Teixeira received a cortisone shot on Wednesday to calm the neck spasms that have been affecting his play this month, and though he could sit out a few more days, the Yankees say that they do not expect the first baseman to require a stint on the disabled list.


5/25/2016 | Fractured thumb sidelines Yanks prospect Sanchez

Gary Sanchez, rated as the Yankees' No. 3 prospect, according to MLB Pipeline, has a non-displaced fracture of his right thumb and will be placed on the Minor League disabled list.


5/25/2016 | Rotation, Beltran spark Yankees' turnaround

With Tuesday night's 6-0 win over the Blue Jays, the Yankees are 22-22, .500 for the first time since April 14, when a loss to these very same Blue Jays knocked them to 4-4. Since that loss, the Yankees fell far, dropping as far as eight games below .500 on May 5. But the Yankees have turned everything around, winning 13 of their past 18 -- including six straight -- with a run differential of plus-15 over that span.


5/24/2016 | Eovaldi, Yankees 2-hit Blue Jays, return to .500

Carlos Beltran and Nathan Eovaldi continued their recent hot streaks, while the Yankees' bullpen was stingy as usual as the Yanks beat the Blue Jays, 6-0, and pulled back to .500 for the first time since April 14.


5/24/2016 | Yankees ask Nova to keep Jays in check at home

Toronto won eight times on the road against the Yankees last season, and 13 times overall, which were both single-season highs. It also marked the first time the Blue Jays won a season series in New York since 2003. That was last year, though, and after winning the series opener on Tuesday night, the Yankees will look to reverse the recent trend when right-hander Ivan Nova gets the start Wednesday night.


5/24/2016 | Severino to rehab at Tampa; 6-man rotation coming?

Yankees manager Joe Girardi announced last Sunday that Luis Severino, who is on the disabled list with a right triceps strain, will be making a rehab start in the Minors this coming Sunday, but he wasn't quite sure where.


5/24/2016 | Yanks claim righty Somsen, send him to Triple-A

The Yankees claimed right-hander Layne Somsen off waivers from the Reds on Tuesday and optioned him to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.


5/24/2016 | Legends ready for 70th Yankees Old-Timers' Day

Attendees have been announced for the 70th annual Old-Timers Day on June 12 at Yankee Stadium. Headliners for the event, the eighth since the new Stadium opened in 2009, include Hall of Famers Whitey Ford, Rich "Goose" Gossage, Rickey Henderson, Reggie Jackson and Joe Torre.


5/24/2016 | A-Rod has 2 hits at Double-A, reports no setbacks

Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez saw his first game action on Tuesday night since being placed on the disabled list on May 3 with a strained right hamstring. The 14-time All-Star began a rehab assignment with Double-A Trenton at ARM & HAMMER Park and went 2-for-4 with an RBI as the team's designated hitter against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.


5/24/2016 | Timely knock by DiMaggio gives Yanks win

Saturday afternoon's 7 to 6 victory over the visiting Boston Red Sox accomplished quite a few goals for the local nine. The Yankees won their fourth game in the last five days and have not lost over that span of games.


5/23/2016 | Pipeline preview: Eflin seeks third straight strong start for IronPigs

Phillies No. 13 Zach Eflin gets a chance at redemption against Pawtucket today as he starts for Triple-A Iron Valley against the Paw Sox at 7:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.


5/23/2016 | Steady rotation key to Yankees' winning streak

No one has confused this Yankees rotation with some of the more dominant in franchise history, but their stellar performance during a seven-game road trip has produced the team's longest winning streak of the season, allowing the club to return home just a game under .500 at 21-22.


5/23/2016 | Legends set to welcome stars of the future at 2016 MLB Draft

Major League Baseball announced the annual list of club reps for the 2016 MLB Draft on Monday, and as usual it is a star-studded gathering from the past that will man the phones and help welcome the future on the first night of selections.


5/23/2016 | DiMaggio supplies lead; NY can't prevent tie

The Yankees didn't lose Friday. They didn't win, either, but at this point early in a season that's been slow to get moving, they'll take the 9 to 9 tie against the Boston Red Sox as proof positive that at least their bats are heating up in time for the summer.




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