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Latest Joe Girardi Items
Dean Anna wasn't nervous during a key at-bat in extra innings. He was enjoying it.
The bullpen played a big role in the Yankees' five-game winning streak. A meltdown by New York's relievers proved just as pivotal in a loss Friday night.
Ivan Nova couldn't pitch get out of the fifth inning and infielder Dean Anna finished on the mound. It was that kind of game for the New York Yankees.
There was nothing mysterious about Michael Pineda's performance this time. Masahiro Tanaka's dominant outing was pretty straight forward, too.
Who's on first? For the New York Yankees, it's not a joke.
Two weeks into the season, manager John Farrell and the Boston Red Sox have had about enough of baseball's expanded replay system.
With a little help from the replay room, Carlos Beltran and the banged-up Yankees did just enough to hold off Boston.
Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell was ejected Sunday night after arguing a call that was overturned on replay in favor of the New York Yankees.
Derek Jeter was out of the New York Yankees' lineup for the second consecutive game Sunday night after feeling tightness in his right quadriceps.