8/22/2016 | Mariners make homers count to topple Yankees
Not even a pair of home runs apiece by the Yankees' Gary Sanchez and Starlin Castro could derail the Mariners on Monday night at Safeco Field as Seattle rode a pair of three-run blasts by Kyle Seager and Mike Zunino to a 7-5 series-opening win.
8/22/2016 | Sabathia seeking early-season form vs. Mariners
CC Sabathia faces the Mariners on Tuesday in the second game of a three-game series in Seattle. The Yankees lefty's ERA has surged in the past few months. He's posted a 6.37 ERA over July and August, giving up 11 home runs in nine games. Through April and May, Sabathia had a 2.85 ERA and only allowed two home runs.
8/22/2016 | Yanks' Sanchez, Astros' Bregman lead Prospect Team of the Week
MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.
8/22/2016 | Sanchez celebrates POW honor with 2 homers
The day Yankees rookie catcher Gary Sanchez was named American League Player of the Week, he hit two home runs, combining for three RBIs, in his first three at-bats.
8/21/2016 | Green latest Yankees rookie to make strides
Chad Green didn't have a feel for his cutter on Sunday, but he didn't need it to hold the Angels to just one run in six innings. Unfortunately for the rookie, that one run was all the Angels needed as they handed the Yankees a 2-0 loss in the finale of the weekend series.
8/21/2016 | Ellsbury's grab robs Pujols of homer history
Less than 24 hours after Brett Gardner went horizontal to rob the Angels of a homer, Jacoby Ellsbury made a leaping grab of his own over the center-field wall to rob Albert Pujols of a historic home run.
8/21/2016 | Pineda faces former club as Yanks visit Seattle
Michael Pineda will face the team that built him into a Major Leaguer as the Yankees take on Cody Martin and the Mariners on Monday in Seattle.
8/21/2016 | Cessa rises to occasion to win starting debut
The nerves were with him the whole time, but as Luis Cessa took the mound for his first start with the Yankees and threw that first pitch to Kole Calhoun, it all faded away. Cessa would go on to throw six-plus scoreless innings and insert his name into the list of young Yankees to know.
8/21/2016 | Sweep-seeking Yanks turn to Green in Anaheim
With the Yankees seeking a series sweep at Angel Stadium, Chad Green will try to follow up his brilliant debut as a likely permanent member of the rotation in Sunday's finale against Jhoulys Chacin and the Angels.
8/21/2016 | Ruiz, Fisher among top prospect performers Saturday
As one of the younger everyday players at the Triple-A level, Rio Ruiz has been anything but overmatched this season.
8/21/2016 | Baby Bombers take down Angels
On a night when the Angels inducted a 17-year Major League veteran into their Hall of Fame, it was the Yankees' youth movement that stole the show. The Yankees once again got major contributions from a number of rookies and rolled to a 5-1 win over the Angels on Saturday at Angel Stadium.
8/21/2016 | Gardner goes horizontal to rob home run
Garret Anderson was inducted to the Angels Hall of Fame on Saturday, but it was another left fielder, the Yankees' Brett Gardner, who might have drawn the loudest cheer of the night.
8/20/2016 | Torreyes answers Yankees' call
A day after the game of his life, Ronald Torreyes found himself in the Yankees' starting lineup again on Saturday against the Angels, with Chase Headley still slowed by Achilles tendinitis.
8/20/2016 | Tanaka doesn't miss a beat with Sanchez
Friday's series opener at Angel Stadium was the first time Masahiro Tanaka and rookie catcher Gary Sanchez teamed up, and the new combination worked out pretty well, as Tanaka threw 7 2/3 impressive innings in a 7-0 runaway win over the Angels.
8/20/2016 | Cessa set to face Angels in first big league start
Yankees rookie right-hander Luis Cessa will make the first start of his career when he takes on 11-year veteran Ricky Nolasco and the Angels on Saturday at Angel Stadium.
8/20/2016 | Yanks homer 4 times behind Tanaka-led shutout
Home runs came for the Yankees from both the top and bottom of the lineup, plus multiple places in between, as they shut out the Angels, 7-0, on Friday night at Angel Stadium to open a three-game series.
8/19/2016 | Headley dealing with sore Achilles
Yankees third baseman Chase Headley has been dealing with Achilles tendinitis for a week, but it isn't expected to be a long-term concern.
8/19/2016 | Eovaldi has successful surgery
Yankees right-hander Nathan Eovaldi underwent successful Tommy John surgery, as well as a right flexor tendon repair, on Friday.
8/18/2016 | A-Rod all but ruling out return in '17
Earlier this week, Alex Rodriguez's publicist released a statement saying the 14-time All-Star will not play again this season, following his release from the Yankees. Now it seems likely that Rodriguez won't be suiting up in 2017, either.
8/18/2016 | Déjà youth: Starlin a veteran of youth movements
The Yankees are getting younger. But none of this is new to Starlin Castro, who saw the same kind of moves happen when he was still with the Cubs.
8/17/2016 | Steinbrenner embraces new direction
It happened in an instant, a pair of home runs sailing over the wall at Yankee Stadium. In that moment with a packed house rocking the ballpark in that old, familiar way, Yankees managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner could see a bright and shiny new vision of his team take shape.
8/17/2016 | Latest HR puts Sanchez in Yanks' record book
With the weeks that Gary Sanchez and Aaron Judge have had, it's been hard to update the Yankees' record book fast enough.
8/17/2016 | Yankees' shaky defense opens door for Jays
At first glance, it will look like the Yankees' 7-4 loss to the Blue Jays on Wednesday was mostly on CC Sabathia. He allowed seven earned runs, after all. Sabathia did make mistakes, like the 0-1 sinker that Melvin Upton Jr. deposited over the right-field wall in the fifth. But before that, Sabathia was the unlucky recipient of some questionable defense that allowed Toronto to claim easy bases.
8/17/2016 | Happ's MLB-best 17th win spurs Blue Jays
When J.A. Happ pitches well, the Blue Jays win. When the offense shows off its potential, the Blue Jays win. When both happen, that's just a good day. After scoring 12 unanswered runs in Tuesday's victory, the Toronto offense picked up right where it left off Wednesday afternoon, getting runners on base at a high rate and beating the Yankees, 7-4.
8/17/2016 | Girardi hints Sanchez may be primary catcher
It's still unclear, but the Yankees may have a new primary catcher. After seeing rookie catcher Gary Sanchez hit three home runs in a three-game span, manager Joe Girardi bumped the youngster up into the cleanup spot for Wednesday's game and insinuated that Sanchez is primed to get a majority of the starts behind the plate moving forward.
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