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Tampa Tribune

Rays up next: at Yankees, 7:05 p.m. Tuesday, New York

Today: OffUp next: at Yankees, 7:10 Tuesday, Yankee StadiumProbable pitchers: Rays, LH Blake Snell (4-6, 4.01); Yankees, RH Luis Severino (13-6, 3.03)Rays info: Toll-free 1-888-326-7297On deckWednesday: at Yankees, 7:05. Rays, RH Matt Andriese (5-4, 4.44); Yankees, LH Jordan Montgomery (8-7, 4.

Washington Times

Yankees pitcher Severino hit by liner in batting practice

TORONTO (AP) - New York Yankees pitcher Luis Severino has been hit in the back of the left shoulder by a line drive while the Toronto Blue Jays were taking batting practice. The right-hander didn't appear to suffer a serious injury in the accident Saturday. Severino is expected to start ...

New York Post

Girl hit by Yankees’ foul ball has ‘long’ recovery ahead: relative

The little girl who was hit in the head by a foul ball at Yankee Stadium remains in the hospital two days after the freak accident — but her recovery could take much longer, a relative said Friday. “She’s stable. It’s going to be a long process,” said the family member, who didn’t give his...

Larry Brown Sports

Todd Frazier, Yankees embracing thumbs down symbol

The New York Yankees have adopted a new rallying cry for the stretch run of the regular season, and to say it came from an unexpected source would be an understatement. During the Yankees’ Sept. 11 game against the Tampa Bay Rays, which was played at Citi Field due to scheduling changes caused by Hurricane...Read More

New York Post

At least one team is expanding netting after Yankees fan scare

The line drive at Yankee Stadium that hit a young girl’s face and sent her to the hospital Wednesday apparently prompted one team to extend the protective netting at their stadium — just not the Yankees. The Reds announced Thursday they “plan to install additional netting at Great American Ballpark for the 2018 season.” The...

Sports Illustrated

Yankees Incident Revives an Old Question: How Responsible Are Teams for Foul Ball Injuries?

After a child fan was struck by a foul ball at Yankee Stadium, the question of whether the Yankees or MLB are legally responsible has resurfaced.

New York Post

Yankees under siege after ‘terrible’ fan injury

There was still no word from the Yankees on Thursday afternoon about whether they would extend the protective netting at Yankee Stadium after a young girl was hospitalized Wednesday after getting drilled in the face by a Todd Frazier line drive beyond the third-base dugout in a win over the Twins. But a day after...

Washington Times

Young girl hospitalized after being hit by 105 mph foul ball at Yankee Stadium

NEW YORK (AP) — A young girl at Yankee Stadium was injured by a 105 mph foul ball off the bat of Todd Frazier during Wednesday's game against Minnesota, leading some players to call for protective netting to be extended. The Yankees said the girl was taken to a hospital ...

Washington Times

Young girl injured by foul ball at Yankee Stadium

NEW YORK (AP) - A young girl at Yankee Stadium was injured by a foul ball off the bat of Todd Frazier during Wednesday's game against Minnesota, leading some New York players to call for protective netting to be extended. The Yankees said the girl was taken to a hospital ...

New York Post

Yankees fans weigh foul-ball fear with blocked views after scare

Is it worth risking serious injury for a little clearer view of the action at a baseball game? A reminder of that debate hit home Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium when a line drive off the bat of Todd Frazier struck a young girl in the seats beyond the visiting dugout. The game stopped in...

New York Post

Yankees blow their AL East chance as reality becomes clear

The news came out of Florida inning by inning on the scoreboard high above the Yankees’ bullpen, just to the right of the monstrous video board. And the last electronic message told the Yankees the Red Sox had lost to the Rays, which left the door open for the Yankees to pull closer to the...

Larry Brown Sports

Rays call out Yankees on Twitter for being ‘petty’

The Tampa Bay Rays called out the New York Yankees on Twitter Thursday for being “petty.” Gary Sanchez got the Yankees’ scoring started against the Baltimore Orioles with an RBI double in the first. He followed that up with a solo home run in the sixth. After his homer, the Yankees boasted about the dinger...Read More

New York Daily News

Yankees troll Rays on Twitter after latest Gary Sanchez HR

The Yankees beat the Rays on the baseball diamond and now they’re beating them on Twitter.

Tampa Tribune

Rays journal: Chris Archer puzzled by another tough outing

NEW YORK - RHP Chris Archer remained confident there are no issues with his arm, but that didn't make him feel any better after a second straight rough outing led to the Rays suffering what manager Kevin Cash called a "tough loss," 3-2 to the Yankees on Wednesday.The Rays dropped to 72-75 and

Tampa Tribune

Marc Topkin's takeaways from Wednesday's Rays-Yankees game

RHP Chris Archer says, and the Rays agree, he is healthy, just not pitching well. As much as Archer prides himself on being a workhorse, you wonder - especially if they continue to drop out of the race - if they won't consider shutting him down for the season.CF Kevin Kiermaier, who hit

New York Post

Adam Warren and Aaron Hicks status updates

Adam Warren and Aaron Hicks are still shooting to return before the end of the season. Warren said before the Yankees’ 3-2 win over the Rays on Wednesday that he hopes to begin throwing in three or four days. Warren is on the DL with lower back spasms and hasn’t pitched since Sept. 1. The...

Tampa Tribune

Chris Archer has another abbreviated outing in Rays' 3-2 loss to Yankees

NEW YORK - Chris Archer got off to another rough start Wednesday, and the Rays headed home after another tough loss, 3-2 to the Yankees.Archer allowed three runs in a bad second inning, and the Rays were unable to do much about it against Yankees starter Jaime Garcia and four relievers.The

Journal News

Video: Girardi on Yankees after loss to Rays

Manager Joe Girardi talks after the Yankees lose to the Rays, 2-1, at Citi Field on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017.         

Tampa Tribune

Rays journal: Adeiny Hechavarria homer lifts Rays over Yankees (w/video)

NEW YORK - The Rays still didn't feel at home hosting the Yankees at the Mets' Citi Field on Tuesday given the roaring crowd, but they had something to feel pretty good about in celebrating a tense 2-1 victory.An eighth-inning homer by SS Adeiny Hechavarria was the difference as both teams

Gary Shelton Sports

Hechavarria powers Rays to a victory over Yankees

Wednesday, 3 a.m. Since he joined the Tampa Bay Rays, sonnets have been written about the defense of Aneiny Hechavarria. And to be sure, Hechavarria is a defensive wiz. From the time the shortstop landed with the Rays, his glove has been an essential weapon for the Rays. But enough about his glove. What about […]

New York Daily News

Yankees bullpen staggers, but ultimately hangs on for 3-2 victory

The Yankees only managed to score in the second inning, but the Bombers' early three-run barrage was just enough to beat the Rays.

New York Post

Greg Bird likely dodged another injury bullet

Greg Bird was held out of a second straight game on Tuesday after receiving an MRI exam on his ailing back, but the first baseman said he felt improvement and expected to be able to play on Wednesday. “I think I’ll be ready to go,” Bird said before the Yankees lost 2-1 to the Rays...

New York Post

Japan’s pitching/hitting stud ‘intriguing’ for Joe Girardi

Joe Girardi’s attention remains on the Yankees’ pursuit of a playoff spot, but even he can’t help himself from keeping an eye on Shohei Otani, the Japanese star who is expected to be in the majors next season. “He’s definitely intriguing,’’ Girardi said before the Yankees faced the Rays on Wednesday at Citi Field, a...

New York Post

How Joe Girardi is excusing Clint Frazier’s worrying dud

When Aroldis Chapman blew a 102-mph fastball by Lucas Duda to allow the Yankees to hang on to a 3-2 win over the Rays on Wednesday at Citi Field, the closer wasn’t the only one who should have breathed a sigh of relief. The Yankees were clinging to a one-run lead due in large part...

Washington Times

Rays to return home following Irma to play Red Sox, Cubs

NEW YORK (AP) - The Tampa Bay Rays will return home to Florida following Hurricane Irma for what is now a truncated five-game homestand against the Boston Red Sox and the Chicago Cubs. A three-game series against the New York Yankees was moved from Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg to ...

New York Post

A Clint Frazier heroic return denied by Citi Field

The Yankees finally got a fourth outfielder back when Clint Frazier was activated from the disabled list on Monday and the left fielder made his first appearance since being sidelined with a left oblique strain on Aug. 9. Frazier went 0-for-2 in the Yankees’ 2-1 loss to the Rays on Tuesday night at Citi Field,...

Journal News

Two homers doom Gray at Citi Field

At Citi Field, home of the Mets, 21,024 fans came to see the Yankees (78-66) drop Tuesday’s game to the Rays, 2-1.         

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