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Injuries suggest the Yankees need pitching, but on Tuesday they traded for a hitter and immediately showed why. Against the worst pitching staff in the American League, the Yankees were held scoreless through 12 innings and very nearly lost 13th, but after all that futility, new third baseman Chase Headley delivered a walk-off single in […] The post Headley delivers in wild Yankees debut appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
The Yankees are without Mark Teixeira and Kelly Johnson due to injury
NEW YORK -- We have reached the century mark of this 2014 season, and in spite of all the injuries, the offensive underproduction, and all-around inconsistency, the Yankees remain in the thick of the AL East race, sitting four games behind the Baltimore Orioles, even with yet another player headed to the DL (Kelly Johnson, groin strain). Joe Girardi burned through his bullpen in Tuesday night's 14-inning, 2-1 win, so the Yankees recalled RHP Chris Leroux from Triple-A Scranton in case David Phelps needs help tonight.
NEW YORK -- At the All-Star Game last week, Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish talked about having six-man pitching rotations as a means to stem the wave of recent arm injuries in baseball. Discussions about six-man rotations have occurred more frequently this season in the wake of a multitude of players getting hurt and needing reconstructive elbow surgery. Yankees ace Masahiro Tanaka, like Darvish a superstar in Japan before coming to Major League Baseball, was put on the disabled list July 9 with a partially torn ligament in his right elbow.
The Yankees are going through platelet-rich plasma like it's Gatorade as Mark Teixeira became the latest to sign on for the blood-spinning therapy Monday with the announcement of his strained back muscle.
With an injury-depleted lineup and rotation, the Yankees have little margin for error these days, let alone five. The Yankees threw away a three-game winning streak with a 4-2 loss...
NEW YORK -- Yankees GM Brian Cashman admitted today that the acquisition of Chase Headley was the culmination of a two-year pursuit that began when Alex Rodriguez had his second hip surgery before the start of the 2012 season. But by no means does he consider the 2014 Yankees a finished product. "I have more work to do," he said. "I’m going to still continue to try to improve on what we have." In the past couple of weeks, Cashman has added a starting pitcher, Brandon McCarthy, and Headley without giving up very much.
TORONTO—Score 14 runs, win valuable prizes? Well, maybe not. But by scoring 14 runs against the Blue Jays here Monday night, the most runs they’ve scored in a game all season, the Red Sox have shed the label of the league’s weakest offense. The Sox, in fact, leapfrogged five other teams to rank 10th in runs scored, ahead of the Mariners, Rays, Yankees, Royals and Astros. Since the Sox began their current hot streak on July 9, after losing seven of the first eight games of a 10-game homestand, here is how they rank among the American League’s five hottest teams: SOX 8-1 .
Four days into the second half of the season and the injury bug has bitten the Yankees once again. Mark Teixeira was out of the lineup for the Yankees on Monday with what manager Joe Girardi called a "mild strain" in the first baseman's lower lat muscle in his back.
Teixeira has battled a series of injuries this season
Just a regular day off for Brian McCann, but Mark Teixeira is out because of an injury. Teixeira has a strain in his lower lat. Joe Girardi described the injury as “mild” and said there are no DL plans at the moment. Girardi said he expects to give Teixeira three or four days off in […] The post Teixeira out with mild strain appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Sabathia will undergo season-ending arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Wednesday
Pineda has been out since late April with a back injury
The New York Yankees ace CC Sabathia will have season-ending surgery on his right knee Wednesday.
Again, Josh Thomson here in for Chad. I have a few things to share from this morning’s pregame. CC Sabathia met with the media this morning, a day after Brian Cashman announced the lefty would undergo season-ending arthroscopic knee surgery, but one that will allow him to avoid dreaded micro-fracture surgery. Sabathia said he was […] The post AUDIO: CC Sabathia relived to avoid microfracture surgery appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Outfielder -- who fouled a ball off his nose -- doesn't believe he needed the time off
Hours after the Yankees were told CC Sabathia’s season would be over because of upcoming right-knee surgery, David Phelps delivered a performance that wasn’t ace-worthy, but certainly uplifting. Hurt by...
Carlos Beltran returned to the Yankees’ lineup Friday night for the first time since a freak batting practice injury on July 9 left him with two nose fractures and early...
As Manny Banuelos, bathed in a light sweat from pregame conditioning, walked past the Trenton Thunder locker room last week, the baby-faced 23-year-old could have been mistaken for a team intern.
We’ll start today with three pretty significant injury updates CC SABATHIA After having the last of three medical examinations, the Yankees Opening Day starter will opt for arthroscopic surgery to clean up his right knee. He will, for now, avoid the micro-fracture surgery that carries signficant long-term risk. Dodgers team physician Neal ElAttrache will perform […] The post Pregame notes: Injury updates on Sabathia, Tanaka and Pineda appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
With microfracture surgery looming, it doesn't look good for veteran left-hander
Yankees' CC Sabathia to undergo season-ending knee surgery, while Masahiro Tanaka still feels pain in elbow
Sabathia will avoid micofracture surgery on his right knee for now, but his season is over
CC Sabathia will undergo season-ending arthroscopic surgery to repair his right knee, Brian Cashman said Friday. The Yankees general manager made clear that the big left-hander is not yet out...
CC Sabathia’s season is officially over. The 33-year-old lefthander will undergo arthroscopic debridement surgery on his right knee sometime next week, Yankees GM Brian Cashman announced on Friday.
Mark Teixeira talks about the injury he sustained and the lack of offense generated by the Yankees in their 8-0 loss to the Orioles.
Joe Girardi tells stories about playing with former Yankee Tino Martinez and provides injury updates before Saturday's game.