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Tyler Austin Homers Twice in Yankees Loss

photo credit: SNY Well, you can’t win ’em all. The Toronto Blue Jays handed the Yankees their first loss of the 2018 season, 5-3. CC Sabathia gave up only one earned run in his five innings pitched. The veteran lefty had five strikeouts, along with four walks and five hits. Adam Warren came on in relief of Sabathia in the 6th inning. Warren would record … Continue reading Tyler Austin Homers Twice in Yankees Loss

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Tanaka Sharp as Yankees Improve to 2-0

photo credit:Mike Stobe/Getty For the second consecutive game, the Yankees starting pitching was superb. Likewise for the rest of the Yankees bullpen. Moreover, Aaron Boone improves to 2-0 as the Yankees rookie manager. Masahiro Tanaka made his best effort to demonstrate that spring training numbers don’t matter. The Japanese hurler didn’t walk a batter in his six innings pitched. In addition, Tanaka struck out eight … Continue reading Tanaka Sharp as Yankees Improve to 2-0

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Stanton in Mid-Season Form Already

photo credit:AP If there was ever any doubt about whether Giancarlo Stanton will be able to stand up to the pressures of playing in New York, it was erased on Thursday. Stanton immediately made his presence felt as a member of the Yankees, crushing an opposite-field home run on the second pitch he saw from Blue Jays’ starter JA Happ. Stanton struck again in the … Continue reading Stanton in Mid-Season Form Already

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It Begins! Yanks Take Season Opener Over Jays 6-1

photo-credit:Getty Images/Mike Stobe Stanton Goes Deep Twice In Yankees Debut Giancarlo Stanton began his offensive outburst as a Yankee without delay. First, Brett Gardner reached base on a fielding error to former Yankee Curtis Granderson. Next, Aaron Judge struck out. Then, Stanton took the second pitch he saw from Blue Jay starter JA Happ and ripped it over the right field fence for a 2-run … Continue reading It Begins! Yanks Take Season Opener Over Jays 6-1

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2018 Could be Historical Season for Yankees

  It’s Wednesday, the night before the Yankees take on the Toronto Blue Jays for the first game of the 2018 season. You can almost smell the freshly cut grass already, except that it’s artificial turf made of recycled tires and it smells like rubber. Expectations are high for the Yankees this season, and the vibe all during Spring Training seemed to be that anything … Continue reading 2018 Could be Historical Season for Yankees