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River Ave. Blues Mar 24, 2017

Going beyond the top relievers [2017 Season Preview]

Over the last few days, we’ve covered the four key cogs in the Yankees’ bullpen machine: Aroldis Chapman, Dellin Betances, Adam Warren and Tyler Clippard. If healthy, each will take up the main roles in Joe Girardi‘s ‘pen and be called upon for the most important innings this season. But the bullpen features far more […] The post Going beyond the top relievers [2017 Season Preview] appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
River Ave. Blues Mar 23, 2017

The Middle Relief Duo [2017 Season Preview]

The Yankees have had an elite bullpen most every year for what feels like an eternity at this point, owing largely to the incomparable Mariano Rivera, and the ability to churn out high-end relievers that would close for most teams (particularly David Robertson and Dellin Betances, who spent most of their time with the team pitching […] The post The Middle Relief Duo [2017 Season Preview] appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
River Ave. Blues Mar 22, 2017

Same All-Star reliever but with minor concerns [2017 Season Preview]

For the last three years, I have essentially marked games as wins in my mind whenever Dellin Betances comes in. Sure, there have been a few blown saves here and there, but for the most part, the Yankees win when Dellin comes into the game whether they lead or are tied. And it isn’t just […] The post Same All-Star reliever but with minor concerns [2017 Season Preview] appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Outside Pitch Mar 21, 2017

Ben Heller’s emergence bodes well for New York Yankees pitching staff

When it comes to pitching, the New York Yankees are going to need all the help they can get. Tyler Clippard, Dellin Betances, and Aroldis Chapman are a formidable 1-2-3 punch in the back-end of the bullpen but are far from the dominant trio of Betances, Chapman, and Andrew Miller. Outside of Masahiro Tanaka, there […] The post Ben Heller’s emergence bodes well for New York Yankees pitching staff appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
NorthJersey.com Mar 21, 2017
Betances returns to Yankees from WBC

Betances returns to Yankees from WBC

Dellin Betances returned to the Yankees and pronounced himself “ready for the season to start’’ following his stint in WBC.        
Ask Pinstripe Alley 3/21/17: Dellin Betances, Billy McKinney, and the starting lineup

Ask Pinstripe Alley 3/21/17: Dellin Betances, Billy McKinney, and the starting lineup

More answers from last week’s Ask PSA. Last week, we put out a call for questions in our Ask Pinstripe Alley mailbag. We received plenty of responses and tried to answer all of them, but there were still some questions left unanswered. Today we have more answers for you. Kristian Quackenbush asked: If the Yankees decide to sell at the deadline again and Dellin Betances is having another Betancesesque season, do you think they would trade him? If so, what do you think they could get for him? I don’t believe the Yankees would trade Dellin Betances at the deadline, considering he is so...
Rotoworld Mar 17, 2017

Tanaka fans six in Yankees' no-hitter - Masahiro Tanaka (S) New York Yankees

Masahiro Tanaka struck out six in 4 1/3 innings and combined with two relievers on a no-hitter Friday against the Tigers.
Scout Mar 16, 2017

Scouting Yankees Prospect #8: Domingo Acevedo

The Yankees signed right-handed pitcher Domingo Acevedo in November of 2012 out of the Dominican Republic. A low dollar signing, he has proven to be part Dellin Betances and part Luis Severino in his short time with the Yankees, giving him one of the highest ceilings in the farm system.
Call to the Pen Mar 16, 2017

New York Yankees Looking to Add Ernesto Frieri

The New York Yankees are adding veteran reliever Ernesto Frieri to the bullpen mix. A big part of the New York Yankees success this season is going to be their bullpen. They brought back Aroldis Chapman to go with Dellin Betances and Tyler Clippard. They have other options like Adam Warren and some younger arms […] New York Yankees Looking to Add Ernesto Frieri - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Newsday Mar 14, 2017

Toll on pitchers at WBC is a concern for Joe Girardi

Don't quote Joe Girardi on this, but we definitely got the sense that the Yankees' manager was relieved it was the Mets' Jeurys Familia -- and not his own Dellin Betances -- who was used on consecutive days at the World Baseball Classic this past weekend.
River Ave. Blues Mar 13, 2017

Heyman: Yankees agree to 2017 contracts with Aaron Judge and Greg Bird

According to Jon Heyman, the Yankees have agreed to one-year contracts for the 2017 season with Aaron Judge and Greg Bird. The team did not renew them as pre-arbitration-eligible players, a la Dellin Betances last year. Judge will earn $544,500 this coming season. Bird will make $545,500. The league minimum is $530,000. Interestingly enough, Heyman […] The post Heyman: Yankees agree to 2017 contracts with Aaron Judge and Greg Bird appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 10, 2017

Why these 8 Yankees could be traded at the deadline

At last year's Major League Baseball trade deadline, the Yankees turned Aroldis Chapman, Andrew Miller and Carlos Beltran into the foundation of their youth movement. If general manager Brian Cashman and manager Joe Girardi believe the team is out of contention again come late July, it could happen again, and Dellin Betances, Masahiro Tanaka and others may not be safe.
Outside Pitch Mar 8, 2017

New York Yankees prospect Jonathan Holder is failing to live up to expectations

As the New York Yankees head towards Opening Day, a majority of the arms in the bullpen are locks. Tyler Clippard, Dellin Betances, and Aroldis Chapman will be pitching in the seventh, eighth, and ninth innings. Adam Warren will be the team’s swingman while Tommy Layne will be their middle-inning southpaw. For the remaining three […] The post New York Yankees prospect Jonathan Holder is failing to live up to expectations appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Around the Empire: Yankees news - 3/5/17

Around the Empire: Yankees news - 3/5/17

Girardi considers batting Sanchez second in the lineup; Dellin Betances worked on throwing to first during the offseason; Michael Pineda impresses in first outing; Justus Sheffield just as important as Clint Frazier; A-Rod not out of legal trouble yet Around the Empire New York Daily News | Mike Mazzeo: Gary Sanchez, the catcher on the Yankees who is Gary, proceeded to impress both offensively and defensively in yesterday’s game. He hit a massive dinger and threw out a runner from his knees. Dellin Betances, whom runners would steal easily against in 2016, was on the mound. Joe Girardi...
Newsday Mar 4, 2017

Yankees' Dellin Betances pitches scoreless inning before heading to WBC

LAKELAND, Fla. -- Dellin Betances will check back in with the Yankees later this month.

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Yankees Player News

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    Greg Bird

    Greg Bird tied for most spring homers with one-time Yankees farmhand

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    Adam Warren

    Adam Warren ‘not happy’ his camp goal is slipping away

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    Didi Gregorius

    Tyler Wade making his bid to fill in for Didi Gregorius

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    Michael Pineda

    Michael Pineda amps up Yankees worries — vs. minor leaguers

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    Gary Sanchez

    Greg Bird unplugged: This is how good Yankees can be

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    Aaron Judge

    RAILRIDERS: Team receives championship rings during pregame ceremony

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    Ben Heller

    YANKEES TOP 15 PROSPECTS: NO. 8 BEN HELLER

  • Masahiro Tanaka

    Aging CC Sabathia earns No. 2 role in Yankees rotation

  • Luis Severino

    Did Yankees' Luis Severino's best showing come too late?

  • CC Sabathia

    Around the Empire: Yankees news - 3/25/17