4:23 AM EDT, Tue July 26, 2016
New York Post Jul 24, 2016

Chad Green quietly gaining Yankees role — and highlight reel

The Yankees went into Sunday knowing their trio grand at the back of the bullpen — Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman — were unavailable. So manager Joe Girardi stressed he needed length from his starter then a pick-us-up effort from whoever would close if needed. He got both. And from Chad Green who...

O'Day activated and Hart optioned (plus other notes) - School of Roch

The Orioles have activated reliever Darren O'Day from the 15-day disabled list and optioned left-hander Donnie Hart to Double-A Bowie. Hart, 25, made his major league debut on July 17 at Tropicana Field. He tossed 2 2/3 scoreless innings over three appearances with the Orioles this season. O'Day hasn't pitched...
New York Post Jul 23, 2016

Yankees’ bullpen studs give way to heartache in 12-inning crusher

Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman showed once again how valuable they can be to a team Saturday. But the Yankees also showed — again — why the trio is somewhat wasted in The Bronx. The Holy Trinity of Smoke tossed four scoreless innings behind a solid outing from Ivan Nova, only to see...
New York Post Jul 22, 2016

Yankees bullpen nearly chokes away win in Giants nailbiter

With all eyes focused on the back end of the Yankees’ bullpen now that the trade deadline is barely over a week away, it was that most reliable aspect of Joe Girardi’s team that nearly gave away Friday’s game against the Giants. But after Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller each surrendered a run to squander...
New York Post Jul 22, 2016

Joe Girardi mocks MLB proposal to cap pitching changes

If it were up to MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred, Joe Girardi might not be able to call on his fearsome trio of Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman whenever he wanted to. Manfred said during a radio interview Thursday he was “in favor” of limiting the number of relief pitchers a team could use...
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 20, 2016
WATCH: Should the Yankees trade Andrew Miller?

WATCH: Should the Yankees trade Andrew Miller?

At 47-46, the Yankees are going to have tough calls at the MLB trade deadline. One of the toughest? Andrew Miller.
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 20, 2016

MLB trade rumors: Latest on Yankees' Andrew Miller, Cubs' Kyle Schwarber, more

Catch up with the MLB trade news, rumors and speculation here. Plenty of interest in Aroldis Chapman and Andrew Miller. Could teams be looking at Brett Gardner and CC Sabathia as well?
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 20, 2016

POLL: Should Yankees trade Andrew Miller for Cubs' Kyle Schwarber?

Would Andrew Miller for Cubs' Kyle Schwarber be a good trade for the Yankees?
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 18, 2016

MLB trade rumors: Yankees' Andrew Miller is likely Indians' top target, report says

Talks of trading Yankees closer Andrew Miller are continuing to heat up as the Indians him on their radar.
New York Post Jul 16, 2016

2 teams tracking Nathan Eovaldi as Andrew Miller hunt picks up

By now there isn’t much the Cubs don’t know about Andrew Miller, since they have been scouting the Yankees for a month. Still, they aren’t leaving much to chance as the Aug. 1 trade deadline approaches. Between Aroldis Chapman and Miller, the Cubs prefer Miller. Many believe Miller is the better pitcher. He also is...
New York Post Jul 16, 2016

Yankees looking dangerously ugly as selling comes into focus

After watching the latest inept performance by the Yankees, the Steinbrenner family should enter complete sell mode. Forget being sellers by the Aug. 1 trade deadline. Put the most storied franchise in sports history on the block and let somebody else suffer. OK, that’s very extreme and offered with tongue firmly planted in cheek. But...
New York Post Jul 16, 2016

56 turns 75: Remembering Joe DiMaggio’s streak, and the day it died

He was young, at the peak of his athletic powers — that day, in fact, he had celebrated his 24th birthday. So much lay ahead of Lou Boudreau that night in Cleveland, July 17, 1941: a batting title, an MVP season, a job managing the Indians to the most recent of their two World Series...
New York Post Jul 16, 2016

A-Rod is battling last year’s A-Rod in 1st-base quest

Alex Rodriguez hasn’t played first base in a game since his lone appearance at the position on April 11 of last season, when he looked out of sorts and made an error. But there was Rodriguez before Friday’s 5-3 loss to the Red Sox, taking grounders at first as the Yankees try to figure out...
New York Post Jul 15, 2016

Start the losing clock: Yankees’ tragic number to become sellers

It’s simple enough, in a Yankees season that has seemed unendingly complicated: Their tragic number is three. Three more losses in this critical, 10-game homestand, after Friday night’s 5-3 defeat to the Red Sox at Yankee Stadium, and they owe it to themselves — to their resignedly patient fan base, moreover — to go into...

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    Matt Wieters

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  • 10 Aroldis Chapman

    Aroldis Chapman

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  • 7 Tom Gorzelanny

    Tom Gorzelanny

    Orioles add veteran left-handed reliever Tom Gorzelanny as more minor league bullpen depth

  • 5 Luis Severino

    Luis Severino

    Yankees' Luis Severino's early success was part mirage, pitching coach says

  • 5 Drew Pomeranz

    Drew Pomeranz

    Drew Pomeranz much improved in second start for Red Sox, but Boston falls to Detroit

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