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Video: Girardi on Starlin Castro's injury

Yankees manager Joe Girardi talks about infielder Starlin Castro's hamstring injury, which put him back on the disabled list, Saturday, July 22, 2017.        

Washington Times

Yankees Castro headed back to disabled list

SEATTLE (AP) - New York Yankees second baseman Starlin Castro will be placed on the disabled list with another injury to his right hamstring, manager Joe Girardi said Saturday. Castro, activated off the disabled on July 15, reinjured his hamstring while running out a ground ball on Wednesday at Minnesota. ...

New York Post

The Yankees’ eyes are glued to Yu Darvish

SEATTLE — With Yu Darvish starting for the Rangers against the Rays on Friday night, the speculation at Tropicana Field was that with Yankees scout Brandon Duckworth on hand, the Bombers were interested in Darvish. The Yankees’ rotation could use help with Michael Pineda finished for the season, Luis Cessa ineffective as the No. 5...

NorthJersey.com

Yankees notebook: Slumping Ellsbury takes a seat, Holliday takes extra BP

Jacoby Ellsbury has been slumping since returning from missing a month due to a concussion.        

New York Post

Don’t expect to see Aaron Judge in lineup in finale vs. Twins

MINNESOTA — For those tuning into Wednesday’s Yankees-Twins matinee don’t expect to see Aaron Judge in right field or the designated-hitter spot. As part of his season-long quest to keep players from avoiding fatigue which often leads to injury, manager Joe Girardi is giving Judge the day off. Girardi said before the game he hoped...

Padres Public

Brad Hand Update

What’s up with Brad Hand? Recently, both the Nationals and Yankees acquired multiple relievers in single trades, with Washington picking up Sean Doolittle and Ryan Madson and New York getting David Robertson and Tommy Kahnle (along with third baseman Todd Frazier). Among those two teams, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Washington look for more help. They lost Blake Treinen in the deal, who has a 5.59 ERA on the season but better peripherals and even better stuff. Plus, Madson’s old and Doolittle’s an injury risk, which, combined with the loss of Treinen, makes the Nationals bullpen...

Newark Star-Ledger

Yankees' Greg Bird has surgery, declares 'my season is not over'

First baseman had surgery Tuesday morning in New York and won't be able to resume baseball activities until around Sept. 1.

Gary Shelton Sports

Head to head to head, it’s easy to figure a close race

Tuesday, 4 a.m. Now that they are in a dogfight, how are you supposed to judge the bite of  the dog? The Red Sox. The Yankees. The Rays. Who's better? So far, it's Boston, by a whole two games. The Yankees and Rays are both in the wild-card hunt. If the season ended today, all […]

All Things Rockies | Denver Post

Yankees’ Greg Bird to have ankle surgery, miss 6 weeks

New York Yankees first baseman Greg Bird will have ankle surgery on Tuesday and is expected to miss the next six weeks.

New York Post

Weighing Yankees’ 1st-base trades, which are crucial for Matt Holliday

Brian Cashman remains devoted to Greg Bird. The Yankees GM refuses to go in a new direction long-term at first base, though Bird will have now missed pretty much all of the last two seasons. The Yankees announced Monday that Bird needs right ankle surgery, leaving his chances of playing again this year in peril...

Scout

Rays, Yankees, Brewers Interested in Neshek

Three teams are showing strong interest in adding a veteran All-Star reliever.

Washington Times

Yankees pitcher Pineda to have Tommy John surgery Tuesday

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda is set to have Tommy John surgery this week, likely putting him out of action until at least late next year. The Yankees said Pineda will have surgery Tuesday to repair a torn ligament in his right elbow. New York opened ...

NorthJersey.com

Greg Bird due for surgery, season likely over

Greg Bird’s year never got off the ground, and now he’s headed for ankle surgery Tuesday – a procedure that could end his Yankees season.        

New York Post

Michael Pineda is getting Tommy John, heading into the unknown

MINNEAPOLIS — Michael Pineda will have Tommy John surgery Tuesday in Cincinnati and what the right-hander’s future holds is uncertain. After being examined by Yankees team doctor Chris Ahmad last week, Pineda was told he required the surgery to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament. Monday, Pineda received a second opinion from Dr. Timothy Kremchek,...

New York Daily News

Yankees’ Michael Pineda will undergo Tommy John surgery Tuesday

Michael Pineda’s career in pinstripes may be over as the righthander will undergo Tommy John surgery on Tuesday.

Newark Star-Ledger

Important Yankees things | surgery for Greg Bird; Why Clint Frazier in 2 hole; Aaron Judge's slump

Latest on Yankees first baseman Greg Bird, rookie outfielders Clint Frazier and Aaron Judge, pitcher Michael Pineda and more.

Red Bird Rants

St. Louis Cardinals: Lynn and Yankees are a good match

With the news of Michael Pineda needing Tommy John surgery, it’s hard not to envision a match between the New York Yankees and the St. Louis Cardinals’ starting pitcher, Lance Lynn. A couple of days ago, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reported New York Yankees’ pitcher, Michael Pineda has a torn UCL. As soon as […] St. Louis Cardinals: Lynn and Yankees are a good match - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Scout

Amundaray Looking To Turn A Corner

TAMPA, FL -- Jonathan Amunduray signed with the Yankees three years ago while only 16 years old. Since then the Venezuelan outfielder, who has always had the physical tools to be a standout prospect, has been chasing his dream to get to the Major Leagues. However, Amunduray has faced some difficulty, suffering injuries his first two seasons which hindered his progress.

NorthJersey.com

Yankees notes: Surgery an option for Bird

Greg Bird faces the possibility of right ankle surgery this summer, but there’s at least some hope he can salvage his 2017 season.        

NorthJersey.com

Klapisch: Why the Yankees shouldn't make a panic trade now

Injury to Pineda a setback but Yankees should stick with the kids        

New York Daily News

Despite Pineda injury, Cashman isn’t looking to overpay in trades

There is no reason for the Yankees to immediately change course now.

New York Post

Starlin Castro plays it safe with hamstring in return

BOSTON — Starlin Castro came back from his hamstring strain Saturday and made an immediate impact — though it is clear the injury remains an issue. Castro had one of just three Yankees hits against Chris Sale and reached on a throwing error by Xander Bogaerts in the ninth inning of a 4-1, 16-inning win...

The Republican

Michael Pineda, Yankees pitcher, has partial tear of UCL, could need Tommy John surgery (report)

New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda has a partial tear of his UCL, according to a report from MLB.com's Bryan Hoch, and could need Tommy John surgery.

NorthJersey.com

Yankees' Pineda has partial UCL tear; faces Tommy John surgery

Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda has a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his elbow, GM Brian Cashman said Friday.        

Newark Star-Ledger

7 Yankees' Brian Cashman takeaways: Chance Adams, trades, more

New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman spoke with reporters before Friday's game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. Immediately, Cashman dropped a bombshell: Starting pitcher Michael Pineda needs Tommy John surgery and will miss the rest of the season. Other topics included Greg Bird, Garrett Cooper and trades.

New York Daily News

Greg Bird could have ankle surgery, Yanks call up Garrett Cooper

Yankees first baseman Greg Bird, who has been on the disabled list since May 2, has a problem with the os trigonum.

New York Post

Greg Bird surgery fears are back

BOSTON — On the day the Yankees lost Michael Pineda, the staff leader in wins to a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in the right elbow, general manager Brian Cashman sounded like a person who doesn’t expect to see first baseman Greg Bird anytime soon and neither does manager Joe Girardi. Though Cashman hopes Garrett...

30 Clubs in 30 Days: Greg Bird on Last Year's Injury

Dan Plesac talks with Greg Bird about his off-season, his shoulder injury from last year and the best part about playing for the Yankees. Follow the MLB Network through Spring Training to catch your favorite teams and players.