• Yankees’ roster drama goes beyond prioritizing DJ LeMahieu

    Yankees’ roster drama goes beyond prioritizing DJ LeMahieu

    It doesn’t matter on what side of the pinstriped rope that surrounds the Yankees universe you stand when it comes to DJ LeMahieu returning to The Bronx. The fans, who love to spend Hal
  • Yankees’ massive money losses hang over MLB free agency

    Yankees’ massive money losses hang over MLB free agency

    There is no “white whale” for the Yankees and general manager Brian Cashman to pursue this offseason that is similar to their signing of Gerrit Cole to a nine-year, $324 million deal nearly a year
  • Yankees making history with this show of home run power

    Yankees making history with this show of home run power

    Homer barrage is not enough. It doesn’t do it. We have seen homer barrages before. So it is inadequate to use those two words to describe what the Yankees did for three days to the Black and Blue Jays. For the Yankees earned their Bronx Bomber moniker with a century of clout. Yet, no Yankees …
  • Yankees pound out six more homers for eighth straight win

    Yankees pound out six more homers for eighth straight win

    After spending three nights at Yankee Stadium getting whiplash tracking all the home runs they allowed, ask the Blue Jay pitchers if the Yankees rely on home runs too much. The Yankees hit six homers Thursday night, when they continued to punish Blue Jays pitching on the way to a 10-7 victory that pushed their …
  • Yankees blast five home runs in absurd fourth inning

    Yankees blast five home runs in absurd fourth inning

    It’s looking like it will be eight straight wins for the Yankees. The Bombers lived up to their name in a ridiculous fourth inning, hitting five home runs against the Blue Jays, including a stretch of three in a row. The streak was started by Brett Gardner, DJ LeMahieu and Luke Voit, going back-to-back-to-back. After …
  • Gleyber Torres not in lineup as Yankees fear ‘bigger’ injury issue

    Gleyber Torres not in lineup as Yankees fear ‘bigger’ injury issue

    Gleyber Torres’ left quad is acting up again and it kept him out of the Yankee lineup Tuesday. It’s the same quad that Torres injured last month and kept him on the injured list for more than two weeks, but Aaron Boone said he expects Torres to be back soon this time and that the …
  • 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 …
  • Yankees can exhale — for one night, at least

    Yankees can exhale — for one night, at least

    BUFFALO — For a change, it was hard to hear Aaron Boone as he settled behind the microphone and in front of the Zoom camera. For a change, you could hear strands of loud music bleeding though the walls of the visiting clubhouse at Sahlen Field, the sure sign that a baseball game had gone, …
  • Yankees fall to .500 after suffering fifth consecutive loss

    Yankees fall to .500 after suffering fifth consecutive loss

    This is what it sounds like when bats die. One night after wasting a rare river of runs, the Yankees morphed into hitters who used soaked editions of the N.Y. Post for bats against the Blue Jays on Tuesday night. J.A. Happ provided a cure for the ills that have infected the Yankees across the …
  • Yankees irked by Miguel Andujar error on ‘play we have to make’

    Yankees irked by Miguel Andujar error on ‘play we have to make’

    BALTIMORE — Third basemen are instructed to go after every ground ball toward the hole if they feel a clean play can be made. So when Miguel Andujar started moving to his left on Pedro Severino’s grounder to start the sixth inning Sunday at Camden Yards, it appeared shortstop Tyler Wade was in better position …