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New York Daily News Mar 29, 2015
Yankees Insider: Teixeira OK after being hit in knee

Yankees Insider: Teixeira OK after being hit in knee

For weeks, Mark Teixeira has talked about feeling as good as he has in three years.
New York Post Mar 29, 2015

Teixeira knee scare reminds how quickly Yanks can nosedive

TAMPA — “Oh, [expletive]!” Mark Teixeira exclaimed Sunday morning, and a tranquil intra-camp game, while the official Yankees team took on the Astros in Kissimmee, turned suddenly serious at the...
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 29, 2015

Yankees' Mark Teixeira hurt, leaves game

Teixeira had made it through the spring healthy until ...
River Ave. Blues Mar 21, 2015

Open Thread: March 21st Camp Notes

Thanks to a three-run rally in the bottom of the ninth, the Yankees walked off with a 3-2 win over the Astros this afternoon. Eddy Rodriguez doubled in two runs to tie the game and Jake Cave sealed the win with a sacrifice fly. Carlos Beltran went 1-for-3, Mark Teixeira went 2-for-3, and both Brian [...] Open Thread: March 21st Camp Notes is a post from: River Avenue Blues The post Open Thread: March 21st Camp Notes appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 19, 2015

Yankees' Hal Steinbrenner to Mark Teixeira and Carlos Beltran: Produce!

Teixeira, Beltran, McCann and Rodriguez, combined, are netting $77.1 million alone this season

Yankees postgame notes: Mark Teixeira (finally) goes yard

TAMPA, Fla. -- The Yankees are counting on a healthy Mark Teixeira to provide the kind of power that was lacking from the middle of their injury-decimated batting order last season, so it could not have been encouraging when a trim, apparently healthy and famously gluten-free Teixeira managed just three singles in his first 20 spring training at-bats. And it certainly must have been a relief to see Teixeira finally hit one out of the park, and to left-center from the left-handed side of the plate, leading off the fourth inning against Toronto Blue Jays starter Drew Hutchison.

Notes: Yanks say (soccer) field will be fine

TAMPA, Fla. -- Despite some players fearing the worst and Mark Teixeira saying it's going to "suck" the Yankees' front office maintains that the Yankee Stadium field will be fine despite the fact that NYCFC, the new Major League Soccer team, will be sharing it. "The field will be fine for both sports," Yankees president Randy Levine said by phone Wednesday. Teixeira's full statement to the New York Daily News: "It's going to suck, but you have to deal with it.
Newsday Mar 7, 2015

Mark Teixeira anchors what should be a much-improved infield for Yankees

If nothing else, the Yankees' infield on Opening Day should be better than the one that took the field in Houston to begin last season.
River Ave. Blues Mar 3, 2015

Teixeira’s Last Chance for Redemption [2015 Season Preview]

By the end of 2012, it was hard not to be sick of Mark Teixeira. Everything seemed rosy in 2009, the first season of his eight-year deal, but the good vibes didn’t last long. He still added pop to the lineup, but he lost a little something each season after that glorious Yankees debut. At [...] Teixeira’s Last Chance for Redemption [2015 Season Preview] is a post from: River Avenue Blues The post Teixeira’s Last Chance for Redemption [2015 Season Preview] appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Newark Star-Ledger Feb 28, 2015

Trainer: Yankees' Mark Teixeira in 'best shape of his life'

Trainer Ben Prentiss spent more than four months whipping the first baseman into shape

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