YANKEES RUMORS & GOSSIP

Game 74: Split vs. Reverse Split

Tonight the Yankees open a four-game series with the White Sox in Chicago, where they are undefeated so far this season. They swept three games from the Cubs back in May. Remember that? It was awesome. Brett Gardner hit that insanely clutch ninth inning home run in the first game and the Yankees outlasted the defending World Series champs during the 18-inning game on ESPN in the...
Via River Avenue Blues
32 minutes from now

Yankees injury updates: Latest on Matt Holliday, Greg Bird

Manager Joe Girardi also gives updates on CC Sabathia, Starlin Castro The Yankees were able to win despite their injuries much of the season. But during their recent down stretch, in which they have lost 10 of their last 12 games, what's happening in the trainers' room has been a glaring problem. Here's the latest on the Yankees' injuries...
Via NJ.com
22 minutes from now

WATCH: Starlin Castro sidelined with wrist injury Sunday

Via YES Network
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WATCH: Yankees injuries piling up as New York looks to stay in 1st

Via YES Network
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Didi Gregorius keeps getting better — and just stays buried

Didi Gregorius has improved yet again. He is a better offensive player than ever and steadier on defense. His acquisition stands as one of the best of Brian Cashman’s tenure because a) the cost was Shane Greene, who has turned into a good setup man for the Tigers, but you turn a good setup man...
Via New York Post
2 hours ago

Judge stays AL vote leader; Yanks need help

Aaron Judge is a virtual lock to be patrolling the outfield for the American League during the upcoming All-Star Game, to be played on July 11 at Marlins Park in Miami, but his Yankees teammates Starlin Castro, Matt Holliday and Gary Sanchez are among those who need your help to punch tickets to the Midsummer Classic.
Via Yankees.com
3 hours ago

Hicks placed on DL; Ellsbury activated

The Yankees reinstated Jacoby Ellsbury from the 7-day concussion disabled list, accelerating his return to fill the spot of Aaron Hicks, who hit the 10-day DL with a right oblique strain.
Via Yankees.com
5 hours ago

New York Yankees: Slumping into midseason

Via FOX Sports
5 hours ago

Yankees bring back Jacoby Ellsbury: What it means

The Yankees also made a bunch of other moves, including sending Aaron Hicks to the disabled list There was plenty of movement on the Yankees' roster before they faced the White Sox in the first game of their four-game set in Chicago on Monday. The team activated Jacoby Ellsbury from the disabled list. Ellsbury had been out since June 3 after...
Via NJ.com
6 hours ago

The Aaron Hicks injury creates a spot for one of the Triple-A outfield prospects

The losses are starting to pile up. Not just in the standings either. The Yankees have lost ten of their last 12 games, and they’ve also lost several players to injuries during that time as well. Yesterday Aaron Hicks went down with a right oblique issue. He’s expected to go on the disabled list and miss 3-4 weeks. Yuck. Hicks as been great this year overall. Losing him is no...
Via River Avenue Blues
7 hours ago

Jacoby Ellsbury flying to meet Yankees, with his job open again

Help is en route for the Yankees. Jacoby Ellsbury appears set to rejoin the team after he was spotted Monday morning aboard a flight to Chicago, where the Yankees open a four-game series against the White Sox. It is unclear whether Ellsbury would be active for Monday night’s game. The Yankees’ opening day center fielder...
Via New York Post
8 hours ago

Holliday makes impact with veteran presence

When the Yankees signed Matt Holliday to a one-year, $13 million contract this past December, they knew they were getting a prototype 37-year-old right-handed swinger perfectly suited to the role of designated hitter. They just didn't realize what kind of presence Holliday would have in the clubhouse.
Via Yankees.com
8 hours ago

Injuries Top List Of Catastrophes To Befall Yankees

Since breaking their seven-game losing streak, the Yankees are 2-3, having lost both series on the recently-completed home-stand. Amazingly, they are still in first place (even if it is by mere percentage points).  As someone posted in an article link they tweeted, it seems as if no one wants to win the AL East. Of course that's not true. Speaking only for the Yankees, it's...
Via Lady At The Bat
11 hours ago

How Yankees' Old-Timers would pitch Aaron Judge

Seven Yankees pitchers attending 2017 Old-Timers' Day at Yankee Stadium talk about how they'd try to pitch to the leading home run hitter in today's game, Aaron Judge.
Via NJ.com
12 hours ago

New York Yankees trade rumors: three needs

The New York Yankees have surprised baseball fans everywhere this season with their success to this point. Though the Yankees were expected to be a competitive team, few saw them appearing as dominant as they have at certain points so far this season. Thanks to equally great pitching and hitting, the Yankees have had a grip on first place in the American League East division for...
Via isportsweb.com
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Yankees brass drove all the joy, excitement out of the Stadium

If the previous Yankee Stadium was a “cathedral,” this one, almost from Day 1, sounds like one. Perhaps the life was drained from Friday night’s crowd after a 1-hour, 42-minute rain delay then a 2-1, 10-inning game that ran another 3:32. Still, the Yankees — the New York Yankees, for crying out loud — were...
Via New York Post
19 hours ago

New York Yankees: Pitching woes spell trouble as the trade deadline looms

The New York Yankees hit the ground sprinting back in April and had a 21-9 record by May 8th. Since then, however, the Yankees have not been the same team as they have posted a 19-24 record since those strong first 30 games. Luckily for the Yankees, those 21 wins in 30 games don’t go bad, and that start has almost everything to do with why the Yankees are still, somehow, in first...
Via isportsweb.com
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

CJ Nitkowski tweets out wrong Rangers-Yankees score, melts down after being corrected

Rangers broadcaster CJ Nitkowski attempted to send out a Twitter siren announcing a key moment during Sunday’s game against the Astros, but he didn’t quite have the details correct. Here’s the since-deleted tweet: That’s pretty standard practice, and kudos to Nitkowski for being an ex-player-turned-broadcaster willing to be engaging on social media.Where Nitkowski erred,...
Via Awful Announcing
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cuban-American businessman emerges as potential Marlins buyer

Whether it’s former MLB player Derek Jeter or the Romney family, there’s been a ton of reports surfacing as to who might purchase the Miami Marlins.We can add another name to the list.Cuban-American businessman and owner of MasTec, Jorge Mas, has reportedly emerged as a serious candidate to buy the Marlins from owner Jeffrey Loria.“A source with direct knowledge of the possible...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Evaluation of the New York Yankees starting rotation

The New York Yankees have had a pitching dilemma for quite some time now. There is a lack of consistency in the rotation and what one starter does tends to give a polar opposite effect to another pitcher. At no point this season has every starter in the rotation been in tune with one another to form problems for opposing lineups. Without a doubt these starters all have the capability...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Matt Holliday and Aaron Judge batting practice

Matt Holliday and Aaron Judge batting practice.
Via YES Network
4 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: New York Yankees snap 7 game skid, beat Angels 8-4

Matt Holliday, Joe Girardi, and Tyler Clippard discuss an 8-4 victory for the New York Yankees over the Angels at Yankee Stadium, which snapped a 7 game losing streak for the Bronx Bombers.
Via SNY
4 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: New York Yankees drop 7 straight games

Joe Girardi, Tyler Clippard, and Brett Gardner try to explain what went wrong for the New York Yankees after the Bronx Bombers saw their losing streak hit seven games Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium.
Via SNY
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Judge will consider participating in Home Run Derby

Good news, fans: Aaron Judge is considering participating in next month’s Home Run Derby.The New York Yankees rookie says he received an invitation last week to participate in the fun All-Star week competition. He says he is considering it.“I’m going to think about it for a while,” Judge said Tuesday. “Just haven’t honestly thought about. I’m more focused on what I...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss
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