12:44 AM EDT, Wed October 22, 2014

Time for Teixeira to shift his priorities

The New York Yankees have one of the highest-paid first basemen in all of baseball. They also had, in 2014, one of the least productive first basemen in all of baseball. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Mark Teixeira. Of course, you'd probably give him right back. A player as perceptive and business-savvy as Teixeira -- who will collect $45 million in paychecks from the Yankees over the next two seasons -- would probably be among the first to admit that over the past couple of seasons, he has not even come close to giving his club its money's worth.
River Ave. Blues Oct 9, 2014

Teixeira “wasn’t strong enough” in 2014, begins early offseason workouts

Via Dan Barbarisi: Mark Teixeira has already started offseason workouts after admitting he wasn’t strong enough to get through this past season. “I just didn’t have the strength. The rotation wasn’t there. The explosiveness wasn’t there. I just wasn’t strong enough to get through the season,” he said. “I’m doing light workouts right now, and […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogTeixeira “wasn’t strong enough” in 2014, begins early offseason workouts The post Teixeira “wasn’t strong enough” in 2014, begins early offseason workouts appeared first...
Newark Star-Ledger Oct 7, 2014
Yankees' Mark Teixeira: I want to play 150 games

Yankees' Mark Teixeira: I want to play 150 games

Backtracks a bit on September comment
New York Daily News Oct 6, 2014
Yankees' Mark Teixeira has an eye on 150 games

Yankees' Mark Teixeira has an eye on 150 games

Mark Teixeira spoke Monday about exchanging text messages with Alex Rodriguez, but a different kind of message — one delivered by Hal Steinbrenner last Wednesday — is the one that seems to be making an impact on the Yankees' first baseman.
Newsday Oct 6, 2014

Mark Teixeira ready to welcome back Alex Rodriguez

After saying goodbye to Derek Jeter as a teammate, Mark Teixeira is ready to welcome back Alex Rodriguez to the Yankees' clubhouse next season, the first baseman said Monday.

Burning Questions: Can Yanks get deeper?

This is the fifth in a series of 10 Burning Questions the Yankees face this offseason. The Core Four is gone, but aging and injury issues remain for the Yankees. Alex Rodriguez, 39, CC Sabathia, 34, and Mark Teixeira, 34, all have three years left on their contracts and a variety of injuries that certainly make them less than sure things. Carlos Beltran, 37, has two more seasons. Masahiro Tanaka (elbow), Ivan Nova (elbow) and Michael Pineda (who knows) all have have a certain level of injury concern going into 2015.

Gardner and Teixeira return for Jeter’s finale

Ichiro Suzuki RF Derek Jeter DH Brett Gardner CF Mark Teixeira 1B Chase Headley 3B Stephen Drew SS Francisco Cervelli C Chris Young LF Jose Pirela 2B RHP Michael Pineda The post Gardner and Teixeira return for Jeter’s finale appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

Pregame notes: Tex in lineup

NEW YORK -- On Wednesday, Joe Girardi hinted that Mark Teixeira, who has recently experienced new soreness in his surgically-repaired right wrist, might not play again once the Yankees were eliminated from playoff contention. Well, it's Thursday, the Yankees are out, and Teixeira is in. The lineup, that is, batting fourth and playing first base. Mark Teixeira#25 1BNew York Yankees2014 STATS GM122 HR22 RBI61 R56 OBP.318 AVG.219Teixeira, who had a home run and an RBI double in Wednesday's 9-5 loss, had said after the game that he planned on playing, pending clearance from the medical staff.
New York Post Sep 25, 2014
Yankees likely to shut down Teixeira for rest of season

Yankees likely to shut down Teixeira for rest of season

The Yankees’ chance at the postseason officially ended on Wednesday and Mark Teixeira’s season may have ended with it. Manager Joe Girardi said he will talk with the first baseman...
KFFL Sep 24, 2014

Yankees | Mark Teixeira may be shut down

New York Yankees 1B Mark Teixeira (wrist) could be shut down for the remainder of ...
River Ave. Blues Sep 24, 2014

McCann’s recent homer binge an encouraging sign heading into the offseason

The Yankees are one loss (or one Royals and Athletics win) away from being eliminated from postseason contention because their offense simply did not produce enough this summer. Specifically, the team’s big money middle of the order bats did not perform as expected. Carlos Beltran, Mark Teixeira, and Brian McCann have all been major disappointments […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogMcCann’s recent homer binge an encouraging sign heading into the offseason The post McCann’s recent homer binge an encouraging sign heading into the offseason appeared first on River...
KFFL Sep 23, 2014

Yankees | Mark Teixeira back in lineup

New York Yankees 1B Mark Teixeira (wrist) is back in the starting lineup Tuesday, Sept. ...
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 23, 2014
UPDATE: Mark Teixeira is back in the Yankees lineup

UPDATE: Mark Teixeira is back in the Yankees lineup

Mark Teixeira is back in the Yankees lineup tonight.
KFFL Sep 22, 2014

Yankees | Mark Teixeira receives shot

New York Yankees 1B Mark Teixeira (wrist) received a cortisone shot for his injured wrist ...

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