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One week ago, the Yankees actually weren’t playing all that poorly. They’d just gone on the road to take two of three against the Rays, two of three against the Mets — who were hot and dangerous — and one of three against the Blue Jays. They’d come home to take three of four against […] The post Had a bad week? The Yankees have certainly been there before appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
BALTIMORE — Who knew how much the Yankees would end up missing Stephen Drew? Drew had been mired in a horrific slump when a vestibular concussion forced him from the...
Ivan Nova is healthy. If there’s good news, that’s it. In his return from Tommy John surgery, Nova threw 94 big league innings — plus another 15.2 in the minors — and still got his fastball up to 95 mph this afternoon. His elbow is OK and his arm is strong. But after making his […] The post Postgame/pregame notes: “Bad” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Stephen Drew left the Yankees Wednesday for Pittsburgh to see a concussion specialist, Joe Girardi said before the game. "That was the gentleman he saw before, when he had his concussion years ago. I'm assuming he'll be back tomorrow," the manager said.
Yankees are beat up coming down the stretch.
There has been rain in the forecast, but Yankees manager Joe Girardi said he’s been told tonight’s game should happen without much trouble. “From everything I understand, we’re good,” he said. “So we’ll just go as planned.” Going ahead as planned means having Masahiro Tanaka make his first start since that mild hamstring injury at […] The post Pregame notes: “He understands what he needs to do” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
No club in baseball means more to the sport than the New York Yankees, World Series champions 27 times over, a heady number for a franchise that is pursuing just one. So regardless of the Yankees’ current incarnation, a visit from New York is a chance to measure your own team, and when Ryan Zimmerman smoked a home run off the left field foul pole that provided a walk-off victory for the Nationals, the measure was this: On May 19, Washington pulled into a first-place tie with the New York Mets.Read full article >>
Drew hasn't started since Sept. 15
Reality is setting in for the Yankees. A 5-2 loss to the Chicago White Sox on Friday coupled with a 5-3 win for the Toronto Blue Jays over the Tampa Bay Rays puts the Yanks four games back in the American League East with nine to play. It would take a minor miracle for the […] The post Yanks fall to four games back in AL East with nine to play appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
No date set for Tanaka's next start
Masahiro Tanaka expects to return to the Yankees rotation soon, but the strained right hamstring that caused him to be shelved likely will linger even after comes back. After throwing...
Yankees manager Joe Girardi insists it's too early to begin planning for a wild-card game because the Yankees still aren't out of the divisional race, but he expressed complete confidence that Masahiro Tanaka will return from a hamstring injury next week in time for a start that would put him on schedule to pitch the wild-card game.
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Masahiro Tanaka was supposed to pitch last night, but he didn’t because of a mild hamstring injury. The Yankees say he should be ready to take his next turn on Monday, but is that the best time to have him rejoin the rotation? Basically, how quickly can he rejoin the rotation, and when does it […] The post When is best time for Masahiro Tanaka’s next start? appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
It's been two starts, two wins for Marcus Stroman, who was supposed to be spending this season rehabbing from knee surgery, not trying to help the Blue Jays win their first AL East title since 1993.
Gibbons admits he’s been “shocked” by how good Stroman has been since returning from what was believed to be season-ending surgery.
A look at Yankees who will be vying for a spot on a potential postseason roster. Rosters must be submitted to MLB prior to the beginning of a playoff series. Players are eligible for postseason play if they were on the 40-man roster before Aug. 31 or on the disabled list. Rosters can be altered in between series or if a player suffers an injury. Statistics as of Monday, Sept. 28.
Juan Uribe left Sunday night's game against the Yankees after injuring himself diving for a ground ball in the third inning.
He made a diving play in the third inning
Yankees ace Masahiro Tanaka will miss his next scheduled start against the Blue Jays due to a hamstring injury.
Tanaka missed 41 days earlier this season with arm soreness, too
Masahiro Tanaka will not make Wednesday’s start because of a Grade 1 hamstring strain suffered while running to first base on Friday. Joe Girardi said he’s hopeful that Tanaka will miss only one start. The injury happened early on Friday, and he was still able to pitch and pitch well. He told the Yankees Friday […] The post Tanaka scratched from Wednesday with strained hamstring appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
The 25-year-old had thrown 154.1 innings this season
From Mark Didtler of The Associated Press: ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Two youngsters sent the New York Yankees to a big win in the pressure of a pennant race. Prized rookie Luis Severino rebounded from his worst start, Greg Bird homered and drove in two runs, and the Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays […] The post Severino, Bird lead Yankees: “It’s great to help the team win” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Area scouts don’t often get to see their work in person in a major league ballpark. That’s what made the Yankees’ 3-1 win over the Rays...