12:35 AM EDT, Sun June 16, 2019
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NYY News: Bronx Zoo adds Edwin’s parrot to aviary

NYY News: Bronx Zoo adds Edwin’s parrot to aviary

Yankees trade for Edwin Encarnacion; Team’s woes stretch beyond the starting pitching; Giancarlo to return on Tuesday; Severino’s return date still unclear MLB.com | Russell Dorsey: Ninja Cash strikes again. Out of the blue, the Yankees reportedly acquired slugger Edwin Encarnacion from the Mariners in exchange for pitching prospect Juan Then. While the move is quite puzzling considering that both Stanton and Judge are slated to return next week, this will certainly mean no more Kendrys Morales. That is an indisputable Good Thing. At any rate, Judge, Stanton, Voit, Sanchez and...
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Yankees Highlights: Chad Green, Nestor Cortes Jr. filthy in bullpen game

Yankees Highlights: Chad Green, Nestor Cortes Jr. filthy in bullpen game

The Yankees can beat the White Sox after all! It was a rainy day in Chicago, but the Yankees were able to get the game in, and earned their first win of the series. They also pulled a head-scratching move and acquired Edwin Encarnacion from Seattle mid-game. We’ll have more on that later, but let’s get to the game highlights first. Winner of the Game It was a bullpen day, and that strategy worked out for the Yankees once again. Nestor Cortes Jr. had a heck of an outing. He entered in the third and threw five scoreless innings with seven strikeouts, and zero walks. Then the Yankees...

Torres homers as Yankees beat White Sox 8-4

Gleyber Torres hit a two-run homer and the New York Yankees stayed perfect when they use an opener, cooling off the Chicago White Sox with an 8-4 win Saturday night.
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New York Yankees top Chicago White Sox

The New York Yankees top the White Sox, 8-4, Saturday night in Chicago        
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Yankees double down on the DH with Edwin Encarnacion

Yankees double down on the DH with Edwin Encarnacion

The American League home run leader provides a big upgrade at minimal cost for Kendrys Morales’ roster spot The Yankees made a surprising splash, trading for the slugging first baseman/designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion. Encarnacion leads the American League in home runs with 21, just ahead of his new teammate Gary Sanchez, but he was an unexpected grab for a team loaded with bats and in need of pitching. Acquiring the 36-year-old may initially seem like a puzzling move, but it fits into the overall method that Brian Cashman first committed to by picking up Kendrys Morales. Morales was...