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Yankees draw closer to home field with win at Tropicana

Yankees draw closer to home field with win at Tropicana
The Yankees maintained their confidence while Gary Sanchez and Luis Severino scuffled through the second half of the season, believing that their track records pointed toward better performances ahead. That faith was rewarded on Tuesday evening, boosting hopes that the pair of “Baby Bombers” could be turning the corner. Sanchez enjoyed his first four-RBI game since early April, homering as... more

Yankees avoid no-hitter, but WC lead shrinks to 1

Yankees avoid no-hitter, but WC lead shrinks to 1
Greg Bird’s eighth-inning RBI double prevented the Yankees from enduring the indignity of being no-hit for the first time in 15 years, spoiling Jake Odorizzi’s bid for history after the right-hander recorded 22 outs without a hit, but it wasn’t enough to keep their lead for the top American League Wild Card spot from shrinking near the limit. Odorizzi blanked... more

Four homers not enough to negate rough start as Yanks fall to Toronto

Four homers not enough to negate rough start as Yanks fall to Toronto
There had been optimistic chatter in the Yankees’ clubhouse about returning to “attack mode” with a series-opening romp over the Blue Jays. They made good on that boast Saturday: Didi Gregorius mashed two homers, Giancarlo Stanton hit his first long ball of the month and Miguel Andujar launched a grand slam. Despite the late power display, an early deficit and... more

Fired-up Yanks rally for win after Boone tossed

Fired-up Yanks rally for win after Boone tossed
As Aaron Boone cooled his heels in the clubhouse on Friday evening, having put on an impromptu exhibition of proper pitch-framing techniques to punctuate his fifth-inning ejection, the rookie manager seemed to have pushed a magic button at just the right time. Boone’s exit preceded a midgame fireworks show by his hitters, as Brett Gardner homered to break up Jordan... more

Clash of Wild Card contenders goes south for Yankees

Clash of Wild Card contenders goes south for Yankees
The Yankees refuse to consider any objective other than the division race, keeping their eyes firmly fixed upon the substantial distance that separates them from the Red Sox in the American League East. Yet since the middle of May, only the Athletics have played more consistently than Boston, and those footsteps could be growing louder in the Bombers’ ears. In... more
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