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• Yankees reliever David Robertson (strained left oblique) is scheduled to play catch on Monday. The Yankees do not expect him to return from the disabled list during this road trip.

• Curtis Granderson has played in all 399 1/3 innings of Yankees baseball this season entering Saturday's action, all in center field. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, he is one of seven players in the Major Leagues to have played in all of his club's innings. The others are the Mariners' Ichiro Suzuki, the Orioles' Adam Jones, the Braves' Dan Uggla, the Phillies' Shane Victorino, the Cubs' Starlin Castro and the Reds' Joey Votto.

• Fans who would like to spend a game in Yankees general manager Brian Cashman's Yankee Stadium suite can bid on the chance at www.charitybuzz.com. The proceeds will benefit Covenant House, a charity Cashman supports.

• On this date in 1959, the Yankees acquired Ralph Terry and Hector Lopez from the Kansas City Athletics for Johnny Kucks, Tom Sturdivant and Jerry Lumpe.

• Yankees reliever David Robertson (strained left oblique) is scheduled to play catch on Monday. The Yankees do not expect him to return from the disabled list during this road trip.

• Curtis Granderson has played in all 399 1/3 innings of Yankees baseball this season entering Saturday's action, all in center field. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, he is one of seven players in the Major Leagues to have played in all of his club's innings. The others are the Mariners' Ichiro Suzuki, the Orioles' Adam Jones, the Braves' Dan Uggla, the Phillies' Shane Victorino, the Cubs' Starlin Castro and the Reds' Joey Votto.

• Fans who would like to spend a game in Yankees general manager Brian Cashman's Yankee Stadium suite can bid on the chance at www.charitybuzz.com. The proceeds will benefit Covenant House, a charity Cashman supports.

• On this date in 1959, the Yankees acquired Ralph Terry and Hector Lopez from the Kansas City Athletics for Johnny Kucks, Tom Sturdivant and Jerry Lumpe.

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