The Yankees haven’t been able to trust a reliever not named Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller or Aroldis Chapman all season and it’s costing them rest and wins.
For the first time as Yankees manager, Joe Girardi is showing urgency early in the season when it comes to going for wins.
The Yankees will see some old faces in Chien-Ming Wang and Ian Kennedy with the Royals coming to the Bronx to continue a tough 10-game homestand.
Another series loss in Baltimore has the Yankees returning to the Bronx with a 10-game homestand set up to make or break their season.
It’s been a while since I have done an email exchange with Mike Hurley, but with the Yankees reeling, I thought it was time to ask him how to live through a potential last-place season.
The Rangers didn’t show up for Game 3 against the Penguins and that’s now two big home playoff games in a row this group hasn’t shown up for.
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I usually hate when the Yankees go to Toronto, but after the weather in the first five games of the season, some start times you can count on in a dome isn’t the worst thing.
The Yankees leave cold New York for even colder Detroit where there’s snow in the forecast at Comerica Park and a powerful offense coming off a season-opening three-game sweep.
Opening Day looked exactly like the wild-card game for the Yankees, as once again, both Masahiro Tanaka and the offense weren’t good enough.