Brad chews up and spits out a breakdown of the Wednesday night DFS slate …
by: Pete Caldera, MLB writer — North Jersey 1h
It's been a riveting Yankees’ regular season dotted with triumphs, setbacks, injuries, comebacks and the introductions of promising rookies.
by: Randy Miller | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com — NJ.com 3h
The Yankees and Oakland Athletics will square off in a one-game playoff on Wednesday, Oct. 3.
Madden: Should the Yankees turn the wild-card game over to the bullpen? Let's discuss - NY Daily News
by: Bill Madden — NY Daily News 4h
What’s become problematic for the Yankees is that none of their starting pitchers provide a “near sure thing.”
by: Dan Martin — New York Post 5h
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — When the Yankees beat the Rays Monday night, it turned out they assured a wild-card matchup against the A’s on Oct. 3. But a pair of veterans of wild-card games said Tuesday
by: AP — Fox Sports 8h
Herrmann homer lifts Mariners past A's, gives Astros AL West
by: BENJAMIN HOFFMAN — NY Times 8h
Before their game Tuesday night, the Oakland A’s were a game away from falling out of the A.L. West race. In the N.L. Central, the Brewers gained on the Cubs.
by: The Associated Press — Yahoo Sports 8h
Pinch-hitter Chris Herrmann's two-run homer in the 11th inning gave the Seattle Mariners a 10-8 win over Oakland on Tuesday night, clinching the AL West for Houston and leaving the Athletics with a wild-card matchup against the New York Yankees. Seattle..
by: N/A — MLB: Yankees 8h
The Yankees savored their first celebration of the season Saturday at Yankee Stadium, as Aaron Hicks' 11th-inning double chased Didi Gregorius home with the run that stamped their entry into the American League Wild Card Game, the seventh Wild Card berth.
by: sports network — YES Network 10h
The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders prepare for their final home series of the regular season as they make their playoff push in 2018.
by: Pete Caldera, MLB writer — LoHud 11h
After a rough September, Gary Sanchez rediscovered his stroke as the Yankees routed the Rays.
by: George A. King III — New York Post 11h
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Aaron Boone can see the sun in a hurricane when it comes to how he feels about a struggling player. Talking before Tuesday night’s game against the Rays, the Yankees’