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Ivan Nova's last outing was April 26, when he allowed two runs in two innings against the Blue Jays.
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Injured New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira could soon start playing in minor league games while pitcher Andy Pettitte is also working his way back to the majors.
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When the New York Yankees called up their 35th and 36th players of the season this week, much was made of how the Yankees have not just survived but have thrived during this onslaught of injuries in the first quarter of the season.
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Nevertheless, when that time arrives isn't known to the Yankees manager, who has been juggling four players into three spots since Curtis Granderson came off the disabled list.
The Smoke & Mirrors Tour that has produced baseball's biggest surprise sailed into the Inner Harbor last night and met its match.
Uh-oh. More bad news could potentially await the New York Yankees . Hiroki Kuroda left Wednesday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles with a bruised right calf.
On Friday morning, Yankees manager Andy Girardi intends to visit his well-stocked roster of starters on the mend at the team's complex in Tampa, Fla.
Last year I brought up the notion that we all feel like CC Sabathia at work sometimes; when it seems like everyone else is slacking off, your boss piles even more responsibility on you, because he knows you can handle it.
Home Run has a lot to be proud of after its nationwide theatrical release last month.
Andy Pettitte and Chris Stewart became the latest Yankees to get hurt, and emergency Seattle starter Hector Noesi pitched into the fifth inning in place of ailing Aaron Harang to lead the Mariners over New York 3-2 Thursday night.
The New York Yankees were looking to make it seven straight wins against the Toronto Blue Jays, but their series finale was rained out Sunday afternoon.
This was supposed to be the year when it all fell apart. When the 18 year Yankee dynasty of five world series rings, 13 division titles, three wild cards and a staggering league high 1,731 wins would all come crashing down with the force of the same 97 MPH cutter that brought them there.
Do we cancel the rest of the season and give Joe Girardi a contract extension and Manager of the Year honors? And do we just get it over with in Flushing and proclaim Terry Collins a goner after this year, if not sooner? It's an interesting dualism - on one side a manager who is battling an injury situation that makes plague look like the common ... (more)
When Molina hit his second double of the game, he pulled into second base without sliding and still managed to avoid the tag.