Yankees News

  • Seven-run sixth helps Yanks hold off Rangers

    The Yankees erupted for their biggest inning of the season on Tuesday night, sending 11 men to the plate in a seven-run sixth inning. It could have been a laugher, but instead they had to hang on for a 12-11 victory over the Rangers at Globe Life Park.

  • Replay gives Jeter hit to help key Yanks' rally

    Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter moved closer to Honus Wagner on the all-time hit list with the help of replay on Tuesday night. Jeter's infield single also was big in the Yankees' seven-run rally against Rangers starter Nick Martinez and reliever Shawn Tolleson.

  • Girardi: Rest hopefully recharges Roberts

    Brian Roberts has played in 91 games this season, marking his highest total since 2009, and Yankees manager Joe Girardi said that the veteran second baseman may be wearing down as a result.

  • Pineda set to make rehab start this weekend

    The last time Michael Pineda was healthy enough to face a lineup, he was wearing a smudge of pine tar on his neck, an offense that got the right-hander ejected from an April 23 start at Fenway Park.

  • Yanks hoping hot hitting continues in Texas finale

    The Yankees will ask Hiroki Kuroda to get them a series victory for the second time in a week when he matches up with Colby Lewis and the Rangers on Wednesday night in Texas.

  • Jeter passes Yaz for 7th on career hits list

    Derek Jeter collected his 3,420th career hit on Monday night at Globe Life Park, passing Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski to move into seventh place on baseball's all-time list.

  • Gardner has Yu's number, but Yanks fall in Texas

    Brett Gardner continued to show off his head-scratching dominance of Yu Darvish, but the Rangers batted around against David Phelps in a four-run fifth inning and defeated the Yankees, 4-2, on Monday night at Globe Life Park.

  • Jeter reflects on battles with Rangers over years

    Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter knows, with no hesitation, what he's going to miss the most after he retires from baseball at the conclusion of the season.

  • Girardi gives Cashman space to work on deals

    Joe Girardi has more of an inside track to the Yankees' trade-rumor scene than the average observer, but the manager said that he prefers to give general manager Brian Cashman his space to work, rather than get excited about moves that might not happen.

  • Torre: Baseball 'part of the American soul'

    Joe Torre batted sixth on Sunday, delivering his Hall of Fame speech eloquently, if not briefly, to end this year's induction of the grand Class of 2014. Torre spoke about his family and his love of the game, and he detailed each of the six times the Yankees went to the World Series during his 12-year tenure as manager, winning four of them.

  • Teixeira hoping he's had final day of rest

    Mark Teixeira took on-field batting practice Monday for the first time since he sustained what the Yankees called a lower lat strain, and the first baseman hopes to return to the lineup on Tuesday against the Rangers at Globe Life Park.

  • Almonte rejoins Yanks as Francis designated

    The Yankees recalled outfielder Zoilo Almonte from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Monday, immediately inserting the 25-year-old to play left field and bat ninth against the Rangers.

  • Yanks eye more upgrades as Deadline looms

    A ticket into postseason play remains up for grabs, which fits perfectly into the Yankees' business model of never giving up on a season. That has kept general manager Brian Cashman busy attempting to patch the ship, simultaneously chasing incremental upgrades and bigger fish to rebuild the roster for October.

  • Severino jumps to No. 1 on Yankees' updated Top 20

    With the passing of the Draft signing deadline, teams have had a recent influx of talent into their farm systems, and with that, MLBPipeline.com has updated the Top 20 Prospects lists of all 30 teams.

  • Yanks lose battle of bullpens in finale vs. Jays

    Shane Greene went 5 1/3 solid innings, but the Yankees couldn't keep the Blue Jays off the board late in a 5-4 loss on Sunday at Yankee Stadium.

  • Teixeira takes step toward return to action

    Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira took swings in an indoor batting cage and fielded ground balls at first base on Sunday, both for the first time since an MRI revealed a mild strain in his lower left lat.

  • Bloom: Torre at peace with Bronx run

    Joe Torre said on Saturday that his relationship with the Yankees right now is right where it's supposed to be.