9:42 AM EDT, Wed May 04, 2016
New York Post May 1, 2016

Brian McCann looks like another cog in Yankees’ failing machine

BOSTON — Because Chase Headley has developed into the poster child for everything that ails the Yankees’ lineup, other players’ struggles have been glossed over. Among that group is Brian McCann, who started Saturday night’s 8-0 loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park in a 2-for-19 (.105) slide that might be the product of...
New York Post May 1, 2016

Even Michael Pineda good news isn’t all that good

BOSTON — In his previous start, Michael Pineda was done in by the four homers he gave up in just five innings. So, if you’re desperate for good news, you will be pleased to learn the Red Sox didn’t go deep against Pineda once Saturday. But because it’s Pineda — and the Yankees can’t seem...
New York Post May 1, 2016

Yankees’ hitting problems are just getting embarrassing now

BOSTON — Well, the good news is the Yankees have found a solution for their problems with runners in scoring position: Put fewer runners in scoring position. Yes, the Yankees’ offense is getting worse — in tandem with their chances of climbing out of this extended funk. Their latest face plant occurred Saturday night at...
New York Post May 1, 2016

A-Rod (probably) disarms Red Sox fans with touching bat gift

BOSTON — Alex Rodriguez still was booed at Fenway Park during Saturday’s 8-0 loss to the Red Sox, but he probably made a few fans Friday — when he gave the bat he hit a home run with to a young fan at Friday’s game. The fan, David Moss, told MLB.com he asked if he...
New York Post May 1, 2016

Young Yankees fans now dealing with suffering — and older fans

There is a generation gap brewing in our midst, one that threatens to grow even wider and more divisive than the one that inspired the term in the first place back in the 1960s. Call it the Yankee Cred Gap. There is a generation-plus of Yankees fans who have known only one thing about the...
New York Post Apr 30, 2016

Frustrated Yankees sound lost after depressing low point

BOSTON — This is what it sounds like when bats die. Silence smothered the Yankees’ clubhouse minutes after the Red Sox hung a lifeless, 8-0 loss on them in front of 37,901 at Fenway Park on Saturday night. The Yankees didn’t hit again. Michael Pineda vanished trailing, 2-0 after five innings, 106 pitches and turned...
New York Post Apr 22, 2016

Brian McCann sees immediate results as pain recedes

Brian McCann snapped out of a 1-for-18 slide with a two-run homer and a run-scoring single that gave the Yankees the lead for good Friday in their 6-3 win over the Rays. Since McCann has been dealing with a left toe injury, he had not resembled the player he had been the first two weeks...
River Ave. Blues Apr 22, 2016

Ellsbury and McCann help offense break out; Yankees take series opener 6-3 from Rays

The steal of home that turned the season around! The offense finally snapped out of its funk Friday night, as Brian McCann and Jacoby Ellsbury led the Yankees to a 6-3 win over the Rays in the series opener. After losing seven of their last eight, the Yankees have won one of their last one. […] The post Ellsbury and McCann help offense break out; Yankees take series opener 6-3 from Rays appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
New York Post Apr 14, 2016

How Brian McCann was able to play with a discolored big toe

TORONTO — Brian McCann played all nine innings Thursday night against the Blue Jays and broke up a double play with a clean, but hard slide into second base. Sitting at his locker following a 4-2 loss, McCann’s discolored left big toe was on display. “It’s all right, it’s good. Obviously, it doesn’t feel great,...
New York Post Apr 14, 2016

Yankees show they’re no match for Blue Jays in series loss

TORONTO — Wherever you watched from, the view was the same, only the angles were different. Three Yankee-Blue Jays game at Rogers Centre did nothing to change the belief that the defending AL East champs are the superior outfit. They are more athletic than the Yankees. Their quick-strike ability is eons beyond what the Yankees...
New York Post Apr 14, 2016

Yankees stud James Kaprielian ‘is a big-league pitcher right now’

TORONTO — The Blue Jays can’t come close to the Yankees when it comes to resident legends, but Canada’s lone Major League Baseball team does get some bang for its buck. The one person with a Blue Jays logo on his Hall of Fame plaque can often be found at Rogers Centre when there’s a ballgame...
New York Post Apr 14, 2016

‘Just blood’: McCann plans to play rubber game vs. Blue Jays

TORONTO — Brian McCann wasn’t behind the plate to catch Michael Pineda against the Blue Jays Wednesday night, but he expects to play Thursday night. McCann, who took a foul tip off his left big toe Tuesday night, said he felt fortunate he didn’t have a broken toe. By late Wednesday night, the catcher was...
New York Post Apr 14, 2016

How much does Michael Pineda’s step forward really mean?

TORONTO — Unlike the contest taking place hours earlier at Citi Field, this did not feel like a do-or-die ballgame for the New York nine Wednesday night at Rogers Centre. While the Yankees lost, 7-2 to the Blue Jays, it didn’t feel too terrible for the visitors, who saw their two-game winning streak end. Rather...
Newsday Apr 13, 2016

Yankees' Brian McCann feels 'fortunate' his injury wasn't worse

TORONTO -- Even with his left toe sore and in a wrap Wednesday afternoon, Brian McCann said he felt "fortunate."
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 13, 2016

Yankees' Brian McCann injury: Will he play Wednesday?

Catcher suffered bruised, bloody toe Tuesday

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