The exercise revealed that Judge still has plenty of work to do to recover the form that made him one of the most feared hitters in baseball.
by: BENJAMIN HOFFMAN — NY Times 21h
As the battle between the Rockies and Dodgers in the N.L. West drew most of the attention, Milwaukee and St. Louis won while the Phillies and Astros lost.
by: BILLY WITZ — NY Times 24h
Six weeks ago, this Red Sox-Yankees series appeared as though it could decide the division. But Boston surged out of sight, leaving the Yankees with altered priorities.
by: WALLACE MATTHEWS — NY Times 17 Sep
Continuing a pattern of this season, the Yankees struggled to put runners on base and score without homers in a second straight loss to Toronto.
by: WALLACE MATTHEWS — NY Times 16 Sep
C.C Sabathia and Brett Gardner struggled in a loss to Toronto, casting doubt on their potential postseason roles.
by: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — NY Times 16 Sep
Brock Holt’s tiebreaking two-run double in the fifth inning made the difference for Boston, which reduced its magic number in the A.L. East to four.
by: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — NY Times 15 Sep
Syndergaard (12-3) struck out six batters and walked three, leading the Mets to their fourth straight victory and the sixth in their last seven games.
by: TYLER KEPNER — NY Times 15 Sep
The team hopes its right fielder will be able to play a few games before its expected wild-card game against the Athletics.
by: WALLACE MATTHEWS — NY Times 14 Sep
The team said the slugging right fielder could only pinch-run or play defense for now. He has not played since fracturing a bone in his wrist on July 26.
by: TYLER KEPNER — NY Times 14 Sep
The ultimate team lifer has a new role after decades as the Mets’ public-relations director, a run during which he mentored Darryl Strawberry and endured John Franco’s pranks.
by: JOE LEMIRE — NY Times 14 Sep
Longer protective netting has made it hard for players to flip souvenirs to chosen fans. Now they often throw a ball over the net and up for grabs, which removes the stress of picking a recipient.
by: PAT BORZI — NY Times 14 Sep
With Judge expected to return from injury before the end of the season, one of three current everyday outfielders will have to head to the bench.