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Game 19: NYY vs. BOS -- #AllRise, Judge & Severino take on Fenway

Consistent northeastern Spring rain spoiled the opening game at Fenway for the rivalry series yesterday, forcing a reschedule for when the teams face off again in The Olde Towne, the first game of a doubleheader on July 16.  634 more words


2017 A Rivalry Reignited, Yankees Defeat Red Sox 3-1

After Tuesday night’s game being rained out, the Yankees and Red Sox were finally able to get things going tonight.  Dominant pitching and a few runs were enough for the Yankees to improve to 12-7 on the season as they defeated the Boston Red Sox 3-1. 235 more words

Aaron Judge

Yankees Unable to Capitalize on Late Opportunities, Fall to Pirates 2-1

The New York Yankees fell to 11-7 on the year as they lost a close game, 2-1, against the Pittsburgh Pirates Sunday afternoon.

Young pitcher Jordan Montgomery pitched well enough to deserve a win, but the run support never showed up.   382 more words

Aaron Judge

Game 16: NYY vs. PIT -- Warping under pressure in Steel City

No offense to either team, but really, neither one really had a great game tonight. Coming off a pretty game home series, where the Yankees went 8-1, the Yankees were looking for a similar feel to start their road trip. 784 more words


Yankees take Series from White Sox with Powerful Bats and Solid Pitching

With Masahiro Tanaka on the mound the Yankees would improve to 10-5 on the season as they defeated the Chicago White Sox 9-1 Wednesday Night.  The Yankees bats were hot, and the pitching was solid as the team bounced back from yesterday’s loss.   345 more words

Aaron Judge

Greg Bird Returns to Yankees for 2017 Season

A former senior manager at Ernst and Young, Michael Vasaturo has since worked more than 25 years at New Haven Terminal in Connecticut, where he is now vice president. 156 more words

Michael Vasaturo

Game 14: CHW vs. NYY -- Streak broken despite Severino's dominant start

It took just 2 hours and 16 minutes to end the Yankees’ winning streak tonight. Not that it was all that clear. Both starters actually threw really great games, so it was a bit of a pitchers’ duel for 8 solid innings. 581 more words