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WATCH: The Joe Girardi Show: Family

Yankees manager Joe Girardi's daughter Serena joins the program to discuss the man she calls dad.
Via YES Network
20 minutes ago  |  Discuss

Yankees, StubHub strike deal, set resale ad price floor

NEW YORK (AP) The Yankees and StubHub ended their squabble, announcing a sponsorship agreement Monday that sets an advertising minimum price for resale tickets. StubHub will become the official fan-to-fan ticket reseller for the Yankees, replacing Ticketmaster's Yankee Ticket Exchange, and will be fully operational July 7. Ticketmaster will still remain the primary ticket vendor...
Via Associated Press
29 minutes ago  |  Discuss

Waiting is understandable, but the sooner the Yankees decide to sell, the better

One of the best and worst things about baseball these days is the second wildcard. It’s great because it gives more teams a chance at the postseason, and that’s generally a good thing for baseball. The Giants won the 2014 World Series as the second wildcard team, remember. Fans want to watch their team play meaningful games and the race for the second wildcard means more meaningful...
Via River Avenue Blues
53 minutes ago

Yankees president rips media, calls deadline fire sale talk 'nonsense'

Yankees 7 1/2 games back in AL East, says that's not unusual NEW YORK -- Yankees team president Randy Levine ripped the media while saying it's too soon for the club to decide whether it will buy or sell at the trade deadline. Levine also said the Yankees are capable of playing better and that the team is still in the playoff hunt. "I don't...
Via NJ.com
1 hour ago

Yankees, StubHub agree to multiyear deal

The Yankees and Stubhub announced on Monday that they have reached agreement on a multiyear sponsorship deal, designating the company as the team's official fan-to-fan ticket resale marketplace.
Via Yankees.com
1 hour ago

Glimmer of hope: Yankees' Mark Teixeira snaps homerless streak

It was his first since April 13 NEW YORK -- When Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira strolled to the plate in the eighth inning Sunday afternoon at Yankee Stadium it had been 74 days and 174 at-bats since he hit a home run in a major league baseball game, the longest drought in his career. Both of those numbers are now back to zero. Teixeira...
Via NJ.com
5 hours ago

Column: Yankees must get a grip on reality

The New York Yankees need to get a grip on reality. This is not a good ballclub. It is time that those running the organization – Hal Steinbrenner and Brian Cashman, mostly – stop pretending otherwise. The 2016 Yankees are mediocre at best, as evidenced by their .500 record 74 games into the season. At times the team looks respectabl, an honorable mention for wild card contention...
Via Today's Knuckleball
6 hours ago

Yankees Showered With Boos As Soft Part Of Schedule Ends

The boos rained hot and heavy on Sunday afternoon as the Yankees fell, yet again, back to .500 on the season, to a disheartening 37-37 record. Just 7 games away from the 81 game mark (halfway through the season) and the Yankees are continuing to do what they’ve done since the start: run in place.Having never been one for booing at a sports event. I prefer cold indifference demonstrated...
Via Lady At The Bat
6 hours ago

Yankees make it clear: Luis Severino still has work to do

Severino has a 3.10 ERA in five starts NEW YORK -- Since he returned from the disabled list and was shipped to Triple-A on June 3, Yankees' right-hander has been OK. He's sporting a 3.19 ERA in five starts and has struck out 26 batters in 31 innings.  But the Yankees don't seem impressed yet, at least not enough to warrant a promotion. And...
Via NJ.com
7 hours ago

Yankees reach $100M ticket resale deal with StubHub

The feud between the Yankees and StubHub is over — now that the team has agreed to a landmark deal that will make the fan-to-fan ticket exchange company the organization’s official reseller. Both parties are expected to announce the final terms of the agreement on Monday morning, but according to ESPN, the Bronx Bombers could...
Via New York Post
10 hours ago

New York Yankees: New deal with StubHub

The New York Yankees have been hit hard this season through dwindling attendance and widespread criticism from fans about their ticket prices and policies. Being the main seller of secondary tickets to the other 29 franchises since 2012, StubHub has been in a feud with the Yankees since that time. Publicly complaining about the company for years, the Yankees have been unwilling to...
Via isportsweb.com
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Yankees’ new core 4 isn’t the problem — the other 21 are

The Core Four these days in The Bronx is Carlos Beltran, Andrew Miller, Dellin Betances and Aroldis Chapman. Not exactly Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada, Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera, but good enough to give the don’t-be-seller romantics a flicker of hope. If the Yankees plan on making any kind of noise this summer, their current...
Via New York Post
19 hours ago

Eovaldi's rocky June extended with 4 HRs

In May, Yankees right-hander Nathan Eovaldi took five steps forward. But in June, he's followed that with five steps back.
Via Yankees.com
19 hours ago

Teixeira snaps career-long HR drought

Mark Teixeira slugged his fourth home run of the year in the eighth inning off the Twins' Tyler Duffey, accounting for New York's only run in a 7-1 loss. It was Teixeira's first homer since April 13 at Toronto, a span of 147 at-bats that represents the longest drought of his career.
Via Yankees.com
20 hours ago

New York Yankees need to beat good teams in order to prove they belong in Contention

After their 2-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Saturday, the New York Yankees found themselves over .500 for the first time since June 10 when they were 31-30. The Bronx Bombers have done it with solid enough pitching from their staff and the right amount of offense. However, they have also done it against some of the worst teams in baseball. To convince their fans and the...
Via The Sports Journal
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Game 73 Recap: All the way up over .500

The New York Yankees reached the .500 mark Friday night after their 5-3 victory over the visiting Minnesota Twins, so the objective on Saturday afternoon was simple: Push themselves into the above .500 threshold. The much-maligned Michael Pineda took the mound for the Yankees on a beautiful Saturday in The Bronx and wound up delivering a performance that was perhaps comparable to...
Via BP Bronx
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Yankees activate 1B Mark Teixeira from DL, cut Ike Davis

NEW YORK (AP) First baseman Mark Teixeira has been activated from the 15-day disabled list and is in the New York Yankees' lineup against the Minnesota Twins. Teixeira is set to bat sixth on Saturday, his first major league game since June 3. The switch-hitter had been sidelined with torn cartilage in his right knee. To open a spot on the roster, New York designated first baseman...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: CC Sabathia on Dellin Betances' success

CC Sabathia on Dellin Betances' success.
Via YES Network
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Alex Rodriguez’s hamstring seems to be attached to his eyes

In everyday life we most commonly think of human bodies holistically. Walking down the street we tend to see the fine folk in our path as people instead of limbs, torsos, rib cages and facial features. Things are a little different when evaluating athletes. In baseball, arms, shoulders, elbows, legs, and hands are commonly scrutinized intently by scouts, fans and front office...
Via BP Bronx
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Game 71 Recap: Starlin earns his pinstripes

This recap was going to read very differently in the seventh inning of Wednesday’s 9-8 Yankees’ win. CC Sabathia finally had an off night, middle relievers once again came back to haunt the Yankees, and the offense couldn’t do enough to overcome the deficit. Thankfully, the Yankees managed to come back from four runs and won the game in walk off fashion via a Starlin Castro...
Via BP Bronx
4 days ago  |  Discuss

‘Brutally honest’ Cashman knows Yankees may be sellers

New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman isn’t ready to concede the team should be sellers at the Aug. 1 trade deadline. But he nevertheless admitted his “brutally honest” nature will compel him to throw in the towel on the season if and when the time comes. Discussing the prospects of whether the Yankees will be buyers or sellers at the trade deadline ahead of Tuesday’s...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe DiMaggio lawyer blocking hit streak bobblehead night

On the 75th anniversary of the famed 56-game hitting streak, the New York Yankees had planned to honor Joe DiMaggio. The Bronx Bombers wanted to mark the anniversary of the Yankee legend’s greatest career  accomplishment with a bobblehead. Unfortunately, that will not happen. The team and DiMaggio’s lawyer, Morris Engelberg, could not agree on arrangements. Engelberg denied...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Hal Steinbrenner confident Yankees can still make playoffs

The New York Yankees have looked like a mediocre team at best this season, and they have a 34-35 record that shows it. With the trade deadline a little over a month away, it might be in their best interest to be sellers for a change rather than buyers. Hal Steinbrenner doesn’t see that happening. Why? Because the Yankees owner believes his team is still right in the thick of things...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Torre won’t say whether he’s invited to Derek Jeter’s wedding

Derek Jeter and Hannah Davis finally will get married on July 2 in Napa Valley. While the guest list of course is being fiercely protected, it hasn’t stopped the media from querying presumable invitees whether they will be in attendance. Joe Torre, Jeter’s longtime manager with the New York Yankees, was asked recently if he made the guest list for the nuptials of the superpower...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
6 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees: Could CC Sabathia make the All-Star team?

With the New York Yankees still stuck in mediocrity at 34-35 and sitting in fourth place in the AL East, one of the bright spots this season has definitely been the resurgent CC Sabathia. Written off as nothing more than a fringe #5 starter with a bloated contract, Sabathia has looked his best in years. That begs the question: could the 35-year-old actually make the All-Star team...
Via isportsweb.com
7 days ago  |  Discuss
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