7:33 PM EDT, Sun May 27, 2018
River Ave. Blues 2 hours ago
Yankees 3, Angels 1: Tanaka leads Yanks to another series win

Yankees 3, Angels 1: Tanaka leads Yanks to another series win

This one will not go on MLB’s pace-of-play highlight reel. But, a win is a win, and the Yankees picked up a 3-1 win over the Angels in the series finale Sunday afternoon. They’ve won nine of their last ten series. That is pretty, pretty good. Just Don’t Swing The three-run third inning rally started […] The post Yankees 3, Angels 1: Tanaka leads Yanks to another series win appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
River Ave. Blues 7 hours ago

Game 49: Rubber Game

The bad news: Last night’s game happened. What a stinker. The good news: There’s another game today. The best and worst thing about baseball is that they play every single day. You can’t enjoy wins too long and you get a chance to bounce back from losses quick. The Yankees and Angels split the...
www.bostonherald.com 2 hours ago

Tanaka leads Yankees over Ohtani, Angels 3-1

NEW YORK — Masahiro Tanaka scattered three hits over six strong innings and struck out fellow Japanese countryman Shohei Ohtani twice as the New York Yankees defeated the Los Angeles Angels 3-1 Sunday.Brett Gardner had three hits for New York, which won five...
Halos Heaven 2 hours ago

Woe is the offense, woe is Garrett Richards, and woe is this team as the Halos drop series to Yanks

Losing Friday and Sunday means the first road series loss of the year. Yankees 3, Angels 1 It was a tough task, the tallest of orders, to turn around after Saturday’s offensive outburst and face Masahiro Tanaka and his pretty solid 1.10 WHIP, although his ERA is inflated. Shohei Ohtani made the...
OC Register 8 hours ago
Angels’ Shohei Ohtani comes up empty in duel with Masahiro Tanaka

Angels’ Shohei Ohtani comes up empty in duel with Masahiro Tanaka

Ohtani struck out twice and walked against Tanaka. Over the weekend in New York, he went 0 for 9 with four walks. He may pitch on Wednesday in Detroit.
Pinstripe Alley 1 hour ago

Yankees 3, Angels 1: Masahiro Tanaka pitches New York to series win

The Yankees plate three in a wild third inning and hang on for the win behind Masahiro Tanaka. When Masahiro Tanaka faced the Angels in Anaheim last month, he took the mound in the first inning with a 5-0 lead. The Yankees scored five more runs in the second,...
NorthJersey.com 1 hour ago

New York Yankees: Aaron Boone on Masahiro Tanaka and Shohei Ohtani

New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone discusses Masahiro Tanaka facing Shohei Ohtani after the Yankees 3-1 win over the Angels.        
Pinstripe Alley 2 hours ago
The Yankees and the Hanley Ramirez Precedent

The Yankees and the Hanley Ramirez Precedent

Big money DFAs are becoming increasingly commonplace, so where does that leave Jacoby Ellsbury? The most surprising thing to happen in baseball on Friday wasn’t Gleyber Torres hitting another historic home run, although that was more than welcome. It was the Boston Red Sox shedding the last major contract of their 2014 spending spree and designating Hanley Ramirez for assignment. Ramirez struggled mightily in Boston, being a below-average hitter in three of his four seasons with the Red Sox. With an annual salary of $22 million, and taking up a valuable roster spot, Boston brass decided...
Here's why the Yankees are giving Gleyber Torres the day off

Here's why the Yankees are giving Gleyber Torres the day off

Gleyber Torres is dealing with a minor left knee injury and was not in the Yankees’ lineup Sunday afternoon.

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Yankees finally contain Mike Trout in series finale

Yankees finally contain Mike Trout in series finale

It took three days, but the Yankees finally figured out Mike Trout. Or maybe they just got lucky.
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Giancarlo Stanton struggles again for New York Yankees, Gleyber Torres gets some rest

Giancarlo Stanton struggles again for New York Yankees, Gleyber Torres gets some rest

Giancarlo stanton struck out four times in the Yankees 3-1 win over the Angels.         

DotF: Chance Adams gets rocked in Scranton’s win

LHP Ryan Bollinger has cleared waivers and been outrighted to Double-A Trenton, the Yankees announced. That opens up a 40-man roster spot. The Yankees will need that when they call someone (David Hale?) up to start one the doubleheader games against the Tigers next week. Bollinger spent one day in the big leagues earlier this […] The post DotF: Chance Adams gets rocked in Scranton’s win appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Pinstripe Alley 4 hours ago
The Yankees can fix David Robertson

The Yankees can fix David Robertson

Robertson’s numbers in May look terrible. It would all go away if he can rediscover his command. Believe it or not, David Robertson’s 2018 season has not been all bad. Sure, it may feel that way, especially considering one of our earliest memories is a Justin Smoak grand slam off of D-Rob in the Yankees’ first ugly loss of the year. Struggling through an awful May also hasn’t helped the current perception of Robertson. Still, there was a time in April when Robertson pitched like his usual self. After surrendering the Smoak slam, the veteran reliever responded by tossing 5.2 perfect...
Pinstripe Alley 8 hours ago
Yankees 2018 Draft Profile: Outfield organizational depth

Yankees 2018 Draft Profile: Outfield organizational depth

The Yankees have a lot of outfielder in their system, but what’s a few more? The Yankees have six starting-caliber outfielders, and Jacoby Ellsbury, on their 40-man roster right now. This organization is probably set here right now, but as the draft comes, you have to consider the future. There are some interesting people floating around in the minor league system, and it wouldn’t hurt for the Yankees to bing in another injections of talent. Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton give the big league team plenty of offense, though neither Brett Gardner nor Aaron Hicks are safe in the...
River Ave. Blues 9 hours ago

Living in the Past: Gleyber Torres and Baseball at Large

It’s impossible to know when or how the Gleyber Torres era will end, but it certainly has started with a bang. Torres has already hit nine home runs and the Yankees have been on a tear since they promoted the 21 year old middle infielder. For all its typical uncertainty, the future looks as bright […] The post Living in the Past: Gleyber Torres and Baseball at Large appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Pinstripe Alley 12 hours ago
NYY News: Let the record show that Judge hits lots of dingers

NYY News: Let the record show that Judge hits lots of dingers

Judge now fastest to hit 70 dingers; MLB hires scientists to explain upsurge in home runs; lack of efficient starting pitching to blame for Toe’s demotion; Cashman impressed by Torres’ power MLB.com | Mandy Bell: Another day, another historic dinger from the New York Yankees. Yesterday’s juicy history dong came courtesy of Aaron Judge, who decided to show up Brett Gardner after he led off the inning with one. Rude. Judge’s 14th home run of the year is also the 70th of his career, making him the quickest player to ever reach 70 home runs. Ryan Howard held the previous record. Let’s...
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Why the NY Yankees kept pitching to Mike Trout on monster night

Why the NY Yankees kept pitching to Mike Trout on monster night

There were thoughts of walking the New Jersey native, but manager Aaron Boone thought it would have been the wrong decision.         
Mike Axisa / River Ave. Blues 20 hours ago

Angels 11, Yankees 4: Mike Trout is good, Sonny Gray is not

None of that would’ve happened if the Yankees hadn’t sent Ronald Torreyes down! In all seriousness, woof, what a miserable game that was. The first two innings were great! Everything fell apart after that. The Yankees dropped Saturday night’s game 11-4 to the Angels. They’ve now allowed 35 runs (and 30 walks) in their last […] The post Angels 11, Yankees 4: Mike Trout is good, Sonny Gray is not appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
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Yankees’ Aaron Boone on why Sonny Gray pitched to Mike Trout

Yankees’ Aaron Boone on why Sonny Gray pitched to Mike Trout

The Yankees considered walking Mike Trout but ultimately thought different.         
Pinstripe Alley 20 hours ago
Yankees 4, Angels 11: Sonny Gray is bad again

Yankees 4, Angels 11: Sonny Gray is bad again

Just when you think he has figured it out, Gray has another rough outing. This game started off with so much promise, but got away from the Yankees in a hurry. The offense gave Gray a 4-1 lead to work with, and it just wasn’t enough. He had another awful outing, surrendering five earned runs through three and two-thirds innings. The Yankees had to turn to the bullpen early, demonstrating just why they opted to send Ronald Torreyes down in favor of keeping 13 pitchers. The Angels wasted no time getting on the board. Zack Cozart led off with a single that deflected off of Miguel...

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    Masahiro Tanaka

    Masahiro Tanaka bests Shohei Ohtani as Yankees beat Angels

  • 6 Sonny Gray

    Sonny Gray

    Yankees 4, Angels 11: Sonny Gray is bad again

  • 4 Ronald Torreyes

    Ronald Torreyes

    Yankees activate 1B Greg Bird, send Torreyes to Triple-A

  • 3 Aaron Judge

    Aaron Judge

    Yankees 2018 Draft Profile: Outfield organizational depth

  • 3 Brett Gardner

    Brett Gardner

    Yankees 2018 Draft Profile: Outfield organizational depth

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