Yankees News

  • Error-prone Yanks done in by key Texas rally

    The Yankees committed five errors in Monday's series opener against the Rangers, and although none of its runs was unearned, Texas manufactured a 4-2 victory. A three-run Rangers rally with two outs in the sixth inning did in the Yankees.

  • Tex to miss 3-4 days with mild lat strain

    Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira is expected to miss at least three or four days because of a mild strain to his lower left lat. Teixeira revealed on Monday that he started feeling spams up and down his back during the Yankees' series in Oakland from June 13-15, and he has received various treatments since.

  • Back from DL, Martinez returns to Bronx roots

    Prior to Tuesday's start against the Yankees, the Rangers' Nick Martinez will be activated from the 15-day disabled list, feeling 100 percent after fighting discomfort in his left side, and he's excited to make his debut at Yankee Stadium, not far from where he went to college.

  • Call at first overturned after Wash's challenge

    A successful challenge by Rangers manager Ron Washington left the Yankees with five errors through seven innings on Monday.

  • Yanks manufacture walk-off sweep of Reds

    After the bullpen blew a one-run lead in the top of the eighth, the Yankees retaliated with their own late-inning magic and good fortune in a 3-2 walk-off win over the Reds on Sunday afternoon.

  • Return to field could come soon for Beltran

    Carlos Beltran could start a throwing program soon as he tries to work his way back to playing the outfield, a return Joe Girardi would welcome, as it would allow him to give some regulars partial rest with a turn at DH.

  • Veteran Kuroda the last starter standing

    When Hiroki Kuroda took the mound for the series finale against the Reds, he did so as the only starter remaining from the Opening Day rotation. Ironically, he's also the oldest, at 39.

  • CC relieved to avoid microfracture surgery

    CC Sabathia is disappointed to know for sure that his season is over, but the Yankees left-hander said on Saturday that he is relieved to be avoiding microfracture surgery, which could have put his career in jeopardy.

  • McCarthy dominant in earning first Yanks win

    Acquired in a trade earlier this month, Brandon McCarthy rang up nine strikeouts over six strong innings to earn his first victory for the Yankees. Carlos Beltran homered and Brett Gardner collected three RBIs as the Yanks defeated the Reds, 7-1, on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

  • Jocketty, Frazier present Jeter gift from Reds

    Since retiring Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter's farewell tour doesn't include a stop in Cincinnati, the Reds brought some gifts to pay their respects on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

  • Yanks sign 26 Draft picks, but not Mo's son

    The Yankees reached agreements with each of their top 15 choices from the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, including their top selection, left-hander Jacob Lindgren, and signed 26 of their 39 Draft choices overall. The team did not reach an agreement with right-hander Mariano Rivera Jr., a 29th-round Draft pick and the son of the former Yankees closer.

  • Girardi wary of overusing 'pen in second half

    With the well-known injuries to the starting rotation, Yankees manager Joe Girardi knows that any early deficiencies from his new cast of starters will mean more work for his relievers.

  • Free-agent trio carries Yanks to win over Reds

    Friday night was closer to what the Yankees had envisioned after spending big money in free agency this past offseason trying to improve their lineup. Jacoby Ellsbury hit a tiebreaking two-run home run, and Carlos Beltran and Brian McCann each collected an RBI to lead the Yankees to a 4-3 victory over the Reds in front of 47,372 fans at Yankee Stadium.

  • CC to have season-ending surgery on right knee

    CC Sabathia's season is over. The Yankees left-hander has been scheduled to have arthroscopic debridement surgery on his right knee, in the hopes of correcting an issue that limited the workhorse to just eight starts this year.

  • Yanks to honor Jeter's career on Sept. 7

    The Yankees have announced that they will hold a special pregame ceremony to honor the career of team captain Derek Jeter on Sunday, Sept. 7. All fans in attendance for the Yankees' game vs. Kansas City will receive a limited-edition commemorative coin that will recognize the occasion.

  • Tanaka optimistic of avoiding Tommy John

    Masahiro Tanaka was one of baseball's best stories over his 18 starts in the first half, and the Yankees right-hander is hopeful that he will be able to throw a few more pitches before the season is out.

  • Beltran back from seven-day concussion DL

    Carlos Beltran returned to the Yankees' lineup on Friday, going 2-for-4 with a shift-beating double and an RBI single out of the No. 6 spot as the designated hitter. Beltran was placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list on July 10 after a batted ball struck him in the face after ricocheting off a protective "L" screen in an indoor batting cage.

  • Retired hurler Cone inducted into Irish HOF

    On the 15th anniversary of his perfect game, David Cone was inducted into the Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame on Friday.