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New York Post May 5, 2016

Brett Gardner’s plunking gave him a nine-inning break

BALTIMORE — Brett Gardner wasn’t in the Yankees’ starting lineup Thursday night in their 1-0, 10-inning loss to the Orioles at Camden Yards due to a bruised right arm after he was hit by a pitch Wednesday night. However, the left fielder and No. 2 hitter said the injury would not keep him sidelined long...
New York Post May 5, 2016

This bullpen pickle is just about finished — but are Yankees, too?

BALTIMORE — The amazing thing was, this would be the last time the Yankees would have to face this dilemma — with luck — for the rest of the year. Nothing in the modern game of baseball can be more polarizing — and more fun to chronicle on social media — than the visiting team...
New York Post May 5, 2016

Girardi freaks out over call as ump assists Yankees’ free fall

BALTIMORE — The Yankees have been very good at digging themselves a deep hole since Opening Day, one they may not be able to escape. Thursday night at Camden Yards, they had help from Chris Guccione with the shovel, when the third-base umpire missed a balk by Orioles starter Kevin Gausman with Starlin Castro at...
New York Post May 5, 2016

Aaron Boone sees light at end of Yankees-Red Sox tunnel

For much of its history, the Yankees and Red Sox rivalry has been marked by memorable moments and passionate play on the field. While this weekend’s edition may not feature a face-to-face showdown (a la Alex Rodriguez vs. Jason Varitek in 2004) or a colossal throw down (like what Pedro Martinez did to Don Zimmer...
New York Post May 5, 2016

Yankees add Brett Gardner to list of things to worry about

BALTIMORE — Having placed Alex Rodriguez on the disabled list earlier in the day, the Yankees have their fingers firmly crossed there is nothing seriously wrong with Brett Gardner’s right arm. Gardner was hit on the back of the elbow at the bottom of his triceps muscle in the eighth inning of Wednesday night’s 7-0...
New York Post May 4, 2016

CC Sabathia has come a long way since last fall’s bender

BALTIMORE — He insisted his mind was clear, unfettered by the memories of last October, but CC Sabathia also had to acknowledge something else: the contrast between then and now, the difference between Oct. 5 and May 4. And a juxtaposition even starker than that. Last fall, he was a man craving help. He’d spent...
River Ave. Blues May 4, 2016

X-rays negative after Brett Gardner takes pitch to elbow

Following tonight’s win, Joe Girardi announced x-rays on Brett Gardner‘s right elbow were negative after he was hit by a pitch in the seventh inning. Here’s the play. Gardner did remain in the game at first, but was eventually replaced in the outfield in the ninth inning. Girardi did admit to being concerned because Gardner […] The post X-rays negative after Brett Gardner takes pitch to elbow appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
New York Post May 4, 2016

Sabathia tosses gem as Yanks’ bats come back from the dead

BALTIMORE — One win doesn’t mean the virus that has traveled through the Yankees’ clubhouse has been defeated. So much has looked bad for most of the young season that it’s hard to ignore. Still, it was equally difficult to downplay what CC Sabathia did to the Orioles Wednesday night in a 7-0 win in...

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