Potentially even bigger than the returns of Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton? The return of Gary Sanchez's hitting.
by: Bryan Hoch — MLB: Yankees 9h
It had been 41 days since Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton last occupied the same lineup, and judging by the 1,000-kilowatt grin that manager Aaron Boone flashed prior to Friday’s series opener against the Red Sox, the Yankees could not be more...
Yankees still gunning for top-four seed despite no fans, neutral sites for later rounds - New York Daily News
by: Kristie Ackert — NY Daily News 9h
Aaron Boone rattled off a number of reasons why playing at home would still be preferable.
by: Erik Boland email@example.com @eboland11 Updated September 18, 2020 7:46 PM — Newsday 9h
BOSTON — It was late on the night of Sept. 8 when the 2020 Yankees bottomed out. Their 2-1 loss to the Blue Jays in Buffalo was their fifth straight and 15th in 20 games, which dropped them to 21-21 a
by: Adam Weinrib — Fansided: Yanks Go Yard 9h
Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner admitted what we'd always assumed on Friday: he wants to come back. Brett Gardner seemingly has a place on this Yankees ro...
by: Randy Miller | firstname.lastname@example.org — NJ.com 10h
The Yankees finally have no regulars on the injured list and manager Aaron Boone played all nine of them for just the second time this season on Friday night.
by: Robbie Stratakos — Baseball Essential 18h
Where would the New York Yankees be without Luke Voit this season? The preeminent talking point with the Yankees has been injuries. DJ LeMahieu, Aaron Judge, Gleyber Torres, Giancarlo Stanton, James Paxton, Aroldis Chapman, and Zack Britton, among...
Mailbag: Playoff Matchups, Outfield Situation, Domingo Germán, Deivi Garcia, Paxton Trade, & Injuries
by: admin — Views from 314 Ft. 18h
Happy Friday, everyone. And what a Friday it is. The Yankees are absolutely rolling and every game looks like it’s a home run derby. I love it. Aaron Boone’s smile there is how I’m feeling all of the time right now. Anyway, time for a mailbag. We’ve...
by: Alexander Wilson — Empire Sports Media 19h
The New York Yankees finished up a three-game sweep of the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday evening. By a score of 10-7, the Yankees...
The Rundown: Kimbrel Has Been Elite Lately, Epstein Quietly Having Superb Season, White Sox & Dodgers Clinch Postseason Berths
by: Michael Canter — Cubs Insider 19h
The Cubs were off yesterday and the Cardinals lost to the Pirates, so Chicago’s magic number to win the NL Central is now down to seven. St. Louis actually trails the Reds by a half-game in the standings, but the Redbirds still have an extra four...
by: Greg Tartaglia, NorthJersey.com — LoHud 19h
The Yankees' offensive explosion continued against the Blue Jays, as they homered five times in one inning to complete their sweep of Toronto.