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Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli broke his right hand on Ivan Nova's fifth pitch of the game against Toronto, and two innings later New York's starter walked off the mound with pain in his right elbow.
The Yankees say Cervelli needs surgery and will miss a minimum of six weeks. Nova left his outing against the Blue Jays on Friday night after allowing a single to the second batter of the third inning. He will have an MRI later Friday.
After allowing a ground single up the middle to Rajah Davis, trainer Steve Donohue and manager Joe Girardi immediately ran out to the mound, and Nova walked off without hesitation.
Nova gave up two runs and four hits in two-plus innings.
BEST OF MAXIM
Ivan Nova (Photo credit: Keith Allison)
The New York Yankees are never short on drama, but this season might take the cake.
Just look at the last 48 hours:
- Yankees beat the Toronto Blue Jays for the second night in a row, 6-4.
- Organization’s top prospect Mason Williams got a DUI at 3am. Mason passed the blood alcohol test but failed the road test...
Kevin Youkilis was once again unable to suit up for the New York Yankees last night, the fifth-straight game he's been sidelined due to a back ailment. If the corner infielder isn't ready to return by Saturday, manager Joe Girardi told reporters -- including Bryan Hoch of MLB.com -- that Youkilis could be placed on the disabled list.
Girardi said Youkilis is dealing...
David Phelps provided four innings of one-run baseball to replace the injured Nova.
Toronto Blue Jays 4 — New York Yankees 6
Yankees pull together and overcome early injuries in tonight’s 6-4 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.
The injury bug could not wait to get the Yankees tonight. In the first inning, just five pitches into the game, Francisco Cervelli would be forced to...
Mason Williams may just need some driving lessons.
The 21-year-old Yankees prospect was pulled over early Thursday morning in Tampa for when an officer saw him weaving and traveling about 10 mph over the speed limit, according to TampaBay.com.
Williams allegedly displayed “clues of impairment,” so the officer arrested him. However, when Williams took a breath test, he was reportedly...
The Yankees play in game two of their four game set with the Blue Jays tonight from the Bronx. After winning the opener last night, Ivan Nova takes the ball in his fourth start of the season. Josh Johnson, who was originally scheduled to start for the Jays, has been scratched with tightness in his triceps. Former Yankee Aaron Laffey will get the start instead. Kevin Youkilis will...
Mason Williams, widely considered the New York Yankees top prospect in their minor league system, was arrested early Thursday morning and charged with misdemeanor DUI in Tampa, reports The New York Daily News.
Williams, an outfielder for the Yankees' Class-A Tampa affiliate, was pulled over "in the area of Armenia and Kennedy" of Tampa, according to the arrest...
Police say New York Yankees outfield prospect Mason Williams has been charged with driving under the influence following a traffic stop in Florida.
Tampa police say the 21-year-old was driving a 2012 Range Rover in an erratic manner early Thursday and was clocked at about 53 mph in a 40 mph speed zone.
A police report says Williams appeared impaired when he performed field sobriety...
CC looking for his 4th win of the season.
The Yankees took the first two games of this four game set against the Blue Jays and are looking to win their third game in a row. Taking the mound for the Yankees is ace C.C. Sabathia, who is 3-2 with a 3.34 ERA on the season. In a meeting of initials, J.A. Happ is taking the mound for the Jays, who has a 2-1 record and a 3.68 ERA. The...
As the current New York Yankees' active roster continues to surprise
fans and keep the Yankees afloat, some of the Yankees’ injured stars inch
closer to their projected return dates. The Yankees are 12-9, 2.5 games behind
in the A.L. East as play begins on April 26. Here is the latest Yankees’ injury
Recent reports showed a crack in the same...
During a press conference yesterday, New York Yankees
shortstop Derek Jeter told reporters – including Andrew Marchand of ESPN New York
– that he has “no doubt” that he’ll return at some point this season.
Jeter said that he has to wait for the broken bone in his
foot to heal. At that point, the Yankees’ captain will be able to pick up his
level of activate.
Sorry for the lack of posting, I've been distracted by the Knicks-Celtics playoff series and work. Anyway, here are the pitching matchups for Yanks-Jays:
Game 1: Tonight @ 7:05 PM | TV: YES/MLBN | Radio: WCBS
RHP Hiroki Kuroda (2-1, 2.35) vs. LHP Mark Buehrle (1-0, 5.87)
Game 2: Friday @ 7:05 PM | TV: YES/MLBN | Radio: WCBS
RHP Ivan Nova (1-1, 6.14) vs. RHP Josh Johnson...
Derek Jeter has no doubt he will return to the New York Yankees
this season at the same level that made him one of baseball's most
NEW YORK – Though we’re just 20 games into the young season and temperatures in New York have struggled to surpass 50 degrees, Wednesday marked the official start of “All-Star Summer” in New York City. The Mets and Major League Baseball hosted a press conference at New York’s City Hall with Mayor Michael Bloomberg to announce the commencement of balloting (“Vote Early...