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  • Tanaka to return when Yanks hit Detroit
    Masahiro Tanaka is set to return to the mound on Tuesday as the American League Wild Card-leading Yankees open a three-game series with the Tigers at Comerica Park, with the right-hander saying that he hopes a brief time-out has restored the energy in his arm for the remainder of the postseason push.
  • Inbox: Should Judge move down in order?
    Would moving Aaron Judge down in the order take some pressure off and allow him not to be so much the focus of the Yankees? Beat reporter Bryan Hoch addresses this topic and others in his latest Inbox.
  • Prospect Watch: Jio Orozco
    Pitcher Jio Orozco is a competitor on the mound and is putting up some quality numbers for the Class A Staten Island Yankees.
  • Players Weekend nearly put Gray in a 'Pickles'
    When the Yankees' roster of Players Weekend nicknames started to circulate in their clubhouse, most of them seemed to make sense pretty quickly. Aaron "All Rise" Judge, Clint "Red Thunder" Frazier and Aroldis "The Missile" Chapman were among the more inspired choices that fit the players' personas. Then there is the mystery of Sonny "Pickles" Gray.
  • McIlroy turns Yankee Stadium into golf course
    Rory McIlroy turns Yankee Stadium into a golf course
  • Limited support for Gray as Yanks fall to Sox
    For the second straight weekend, the Red Sox were successful in their quest of preventing the Yankees from making a dent in the American League East standings. Backed by a pair of two-out RBI hits by Jackie Bradley Jr. and a strong pitching performance from the resurgent Rick Porcello, Boston once again took two out of three from New York, opening up a five-game lead in the division with a 5-1 victory on Sunday at Fenway Park.
  • Guzman fans seven for Staten Island
    Francisco Mejia and Bobby Bradley helped bring Akron's five-game losing streak to an end as the duo combined for five extra-base hits, five runs and six RBIs in a 13-5 victory against Harrisburg.
  • Yankees' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Yankees have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for New York's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
  • Girardi: Judge to stay in No. 3 spot in order
    The Yankees believe that they are seeing signs of Aaron Judge shaking off his second-half slump, and as such, manager Joe Girardi said that he is not considering moving the slugger out of the No. 3 spot in the lineup.
  • Andujar, German lead RailRiders to win
    Yankees prospects Miguel Andujar and Domingo German led Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to a 3-0 win over Durham with a pair of strong performances on Sunday.
  • Chapman loses job as Yankees' closer
    Four straight ineffective appearances bumped Aroldis Chapman out of his job as the Yankees' closer on Saturday, and with Dellin Betances and David Robertson taking over as a fluid late-inning tandem, there is no guarantee of when (or if) the flame-thrower will reclaim that title.
  • Managing pain, CC manages to set K record
    CC Sabathia is the active Major League leader in strikeouts, and the veteran hurler notched another interesting footnote to his lengthy career as he returned from the 10-day disabled list on Saturday.
  • Homers off Sale hold up as Yanks hold off Sox
    After a couple of recent missteps against the Red Sox, the Yankees had some urgency to win Saturday night and not lose any more ground in the American League East. That meant beating heavy AL Cy Young Award favorite Chris Sale, and the Bronx Bombers used a couple of home-run swings to pull off that daunting task en route to an important 4-3 victory at Fenway Park.
  • Stephan unhittable for Staten Island
    Trevor Stephan, the Yankees' No. 30 prospect, led the Class A Short Season Staten Island pitching staff with a dominant performance in a 5-0 win over Lowell on Saturday.
  • Yanks drop seesaw affair to Sox, fall 5 back
    The rivalry has been back to its riveting best the last two weekends, and no lead ever feels safe. The Yankees and Red Sox traded impressive comebacks in Friday night's series opener, but Boston prevailed with a 9-6 victory that had Fenway Park rocking in the late innings -- and with good reason.
  • Bird smacks 2 HRs in rehab game at Triple-A
    The Yankees could soon add a trio of formidable reinforcements to their lineup for the postseason push, as Greg Bird, Starlin Castro and Matt Holliday all have Minor League rehabilitation assignments underway.
  • Rebuilt Yankees 'pen is game's scariest unit
    After trading for David Roberston and Tommy Kahnle, and with Chad Green blossoming into a dominant weapon, the Yankees have what looks like baseball's most terrifying bullpen -- even with Aroldis Chapman struggling.
  • Hannah and Derek Jeter welcome baby Bella
    Hannah and Derek Jeter welcome baby Bella
  • Sanchez authoring another torrid August
    Gary Sanchez strapped the Yankees onto his back last August, when the power-hitting catcher enjoyed a historic surge that kept the team in the postseason race into the season's final weeks. His teammates may be wondering if a repeat performance is already underway.
  • Yanks sweep, in driver's seat atop WC hunt
    Gary Sanchez is carrying a sizzling bat for a second consecutive August, as the catcher homered and drove in five runs to lead the Yankees to a 7-5 victory over the Mets on Thursday at Citi Field, completing a four-game sweep of the Subway Series.
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