Category Archives: Yankees News

Report: Yankees interested in Braves 2B prospect Jose Peraza


With Stephen Drew on a one-year contract, the Yankees could turn to Rob Refsnyder and Jose Pirela to play second base for the long-term, right? Not quite. The New York Post is reporting the Yankees are interested in the Atlanta Braves second base prospect Jose Peraza, who is currently playing at the Triple-A level. A source told ...

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Yankees hope Didi Gregorius can get back on track


It's quite obvious no one can replace Derek Jeter's presence in the Yankees clubhouse or on the field, but at the position, the Yankees have tabbed Didi Gregorius to play shortstop. The only problem is, through his first nine games, Gregorius has looked awful. He's made base running blunders, defensive blips and had offensive woes--he ...

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Brett Gardner has MRI on his wrist


The only news coming out of the Yankees organization today was surrounding the health of outfielder Brett Gardner and it was basically nothing we haven't heard before. Brett Gardner had an MRI on his wrist in Tampa and the MRI confirmed Gardner has a bone bruise. Gardner aims to be in the lineup by tomorrow night ...

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Yankees still searching for recipe to success


When you follow a cake recipe, you have to put in all the ingredients for the cake to come out just right. If you forget to add something like butter, flour or most importantly sugar, the cake turns out wrong and it's ultimately a disaster. Now, apply that logic to the 2015 New York Yankees, ...

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Jackie Robinson Day celebrated across Major League Baseball


On April 15, 1947, 28-year-old Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier by being the first African American to play in the Major Leagues. Before then, Robinson played with the Kansas City Monarchs in the negro leagues and spent the 1946 season in the Brooklyn Dodgers Triple-A affiliate. Robinson opened the door for others and baseball quickly ...

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CC Sabathia continues to make progress


When you first glance at CC Sabathia's final line from last night, you would think it was 'another poor start for CC Sabathia'. Sure, Sabathia gave up four runs on seven hits and he didn't cover first base on two groundballs, but one of the most important things I took away from his start was ...

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Rainy Day Notes: Gardner and Rodriguez


It's a rainy day in the Northeast and according to, there's actually a chance the start-time of tonight's game could be delayed. With that said, there's a few notes as the Yankees prepare for the middle game of this three game set. -- Brett Gardner is out of the lineup after getting hit on the ...

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Stephen Drew gets off to a powerful start in 2015


When Stephen Drew hit a pinch-hit grand slam in the seventh inning which propelled the Yankees to a 6-5 win over the Baltimore Orioles, I tweeted my thoughts on Drew by comparing him to a simple analogy: Stephen Drew is that puppy your kid asks for but at first you say no. Then he does an ...

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