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4/27/2016 | Elvis' tie-breaking triple takes care of Yankees

Starter Martin Perez earned his first win of the season, and the Rangers took their second straight over the Yankees with a 3-2 victory on Wednesday night. The Yankees have lost 10 of their last 14 games.


4/27/2016 | A-Rod gets two milestones with one swing

With a solo home run to left-center off Martin Perez, Alex Rodriguez recorded his 100th homer at Globe Life Park and scored his 1,000th run as a Yankee in New York's 3-2 loss to Texas.


4/27/2016 | Small in stature, Torreyes puts up big numbers

The shortest player on the Yankees happens to have the highest batting average right now, and the reputation of diminutive rookie infielder Ronald Torreyes is growing.


4/27/2016 | Glasnow among top prospect performers Tuesday

After he struggled in his last start for Triple-A Indianapolis, Pirates No. 1 prospect Tyler Glasnow returned to form Tuesday to fire six scoreless innings in a win against Durham.


4/27/2016 | Consistency -- and 1st win -- elude Severino

After allowing six runs in a 10-1 loss to the Rangers, Luis Severino will just have to keep searching for his consistency -- and for his first win of 2016.


4/26/2016 | Yankees, Rangers wrap up series behind CC, Perez

Rangers left-hander Martin Perez will be looking for his first victory while Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia will be trying to get deeper into a game when they face each other on Wednesday night in the series finale.


4/26/2016 | Herrera, Holder combine for Thunder no-hitter

Ronald Herrera and Jonathan Holder combined to throw a nine-inning no-hitter on Tuesday night as Double-A Trenton shutout New Hampshire, 4-0. It was the second nine-inning no-hitter in team history.


4/26/2016 | With booming bats, Texas puts brakes on skid

A five-run third inning helped bring the Rangers out of their offensive malaise, and they snapped a four-game losing streak with a 10-1 victory over the Yankees on Tuesday night.


4/26/2016 | A-Rod 'hopeful' after swinging off tee

The Yankees decided on Tuesday to give Alex Rodriguez one more day to rest his injured left oblique, planning instead to start him on Wednesday against Rangers lefty Martin Perez, manager Joe Girardi said.


4/26/2016 | With a dazzling array, Eovaldi nearly unhittable

Relying on an array of effective pitches -- including a slider, a splitter, a changeup and the occasional slow curve -- Nathan Eovaldi overmatched the Rangers as he took a no-hitter into the seventh inning on Monday.


4/25/2016 | Griffin, Severino step into spotlight for Rangers, Yankees

Rangers right-hander A.J. Griffin will try to build off his promising start to the season when he goes against the Yankees on Tuesday night at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Griffin will face right-hander Luis Severino, who is looking for his first victory of the season.


4/25/2016 | Yanks ride Nathan's no-no bid to victory

Nathan Eovaldi took a no-hitter into the seventh inning before giving up a leadoff single to Nomar Mazara, and the Yankees held on for a 3-1 victory over the Rangers on Monday night.


4/25/2016 | Neither A-Rod, Hicks expected to hit DL

The injuries sustained by Alex Rodriguez and Aaron Hicks over the past few days apparently aren't serious enough to warrant sending either to the disabled list.


4/25/2016 | Yankees place Kaprielian on Minor League DL

Right-hander James Kaprielian, the Yankees' No. 4 prospect per MLB Pipeline, has been placed on the Minor League disabled list with inflammation in his right elbow.


4/25/2016 | Rodgers, Bell, Happ lead Prospect Team of the Week

MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.


4/24/2016 | Rangers set for clash with 'dangerous' Yanks

The Yankees aren't off to a great start in the American League East, but Rangers manager Jeff Banister isn't inclined to overlook them. They will make their annual visit to Arlington on Monday, when they open a three-game series against the Rangers at Globe Life Park. Nathan Eovaldi starts for New York, while Cesar Ramos makes his first start of the season for Texas.


4/24/2016 | Yankees hitting road at right time

It's still only the end of April, but the Yankees may already be facing a moment of truth. They're heading out on the road for a tough nine-game trip through Texas, Boston and Baltimore, short on offense and suddenly even shorter on players.


4/24/2016 | Pinder to see Dr. Andrews for second opinion

Yankees right-handed reliever Branden Pinder, who is currently on the 15-day disabled list with a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching elbow, will see orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews this week for a second opinion on his injury, the team announced on Sunday.


4/24/2016 | A-Rod has oblique stiffness; MRI negative

Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez exited Sunday's 8-1 loss to the Rays at Yankee Stadium with stiffness in his left oblique. He underwent an MRI after the game, which came back negative. Rodriguez will travel with the team to Arlington for the series against the Rangers.


4/24/2016 | McCann leads group of All-Star worthy Yanks

Sunday marked the opening day of voting for the All-Star Game, to be held on July 12 at San Diego's Petco Park, with the official release of the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot.


4/24/2016 | Yanks hope to avoid placing Hicks on DL

Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks awoke on Sunday morning and didn't feel appreciably better than he did on Friday night after injuring his left shoulder attempting to make a diving catch.


4/24/2016 | Yankees prospect Acevedo dies in car crash

Eighteen-year-old Yankees prospect Sandy Acevedo, signed as an international free agent from the Dominican Republic last year, died in a car accident on Saturday night, the team announced before Sunday's series finale against the Rays at Yankee Stadium.


4/23/2016 | Tanaka getting ball to dominant bullpen duo

For a second straight start, Masahiro Tanaka gave his team exactly the outing it needed. The right-hander might not be at his absolute sharpest, his stuff not as electric as it was when he broke into the Majors two seasons ago, but he was effective again in the Yankees' 3-2, walk-off win over the Rays at Yankee Stadium on Saturday.


4/23/2016 | Feel-good ending much needed for Yankees

The sneak attack worked perfectly, as Didi Gregorius and Ivan Nova hoisted a large orange bucket high above Brett Gardner's head and rewarded the walk-off hero with an icy bath. This was exactly the celebration the Yankees needed in what's been a very long week.


4/23/2016 | Efficient to start 2016, Smyly takes on Yanks

Two pitchers who have had opposite starts to their 2016 campaigns will toe the rubber when the Rays and Yankees match up Sunday for the finale of their three-game weekend series at Yankee Stadium. New York is going for the sweep.




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