10:41 PM EDT, Wed August 24, 2016
New York Post

How Nathan Eovaldi loss has affected the Yankees’ staff

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Nathan Eovaldi’s season came to an end when it was discovered he had not only a slight tear to his UCL that required Tommy John surgery, but also a torn flexor tendon. He underwent surgery for both Friday and the procedures went “as expected,” according to the Yankees. Since the rehab time...

Newark Star-Ledger

7 Yankees things we learned Friday; Offseason plan for Greg Bird

Two Yankees regulars not playing Friday in Anaheim due to nagging injuries.

Newark Star-Ledger

Nathan Eovaldi elbow surgery: What it means for Yankees

The Yankees just lost a potential rotation cog for the 2017 season.

Newark Star-Ledger

Baby Bombers success hasn't caused Yankees to forget about Greg Bird

A shoulder injury cost Greg Bird the 2016 season, but the team still believes he's a big part of the future.

New York Post

Nathan Eovaldi reveals Tommy John surgery shocker

The Yankees rotation took another shot on Tuesday, when Nathan Eovaldi announced that he would miss the rest of this season and all of 2017 due to a torn flexor tendon and a partially torn UCL — both of which will require surgery. “It’s a huge blow,” Eovaldi said outside the Yankees clubhouse after he...

New York Post

Tyler Austin has chance to make himself invaluable to Yankees

Tyler Austin made a nice play on Brad Miller’s liner to first to end the top of the fourth in the Yankees’ 12-3 loss Sunday to the Rays, and there’s a chance you could see more of him at the corner. The rookie was there for a second straight game in place of Mark Teixeira,...

Fish Tank | Palm Beach Post

Could the Miami Marlins replace Giancarlo Stanton with A-Rod?

The New York Yankees held a lightning-filled retirement ceremony for Alex Rodriguez before their Friday game with the Tampa Bay Rays, but when Rodriguez walked off the field in the middle ...

Tampa Bay Times

Rays rout Yankees to spoil Mariano Rivera ceremony

NEW YORK — The Rays didn't let the Yankees celebrate all weekend, spoiling Sunday's Mariano Rivera plaque unveiling by posting a sweep-avoiding 12-3 win.

The Ledger

Longoria drives in 4 as Rays rout youthful Yankees

Corey Dickerson hit a three-run homer off Luis Severino, Evan Longoria added a three-run double against Luis Cessa to cap a six-run fourth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays rolled to a 12-3 rout Sunday of the New York Yankees, who started eight players 26 years old or younger for the first time in 49 years.

New York Post

Luis Severino gets lit up to spoil Yankees’ momentum

The Yankees’ 2016 youth movement ran into a bit of a speed bump on Sunday — and it came in the form of their 2015 youth movement. Luis Severino, who would have been pitching in the minors on this turn were it not for Nathan Eovaldi’s elbow injury, was hammered in a 12-3 loss to...

New York Post

New-look Yankees pound Rays on day 1996 title team honored

The Yankees are embracing their “Out with the old, in with the new” mentality more than ever before. And so far, it seems to be working. Newcomers Tyler Austin and Aaron Judge hit two of the Yankees’ five homers in an 8-4 victory over the Rays on Saturday, and Masahiro Tanaka pitched seven innings for...

Tampa Bay Times

Youngsters power Yankees past Rays

NEW YORK — The Rays got a glimpse of the new look of the Yankees on Saturday, and it had to be concerning.

Tampa Bay Times

Duffy, Rays share excitement about his debut vs. Yankees

NEW YORK — SS Matt Duffy was excited and a tad nervous to finally join the Rays on Friday, 11 days after being acquired from the Giants in the Matt Moore trade, and manager Kevin Cash said the Rays were happy to have him.

Newark Star-Ledger

Rays vs. Yankees: RECAP of Alex Rodriguez's last game

Stay with us as the Yankees honor Alex Rodriguez and he plays his final game before retirement. Rodriguez had asked to play in the field, but manager Joe Girardi did not seem inclined to let him do so. Rodriguez will face the Tampa Bay Rays one last time before becoming a special advisor to Hal Steinbrenner.

The Ledger

Austin, Judge homer in 1st at-bats as Yanks beat Rays

Tyler Austin and Aaron Judge became the first teammates to hit home runs in the first at-bats of their major league debuts in the same game, sparking the New York Yankees to an 8-4 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday.

Newark Star-Ledger

Alex Rodriguez: 5 predictions for last Yankees game

Rodriguez will say goodbye to the Yankees after they face the Rays at Yankee Stadium on Friday

Newark Star-Ledger

Yankees' Alex Rodriguez's last game: What time, channel, live stream, how to watch online (8/12/16)

Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez will play the last game of his career against the Rays on Friday night at Yankee Stadium. He had asked manager Joe Girardi if he could play third base, but it doesn't look like that will happen. A-Rod will become a special adviser to owner Hal Steinbrenner after hanging up his cleats.

Tampa Bay Times

A-Rod told he won't play field in final Yankees game against Rays

BOSTON — Alex Rodriguez was turned down in his request to play the field for his final game with the Yankees.

New York Post

Nathan Eovaldi’s balky elbow brings pitching staff shakeup

BOSTON — Nathan Eovaldi will get a second opinion on his right elbow after being examined by Yankees physician Chris Ahmad and undergoing a dye contrast MRI exam Thursday. That doesn’t bode well for any pitcher, let alone one who missed the final month of last season with elbow inflammation and underwent Tommy John surgery...

Full Count | WEEI

Red Sox pregame notes: David Ortiz ‘good enough’ to start against the Yankees; Betts still hurting

Prior to Thursday’s matchup between the Red Sox and the Yankees, manager John Farrell gave the latest injury updates on both David Ortiz and Mookie Betts. Farrell said he got a text from Ortiz this morning saying that the slugger was good to go after fouling a ball of his shin at the end of […]

New York Post

The Mets have become an absolute embarrassment

If you are scoring at home, mark this loss, this Mets season, with an “E.’’ As in embarrassment. Two weekends ago in Florida, the Yankees were pretending to be in a wild-card race only to be swept by the Rays, a team 20 games under .500. Guess what, if the Mets lose again Thursday afternoon,...