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New York Post 22 hours ago

Carlos Beltran in line for $17M offer — if he lasts till August

Part of the big-picture plan for the Yankees – to get younger, more athletic and more financially flexible – has been to run out big contracts: Carlos Beltran and Mark Teixeira after this season, and Alex Rodriguez and CC Sabathia after next. But I believe it is becoming more likely that Beltran is actually back...
Newark Star-Ledger Jun 23, 2016

Yankees' Carlos Beltran has already matched 2015 home run total

Beltran says he believes in this 35-36 Yankees team
Newark Star-Ledger Jun 16, 2016

Yankees' Carlos Beltran not 100 percent, but talks way back into lineup

Beltran says he feels 80 percent of him is good enough to help Yankees win.
Newark Star-Ledger Jun 14, 2016
Yankees' Carlos Beltran's mystery knee injury 'worrisome'

Yankees' Carlos Beltran's mystery knee injury 'worrisome'

Beltran forced out of Tuesday's lineup vs. Rockies
New York Post Jun 13, 2016

Beltran: Why Yankees’ cakewalk upcoming schedule is deceiving

On paper, they are winnable series — struggling opponents the Yankees should fatten up against. There are no big arms to fear, or lineups the Yankees’ improving starting rotation should be able to handle. But Carlos Beltran knows better than to overlook the mediocre Rockies and dreadful Twins on the Yankees’ upcoming six-game trip. “They’re...
New York Post Jun 13, 2016

The trap is set for Yankees to be duped into going for it

The Yankees first played in New York in late April 1903 as the Highlanders two months before Lou Gehrig was even born and seven months before the Wright brothers defied gravity. So they have had 113 years to encounter all kinds of schedule quirks, and yet nothing may be more offbeat than what begins Tuesday,...
New York Post Jun 12, 2016

Yankees’ psyche wasn’t only thing bruised on rough Sunday

Carlos Beltran’s lower right shin already was discolored by the time he was dressed for a plane ride to Denver on Sunday. Not far away, Chase Headley was removing a large ice bag from the outside of his right ankle and waiting for it to become the color of Beltran’s bruise. Beltran fouled a ball...
New York Post Jun 12, 2016

Yanks Old-Timer with Parkinson’s gets his at-bat — and hit

Parkinson’s disease couldn’t keep Brian Doyle from Old-Timers’ Day. It couldn’t keep him out of the game, either. The former Yankees infielder wasn’t in the starting lineup, but he had a hit Sunday afternoon, the feel-good moment of the legends game in The Bronx. Doyle went to Gene Michael, who managed one of the Old-Timers’...
New York Post Jun 12, 2016

Which is real: Yankees’ scorching streak or this speed bump?

Was it a two-game stretch of good pitching smothering a hot lineup? Or the beginning of another team-wide Yankees hitting slump? Having won five straight entering Saturday’s game against Tigers right-hander Justin Verlander, the Yankees’ bats were in the best groove of the season. Verlander put the brakes on that and more of the same...
New York Post Jun 12, 2016

Two injured by falling branch outside Yankee Stadium

A tree branch toppled onto a man and woman outside Yankee Stadium on Sunday afternoon, sending them to the hospital, police and fire officials said. The injured pair were taken to Lincoln Hospital with minor injuries after the branch fell at about 1 p.m. Their identities and ages weren’t immediately released. The Yankees were holding...
New York Post Jun 12, 2016

Ike Davis is next up on Yankees’ 1st base merry-go-round

There is room for Ike Davis and Lucas Duda in New York after all — just not with the Mets. The Yankees and Davis have agreed Sunday to a major league contract, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed. He will join the team in Colorado, where it begins a two-game series against the...
New York Post Jun 12, 2016

1996 Yankees World Series MVP: Joe Torre was the real MVP

There was Jim Leyritz’s game-tying, three-run home run in Game 4 of the World Series off Mark Wohlers. Andy Pettitte’s Game 5 gem. Most Valuable Player John Wetteland’s four saves. All were key to the Yankees’ 1996 World Series crown, but the man calling the shots in the dugout is what eventually was the deciding...
New York Post Jun 11, 2016

How Roberto Clemente became Carlos Beltran’s inspiration

The pride comes from deep within his baseball soul. There are many reasons Carlos Beltran is the player he is today and is having a remarkable season at the age of 39, but don’t overlook the influence the great Roberto Clemente has had on his baseball life. Beltran is carrying the Yankees offense. The switch-hitter picked...
New York Post Jun 10, 2016

CC Sabathia’s incredible revival carries Yankees over .500

It’s hard to know what would have been more unexpected a little over a month ago: that the Yankees would pick themselves off up the mat and get over .500 or that CC Sabathia would be the pitcher to lead them there. But Friday night, both things were true. Sabathia tossed another gem in a...
New York Post Jun 10, 2016

How Rob Refsnyder arose from the curse of Yankees’ 1st base

Mark Teixeira still hasn’t begun baseball activities as he attempts to avoid surgery to repair torn cartilage in his right knee. Chris Parmelee is out for at least a month with a hamstring injury and Dustin Ackley won’t be back this season. So that leaves Rob Refsnyder as the Yankees’ starting first baseman — at...

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