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May

21
New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole will face hitters Tuesday

New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole will take another step in his recovery from nerve inflammation in his elbow on Tuesday when he faces hitters for the first time since landing on the injured list in late March. Yankees manager Aaron Boone, who confirmed the news to reporters on Monday, stated Cole was feeling good on Sunday after throwing 40 pitches in his fifth bullpen session on Saturday. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports “Yeah, it’s important,” Boone said. “Bouncing back from a two-up bullpen with some guys standing in on him, and I know (he […]

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April

08
Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s post-homer shush draws Yanks fans’ ire

Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s trot got Yankee Stadium fans hot. The Toronto Blue Jays star celebrates his home runs with a distinctive series of moves while circling the bases, including a shushing motion when he rounds third. When Guerrero went deep with Toronto trailing the New York Yankees by seven runs on Saturday night, fans in the Bronx responded to his running routine with boos. “It’s something that I do everywhere regardless the situation,” Guerrero said through an interpreter after the Blue Jays’ 9-8 loss. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports With the Blue Jays behind 9-2, Guerrero […]

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March

29
Juan Soto delivers game-saving throw in New York Yankees debut

That Juan Soto’s first signature Yankee moment happened in his debut on Opening Day wasn’t far-fetched for a superstar with an uncanny ability to show out in the biggest moments. But for that moment to happen on a game-saving defensive play? That wasn’t a part of the script anyone, at least on the outside, envisioned for Soto, whose defense has been a knock on him, especially over the past two seasons. That’s what happened Thursday afternoon versus the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park. With one out and two runners on in the ninth inning and the Yankees nursing a one-run lead, Kyle Tucker smashed a single […]

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March

26
Yankees’ DJ LeMahieu to start season on IL with bruised foot

New York Yankees leadoff hitter DJ LeMahieu will start the season on the injured list due to a bruised right foot, the latest injury setback for the former batting champion. The third baseman has been sidelined since fouling a ball off the foot on March 16. He is expected to miss at least the seven-game trip that starts Thursday at Houston. “It’s a little bit slow go on the recovery side,” Yankees general manager Brian Cashman stated Monday. “He banged it up pretty good.” An MRI and CT scan last week were both negative. Cashman stated there will be a follow-up MRI this […]

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March

18
Yankees ace Gerrit Cole (elbow) won’t throw for 3-4 weeks

New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole won’t throw for three to four weeks due to a nerve irritation and edema in his throwing elbow. “I think we’ve determined that we just got a little too hot a little too quick,” Cole said before Saturday’s game against Toronto. “I just got to a certain point where we just didn’t hit baseline and recovery. That’s important at this time of the year.” Yankees general manager Brian Cashman stated that if the team needed a 40-man roster spot, Cole would be placed on the 60-day injured list, which means the earliest the AL Cy Young award winner […]

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January

30
Angels, OF Aaron Hicks agree to deal; Yankees on hook for $19M

The Los Angeles Angels agreed to terms on a one-year contract with veteran outfielder Aaron Hicks on Monday, adding him to an outfield mix that involves Mike Trout, Taylor Ward, Mickey Moniak and Jo Adell. Hicks is still under the seven-year, $70 million contract he initially signed with the New York Yankees, which extends through the 2025 season. The deal pays Hicks $9.5 million in 2024 and $9.5 million in 2025 and includes a $1 million buyout for a club option in 2026. The Yankees are still responsible for all of it minus the major league minimum of $740,000 the Angels will pay him in 2024. Looking for the […]

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December

06
Red Sox trade Alex Verdugo to Yankees for three pitchers

The Yankees acquired outfielder Alex Verdugo from the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night, with New York turning to the 27-year-old to improve its offense in just the eighth trade between the rivals since the start of the Divisional Era in 1969. The Red Sox received right-handers Richard Fitts, Greg Weissert and Nicholas Judice in the deal. Verdugo spent the last four seasons in Boston after joining the Red Sox as the main return in the trade that sent star outfielder Mookie Betts to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Verdugo, who is arranged to make around $9 million in his final season of arbitration, hit .264/.324/.421 with 13 home runs and 54 RBIs […]

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November

30
Luis Severino goes from Yankees to Mets with $13M deal

Right-hander Luis Severino and the New York Mets on Wednesday agreed to a one-year, $13 million contract, sources told ESPN, sending the longtime Yankee to a Mets team that plans to spend its winter upgrading a depleted rotation. Severino, 29, had spent all of his eight-year career with the Yankees, including a rough 2023 in which he posted a 6.65 ERA over 89⅓ innings. Still, the free agent market has set the price of veteran starting pitchers at $10 million-plus a year — and Severino’s past success bought him slightly more. Over his first seven seasons with the Yankees, Severino was highly effective when healthy. He […]

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November

22
Yankees hire Brad Ausmus as bench coach for manager Aaron Boone

The Yankees hired Brad Ausmus to replace Carlos Mendoza as bench coach for manager Aaron Boone, the team revealed Tuesday. Ausmus managed Detroit from 2014-17 and the Los Angeles Angels in 2019, winning the AL Central at 90-72 in his first season with the Tigers before Baltimore swept Detroit in a Division Series. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports Ausmus spent 2022 as the Oakland Athletics’ bench coach for manager Bob Melvin. Mendoza had been the Yankees’ bench coach for four seasons when he left on Nov. 13 to manage the New York Mets. Ausmus becomes the […]

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November

16
Padres’ Blake Snell, Yankees’ Gerrit Cole win Cy Young Awards

San Diego Padres starter Blake Snell collected his second Cy Young Award on Wednesday, this time in the National League, while New York Yankees hurler Gerrit Cole took home his first award unanimously after twice coming in second and finishing in the top five three other times. Snell became the seventh player — and second left-hander — to earn the award in each league, joining Gaylord Perry, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Roger Clemens, Roy Halladay and Max Scherzer. He previously won the AL Cy Young while a member of the Tampa Bay Rays in 2018. “It feels amazing,” Snell said. “It definitely feels good and I’m trying to enjoy this […]

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