5/29/2016 | Castro's HR all 'pen trio needs to lock down W
The beauty of the three-headed monster at the back end of the Yankees' bullpen is that one swing can turn a loss into a win, which is exactly what happened after Starlin Castro connected for their first -- and only -- hit of the afternoon on Sunday.
5/29/2016 | Ackley getting MRI on shoulder, likely to DL
Dustin Ackley did not accompany the Yankees to their charter flight after Sunday's 2-1 victory over the Rays at Tropicana Field, instead preparing to receive an MRI to determine the severity of an injury to his right shoulder.
5/29/2016 | Streaking Jays turn to Estrada vs. Yanks
After slow starts to their respective campaigns, the Blue Jays and Yankees have started to turn things around and will open a three-game set at Rogers Centre on Monday.
5/29/2016 | Yankees, Senators play to rain-shortened tie
There were a few interesting developments at Griffith Stadium on Thursday afternoon, but none of those involved the Yankees winning or losing their game against the Washington Senators.
5/29/2016 | Won-hitter! See how Yanks grazed Rays
Jake Odorizzi carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning, but one swing of the bat from Starlin Castro changed everything.
5/29/2016 | Girardi: Pineda to stay in rotation for now
Michael Pineda will have at least one more chance to turn his troubled season around. Yankees manager Joe Girardi said that no changes have been discussed to the rotation, with Pineda set to take the ball for Thursday's makeup game against the Tigers in Detroit.
5/29/2016 | Teixeira, Beltran may be in starting lineup Monday
The Yankees could have Carlos Beltran and Mark Teixeira back in the starting lineup on Monday, when they open a three-game series against the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.
5/29/2016 | Bader among top prospect performers Saturday
A look at the top performances from top prospects on Saturday.
5/28/2016 | DiMaggio triples in first night game in DC
The lights came on for the first time in a baseball game in the nation's capital. And the Yankees' offense came alive at the right time.
5/28/2016 | Shaky Pineda start creates 'tough situation'
Once again, too many of Michael Pineda's pitches wandered toward the middle of home plate on Saturday afternoon, and that recurring trend has the Yankees wondering if he really will be able to fix the problem at the Major League level.
5/28/2016 | Beltran goes deep for 2,500th career hit
Carlos Beltran homered for his 2,500th career hit in Saturday's 9-5 loss to the Rays, joining Roberto Clemente, Ivan Rodriguez and Roberto Alomar as just the fourth Puerto Rican-born player to reach the milestone.
5/28/2016 | Eovaldi, Odorizzi look to keep up momentum in finale
After collecting a win and his first Major League hit last time out, Rays starter Jake Odorizzi will look to keep up his good fortune as Tampa Bay closes out its series against Nathan Eovaldi and the Yankees on Sunday at 1:10 p.m. ET.
5/28/2016 | Batting in matte: Yanks' new helmets a hit
Change tends to come slowly for the Yankees, especially with a classic on-field look that has remained largely unaltered for decades. So the debut of the team's new matte-finish helmets sparked conversation among the players, who offered positive reviews.
5/28/2016 | Moore backed by Longo, Conger HRs in win
Matt Moore pitched 6 2/3 innings of Tampa Bay's 9-5 win over the Yankees on Saturday afternoon at Tropicana Field, allowing three runs.
5/28/2016 | Pitch selection is key to Eovaldi's success
Nathan Eovaldi can throw as hard as anyone. But it's his secondary pitches, not his electric fastball, that are responsible for his recent success.
5/28/2016 | Tanaka impresses all around in 2-hit gem
Masahiro Tanaka scrambled off the mound and darted directly toward the runner between second and third bases, undeterred by Steve Pearce's desperate dekes as he slapped a tag on the Rays' designated hitter, ripping his execution directly from the fundamental playbook.
5/27/2016 | Moore eyes turnaround vs. visiting Yanks, Pineda
Tampa Bay left-hander Matt Moore isn't satisfied with how his season is going, and he hopes to get things turned around when the Rays host Michael Pineda and the Yankees on Saturday at 4:10 p.m. ET.
5/27/2016 | A-Rod's HR leads bats behind Tanaka for win
Alex Rodriguez's two-run homer backed a solid start by Masahiro Tanaka to lead the Yankees to a 4-1 win over the Rays at Tropicana Field.
5/27/2016 | As Yanks weigh DH options, A-Rod, Beltran homer
The Yankees' designated-hitter dilemma seems like it became much less of an issue when Alex Rodriguez and Carlos Beltran both hit the ball out of the ballpark.
5/26/2016 | Mixing pitches, Sabathia in sustained groove
In the literal sense, this was a loss for CC Sabathia and the Yankees, though the big left-hander could be excused if he had difficulty feigning disappointment with seven innings of two-hit ball and no earned runs against the Blue Jays' stacked lineup.
5/26/2016 | A-Rod happy to be back despite hitless return
The first results from Alex Rodriguez's return to the designated-hitter slot did not wow anyone, but as the Yankees slugger continues to work on his timing, he is happy to be getting those reps at the big league level.
5/26/2016 | Teixeira has cortisone shot, targeting Sunday
The Yankees expect Mark Teixeira to miss at least three games after the first baseman received another cortisone shot intended to calm the neck spasms that have been affecting his play this month.
5/26/2016 | Shreve placed on DL among series of moves
The Yankees made a series of roster moves prior to Thursday's game, highlighted by Alex Rodriguez being activated and Chasen Shreve being placed on the disabled list.
5/26/2016 | Tanaka-Archer bill opens latest in AL East rivalry
Chris Archer looks to break out of his season-long slump when the Rays host Masahiro Tanaka and the Yankees at 7:10 p.m. ET on Friday.
5/26/2016 | No quick fix in diagnosing Shreve's struggles
Yankees left-handed reliever Chasen Shreve, who entered in relief of starter Ivan Nova in the seventh inning of Wednesday's 8-4 loss to the Blue Jays, allowed his sixth and seventh home runs in a 19-inning span this season. The dingers expanded Toronto's lead to 7-1, essentially putting the game out of reach despite the Yanks' three solo home runs over the next three innings.
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