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Chapman will be back in the closer role for Yankees Saturday

ARLINGTON, Texas – Aroldis Chapman will have a chance to lock down the closer’s role again, and will likely close for the Yankees on Saturday if the situation arises. “If we had a closer situation today, I’d probably use Chappy,” Joe Girardi said. Girardi said he’d like to have one closer down the stretch but added that having three arms ...

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Masahiro Tanaka takes giant step back as Yankees lose to Rangers

ARLINGTON, Texas — Tanaka The Terrible showed up again – this time in Texas. After winning his first three starts since coming off the disabled list, Masahiro Tanaka got shelled on Friday night, giving up seven runs in four-plus innings, as the Yankees blew a 5-1 lead and ultimately lost 11-5 to the Rangers at Globe Life Park. Tanaka, who ...

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Yankees – Rays series to be played at Citi Field due to Irma

The Yankees and Rays will play their next series at Citi Field due to Hurricane Irma, which is expected to hit Florida over the weekend, the Daily News confirmed. The two teams were scheduled to play Monday – Wednesday at Tropicana Field, with the Mets off Monday and traveling to face the Cubs. Joe Girardi acknowledged they were considering playing ...

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Yankees might play Rays at neutral site as Hurricane Irma looms

BALTIMORE — Joe Girardi remains uncertain as to what the Yankees and Rays will do next week as Hurricane Irma looms. But one thing the two teams won’t do is flip-flop their home dates. The Bombers face Tampa Bay on Sept. 11-13 at Tropicana Field. The Yankees and Rays will then play in the Bronx Sept. 26-28. It’s possible they ...

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Sonny Gray finally gets run support as Yankees rout Orioles, 9-1

BALTIMORE — Look what happens when Sonny Gray gets some run support. The Bombers plated three runs in the first inning — two courtesy of an Aaron Judge’s 39th homer of the season — and Gray and the Yankees coasted to a 9-1 win over the Orioles in a game that was supposed to be played on Wednesday night, but ...

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Gene 'Stick' Michael, Yankees exec of '90s dynasty, dead at 79

Gene “Stick” Michael, the beloved Yankees executive who helped build their late-1990s dynasty teams and drafted Derek Jeter, has died of a heart attack at age 79, the Daily News has learned. It is believed Michael underwent a procedure on his heart earlier this year, but the news was kept private. Michael served as the manager of the Yankees in ...

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Yankees lose heartbreaker to O's on Manny Machado walk off

BALTIMORE — Dellin Betances hung a breaking ball – and Manny Machado didn’t miss it. “It didn’t do much,” Betances said. “He’s a good hitter, and he hit that ball really well.” Machado’s walk-off two-run homer against Betances with two outs in the ninth inning completed a stunning comeback by the Orioles, who rallied from a 6-1 deficit to beat ...

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Red Sox caught using an Apple Watch to steal signs from Yankees

BALTIMORE — First, SpyGate. Now, iGate. The Boston Cheat Party is back at it again. MLB investigators have determined that the Red Sox were using an Apple Watch to steal catchers’ signs from the Yankees during their series at Fenway Park in August, sources confirmed to the News. “It was something we suspected was going on,” Brett Gardner said. Chad ...

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Yankees series against Rays may be moved due to Hurricane Irma

BALTIMORE — The Yankees’ three-game series in Tampa next week “might be in jeopardy” due to Hurricane Irma. The Bombers are slated to play at Tropicana Field Sept. 11-13. “I have just heard that it might be in jeopardy, and I think anyone that looks at the path would assume that it might be in jeopardy,” Joe Girardi said Tuesday. ...

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Red Sox caught using an Apple Watch to steal signs from Yankees

The Red Sox are using modern technology to gain an edge on the opposition – including the rival Yankees. According to a New York Times report, MLB investigators have determined that Boston has been using an Apple Watch to assist in stealing signs from opposing catchers and relaying incoming pitches to their batters. The investigation was in response to an ...

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