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Curtain Call for Gregorius on the Road!

photo: Kathy Willer/AP It’s hard to decide what’s more remarkable; Didi Gregorius having 10 home runs in 25 games this season, or the curtain call. I’m going to go ahead and say it’s the curtain call. With all of the Yankee jerseys at Angel Stadium, Friday’s game felt like a home game. Some people online were even calling it Yankee Stadium West. A fitting moniker. … Continue reading Curtain Call for Gregorius on the Road!

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Gary Sanchez Walks Off Twins as Yankees Complete Sweep

photo credit:Getty Images Look out everyone, Gary Sanchez is starting to heat up! After a tough start to the season, Sanchez is now 10 for his last 34 at bats along with a .384 on base percentage. Surprisingly, it was the first time Sanchez has hit a walk off home run in the major leagues. The home run came in the bottom of the 9th … Continue reading Gary Sanchez Walks Off Twins as Yankees Complete Sweep

After Slow Start Miguel Andujar Starting to Figure It Out

photo credit:AP / Lynne Sladky Cold Start but Heating Up Miguel Andujar started the 2018 season at only 1 for 16. Some were suggesting that he wasn’t quite ready for the big club after tearing the ball off the cover in Spring Training. Since then, he’s been 17 for 46 for a .370 batting average, and is just shy of .300 for the season. Mostly … Continue reading After Slow Start Miguel Andujar Starting to Figure It Out

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Severino Solid as Yankees Take 3 of 4 From Blue Jays

photo credit:Getty Images Luis Severino went 7 innings of 1 run ball against the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday, leading the Yankees to their third victory in the four game series. The Yankees ace surrendered only three hits and two walks, while striking out six. Severino’s record improves to 4-1 so far this season. David Robertson and Aroldis Chapman threw scoreless innings to secure the … Continue reading Severino Solid as Yankees Take 3 of 4 From Blue Jays