4:38 AM EDT, Sat June 25, 2016
New York Post

Ike Davis resigned to Yankees exit, blaming his bad luck

Ike Davis is still waiting for his first at-bat in Yankee Stadium since signing with the team last week. In two games against right-handed starters, Davis stayed on the bench in favor of Rob Refsnyder. And with Mark Teixeira potentially on the verge of rejoining the Yankees on Saturday after rehabbing a knee injury, it’s...

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Gibson: I felt more like myself

Twins righthander Kyle Gibson said,"I felt more like myself" Thursday against the Yankees, as he works his way back from a shoulder injury. Gibson allowed three runs in 6 1/3 innings.

New York Post

Mark Teixeira’s all lubricated and feeling great

DENVER — Mark Teixeira is so encouraged by the way his right knee injury is responding to cortisone and lubricant products, he thinks he could come off the disabled list next Friday when the Yankees host the Twins at Yankee Stadium. Teixeira and the Yankees are pointing to him starting a two-game minor league rehab assignment with Double-A...

New York Post

Two injured by falling branch outside Yankee Stadium

A tree branch toppled onto a man and woman outside Yankee Stadium on Sunday afternoon, sending them to the hospital, police and fire officials said. The injured pair were taken to Lincoln Hospital with minor injuries after the branch fell at about 1 p.m. Their identities and ages weren’t immediately released. The Yankees were holding...

Newark Star-Ledger

No knee surgery? Yankees' Mark Teixeira making progress week into rehab

First baseman surprisingly already is close to doing some running.

New York Post

How Rob Refsnyder arose from the curse of Yankees’ 1st base

Mark Teixeira still hasn’t begun baseball activities as he attempts to avoid surgery to repair torn cartilage in his right knee. Chris Parmelee is out for at least a month with a hamstring injury and Dustin Ackley won’t be back this season. So that leaves Rob Refsnyder as the Yankees’ starting first baseman — at...

New York Post

Yankees hit by another brutal injury in sweep of Angels

Just like you don’t pick and choose the good and bad in life, the Yankees don’t get a say in the schedule they play. Yet, based on the way the Yankees punished the Angels’ pitching staff during a four-game sweep that ended with a 6-3 win Thursday night in front of an announced crowd of...

Newark Star-Ledger

No surgery for Yankees' Mark Teixeira: What it means

He won't be back for a while. Here's how that affects the Yankees

New York Post

Adamant Teixeira: I’ll play with pain over giving in to surgery

Mark Teixeira admitted the torn cartilage in his right knee isn’t going to “magically” get better, but he’d rather try to play with the injury than guarantee that his 2016 season is over. That’s why the first baseman and the Yankees are hoping that three weeks of rest and treatment will reduce the discomfort and...

New York Post

Yankees aren’t giving up on Mark Teixeira comeback

Mark Teixeira isn’t coming back any time soon, but the Yankees hope the first baseman is back on the field — somewhere —in three weeks as he deals with torn cartilage in his right knee. Teixeira had the knee examined on Monday and the team decided against surgery — at least for now. “Our goal...

New York Post

Nick Swisher’s minors obscurity: ‘I don’t want to be here’

MOOSIC, Pa. — Nick Swisher spent part of his pregame signing autographs on Saturday — but once again, it was at a minor league park and not with the Yankees. After seeing Dustin Ackley and Mark Teixeira both go down with injuries, the 35-year-old saw Rob Refsnyder and Chris Parmelee head to the Yankees, while...

New York Post

Mark Teixeira goes down as Yankees’ fears becoming reality

BALTIMORE — Already without Brian McCann, the Yankees lost Mark Teixeira to a knee injury Friday night. “For whatever reason, [his right knee] locked up,” Joe Girardi said of the slumping first baseman who grounded out to first in the second inning of a 6-5 loss to the Orioles and was replaced by Rob Refsnyder...

Newark Star-Ledger

Yankees' Mark Teixeira not hitting a lick ... and now hurt again

First baseman left Friday's game in the third inning with a knee injury.

Seattle Times

Former Mariner Dustin Ackley out for season with shoulder surgery

The Yankees’ infielder was hitting only .148 this season.

New York Post

Dustin Ackley’s season could be done with shoulder injury

TORONTO — The Yankees’ first-base outlook became a little more cloudy on Monday with Dustin Ackley heading to the 15-day disabled list with a right shoulder injury. Ackley suffered the injury in the Yankees’ 2-1 victory Sunday in Tampa Bay, forcing Mark Teixeira, who has not started the past five games because of neck spasms,...

Tampa Bay Times

Rays-Yankees Sunday preview

Today: vs. Yankees 1:10, Tropicana Field TV/radio: Fox Sports Sun; 620-AM, 680-AM (Spanish)

Tampa Bay Times

Rays' Matt Moore ends six-start winless streak (w/ video)

ST. PETERSBURG — LHP Matt Moore pitched out of a two-on, no-out jam in the first inning and earned his second win of the season Saturday in the Rays' 9-5 victory against the Yankees.

New York Post

Yankees avoid humiliation and steal win in one-hit escape

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — One hit in nine innings produced two runs and a skinny lead for the Yankees on Sunday. To the Rays, who had to face Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman during the final three innings, the one-run lead might as well have been a double-digit bulge. Working in the same...

Tampa Bay Times

Rays allow one hit yet lose to Yankees

ST. PETERSBURG — Jake Odorizzi was eight outs from a no-hitter when Starlin Castro lined a ball over the left-centerfield fence with a man on first Sunday in the seventh inning.

New York Post

Get Michael Pineda out of Yankees rotation right now

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — In the end, baseball is a matter of talent and trust. Trust in your players. Trust in your team. Trust in yourself. Michael Pineda has talent, there is no doubt about that. But trust? He fails on all accounts, and Saturday’s terrible 9-5 loss to the Rays at Tropicana Field was...

Tampa Bay Times

Rays falls to Yankees despite Archer's effort

Unearned run do in the Rays' starter in his latest defeat.

Tampa Bay Times

Hank Conger's big day leads Rays past Yankees

Blurb going right hey and going here yep yy and going here yeppp.

New York Post

Michael Pineda is a full-blown disaster

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Here are six very small words that should freeze the marrow on every level of the Yankees’ organization. “I feel strong. I feel good.’’ Those words were uttered by Michael Pineda after he was the biggest reason the Rays hung a 9-5 loss on the Yankees on Saturday in front of...