2:11 PM EDT, Fri May 27, 2016
New York Post

A-Rod’s bat looks in midseason form in 1st rehab game

The venue changed, but Alex Rodriguez’s swing made a successful return Tuesday night. Rodriguez didn’t make his major league return as the Yankees had initially planned, after three weeks on the DL with a right hamstring injury, but instead was the designated hitter in a rehab game at Double-A Trenton, where he went 2-for-4 with an RBI single...

New York Post

Why Yankees pumped the brakes on A-Rod’s return

Alex Rodriguez was ready to return to the field Tuesday night for the first time in three weeks, just not ready to return to the majors just yet. Though the Yankees initially said Rodriguez would return to The Bronx once he was ready to return from the right hamstring injury that put him on the...

New York Post

How DL-ed A-Rod has opened door for Beltran, Refsnyder

OAKLAND, Calif. — In the days leading to this past Thursday, the plan was for Alex Rodriguez to jump off the disabled list and resume being the Yankees’ designated hitter. Now, the earliest Rodriguez will be activated is Tuesday, when the Yankees open a three-game series against the Blue Jays in The Bronx. Manager Joe...

New York Post

A-Rod’s ‘good day’ doesn’t clarify his timetable

OAKLAND, Calif. — Alex Rodriguez continued to run the bases before Friday night’s 8-3 win over the Athletics at the Oakland Coliseum, but there was no word whether the designated hitter would come off the disabled list Saturday or Sunday. “Today was a good day,” manager Joe Girardi said. “He ran the arcs and was much quicker on...

Newark Star-Ledger

Should Yankees' Carlos Beltran be stealing Alex Rodriguez's DH job?

Beltran and Yankees have taken off since A-Rod went on disabled list.

New York Post

Why Yankees won’t green-light A-Rod return just yet

PHOENIX — Don’t look for Alex Rodriguez to jump off the disabled list before Saturday in Oakland against the Athletics, and that isn’t a lock. Rodriguez ran lightly on the grass beyond the infield dirt and took batting practice prior to the Yankees’ 4-2 victory over the Diamondbacks on Wednesday night at Chase Field. While...

Newark Star-Ledger

WATCH: Yankees' Alex Rodriguez tests hamstring with some jogging

A-Rod is eligible to come off disabled list on Thursday.

New York Post

A-Rod gets exact injury diagnosis with 15-day hope

Alex Rodriguez was diagnosed with a Grade 1-plus right hamstring injury after being examined by team physician Chris Ahmad on Friday, and manager Joe Girardi is hopeful the Yankees’ designated hitter will be able to return to the lineup when he’s eligible to come off the 15-day disabled list. Rodriguez suffered the injury on Tuesday...

New York Post

Yankees add Brett Gardner to list of things to worry about

BALTIMORE — Having placed Alex Rodriguez on the disabled list earlier in the day, the Yankees have their fingers firmly crossed there is nothing seriously wrong with Brett Gardner’s right arm. Gardner was hit on the back of the elbow at the bottom of his triceps muscle in the eighth inning of Wednesday night’s 7-0...

Newark Star-Ledger

Yankees injury updates: Brett Gardner eh, Alex Rodriguez a mystery

"We'll talk to the doctor [Friday]," Girardi said about A-Rod

New York Post

Yankees face power drain as A-Rod goes on DL

Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday with a strained right hamstring. Rodriguez suffered the injury running out a ground ball during Tuesday night’s 4-1 loss to the Orioles. The 40-year-old slugger leads the team in home runs (five) and is tied for the team lead in RBIs...

Newark Star-Ledger

WATCH: Yankees' Alex Rodriguez hits career home run No. 690

Veteran DH was back in lineup Wednesday after missing two games due to injury.

Alex Rodriguez arrives at Yankees camp

New York Yankees DH Alex Rodriguez and manager Joe Girardi speak about A-Rod's temperament at Spring Training, and expectations for him this season.