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Mark Teixeira plays sim game but he’s not out of the injury woods yet


Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira took a big step toward a return on Monday when he went 1-for-2 with a double and a walk during a simulated game against minor leaguers. This is indeed a big step, but it's not one that signals that he's fine. First of all, this is not even an Extended Spring ...

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Granderson poised to come off the DL, Nunez will go on, and Nova has a setback

New York Yankees Curtis Granderson

It never ends with the Yankees injuries this season. I feel like injuries are at least half of what I write about, but there is finally some good news -- Curtis Granderson is poised to come off the DL on Tuesday. Granderson, who admits that he is still not quite at 100 percent, is expected to ...

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Vernon Wells wakes up to lead the Yankees to victory


Vernon Wells had been slumping pretty bad lately, but he woke up on Wednesday night to lead the Yankees to a 3-2 victory over the Rockies in Colorado. The Yankees had just six hits during the game and Wells, who was justĀ 10-for-48 (.208/.235/.271) going into this game, had three of those hits including a game tying ...

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Yankees lose weekend series to Oakland Athletics


In three close games, the Yankees dropped two out of three to the Athletics at Yankee Stadium over the weekend. FRIDAY (2-0 Loss) CC Sabathia held the Athletics to just two runs over six innings and Adam Warren pitched three shutout innings after that, but the Yankees offense was shutout for the second time this season. A.J. Griffin ...

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Cano at short and Cervelli at second? A look at the Yankees infield depth


It was a surreal and unsettling sight on the Yankee Stadium infield Saturday afternoon when the Bombers came out for the top of the 9th. Their infield depth stripped to the bone with Eduardo Nunez again victim of a hit-by-pitch and backup infielder Jayson Nix already removed for a pinch hitter, the Yankees had to ...

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Nick Swisher said it “hurt” that the Yankees never made him an offer


Before the offseason started there were rumors that Nick Swisher was looking for Jayson Werth type money (more than $100 million) as a free agent so it made sense that the Yankees, unwilling to overpay, would look elsewhere for an outfielder. Then came another disappointing playoff performance and it was clear that Swish wouldn't be getting ...

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Yankees off to slow start, but it’s not time to panic


Before the season started the two things that we expected to be good from the Yankees were Robinson Cano and the pitching staff. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case the first week of the season and they have gotten off to a slow 2-4 start. That doesn't mean that it's time to panic or give up on ...

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Yankees call Phil Hughes off DL early to make Saturday start, plus notes


With the Yankees now off to a 1-3 start to the season, they are pulling out the stops and have activated Phil Hughes off of the DL early and have sent David Phelps to the bullpen for Saturday afternoon's start. To make room for Hughes on the roster, the Yankees sent Cody Eppley down to the ...

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