The Yankees lost at every level today.Pirates 2, Yankees 1Indianapolis 4, Scranton WB 2Portland 6, Trenton 5Lakeland 7, Tampa 3Asheville 4, Charleston 3

DotF: Gregorius continues rehab assignment in Tampa’s loss

The Yankees announced their first notable prospect promotion of the season earlier today: RHP Albert Abreu has been bumped up from Low-A Charleston to High-A Tampa. The team’s No. 9 prospect had a 1.84 ERA (2.54 FIP) with 22 strikeouts and three walks in three outings and 14.2 innings with the RiverDogs. Abreu, who came over from the Astros in the Brian McCann trade, threw 90 innings...
Via River Avenue Blues
1 hour ago

Yankees will rethink their Matt Holliday plan in NL parks

PITTSBURGH — It was something of a lost weekend for Matt Holliday, who had just three plate appearances as a pinch hitter against the Pirates. The Yankees’ regular designated hitter drew a one-out walk against lefty closer Tony Watson in the Yankees’ failed ninth-inning comeback in a 2-1 loss at PNC Park and didn’t get...
Via New York Post
1 hour ago

Montgomery displaying confidence, control

It was Jordan Montgomery's best start of the three he has made this season in his brief Yankees career, but the rookie left-hander found little comfort in that on Sunday. New York lost the game and, by his own admission, he wasn't very good.
Via Yankees.com
2 hours ago

Yankees are thrilled if this is Jordan Montgomery’s worst

PITTSBURGH — Jordan Montgomery, Joe Girardi and Chase Headley all agreed on one thing after Sunday’s 2-1 loss to the Pirates: Montgomery, who was making his third start in the majors, was not at his best. And still, the 24-year-old made it through six innings and allowed just two runs. With a little help from...
Via New York Post
2 hours ago

Girardi: 'Didi is our shortstop'

Yankees manager Joe Girardi did not hesitate when asked if injured shortstop Didi Gregorius will start when he returns to the lineup.
Via Yankees.com
6 hours ago

Watch Yankees slugger Aaron Judge crush a 457-foot homer

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11 hours ago

Judging from the Start

Aaron Judge, huh? Okay, guys, thanks for reading! Check back next week for…something else…and enjoy whatever show Judge’s gonna put on for the next week. Despite Chase Headley‘s heroics and Starlin Castro‘s hot start, the hands-down, no doubt about it, bonafide best thing about the Yankees in April of 2017 has been Aaron Judge. He’s been an absolute monster, clocking...
Via River Avenue Blues
11 hours ago

Yankees' Jordan Montgomery not expecting much in first at-bats since high school

Montgomery will make his third career start on Sunday, and he'll get to hit because this one will be in a National League ballpark. PITTSBURGH -- A big deal was made last year when Tim Tebow went from not playing baseball since high school to being a Mets farmhand in the Florida Instructional League and Arizona Fall League. Yankees rookie left...
Via NJ.com
14 hours ago

Frazier's solo homer fuels RailRiders' win

Clint Frazier has had Yankees fans abuzz since New York traded for him last July, but he hadn't gotten off to the hottest start to the 2017 season at the plate. As of Saturday, that looks like it might be changing.
Via Yankees.com
20 hours ago

How 2 Yankees cast-offs quietly became Yankees godsends

PITTSBURGH — Youth movement? Toolsy talent? Eh. The 2017 Yankees’ surprisingly strong start can be attributed to, as much as anything else, the Ro and Toe Show. Chris Carter delivered one of the biggest hits of this young season, an eighth-inning, pinch-hit, tie-breaking, three-run blast to lead the Yankees to an eventual 11-5 thumping of...
Via New York Post
23 hours ago

DotF: Frazier homers, Gregorius continues rehab assignment

OF Blake Rutherford made SportsCenter’s top ten plays yesterday. He flipped over the wall making a catch in foul territory. The video is above. Hopefully that’s not the last time we see Rutherford on the top ten, eh? Triple-A Scranton (1-0 win over Indianapolis) SS Tyler Wade: 0-4, 1 BB — in a little 1-for-15 (.067) downswing LF Clint Frazier: 2-3, 1 R, 1 HR, 1 RBI, 1...
Via River Avenue Blues
23 hours ago

Pirates pay tribute to Dan Rooney

The Pittsburgh Pirates paid a nice tribute to Pittsburgh Steelers chairman Dan Rooney on the field at PNC Park.Rooney’s name appeared behind home plate at PNC Park during Friday’s game against the New York Yankees. The team also painted a Steelers logo featuring Rooney’s initials on the back of the pitcher’s mound. Rooney passed away Apr. 13 at the age of 84. He had been...
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WATCH: Yankees pitchers excited to hit

Yankees pitchers excited to hit in Pittsburgh.
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WATCH: Rays fan confused Ian Kinsler, Tigers by yelling ‘I got it!’

Very few fans have been showing up to Tampa Bay Rays games this season, but the ones who do are creating one heck of a home field advantage for their team.In their 8-7 loss to Tampa on Wednesday, the Detroit Tigers allowed two very catchable fly balls to fall between them in the outfield during the game’s first three innings. Both happened when second baseman Ian Kinsler ranged...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Michael Pineda on dance moves, Dellin Betances & more - YES or No

Get to know MLB pitcher Michael Pineda as he talks about his dance moves, Dellin Betances and more with YES Network's Matthew Stucko.
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WATCH: Chase Headley on the Yankees' 8-1 homestand

Chase Headley talks about the Yankees' successful first homestand after his two-run home run contributed to a win over the White Sox on Wednesday.
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Aaron Judge Put a Ball into Orbit Last Night

Aaron Judge is large. He’s 6-foot-7 and 275 pounds of human. A lean, mean slugging machine. He is one of, if not the, largest players in the game right now, and we are blessed to be able to watch him ply his craft in the big leagues. It doesn’t hurt that he plays in Yankee Stadium, which is essentially the size of a thimble, but Judge doesn’t exactly need shallow walls to do...
Via Fangraphs
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Derek Jeter, Jeb Bush plotting joint bid to buy Marlins

A pair of high-powered bidders are reportedly joining forces to try and purchase the Miami Marlins.According to Douglas Hanks of the Miami Herald, former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter and former Florida governor Jeb Bush have teamed up in a bid to purchase the Marlins from Jeffrey Loria.The sources said Wayne Rothbaum, a New York financier, is the duo’s primary rival for...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Box Score 4/19: On this date things got wild in the Palace

Want more news first thing in the day? Sign up for the Yardbarker Morning Bark newsletter here.Good morning and welcome to the YB Box Score, what we're reading while we wait for the Celtics to show up this postseason.Happy birthday to Candace Parker, Joe Mauer, Troy Polamalu, Randolph Keys and Al Unser Jr. On this date in 1990 Bill Laimbeer and Charles Barkley had a very expensive...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Off to hot start, road trip will tell us if Yankees are for real

The New York Yankees are off to a hot start to open the 2017 MLB season, but are they for real?Before the Chicago White Sox took them down on Tuesday night, the Yankees had won eight straight games. The last time the Bronx Bombers started the season off this well was 1998, when they won 114 regular season games, finished off with a World Series title and put their hat in the ring...
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Yankees' Sanchez surprises fans at box office

Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez is set to start catching soon, and looks to be on track to return to the lineup in roughly one month’s time.And even though he’s not currently crushing dingers on the field, he’s still making his presence felt around Yankee Stadium among fans.Sanchez teamed up with Yankees PR and was standing around the box office before Tuesday night’s game,...
Via The Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: 8 Is Great: the New York Yankees win 8 in a row

As the New York Yankees keep rolling behind strong starting pitching and power hitting, Jordan Montgomery, Joe Girardi, and Aaron Judge talk about the team's eight straight wins.
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New York Yankees: CC Sabathia’s evolution has paid dividends this year

The New York Yankees have received positive contributions from their starting rotation this season, a group that had some considerable question marks associated with it coming into the season.  Perhaps the most successful starter (through two and a half turns in the rotation) has been CC Sabathia.  Just a few years ago Sabathia looked like his career was on a steep decline, but...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees: Showing great early signs despite missing key pieces

This past week has been the first week of home games of the 2017 baseball season for the New York Yankees and they could not ask for a better start at home given all the circumstances. After coming off their win last Sunday in Baltimore, the Yankees went ahead and won the next five games at home extending their win streak to six games coming into today’s action against the St....
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

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