• 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, …
  • 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 mailbag: Why Mike Tauchman won’t be a starter

    Yankees mailbag: Why Mike Tauchman won’t be a starter

    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. Why isn’t [Mike] Tauchman an every-day outfielder? — New York Knight Who do you want him to …
  • The dramatic change that would save baseball: 7-inning games

    The dramatic change that would save baseball: 7-inning games

    PHILADELPHIA — Sure, had the Yankees received six more outs with which to work early Wednesday evening, they very well might have completed their coup against Joe Girardi’s shaky Phillies bullpen. They just had to settle for saving the sport of baseball. Say it with me, everyone: seven-inning games! The Yankees’ first doubleheader of seven-inning …
  • Yankees show Mets how deep they really are in exhibition win

    Yankees show Mets how deep they really are in exhibition win

    Before the Yankees’ first spring training 2.0 game Saturday night against the Mets at Citi Field, Aaron Boone spoke glowingly about his club’s reserves. “I really like our depth and in the first couple of weeks I think it is going to be important that you lean on that depth a little bit, keep guys …
  • Yankees glad DJ LeMahieu is set to return from coronavirus

    Yankees glad DJ LeMahieu is set to return from coronavirus

    Luke Voit saw DJ LeMahieu on Wednesday and was bubbling with excitement that the All-Star second baseman has made it back from COVID-19. Right-hander Luis Cessa, who like LeMahieu tested positive for COVID-19 and wasn’t allowed to be at Yankee Stadium for spring training 2.0 until testing negative twice, posted on Instagram Thursday that he …
  • Yankees’ Aaron Hicks ‘ready to play’ if season starts in July

    Yankees’ Aaron Hicks ‘ready to play’ if season starts in July

    The identity of the Yankees’ starting right fielder whenever the next game is played is unknown, but the man in the middle of the outfield says he will be ready to chase fly balls in the gaps and deny base runners from taking an extra base. Aaron Hicks was asked Friday, if the season were …
  • Yankees mailbag: Gleyber Torres has a long leash at shortstop

    Yankees mailbag: Gleyber Torres has a long leash at shortstop

    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. If Gleyber Torres becomes a liability at shortstop, will Yankees quickly pivot and move him back to …
  • A deep-dive into Yankees’ talent strategy debunks popular myth

    A deep-dive into Yankees’ talent strategy debunks popular myth

    A record for players used has been set every year since 2013, up to 1,410 in 2019. Where did they all come from? The Post put all 1,410 back on their original teams and over the next three days we will examine which organizations have done the best at bringing talent into their pipeline — …