Yankees, Mariano Rivera gift David Ortiz oil painting for retirement

Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz hit many clutch home runs to burn the New York Yankees over the years, and it’s probably a big relief for them that he’s set to retire when the season ends. Ortiz played in his final game in New York on Thursday night, and went 0-for-1 at the plate with a strikeout and a walk. The Yankees came through with a pretty great gesture before the...
Via The Sports Daily
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Sweep! Yankees pick up 5-1 win over Red Sox but still get eliminated from postseason race

You know, it’s a shame the Blue Jays are still shook from Mark Teixeira bat-flipping the ever-loving crap out of that home run Monday night, otherwise this sweep of the Red Sox would have been so much sweeter. The Yankees won Thursday’s series finale 5-1, but because the Orioles beat the Blue Jays, New York has been officially eliminated from the postseason. Sucks. I can’t...
Via River Avenue Blues
52 minutes ago

Game 159 Recap: Meaningless baseball begins

NEW YORK — The Yankees’ playoff hopes died on Thursday night, and they couldn’t do a thing about it. With Baltimore’s 4-0 win in Toronto, there are now just four teams left in contention for a wild card spot–the Blue Jays, Orioles, Tigers and Mariners. No Yankees. So, Thursday marked one of four meaningless games they’ll play until their season concludes on Sunday...
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WATCH: Mark Teixeira on the state of the Yankees

Mark Teixeira joins The Michael Kay Show to talk about his walk-off grand slam Wednesday night, his impending retirement, and the state of the Yankees going into 2017.
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10 Yankees things for Thursday: Gary Sanchez has a weakness?

The latest on Gary Sanchez, Masahiro Tanaka, the Yankees' ties to Jose Fernandez and more.
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6 hours ago

Tanaka feeling good, hopes to start Saturday

Masahiro Tanaka completed a bullpen session on Thursday without incident and said that he "absolutely" would be ready to make one final start this regular season, tentatively lined up for Saturday against the Orioles.
Via Yankees.com
6 hours ago

CC Sabathia hoping to pitch beyond 2017 season

CC Sabathia has one year remaining on his current monster contract with the New York Yankees. The left-hander is nowhere close to as dominant as he was four or five years ago, but that does not mean he is considering retirement. Sabathia, who has been with the Yankees since 2009, knows for certain that he wants to continue pitching beyond the 2017 season. If he can do it in New...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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The Yankees are getting power from premium positions to make up for their outfield

Three years ago the Yankees made a decision to prioritize defense over offense in the outfield. They spent big to sign Jacoby Ellsbury, then a few months later they committed a market value extension to Brett Gardner. Yeah, they also brought in Carlos Beltran to play right field, but the other two outfield spots were occupied to players known more for their gloves and legs than their...
Via River Avenue Blues
7 hours ago

Alex Rodriguez makes it back to postseason with familiar team

With the Yankees teetering on the brink of elimination, at least one former Yankee is preparing for his return trip to the postseason. Alex Rodriguez, awkwardly released by the team in August amid one of the worst seasons of his career, will join the FOX Sports broadcasting team as a studio analyst throughout the playoffs....
Via New York Post
8 hours ago


I'm on a train to Yankee Stadium so I can't get fancy with graphics, but we're featured on ESPN.com:http://www.espn.com/blog/boston/red-sox/post/_/id/51129/big-papi-in-their-rear-view-will-yankees-fans-moon-david-ortiz-in-bronx-finaleIn other breaking news, I wore my baggiest pants and cleanest underwear today.  I have also turned down a request from a journalist to "come to my...

WATCH: CC Sabathia & Dellin Betances support schools in the Bronx

CC Sabathia and his PitCCh In Foundation give away backpacks at a Bronx lementary school, and Dellin Betances visits another school to give words of encouragement.
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WATCH: Joe Girardi on Mark Teixeira's walk-off grand slam

Joe Girardi praises Mark Teixeira's leadership and focus after a walk off grand slam gave the Yankees a victory over the Red Sox.
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Yankees' season-saving walk-off win ... step-by-step

The Yankees trailed 3-0 heading to the ninth on Wednesday night and won in dramatic fashion to stay alive in the Wild Card race.
Via NJ.com
15 hours ago

Mark Teixeira uses Yankees tradition to teach youngsters a lesson

You saw the two-out, walk-off grand slam by Mark Teixeira that lifted the Yankees to a stunning 5-3 win over the Red Sox on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium, saving the Yankees from playoff elimination in the grandest of ways. This is what you didn’t see. “After you hit a walk-off, we have a little...
Via New York Post
20 hours ago

Sanchez and Gregorius are seeing 20/20

Tuesday night was a good night for the Yankees. First and foremost, they staved off playoff elimination by beating the Red Sox 6-4 at the Stadium. Second, they guaranteed another season at .500 or above, their 24th in a row. Third, they hit three home runs—the most important a two-run, opposite field shot by Tyler Austin which turned into the game winner. And finally, the other...
Via BP Bronx
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WATCH: Mark Teixeira reflects on Yankees and his career

New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira sits down with SNY's Sweeny Murti to look back on his 14-year career.
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Benches clear in Yankees-Blue Jays game, Joe Girardi ejected

Tensions were high during Monday night’s Yankees-Blue Jays game after batters from each team were thrown at by opposing pitchers. It started when Josh Donaldson got plunked on the elbow by Luis Severino, which looked to be purposeful, although it’s hard to know for sure. The Jays clearly thought the intent was there, because they responded by having J.A. Happ hit Chase Headley...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

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