When a group of 24 children descended onto the Yankee Stadium infield grass Saturday morning to compete in the Scotts MLB’s Pitch, Hit & Run event, the anxiety and nerves could be felt reverberating throughout the park.
Joe DiMaggio is striding toward history. The Yankees are striving toward an American League pennant. Both quests were successful on Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium, at least for another day, in the Yankees’ 7 to 5 victory over the St. Louis Browns.
As expected, the Yankees activated first baseman Mark Teixeira from the disabled list on Saturday. In a corresponding move, first baseman Ike Davis was designated for assignment.
Just 18 years old, Yankees outfield prospect Leonardo Molina has all the tools to climb the prospect rankings.
It’s decision time for Yankees manager Joe Girardi. After spending three weeks on the disabled list with a cartilage tear in his right knee, first baseman Mark Teixeira is scheduled to return to the Yankees’ lineup Saturday.
Whenever Joe DiMaggio’s amazing hitting streak comes to a close, there’s a good chance that Yankees fans and possibly the center fielder himself will remember Bob Muncrief with a smile.
Tommy Milone was avoiding Rob Refsnyder. By the time the rookie utility player’s third at-bat came around in the fourth inning of the Yankees’ 5-3 victory over the Twins on Friday night, Refsnyder hadn’t yet gotten anything to hit. Milone had been working him away all game, mixing fastballs and changeups to keep him just […]
Despite an uncharacteristically laborious outing from ace Masahiro Tanaka, the Yankees capitalized on three Twins errors, plating three unearned runs on the way to a 5-3 series-opening victory over Minnesota on Friday at Yankee Stadium.
Once in a while, Aaron Hicks said, he’ll shoot some of his old Twins teammates a text. But not too often. He’s a Yankee now. So while he said it was “pretty crazy” to play against his former teammates Friday night at Yankee Stadium, he added it didn’t make it feel extra special when he […]
The Yankees have signed third-round pick Nolan Martinez for a $1.15 million bonus, MLB.com’s Jonathan Mayo reported on Thursday. The club has not confirmed the deal.
Since May 18, Yankees third baseman Chase Headley has posted a .308/.371/.452 line in 30 games. He said that he is pleased to have battled out of the worst slump of his career, but he still sees room for improvement, particularly with runners in scoring position (9-for-47, .191).