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4/23/2014 | Pineda ejected for having pine tar on neck

Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda faces a likely suspension after he was ejected in the bottom of the second inning on Wednesday for having an illegal substance, believed to be pine tar, on the right side of his neck during his start against the Red Sox.


4/23/2014 | Gardner makes first career start in right field

Brett Gardner made his first Major League appearance as a right fielder on Wednesday against the Red Sox, a nod to the expansive outfield in that area and the relatively small amount of real estate to patrol in front of the Green Monster in left.


4/23/2014 | After 'nightmare' 2013, Jeter feeling refreshed

Maybe the most encouraging thing that the Yankees can say about Derek Jeter so far this season is that he has looked like himself, which is a refreshing change from the self-described "nightmare" campaign that the captain endured last year.


4/23/2014 | Mired in slump, Solarte held out of starting lineup

Yangervis Solarte is in his second offensive slump of the month, which prompted manager Joe Girardi to give the rookie infielder a day off on Wednesday against the Red Sox at Fenway Park.


4/23/2014 | Nova asks to get second opinion on right elbow

Ivan Nova has requested that noted sports orthopedist Dr. James Andrews offer a second opinion on his partially torn right ulnar collateral ligament, the Yankees said on Wednesday.


4/23/2014 | Girardi takes Pineda under his wing

Once things had calmed down, Yankees manager Joe Girardi did something absolutely brilliant. He summoned pitcher Michael Pineda to a private place up the tunnel from the visitors' dugout at Fenway Park on Wednesday night.


4/23/2014 | Tanaka turns in yet another efficient outing

Masahiro Tanaka may be just four starts into his Major League career, but the Yankees right-hander has shown just how impressive he can be.


4/22/2014 | Pineda looks to dominate Red Sox once again

Michael Pineda was involved in a minor controversy during his first start vs. the Red Sox this season, but the right-hander is out to prove his outing wasn't a fluke as he starts opposite John Lackey in Wednesday night's game at Fenway Park.


4/22/2014 | Happy homecoming: Ellsbury powers Yanks

It was an evening of mixed reactions, to be sure, but Jacoby Ellsbury did not need the high-definition video screen to show off his dynamic talents. Ellsbury did plenty of that in real time, keeping busy on the bases and in the field to help the Yankees to a 9-3 victory on Tuesday.


4/22/2014 | Not bad for openers: Ellsbury takes center stage

For Jacoby Ellsbury, there were no mixed emotions about returning to Fenway Park as a member of the Yankees on Tuesday. "I was looking forward to it," he said.


4/22/2014 | Nova likely to have Tommy John surgery

Ivan Nova's season appears to be over. The Yankees right-hander has been advised to have Tommy John surgery to repair a partially torn right ulnar collateral ligament.


4/22/2014 | Robertson returns from disabled list

The Yankees activated closer David Robertson from the disabled list on Tuesday, completing the right-hander's two-week recovery from a strained left groin.


4/21/2014 | Solarte quickly making name for himself

Yangervis Solarte, a 26-year-old infielder from Venezuela, has been receiving praise throughout the American League. A non-roster invitee to Spring Training, Solarte forced his way onto the team with a torrid exhibition stat line and has kept it up through his first month in the Majors.


4/21/2014 | NYCFC's inaugural season set for Yankee Stadium

New York City FC announced Monday that it will play its first season -- and perhaps a few more -- in Yankee Stadium while it seeks to build a soccer-only facility. NYCFC, an expansion franchise to Major League Soccer, will begin play next year and began selling season tickets on Monday.


4/20/2014 | Ellsbury makes first trip back to Fenway in pinstripes

Jacoby Ellsbury makes his return to Boston when the Yankees face the Red Sox on Tuesday. He will look to make an impact against Jon Lester, who will get the ball for the Sox.


4/20/2014 | Four-run 12th inning gives Yanks split with Rays

Dean Anna just barely held his swing and worked a bases-loaded, full-count walk against C.J. Riefenhauser in a 12th-inning battle between a pair of rookies, forcing home the go-ahead run as the Yankees defeated the Rays, 5-1, on Sunday at Tropicana Field.


4/20/2014 | Yankees, Rays each win replay challenges

There were two successfully challenged calls during Sunday's game between the Yankees and Rays at Tropicana Field, and after New York's 5-1 victory in 12 innings, a fourth-inning trap play still had the visitors talking.


4/20/2014 | Yankees juggle pitching staff

After surrendering 27 runs to the Rays over the last two games and losing Ivan Nova to injury, the Yankees shuffled their pitching staff prior to Sunday's series finale at Tropicana Field.


4/20/2014 | Tex hopes to provide Yanks with stability at first

Mark Teixeira is hoping to restore some normalcy to the Yankees' first-base position, as the five-time Gold Glove Award winner was activated from the 15-day disabled list before Sunday's game against the Rays at Tropicana Field.


4/20/2014 | Among flurry of moves, Yanks activate Tex

As part of a number of moves on Sunday, the Yankees activated Mark Teixeira from the 15-day disabled list and inserted him into the lineup, batting sixth and playing first base. Teixeira had not played since April 4, when he injured his right hamstring in a game against the Blue Jays.


4/20/2014 | Yankees to tweak roster for finale with Rays

The Yankees plan to shuffle the deck with several roster moves before Sunday's game -- including the activation of Mark Teixeira -- hoping to score a split of this four-game series with the Rays. Vidal Nuno will start for New York, with Cesar Ramos getting the call for Tampa Bay.


4/20/2014 | Infielder Anna pitches in from the mound

Dean Anna has spent the past few winters supplementing his income by pitching in with baseball clinics, so he is only a few months removed from tossing his last batting practice session. Those offseason workouts came in handy on Saturday, as he pumped 17 pitches, mopping up on the mound for the eighth inning of a 16-1 Tampa Bay rout.


4/19/2014 | Yankees thumped by Rays' five homers

Ivan Nova surrendered a career-high four home runs before walking off the field with a sore elbow. Things didn't get much better from there for the Yankees, who were thumped, 16-1, by the Rays on Saturday at Tropicana Field.


4/19/2014 | Partial UCL tear sends Nova to disabled list

Ivan Nova's season is in jeopardy after the Yankees right-hander was diagnosed with a partial tear of his right ulnar collateral ligament, an injury that often leads to Tommy John surgery. The Yankees placed Nova on the 15-day disabled list. He will be further evaluated in New York on Monday by team physician Christopher Ahmad.


4/19/2014 | Daley takes Cabral's spot on roster

Matt Daley couldn't have known watching Friday's game that Cesar Cabral's plunking of Logan Forsythe would lead to him suiting up again with the Yankees, but there he was at Tropicana Field on Saturday, taking Cabral's spot on the roster.




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