One of the great photos of the 2017 season featured little Jose Altuve and the gigantic Aaron Judge beside each other on the basepaths. We already know who has the height advantage when these two AL MVP Award candidates stand side by side, but which of their teams will stand tall in the ALCS?
NEW YORK — As he watched relief supplies for Puerto Rico being loaded onto a FedEx cargo plane on a tarmac at JFK Airport on Thursday morning, Bernie Williams thought of Roberto Clemente.
CC Sabathia shut the Indians down and Didi Gregorius blasted two homers off Corey Kluber. Hear what the Yankees had to say after advancing to the ALCS.
The ALCS gets started in Houston on Friday night, but with both rosters loaded with talent, who gets the edge? Let’s break down the Yankees and Astros position by position to see where each side has advantages.
Fresh off arguably the biggest start of his career, right-hander Masahiro Tanaka will start Game 1 of the American League Championship Series presented by Camping World on Friday against the Astros, the Yankees announced on Thursday. Game 1 will air at 8 p.m. ET on FS1.
Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge defines greatness one way, Astros second baseman Jose Altuve another. That’s the beauty of this sport.
Brett Gardner, the longest-tenured Yankee, has seemingly always embodied one of the best characteristics the team wants in a hitter — working the count to grind out good at-bats.
Yankees lefty CC Sabathia found ways to get it done over 4 1/3 innings Wednesday night, striking out nine Indians and exiting with a lead in a decisive Game 5 of the ALDS presented by Doosan. New York won the series, 3-2, to advance to the AL Championship Series.
For Yankees manager Joe Girardi, Wednesday’s victory in Game 5 downgraded his non-challenge flap in Game 2 to just a footnote in what has otherwise been a largely successful managerial career.
Aroldis Chapman trotted out to the mound Wednesday night with a one-run lead and six outs standing between the Yankees and the American League Championship Series presented by Camping World.
Didi Gregorius homered twice, CC Sabathia rolled back the clock with nine strikeouts before turning it over to the bullpen in the fifth inning and the Yankees completed their historic comeback from a daunting deficit, advancing past the Indians with a 5-2 victory on Wednesday night in Game 5 of the American League Division Series […]
Aaron Judge has said that he is not concerned by his growing strikeout totals, but as the Yankees head into the American League Championship Series presented by Camping World against the Astros, they are hoping that the rookie slugger can recapture the form that he showed in a September to remember.