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Curtis Granderson is inching towards resuming full baseball activities, as he will have the brace on his injured right forearm removed soon, according to the Newark Star Ledger. Yesterday marked six weeks since Granderson was hit by a J.A. Happ fastball in his first spring training at-bat.
The slugging outfielder has been running, taking fly balls and lifting with his legs, so he hasn’t been entirely inactive. Granderson said that he doesn’t need a lot of rehab games once he is cleared to play, so his return to the team is expected to be quick. It was first reported that Granderson would be sidelined for 10 weeks. This means we wouldn’t see Grandy back for another 4-5 weeks, which puts him in the Bronx around mid-May.
Granderson, along with Mark Teixeira, are both expected to rejoin the team around the same time – barring any setbacks. The two represent major offensive firepower, and would immediately upgrade the lineup. Until they come back, the current bombers have to step up and contribute.
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Clay Rapada has re-signed with the Yankees (Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Left-handed reliever Clay Rapada has signed with the New York Yankees on a minor league contract.
Rapada, 32, has been in the major leagues for six years, his last year spent with the Yankees. In 2012, Clay Rapada had a 3-0 record with a 2.82 ERA. He struck out 38 in 38.1 innings. In 2012, Rapada held...
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A toll free phone number previously used by the New York Yankees box office now connects callers to an adult chat line.
(Photo: River Avenue Blues)
Final Score: Pawtucket 7, SCRANTON/WILKES-BARRE 2
WP: Beato (1-0) LP: Stoneburner (0-1) SV: De La Torre (1)
1B Luke Murton 2-4, R, 2B
3B Addison Maruszak 2-4, RBI
SS Gil Velazquez 1-3, RBI
SP Graham Stoneburner 4.0 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 3 K
RP Juan Cedeno...
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Prior to tonight’s game against the Cleveland Indians, Brennan Boesch was seen working with Manager Joe Girardi and coach Mick Kelleher at first base, according to Mark Feinsand of the Daily News.
Boesch, 27, a career outfielder, has never played at first base, even in the minor leagues. He did play some first at Cal Berkeley before switching to...
The Yankees will look to make it three in a row tonight, as they will play the Indians in game two of a four game set. Andy Pettitte, who pitched eight innings of one-run ball in his first start against Boston, will toe the rubber for the Bombers. Carlos Carrasco, who missed all of last year after undergoing Tommy John surgery, will make his first start tonight for the Tribe. Here...
The New York Yankees won the first game in a four game set against the Cleveland Indians, 11-6.
This is the second win in row for the Yankees after beating up Tigers ace Justin Verlander on Sunday.
No doubt the Yankees look a lot better after going 1-4 to start the season, but are fans feeling better about the team now?
To get some answers I turned to twitter to check out what Yankee...
New York Yankees 11 — Cleveland Indians 6
Travis Hafner made his return to Cleveland in a big way in today’s 11-6 win over the Cleveland Indians, their second win in a row.
The home opener featured Ubaldo Jimenez as the starting pitcher for the Indians. A walk of Robinson Cano and a single to Kevin Youkilis put two on for the returning Travis Hafner.
In 10 years with the...
The New York Yankees are 2-4 after six games. I know it is only six games and you really can’t judge after that. There is a lot of panic in Yankee land and a lot of people saying I told you so. I am not really one of those people because I believe that the Yankees will be able to hang in there until they get some of their stars back and then they can fully compete with the...
Please I am begging you to stop. Oh and drop the act like you don’t know what I am talking about.
The New York Yankees have to stop losing, today. Everybody knows that the Bronx Bombers are dealing with an unprecedented number of injuries to big players. But that is no excuse, as Yankees ownership knows better. Hal Steinbrenner could have spent some money in the off...
April 9, 1996
It was a cold, snowy Opening Day in the Bronx. The Yankees defeated the Kansas City Royals, 7-3. Starter Andy Pettitte allowed 3R in 6.1IP (6H, 2BB), earning the win. Newcomers Joe Girardi, replacing Mike Stanley, and Tino Martinez, replacing Don Mattingly, get booed during pregame introductions. Girardi goes 1-for-5 batting in the second spot and rookie shortstop Derek...
The Yankees are having a rough season, and so are their triple-A affiliates, who started a huge fire behind their ballpark on Saturday.
Chelsea's action-packed season finally has an end point after the announcement of a second game in the United States against Manchester City , this time at Yankee Stadium in New York.
Last season's Champions League winners are on course to play 70 competitive matches this term - if they advance to the Europa League and FA Cup finals.
City and Chelsea first meet in Sunday...
Two of the sporting world's youngest hot shots struck a pose in the visitor's dugout in Arlington Sunday night. Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, last season's Heisman Trophy winner, took a moment to add another cool moment to his star-studded off-season check list. Manziel got a chance to catch up with Anaheim Angels outfielder Mike Trout, last year's American...
Carlos Carrasco hasn’t pitched in a Major League game since 2011. After allowing a grand slam against the Royals, he threw at the head of Billy Bulter and was tossed and suspended for 5-games. However, he did not serve it … Continue reading →