3/30/2015 | Yanks believe good health will lead to good offense
If you sit down and crunch the Yankees' math, the most important number to remember may be 633. That's the number of runs they scored last season, ranking near the bottom of the American League, and they must exceed it to achieve their goal of championship-caliber ball in 2015.
3/29/2015 | Eovaldi praised by hometown legend Ryan
Nolan Ryan seemed to be everywhere in Nathan Eovaldi's shared hometown of Alvin, Texas, and the strikeout king was also present during Eovaldi's scoreless outing in the Yankees' 7-0 victory over the Astros on Sunday afternoon at Osceola County Stadium.
3/29/2015 | A-Rod makes debut at first in Yanks' victory
At this stage of Alex Rodriguez's career, there are not many new experiences to be found between the white lines. Standing at first base, charging a ground ball and feeding it to a moving target qualified as one of them.
3/29/2015 | Didi reports improvement after straining left wrist
Didi Gregorius received treatment and reported some improvement in his strained left wrist on Sunday, one day after the Yankees' shortstop awkwardly rolled on his glove hand diving for a ground ball.
3/29/2015 | Yanks bring back Burton three days after release
The Yankees re-signed Jared Burton to a Minor League contract on Sunday, agreeing on a new deal with the right-hander three days after he was released by the club, among several other transactions that trimmed their spring roster.
3/29/2015 | Teixeira 'fine' after bruising knee in Minors game
Mark Teixeira was diagnosed with a right knee contusion after being hit by a pitch in a Minor League game on Sunday morning, the Yankees announced.
3/29/2015 | Headley lends a hand in Eovaldi's shutdown start
Chase Headley went 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs to back another strong outing from Nathan Eovaldi to help the Yankees beat the Astros, 7-0, on Sunday afternoon at Osceola County Stadium.
3/28/2015 | Betances has more to fix in Spring Training
Dellin Betances would hate to get on the plane without another clean inning under his belt, so this is going to be an important week for the Yankees right-hander to iron out the wrinkles.
3/28/2015 | Minor Leaguers pounce on Sabathia's pitches
It's often said that Minor League hitters swing early and often, and CC Sabathia barked when his first pitch Saturday was slugged over the wall by Alen Hanson, an infielder with the Pirates' Triple-A squad. Sabathia served up two homers in a five-inning Minor League outing that he said was productive.
3/28/2015 | A-Rod adds third homer to consistent spring
Alex Rodriguez slugged his third Grapefruit League homer Saturday, a solo shot to left-center off Orioles left-hander Brian Matusz, in the seventh inning of Baltimore's 10-2 victory at George M. Steinbrenner Field.
3/28/2015 | Gregorius to take time off with wrist sprain
The Yankees are hopeful that rest will help Didi Gregorius' sprained left wrist after the shortstop was injured diving for a second-inning ground ball Saturday against the Orioles.
3/28/2015 | Yankees honor prospects Severino, Refsnyder
Rob Refsnyder and Luis Severino have been honored as the winners of the 2014 Kevin Lawn Award as the Yankees' Minor League Player of the Year and Pitcher of the Year, respectively.
3/27/2015 | A-Rod makes first 180-foot dashes of spring
As Alex Rodriguez checks the boxes off his mental to-do list this spring, he was waiting for an opportunity to make the pair of 180-foot dashes from first to third and second to home. Both were knocked out on a busy Friday afternoon.
3/27/2015 | Drew goes 3-for-3, shows signs of heating up
The Yankees are hoping that a more normal Spring Training will allow Stephen Drew to return to the form he showed two seasons ago, and that belief was not shaken by the veteran infielder's slow start at the plate.
3/27/2015 | Drew, Yanks' bats erupt behind solid Pineda
Yankees second baseman Stephen Drew had three hits and two RBIs in Friday's 10-0 rain-shortened victory over the Phillies at Bright House Field. The game was called with one out in the top of the sixth inning.
3/27/2015 | A-Rod to get 5-inning look at first on Sunday
The Yankees have been preparing Alex Rodriguez to serve as an emergency backup at first base, and they'll get a chance to evaluate his progress on Sunday against the Astros in Kissimmee, Fla.
3/27/2015 | Yankees tab Tanaka for Opening Day start
Yankees manager Joe Girardi has officially named right-hander Masahiro Tanaka the team's Opening Day starter, and the skipper outlined his rotation beyond that on Friday morning. Michael Pineda, CC Sabathia and Nathan Eovaldi will follow Tanaka in the rotation. Sabathia has made the last six Opening Day starts for the Yankees.
3/26/2015 | Steinbrenner confident in Yankees' chances
Yankees managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner is confident about his club's chances of competing in the American League East this season, voicing that optimism in a pair of New York radio interviews on Thursday.
3/26/2015 | Warren works to further cement status as fifth starter
Adam Warren moved closer to earning the No. 5 spot in the Yankees' starting rotation, but no official announcement has been made the club just yet.
3/26/2015 | Yankees release right-hander Burton
The Yankees unconditionally released right-hander Jared Burton from his Minor League contract.
3/26/2015 | Manfred content with A-Rod's smooth return
Commissioner Rob Manfred has been pleased to see Alex Rodriguez re-assimilate into life as an active player and with the Yankees following the slugger's historic suspension, Manfred said on Thursday.
3/26/2015 | Warren solid in latest bid for rotation spot
Adam Warren was sharp in his latest bid to earn the No. 5 spot in the Yankees' rotation with five strikeouts over 3 2/3 innings in a loss to the Rays.
3/26/2015 | Ellsbury swings bat, optimistic for opener
Jacoby Ellsbury said that he is excited to pick up a bat for tee work and soft toss on Thursday, which he believes will be a good test as he attempts to be ready for the Yankees' Opening Day lineup.
3/25/2015 | Frustrated Betances vows to finish spring strong
The home run that Dellin Betances served up on Wednesday came on a hanging curve, so any chatter about radar-gun readings is irrelevant there. Yet with less than two weeks before Opening Day, the Yankees right-hander is running out of time to finish his spring on a strong note.
3/25/2015 | Tanaka working on improving two-seamer
If it appears that Masahiro Tanaka isn't lighting up the radar gun like he did during his terrific rookie campaign, the Yankees right-hander is armed with a good explanation, and it's one which he says is unrelated to last year's elbow injury. Tanaka revealed on Wednesday that he has decided to throw his two-seam fastball more this spring, a pitch that has less velocity than his four-seamer but adds downward movement.
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