Voit goes very, very deep; Yanks win 6th in row
Happ finds form, K's 10 in 6 strong innings
KANSAS CITY -- Luke Voit's credit card statement took the hit on Saturday afternoon, as the Missouri native had 60 friends and family members mingling on the outfield patio at Kauffman Stadium. Like any good host, he provided those guests with some entertainment.
Voit mashed the longest home run of
After strong rehab outing, Paxton nears return
Gregorious starting rehab assignment in Tampa; Tulo not far behind
KANSAS CITY -- James Paxton has reported no significant issues with his left knee and could slot into the Yankees' rotation during their upcoming homestand, manager Aaron Boone said prior to Saturday's scheduled doubleheader against the Royals at Kauffman Stadium.
Paxton pitched four innings in an extended spring game on
'Really exciting' to have Didi close to returning
Paxton still battling soreness; Tulo nearing rehab assignment
KANSAS CITY -- Didi Gregorius has been adamant that he can beat all estimates for his return to the Yankees, and as he prepares to start the clock on his Minor League rehabilitation assignment, manager Aaron Boone believes he could have the shortstop back in fewer than 20 days.
How the Yankees plan to fill CC's spot
With Sabathia on injured list, 'openers' could be short-term stopgap
BALTIMORE -- The Yankees believe that they have the necessary arms on their current roster to weather CC Sabathia's absence, as the veteran left-hander was placed on the 10-day injured list on Thursday with right knee inflammation.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone said that he envisions using an opener while Sabathia
Ninth-inning walk seals sweep for Yankees
Torres, Sanchez spark rally off the bench; Tanaka goes six one-run innings
BALTIMORE -- Given their scorching success, there were more than a few eyebrows raised when the Yankees posted a lineup card on Thursday that lacked both Gleyber Torres and Gary Sánchez, who have already combined to mash 19 dingers off Baltimore's homer-prone pitching staff.
The decision to rest the stars
Gleyber's HRs help Yanks set MLB history
NY has gone deep at least three times in six straight games in Baltimore
BALTIMORE -- The remarkable power surge that Gleyber Torres is enjoying against the Orioles has thrilled teammates, baffled hurlers and exasperated opposing broadcasters. Much to the Yankees' delight, it shows no signs of slowing anytime soon.
The Yankees belted another five homers in Wednesday's 7-5 victory over the Orioles, and
Gleyber does something not seen in 60 years
Yankees 2B has 4 multi-HR games, 10 dingers vs. Orioles
The Yankees have brought the lumber against the Orioles this season, and Gleyber Torres is leading the charge.
Torres went 2-for-5 with a pair of solo home runs at Camden Yards on Wednesday night, as part of a 13-hit, five-homer barrage in a 7-5 Yankees victory. It was just the
Frazier fuels Yanks' 10th straight W at Camden
Sanchez hits 14th HR; German fastest Yankee to 9 wins since 1958
BALTIMORE -- Clint Frazier's first at-bat on Tuesday produced a barreled line drive that landed in the glove of left fielder Dwight Smith Jr., and as he returned to the third-base dugout, the Yankees outfielder permitted himself a chuckle. If his luck didn't improve soon, he promised hitting coach Marcus
Didi plays 5 innings in extended spring action
Shortstop takes the field for first time since 2018 ALDS
BALTIMORE -- Didi Gregorius has hit his significant checkpoints more quickly than expected as he recovers from Tommy John surgery on his right elbow, a trend that continued on Monday, when the shortstop played five innings in an extended spring game at the Yankees' complex in Tampa, Fla.
Despite Yanks' injuries, Boone among the best
Former skipper Torre praises manager's instincts, transition from broadcast booth
Aaron Boone came down out of the broadcast booth last season and into a different kind of seat, as hot a seat as there is in professional sports, managing the New York Yankees. Boone, who once hit one of the most famous home runs in Yankees history -- against the