Tampa Bay Rays infielder Willy Adames smacks a home run in the top of the 8th inning to put the Rays on the board 3-1 against the New York Yankees in Game 1.
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Game 119: Homefield Advantage The Yankees can’t win in Tropicana Field and the Rays can’t win in Yankee Stadium. Can’t explain it, but it’s true. The Yankees improved to 6-1 against the Rays in the Bronx this season — and 21-6 since Opening Day 2016 —...
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Yankees middle relievers, of necessity, could push their way to the front with Luis Severino struggling and CC Sabathia ailing.
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Veteran Neil Walker on pitcher J.A. Happ's seven scoreless innings and how critical these nights are for the bullpen and starting rotation.
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Luis Severino and A.J. Cole combined to surrender five home runs as the Yankees lost to the Mets 8-5 on Monday at Yankee Stadium.
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The veteran left-hander has won all three outings since the Yankees acquired him from Toronto in a July 26 trade.
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J.A. Happ allowed one soft single in seven shutout innings to win his third consecutive start since joining the New York Yankees, who beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-1
by: Jake Devin — SB Nation: Pinstripe Alley 1h
The Yankees took the series opener behind a stellar start from J.A. Happ.
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Yankees starting pitcher J.A. Happ threw seven scoreless innings, giving up just one hit, in a 4-1 win over the Rays at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday.
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NEW YORK -- The Yankees approached the non-waiver Trade Deadline with the goal of bolstering their rotation via a market in which solid starting pitching was hard to come by. But the team took a chance at Toronto's J.A. Happ, who had a collective 7.41...
by: Sean Farrell, North Jersey Record — North Jersey 1h
J.A. Happ continued to be the most consistent starter on the Yankees' staff since his trade, tossing seven one-hit innings to beat the Rays.
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Tuesday's night game for the New York Yankees is the 22nd without Aaron Judge. In the first 21 games he has missed, the team is treading water at 10-11. Not only is he the Yankees' best player (he is still one full win above the second place Yankee in WAR