Mark Trumbo connected for a go-ahead RBI single as part of a three-run 11th inning, lifting the Orioles to a 7-4 victory at Yankee Stadium on Sunday that snapped the Yankees' four-game winning streak.
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Brett Gardner homered twice and drove in four runs, Austin Romine collected a career-high five RBIs and Aaron Judge hit his American League-leading 10th homer as the Yankees claimed sole possession of first place in the AL East with a 12-4 victory over the Orioles on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.
Austin Romine always believed that he could handle regular catching duties in the big leagues, but the trick was convincing everyone else. That's why, on what might have been his best day as a pro, the Yankees' catcher said that he still carries what he calls "a positive chip" on his shoulder.
They've got a rookie outfielder who hits the ball harder than anyone else in the game and a closer who makes throwing 100 mph look routine. They've rallied from eight runs down to win. They play with emotion and grit and are wildly entertaining. And here's the thing about the New York Yankees: This is a dangerous team.
The third walk-off homer of Matt Holliday's career stamped an exclamation point on the Yankees' crazy 14-11 victory over the Orioles on Friday evening, and the designated hitter may be giving his team cause for celebration in more ways than one.
Gleyber Torres was 0-for-3 in his return from the disabled list on Friday, but the Yankees' top prospect promptly knocked off the rust and put his entire skillset on display Saturday.
Just before Starlin Castro launched a game-tying homer to set up Matt Holliday's walk-off blast, powering the Yankees' wild 14-11, 10-inning victory over the Orioles on Friday night, the second baseman issued a bold prediction from the Yankee Stadium infield clay.
All rise; the ruling is in. Yankees rookie Aaron Judge now owns the hardest-hit home run in the Statcast™ Era, topping Giancarlo Stanton's previous record by belting a 119.4-mph rocket into Monument Park in Friday night's wild 14-11 Yankees win over the Orioles at Yankee Stadium.
Reaching a round-number milestone is always sweeter in a win, and Jacoby Ellsbury couldn't have picked a more opportune evening to hit his first career grand slam.
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Down eight runs heading into the bottom of the sixth inning at Yankee Stadium on Friday night, the Yankees rallied to score 13 over the next five frames and beat the Orioles, 14-11, in 10 innings. Matt Holliday's walk-off, three-run homer against Jayson Aquino ended it.
At one point on Friday night, we simultaneously had Bryce Harper hitting with the bases loaded in the ninth inning, Manny Machado facing Aroldis Chapman, and Craig Kimbrel facing Kris Bryant. We had the Braves overcome a pair of four-run deficits; we had the Yankees overcome an eight-run deficit. It's not like baseball needed any help making this one of the most interesting nights all year.
Off to their best 20-game start since 2010, the Yankees believe their lineup is now even more formidable with the return of shortstop Didi Gregorius, who was activated from the 10-day disabled list prior to Friday's series opener against the Orioles.
Masahiro Tanaka got the best of an exquisite pitchers' duel against Chris Sale in a Thursday night thriller at Fenway Park, leading the Yankees to a 3-0 victory over the Red Sox. Neither team had an extra-base hit.
Andrew Triggs struck out a career-high nine batters over seven scoreless innings, while Jed Lowrie and Khris Davis added solo home runs as the A's ended their 10-game losing streak to the Astros in a 2-1 win on Saturday night at Minute Maid Park.
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Ron Blomberg is best known for playing with the Yankees and becoming the first designated hitter in 1973. But before anyone in baseball heard of him, Blomberg signed a letter of intent to play college basketball for head coach John Wooden at UCLA.
Aaron Judge's 25th birthday started out as one that he won't soon forget. Over the span of his first three innings at Fenway Park on Wednesday, the Yankees rookie mashed a two-run homer on the first pitch he saw, then hurdled a wall to catch a foul pop down the right-field line.
Aaron Judge and Luis Severino emerged from the thick fog at Fenway Park to lift the Yankees to a 3-1 victory over the Red Sox on Wednesday night in the first of 19 rivalry matchups this season.
Luis Severino's adrenaline rushed as he dialed the prized digits, having scored Pedro Martinez's phone number from a mutual acquaintance. It was a call he had to make; if anyone knew how to consistently dominate a big league lineup, it would be the Hall of Fame right-hander.
Aaron Judge will celebrate his 25th birthday by taking aim at the Green Monster for the first time in a Major League game, and it was between Fenway Park's white lines that the hulking rookie might have cemented his future in a Yankees uniform.
Tuesday's Yankees-Red Sox game has been postponed due to inclement weather. The current forecast for the Fenway Park area calls for sustained periods of rain to continue throughout the afternoon and into the evening hours, with temperatures in the low 40s.
Derek Jeter has spoken often about his desire to call the shots for a Major League Baseball franchise, so his former teammates reacted with little surprise that the retired Yankees captain could soon be one of the voices in charge of the Miami Marlins.
It's nearly as common a Spring Training refrain as the ubiquitous "best shape of my life," though it usually starts being uttered a couple of weeks later.
No sport lends itself to literate writing like baseball. America's national pastime makes appearances in the works of some of our most fabled authors. It has been used, as a stage or backdrop, to contemplate life, death, ambition, discrimination, God, sex, fame, success, failure, hope, madness and despair. Kill the Ampaya! The Best Latin American Baseball Fiction is a welcome reminder that inspired writing about the sport isn't limited to the United States.
What led to Greg Bird's struggles at the plate? Beat reporter Bryan Hoch answers questions from Yankees fans in the latest Inbox.
Posting zeroes has become the norm for Class A Kane County's Jon Duplantier in the first month of the Minor League season. On Monday, the D-backs' No. 8 prospect fired five dominant frames to extend his scoreless innings streak to 20 1/3 to begin the season.
It was Jordan Montgomery's best start of the three he has made this season in his brief Yankees career, but the rookie left-hander found little comfort in that on Sunday. New York lost the game and, by his own admission, he wasn't very good.
Yes, that's the same Ivan Nova. Facing his former team for the first time, Nova put together the kind of performance he's become known for since joining the Pirates, firing seven efficient innings and leading the Bucs to a 2-1 victory and series win over the Yankees on Sunday afternoon at PNC Park.
Judge draws high praise for moonshot
Held hitless for 4 2/3 innings Saturday afternoon, the Yankees finally found their bats -- in a big way. Starlin Castro and Chris Carter each launched a three-run homer and Aaron Judge added a solo shot in the ninth, leading the Yankees to an 11-5 win at PNC Park.
For those wondering why the Yankees signed Chris Carter, the big slugger provided a clue Saturday.
Clint Frazier has had Yankees fans abuzz since New York traded for him last July, but he hadn't gotten off to the hottest start to the 2017 season at the plate. As of Saturday, that looks like it might be changing.