• Aaron Judge’s return causes unavoidable Yankees dilemma

    Aaron Judge’s return causes unavoidable Yankees dilemma

    Aaron Judge’s return from the injured list took care of right field Wednesday night against the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium because the Yankees didn’t activate him not to play when every inning left in a very weird season counts. What it did do was make Aaron Boone decide between a very productive Clint Frazier, …
  • Aaron Judge activated in huge Yankees boost

    Aaron Judge activated in huge Yankees boost

    A day after the Yankees got Giancarlo Stanton back from a strained hamstring, Aaron Judge returned from his calf strain. Judge was activated from the injured list prior to Wednesday’s game against the Blue Jays in The Bronx. He’s batting second and playing right field. The move was not a surprise, since manager Aaron Boone …
  • Yankees’ long-term issues have been exposed: Sherman

    Yankees’ long-term issues have been exposed: Sherman

    They were 84-59, cruising to a division title and looking every bit the champion of the two previous years. Then the 2000 Yankees forgot how to win. For three weeks, they were the majors’ worst team. No hyperbole — the worst team. They closed at 3-15 and were outscored by 89 runs (the average game …
  • Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Judge on verge of late-season Yankees return

    Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Judge on verge of late-season Yankees return

    The reeling Yankees could get two vital bats back in their lineup by next weekend, with Aaron Boone saying both Giancarlo Stanton (hamstring) and Aaron Judge (calf) could be getting at-bats at the team’s alternate site in Scranton in the next few days. If that happens, Boone said “there’s a good chance” the pair could …
  • Breaking down five reasons for this Yankees’ disaster

    Breaking down five reasons for this Yankees’ disaster

    How did a team that won nine of its first 11 games in a season limited to 60 dates and led the AL East by four lengths on Aug. 8 wake up Wednesday in Buffalo at 21-21 and playing for its postseason life? Well, losing 15 of 20 has a way of quickly turning an …
  • Yankees mailbag: What derailed potential Starling Marte trade

    Yankees mailbag: What derailed potential Starling Marte trade

    You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Yankees. It seems the Yankees have given up on Miguel Andujar. He has not been given equal opportunity …
  • Have we already seen the best of the Yankees’ Baby Bombers?

    Have we already seen the best of the Yankees’ Baby Bombers?

    The village on fire that is the Yankees received a helicopter bucket Saturday in the form of their 2-1 victory over the Mets, courtesy of an old-school bottom of the ninth inning that featured a Clint Frazier walk, a Jordy Mercer hit-and-run single and Erik Kratz’s safety squeeze attempt that sure seemed to compel old …
  • Yankees get devastating Aaron Judge, Gleyber Torres injury news

    Yankees get devastating Aaron Judge, Gleyber Torres injury news

    The injury news keeps getting worse for the Yankees. Aaron Judge is headed back to the Injured List and it doesn’t sound like Gleyber Torres will be back anytime soon. On a Zoom call with fans Thursday, general manager Brian Cashman said Judge (calf strain) will be shelved twice as long as the first time …
  • Familiar injury puts Aaron Judge back in Yankees limbo

    Familiar injury puts Aaron Judge back in Yankees limbo

    Three at-bats are what the Yankees got from Aaron Judge’s return from a strained calf and the injured list on Wednesday. When their anemic lineup gets the next one is unknown. Thursday, one day after Judge left the second game of a doubleheader against the Braves in Atlanta due a right calf issue, the right …
  • Aaron Judge exits Game 2 early as Yankees get swept by Braves

    Aaron Judge exits Game 2 early as Yankees get swept by Braves

    The Yankees began a stretch of 35 games in 33 days with a doubleheader in Atlanta on Wednesday. It couldn’t have gone much worse. They dropped both ends of the twin bill, with Gerrit Cole beaten in the first game, as the Yankees lost 5-1 in seven innings. And then they dropped the second game …