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Game 45: TOR vs. NYY -- Back under par

Yesterday’s win made the Yankees 22-22 or .500 in the standings, but tonight’s loss put the Yankees a game under average now, though still solidly in the middle of the AL East. 560 more words


Neck stiffness resurfaces for slumping Teixeira

While Alex Rodriguez is on the road back to good health and expected to rejoin the Yankees for Thursday’s late-afternoon series finale against the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium, there are other physical concerns disrupting the club. 716 more words

Game 44: TOR vs. NYY -- #NastyNate vs. the Knuckleball

Let’s just say that there’s a reason tonight’s starter has been dubbed “Nasty Nate”. In the first game of the mid-week series against the visiting Blue Jays, the Yankees began their brief home stand (brief as in just this 3-game series) behind Nathan Eovaldi, easily one of the more successful starters on their rotation. 468 more words


Yanks, Jays going in opposite directions

The team that zoomed past the Yankees last year to the American League East title is moving past them in a different direction this year. The Blue Jays have replaced the Yankees in last place in the division. 470 more words

An abundance of bullpen options for Girardi

Among the added benefits of having Aroldis Chapman as the closer out of the bullpen is that it allows Yankees manager Joe Girardi to use Dellin Betances or Andrew Miller earlier in the game when the situation calls for a key pitching change. 603 more words

Eovaldi's most complete start of the season helped the Yankees beat the Red Sox 8-2

The Yankees beat the Boston Red Sox, 8-2, at Yankee Stadium on Saturday afternoon for their second consecutive win against their rivals to the north. The Yankees (11-17), who have now won three of their last four games, will have their first three-game winning streak since the first week of September if they can beat the Red Sox tonight on Sunday Night Baseball. 667 more words


Yanks & Eovaldi make Price pay the price

Last week at Fenway Park David Price got a winning decision over the Yankees despite allowing six runs. That was due in part to Nathan Eovaldi also giving up six runs to the Red Sox, who went on to an 8-7 victory that finished off Boston’s three-game sweep. 553 more words