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Giancarlo Stanton Appears to Have Found His Comfort Zone

Giancarlo Stanton Appears to Have Found His Comfort Zone

On Wednesday, Giancarlo Stanton hit a Julio Teheran fastball, during the third inning, at 111 mph exit velocity out of the park, for his 21st home run. The response by the Yankees faithful to Stanton’s home run appears to show the... 
Gleyber Torres Sets American League Record with Homer in Four Straight Games

Gleyber Torres Sets American League Record with Homer in Four Straight Games

New York Yankees rookie Gleyber Torres is crushing the baseball and by doing so is adding his name to record lists for both the franchise and league. Torres, who is just 21, set another mark on Friday when he hit a home run in the... 
Gary Sanchez is Dangerous with Game on the Line

Gary Sanchez is Dangerous with Game on the Line

The New York Yankees continue to win as they have now won 10 of their last 11 games and Gary Sanchez played a big role in their most recent victory on Tuesday night. It seems things do not bother the Yankees catcher. Less than 24 hours... 
Aaron Boone: Changes to Batting Order Are Possible for Stanton

Aaron Boone: Changes to Batting Order Are Possible for Stanton

As the struggles of Giancarlo Stanton continue at Yankee Stadium, his manager Aaron Boone told reporters on Tuesday that he is considering moving his slugger to a lower spot in the team’s batting order as a way to get Stanton “locked-in.” Boone... 
Injuries Mounting for Yankees After Just Four Games

Injuries Mounting for Yankees After Just Four Games

The New York Yankees played their first four games of their 162-game schedule over the weekend and are already dealing with troubling issues over injuries that  were compounded more due to early exits by two players. Young, talented... 
Rumor: New York Yankees Show Interest in Yu Darvish

Rumor: New York Yankees Show Interest in Yu Darvish

In the quest by the New York Yankees to find another starting pitcher to complete its already strong rotation, the American League club is said to be focusing on the market’s biggest name: Yu Darvish. The Yankees like the right-hander... 
Red Sox Continue Search for Big Bat as Stanton Makes Yankees Stronger

Red Sox Continue Search for Big Bat as Stanton Makes Yankees Stronger

As former Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton put on Yankees pinstripes on Monday, officials with the American League East defending champion Boston Red Sox were continuing to search for how to fill a hole that would have been... 
New York Yankees Decide on Aaron Boone as Manager

New York Yankees Decide on Aaron Boone as Manager

There are not that many things that most fans of major league baseball know about Aaron Boone, who on Friday was hired to be the New York Yankees manager. Of course, the former infielder is known best for his 11th inning home run in... 
Aaron Boone Amongst Candidates for Yankees Manager Vacancy

Aaron Boone Amongst Candidates for Yankees Manager Vacancy

Aaron Boone hit one of the New York Yankees’ most famous home runs and has been an analyst on Sunday Night Baseball on ESPN the last two season. He is now amongst the list of candidates to become the next manager of the Yankees,... 
Aaron Judge in Running for Both MVP and ROY

Aaron Judge in Running for Both MVP and ROY

Aaron Judge the slugger for the New York Yankees is a finalist for the American League MVO as well as Rookie of the Year, giving the 6-foot-7 outfielder an opportunity to become only the third player to win both awards during the same... 
Masahiro Tanaka Decides to Remain in New York

Masahiro Tanaka Decides to Remain in New York

Pitcher Masahiro Tanaka has decided not to test his slightly torn ligament in his right elbow on the open market and opted to remain with the New York Yankees. He announced on Friday that he would not use his opt-out clause of his... 
Yankees Starting Pitching Has Driven Postseason Success

Yankees Starting Pitching Has Driven Postseason Success

The Houston Astros have not been hitting the ball the past three games of the American League Championship Series like they did in Games 1 and 2. Of course, one can say that is due to Astros hitters being in a slump, but baseball pundits... 
Yankees Knock Indians Out of Playoffs in Game 5 Thriller

Yankees Knock Indians Out of Playoffs in Game 5 Thriller

The New York Yankees were expected to be watching baseball at home during October on their couches. The team was picked to be a World Series contender, but not until 2019, while they were expected to show great improvement in 2018. It... 
Yankees Manager Joe Girardi Names Gary Sanchez His Catcher

Yankees Manager Joe Girardi Names Gary Sanchez His Catcher

On Friday, New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi spiritedly defended catcher Gary Sanchez’s defense. He said Sanchez was his catcher and he was happy with progress Sanchez has made. Girardi has not wavered on starting Sanchez at catcher... 
Yankees Need to Solve Problem With Dellin Betances

Yankees Need to Solve Problem With Dellin Betances

On Monday, the New York Yankees defeated the Minnesota Twins 2-1 in a potential preview of an American League wildcard matchup. By winning, the Yankees extended their lead in the wildcard race over the Twins to five games. Jaime Garcia... 
Chad Green Taking Over Important Role for Yankees

Chad Green Taking Over Important Role for Yankees

The New York Yankees reliever Chad Green earns the $535,000 Major League Baseball minimum, which is close to $17 million less than the Yankees former closer southpaw Aroldis Chapman. However, Green is dominating the way at one time... 
Gary Sanchez Turnaround Started at the Bottom

Gary Sanchez Turnaround Started at the Bottom

New York Yankees fans are wondering if it was the embarrassment from the benching or the rest he was given, but are happy that Gary Sanchez is back. Regardless of what caused it, Sanchez is making a surge at just the right time for... 
Red Sox and Yankees Meet for Important Series

Red Sox and Yankees Meet for Important Series

The Boston Red Sox and American East rivals the New York Yankees are waging a battle late into the summer with one big difference from the past; the new generation of players do not have the same volatile attitude toward one another... 
Michael Pineda Torn UCL May Require Tommy John Surgery

Michael Pineda Torn UCL May Require Tommy John Surgery

The New York Yankees are likely to be without one of their starting pitchers the rest of this season after Michael Pineda was diagnosed by doctors Friday. The Yankees pitcher has a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament of the right... 
Yankees Grooming Gleyber Torres to Play Third

Yankees Grooming Gleyber Torres to Play Third

Despite the current youth movement by the New York Yankees, the Bronx Bombers enter the month of June sitting in the lead in the American League East. Many baseball pundits expected the team would decline this season through the incorporation... 
Yankees Will Not Make More Changes, Scherzer has Finger Fracture

Yankees Will Not Make More Changes, Scherzer has Finger Fracture

The New York Yankees have not been quiet this offseason, as the team signed two high-profile free agents. The Yankees signed Matt Holliday who will be the designated hitter and Aroldis Chapman their new shutdown closer. New York finished... 
MLB Rumors: Aroldis Chapman May Return to Yankees

MLB Rumors: Aroldis Chapman May Return to Yankees

It seems the New York Yankees have started to recruit one of their former top players as the offseason begins. After reports came out earlier that the Yankees were after Carlos Beltran, new reports have surfaced that say, the Pinstripes... 
Brian McCann Could Be Traded by New York Yankees

Brian McCann Could Be Traded by New York Yankees

The New York Yankees are rumored to have finally found a partner to trade Brian McCann the veteran catcher, according to a daily in New York City. Though this report does not give the name of the other team that is involved, it does... 
Yankees Top Prospect Tearing Up Arizona Fall League

Yankees Top Prospect Tearing Up Arizona Fall League

For the New York Yankees, Gleyber Torres a prospect at shortstop, acquired in the July 25 trade, which sent closer Aroldis Chapman to Chicago, was the centerpiece of the trade. While the eyes of the baseball world are glued to the... 
World Series Reunites Former Yankees Miller and Chapman

World Series Reunites Former Yankees Miller and Chapman

When Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman were traded during the MLB trade deadline and handed in their Yankees pinstripes, they knew a reunion like the one taking place now could happen. The Chicago Cubs open the World Series at Cleveland... 
New York and New York: Baseball’s Two Hottest Teams

New York and New York: Baseball’s Two Hottest Teams

All of a sudden, the two Major League baseball teams in New York are making the playoff race very interesting. The two the Mets and Yankees are living the good life at the moment. Both had been built to be winners during this season,... 
Sources: Aroldis Chapman Traded to Chicago Cubs

Sources: Aroldis Chapman Traded to Chicago Cubs

Aroldis Chapman did not stay long in the Big Apple or the American League. The New York Yankees closer is reportedly on his way back to the National League. Sources said he was traded to the Chicago Cubs, which puts him back in the... 
New York Yankees: May Be Sellers and Not Buyers

New York Yankees: May Be Sellers and Not Buyers

The New York Yankees are not used to selling players at this time of year. The Bronx Bombers usually are buying players to beef of their roster for a stretch run at the postseason. However, this season, the Yankees sit in fourth place... 
Is Anything Left in Alex Rodriguez’s Tank?

Is Anything Left in Alex Rodriguez’s Tank?

Alex Rodriguez has returned from a season long suspension for breaking the rules of PED use and a long stint this season of 21 games injured. His successful return last year following his season ban won the hearts of Yankees fans that... 
Yankees Mediocre Overall, Could Be Worse If Not For Pitchers

Yankees Mediocre Overall, Could Be Worse If Not For Pitchers

The New York Yankees are just a win away from mediocrity. If that does not sound good, one needs to look at where they were only a few weeks ago. On May 3, the Yankees dipped to their lowest of the season at 8-16 after losing six straight. To... 
New York Yankees Return to Respectability Will Come from the Mound

New York Yankees Return to Respectability Will Come from the Mound

If anyone is wondering from where the New York Yankees will return to respectability, it covers an area that is 60 feet and 6 inches from home plate. If the Yankees hope to become relevant during the 2016 MLB regular season they are... 
Yankees Send Most Top Prospects Down, Clarify Spring Training Questions

Yankees Send Most Top Prospects Down, Clarify Spring Training Questions

In a big but not necessarily unexpected decision, the New York Yankees have sent most of its top prospects down to minor league camp after the first cuts.  New York decided to remove top prospects: Aaron Judge, James Kaprielian and... 
New York Yankees, St Louis Cardinals Face Similar Adversity, So Why the Double Standard?

New York Yankees, St Louis Cardinals Face Similar Adversity, So Why the Double Standard?

Let’s get the giant elephant in the room out of the way up front. Fans hate the St. Louis Cardinals and New York Yankees. The media spends a lot of attention on both and they’re both largely rich in franchise history success. So...