7:57 PM EDT, Wed March 20, 2019
Baltimore Sun 32 mins ago

Yankees guest instructor Lee Mazzilli, former Orioles manager, struck by ball in batting practice

New York Yankees guest instructor and former Orioles manager Lee Mazzilli was struck in the head by a ball in batting practice Wednesday and taken to a local hospital. Yankees spokesman Jason Zillo said in an email that Mazzilli “will spend the night at the hospital for observation.” In his only...
River Ave. Blues 56 mins ago

March 20th Spring Training Notes: Sevy, Wade, Montgomery, Chapman, Happ, Sabathia, Mazzilli

?Your browser does not support iframes.The Yankees dropped this afternoon’s game to the Astros. It’s their first loss in nearly two weeks. Jonathan Holder threw two scoreless innings as the opener but did allow a lot of hard contact. The wind knocked some balls down and his defense made some nice plays. It was a […] The post March 20th Spring Training Notes: Sevy, Wade, Montgomery, Chapman, Happ, Sabathia, Mazzilli appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
SNY TV 2 hours ago

Yankees takeaways from Wednesday's 2-1 loss to Astros

The Astros and Yankees were stuck in a pitcher's duel on Wednesday afternoon, but it was Houston coming away with the 2-1 win in the end
Pinstripe Alley 3 hours ago
Yankees lose to Astros as Tyler Wade exits with hip tightness

Yankees lose to Astros as Tyler Wade exits with hip tightness

The Yankees’ six-game winning streak was snapped, and they suffered another minor injury as Tyler Wade went down. After a winning week of spring training games, the Yankees finally saw their winning streak snapped. They headed to West Palm Beach today with a six-game streak in tow, but fell to the Astros by a score of 2-1. In fairness, the Yankees rested most of their regulars, while the Astros trotted out a lineup of stars, fronted by Jose Altuve, Alex Bregman, and George Springer. You can check out the full box score here. On to our three main takeaways: Gary Sanchez continues to...
River Ave. Blues 3 hours ago

Barring another injury, Jacoby Ellsbury will force the Yankees’ hand soon

At some point in the next month or two, the Yankees will have to make a decision on the future of Jacoby Ellsbury. His extended absence came to an end when he reported to Tampa last weekend. Although he won’t be ready for opening day, it seems like his saga is nearing an inflection point. […] The post Barring another injury, Jacoby Ellsbury will force the Yankees’ hand soon appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Pinstripe Alley 4 hours ago
The Yankees shouldn’t hand Gio Gonzalez a spot in the rotation just yet

The Yankees shouldn’t hand Gio Gonzalez a spot in the rotation just yet

Gio Gonzalez is a nice addition, but rushing him to the Bronx could be a mistake. With Luis Severino now out until May, the Yankees signed Gio Gonzalez in an attempt to insure their starting rotation. It’s hard to knock a minor-league signing, at the least from the team’s perspective, and this deal is no exception. Gonzalez has been a legitimate rotation option for nearly a decade and is set to make less money than the Yankees paid to Chris Capuano four years ago. There’s virtually no risk in a deal like this. However, the reward might be limited as well. The low upside of this deal...
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Starting his throwing program, Luis Severino begins his route back to Yankees' rotation

Starting his throwing program, Luis Severino begins his route back to Yankees' rotation

Playing catch on Wednesday represented progress for Yankees ace Luis Severino, who was shut down for two weeks with rotator cuff inflammation.         
Call to the Pen 6 hours ago

New York Yankees: Luis Cessa has one last chance to impress

The New York Yankees have given Luis Cessa plenty of opportunities to showcase his talent on the bump but each time, he’s floundered. He has to make the most when given his next shot at a starting role. There are some players in the MLB that frequently disappoint fans no matter how many opportunities they […] New York Yankees: Luis Cessa has one last chance to impress - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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Yankees' Luis Severino speaks following the resumption of his throwing program

Yankees' Luis Severino speaks following the resumption of his throwing program

Yankees ace Luis Severino spoke to the press after he resumed his throwing program at camp.         
NorthJersey.com 6 hours ago
'I'm ready to go': Gio Gonzalez set to help New York Yankees' rotation immediately

'I'm ready to go': Gio Gonzalez set to help New York Yankees' rotation immediately

Gio Gonzalez arrives at Yankees camp and sees instant opportunity to contribute        
River Ave. Blues 6 hours ago

The Overqualified Sixth and Seventh Relievers [2019 Season Preview]

On paper, the Yankees have a comically deep bullpen with three or four (or five?) relievers who would qualify as the best reliever on a not insignificant number of other teams. Things don’t always play out the way they look on paper, that’s just baseball, but the Yankees have clearly assembled an enviable collection of […] The post The Overqualified Sixth and Seventh Relievers [2019 Season Preview] appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
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Lefty Gio Gonzalez sees opportunity to contribute right away in the Yankees' rotation

Lefty Gio Gonzalez sees opportunity to contribute right away in the Yankees' rotation

Gio Gonzalez arrives at Yankees camp and sees instant opportunity to contribute         
River Ave. Blues 7 hours ago

Spring Training Game Thread: Another Opener

Over the last few weeks Aaron Boone has gone from “you don’t envision that” to “I would expect there is a good chance” when asked about possibly using an opener this season. Due to injuries, something that wasn’t in the cards is now a very real possibility. Chad Green opened yesterday’s game — “I think […] The post Spring Training Game Thread: Another Opener appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Pinstripe Alley 7 hours ago
Yankees vs. Astros: Jonathan Holder vs. Wade Miley

Yankees vs. Astros: Jonathan Holder vs. Wade Miley

The Yankees put their six-game winning streak on the line as they send another opener to the mound. The Yankees are on a roll. Sure, that roll is occurring in spring training, but a roll nonetheless. They entered today’s matchup with the Astros having reeled off six straight exhibition wins. Those wins mean nothing, but it probably feels better than six consecutive losses. It appears the Yankees will continue to fiddle around with openers, today sending out right-handed reliever Jonathan Holder as their first pitcher. Holder has allowed just one run in 8.1 innings this spring, and is...
SNY TV 7 hours ago

Greg Bird, Luke Voit both in lineup for Yankees vs. Astros, Wednesday at 1:05 p.m.

The Yankees' first base competition continues to heat up as both Luke Voit and Greg Bird are in the lineup Wednesday against the Astros.

Yankees Player News

  • 4 Luis Severino

    Luis Severino

    Yankees' Luis Severino speaks following the resumption of his throwing program

  • 2 CC Sabathia

    CC Sabathia

    Using CC Sabathia’s suspension to gain another roster spot for five games

  • 2 Dellin Betances

    Dellin Betances

    Yankees reportedly not close on extensions with Didi Gregorius, Dellin Betances

  • 2 Gary Sanchez

    Gary Sanchez

    Yankees lose to Astros as Tyler Wade exits with hip tightness

  • 2 Jonathan Holder

    Jonathan Holder

    Yankees vs. Astros: Jonathan Holder vs. Wade Miley

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