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Casey Peterson

Fleeting moments make a baseball season unique

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We tend to judge an entire season in generalities, but we should appreciate the small moments that get us through a full season.

Even when your team is winning you can sometimes get lost in the day-after-day nature of baseball. One game blends into the next as you work your way through 162, and when the season ends we often generalize what that season was like based on the final outcome. I tend to fall into this trap, where the brief moments that...

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Aaron Judge Is Showing That the Yankees Are Still His Team

Following a slow start to the season, many baseball fans debated if New York Yankees captain Aaron Judge was slipping into Juan Soto‘s shadow. Fast forward to the end of May and Judge has put that slow start behind him – very far behind him.

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New York Yankees Starting Pitches Make Incredible MLB History

Heading into the 2024 MLB season, there were some concerns about the New York Yankees pitching staff. Reigning Cy Young award winner Gerrit Cole was going to begin the season on the sidelines after suffering an injury in Spring Training.

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2024 Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire Adds: Alex Verdugo, Adam Duvall, Matt Waldron

Playing the waiver wire effectively is crucial to fantasy baseball success throughout the season. Each week of the 2024 campaign, this article will help pinpoint which players are readily available to be picked up in most formats.

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Yankees icon respects Juan Soto holding out for free agency

Former New York Yankees pitcher David Cone believes that Juan Soto should absolutely see what's out there on the free-agent market.

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Peter Brody

The Yankees pitching lab has churned out a new weapon

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Two years ago, it was the sweeper. This year, the changeup is the latest off the pitch design conveyor belt.

Back in spring 2022, we caught wind of a new phenomenon hot out of the Yankees pitching lab — what Lindsey Adler, then of The Athletic, termed the ‘whirly’ slider. We’ve seen this pitch sweep its was across the league in the intervening period, practically every major league rotation and bullpen in possession of multiple variants of...

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Matt Ferenchick

1999 Diary, May 29: Cone cruises in Canada

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On this day 25 years ago, the Yankees continued their excellent run against the Blue Jays.

It can’t have been too much fun to have been an AL East team in the Yankees 1996-2000 dominant period. Just as an example, in the historic 1998 season, the Yankees went 33-15 against their four AL East foes, winning the division by 22 games. The one team that regular played the Yankees close that year was the Toronto Blue Jays, who managed a...

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Scott Boras makes telling comments on future of Yankees' Juan Soto

Soto remains on track to reach free agency after the season and seems to increase the value of his next contract with each week. 

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New York Yankees Star Putting Together Spectacular 2024 Season

New York Yankees Shortstop Anthony Volpe is doing something no Yankees player has done in over a decade. Volpe is in the midst of a 20-game hitting streak which is the longest for a Yankees player since Second Baseman Robinson Cano had a 23-game hitting streak in 2012.

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Yankees’ veteran infielder makes positive impact in return

The New York Yankees have been anticipating the return of veteran infielder DJ LeMahieu, who has been sidelined while rehabilitating from a significant bruise to his right foot.

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The Yankees are watching their young shortstop blossom into a star

If you blink, you might miss Yankees shortstop Anthony Volpe extending his hitting streak, which now stands at a record-breaking 20 consecutive games, surpassing Derek Jeter’s previous record.

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Andrew Mearns

Rivalry Roundup: Red Sox do Yanks a solid in Baltimore

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It’s not every day that Yankees fans are glad about a Red Sox victory, but Boston’s 8-3 win at Camden Yards helped the Yankees on a tough night.

I had a nice little introduction planned where I would briefly touch on the Yankees winning late out in Anaheim after most of their top opponents had already played. Instead, they blew a late lead to a bad team. It was pretty dumb! Read Josh for more because I’d rather just flush that game out of my...

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Yankees' Luis Gil vies to extend dominance in clash vs. Angels

New York Yankees right-hander Luis Gil will be out to finish a historic month in style when he takes the mound against the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night in the middle contest of a three-game series at Anaheim, Calif.

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Andrés Chávez

Which minor-league hitters are next up on the Yankees’ depth chart?

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The Yankees have a few guys who could contribute this year, either in the short-term or later in the summer.

The Yankees entered play on Tuesday with MLB’s top offense by both OPS (.773) and wRC+ (122), with Aaron Judge and Juan Soto helping the team to a league-best 81 homers. This year’s group of position players is deeper and better than that of last year, and the results on the field are evident. Still, injuries...

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Madison Pavich

Yankees prospects: Domínguez goes deep again

Recapping the Yankees’ minor league affiliates’ results from May 28th.

Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders: L, 0-10 at Toledo Mud Hens

2B Yorbit Vivas 1-3, 1 3B, 1 BB, 1 K
SS Oswald Peraza 0-3, 1 BB, 1 K
1B T.J. Rumfield 0-4, 1 K
C Carlos Narvaez 1-2, 2 BB
DH Jose Rojas 0-4, 2 K
RF Oscar Gonzalez 0-4, 1 K
LF Taylor Trammell 2-4, 1 2B, 1 K
3B Jeter Downs 0-2, 1 BB, 2 K
CF Greg Allen 0-3, 2 K

Edgar Barclay 5 IP, 2 R, 3 H, 2 BB, 2 K (loss)
Clayton Andrews 1 IP, 3 R, 3 H, 1 BB, 1 K, 1 HR

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Madison Pavich

Today on Pinstripe Alley - 5/29/24

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The West Coast trip has reached peak West Coast vibes.

There’s just something about West Coast trips that lead to some weird baseball being played. Whether its in Oakland, Anaheim, Seattle, you name it — there’s been some funky stuff that happens late at night when the majority of folks over on the East Coast are already asleep that leads to some frustrating losses. The Yankees have been bitten by this curse lately, dropping their second...

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Jake Devin

NYY News: DJ, Hamilton return

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Aaron Judge excelling in center field, for now; Jose Trevino named Most Valuable Philanthropist; Negro Leagues to become part of major league historical record; Where does DJ slot in the lineup?

New York Daily News | Gary Phillips: DJ LeMahieu is back from a toe injury suffered back in March, and that poses some interesting lineup conundrums for Aaron Boone and the Yankees. Aaron Boone stated in spring training that LeMahieu was his ideal leadoff man,...

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Joshua Diemert

Yankees 3, Angels 4: Mishaps in the eighth seal series opener

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The Yankees didn’t get a man on past the fifth, and it cost them dearly in Anaheim.

This one’s a stinker. The Yankees got another solid start, Tommy Kahnle looked good despite throwing only four pitches, and Juan Soto had a bloop and a blast. But Luke Weaver couldn’t be perfect, and a late defensive lapse from Anthony Rizzo helped doom the Yanks in a game they should have won. The Angels took advantage and took the series opener, 4-3.


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Angels edge Anthony Volpe, Yankees

Taylor Ward hit a two-run double in the eighth inning and the Los Angeles Angels rallied for a 4-3 victory over the New York Yankees in Anaheim, Calif., on Tuesday night to end a three-game losing streak.

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Joshua Diemert

NYY @ LAA: Nestor Cortes vs. Griffin Canning

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The Yankees open up the second leg of this West Coast tour with the southpaw on the bump.

After a successful weekend in San Diego, the Yankees turn slightly north to Anaheim for a trio of games with the Angels. LAA is in the doghouse of the AL West, and this does feel like a little bit of a trap series, even with how well New York’s been playing. Nestor Cortes will be tasked with preventing that kind of a disappointing turn, and he does seem...

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