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Wallace Matthews has covered New York sports since 1983 as a reporter, columnist, radio host and TV commentator. He covers the Yankees for ESPNNewYork.com after working for Newsday, the New York Post, the New York Sun and ESPN New York 98.7 FM.
NEW YORK -- It took the equivalent of two full games for the Yankees to score a run against the Texas Rangers, and that was only enough to pull them even with the worst team in the American League. Thankfully, it only took them one inning to scor...Blog | July 23, 2014Wallace Matthews
NEW YORK -- Yangervis Solarte was the feel-good story of this year's spring training camp and the first two months of the regular season, when he batted .298 with six home runs and 26 RBIs. But he tailed off badly after that, and today his Yankees ca...Blog | July 22, 2014Wallace Matthews
NEW YORK -- Yankees GM Brian Cashman admitted today that the acquisition of Chase Headley was the culmination of a two-year pursuit that began when Alex Rodriguez had his second hip surgery before the start of the 2012 season. But by no means doe...Blog | July 22, 2014Wallace Matthews
NEW YORK -- Ho hum, another quiet day at Yankee Stadium. There's a new third baseman on the way, tonight's right fielder has never played there in his major league life, and the first baseman is really a catcher. Here's the lineup for tonight's g...Blog | July 22, 2014Wallace Matthews
NEW YORK -- If this was any other team, in any other city with any other fan base, and in any other market, the course of action would be clear: Pull the plug now, strip the roster of its dead wood and dead contracts, and start looking ahead to next ...Blog | July 22, 2014Wallace Matthews
NEW YORK -- And the word is "ugly." Joe Girardi used it in the first answer of his postgame interview Monday night after the Yankees lost 4-2 to the Texas Rangers, the worst team in the American League. He used it after a game in which the Yankees...Blog | July 22, 2014Wallace Matthews
NEW YORK -- This is the kind of strange Yankees season it has been: Over the weekend, they swept the Cincinnati Reds, a pretty good team in the thick of the NL Central race with a 51-47 record. And they come off that by losing Monday to the Texas ...Blog | July 21, 2014Wallace Matthews
NEW YORK -- No Brian McCann, tonight, no problem. Just a scheduled day off. No Mark Teixeira? Potentially a big problem, since the Yankees' leading HR and RBI producer has a Grade 1 strain of the lat muscle on the left side of his back, and will b...Blog | July 21, 2014Wallace Matthews
As Joe Girardi likes to say, the way the Yankees have performed so far this season is not what you want -- and it is certainly not what anyone expected after an offseason infusion of cash resulted in a largely rebuilt roster. But injuries and unde...Blog | July 14, 2014Wallace Matthews
There was a ballgame Thursday, although few Yankee beat writers, this one included, saw much of it because of the lengthy Brian Cashman conference call that ate up the fifth inning, and the scramble to get the Masahiro Tanaka news out on our various ...Blog | July 11, 2014Wallace Matthews
CLEVELAND -- It's official now. Masahiro Tanaka has a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his elbow, and even if you attach the qualifier "partially" to it, it really doesn't change anything. A tear is a tear, and they rarely heal on their own, especia...Blog | July 11, 2014Wallace Matthews
CLEVELAND -- The relatively good news about Masahiro Tanaka -- that the New York Yankees believe he can rehab his partially torn UCL without Tommy John surgery -- arrived during the fifth inning of Thursday's game, when the Yankees were leading 3-0. ...Blog | July 10, 2014Wallace Matthews
CLEVELAND -- As he has been on the final night at every opposing ballpark this season, Derek Jeter was honored before the game in a pregame ceremony, in which he was greeted at home plate by former teammates Nick Swisher and Jason Giambi and Indians ...Blog | July 10, 2014Wallace Matthews
CLEVELAND -- It was a brief banishment to the minor leagues for Yangervis Solarte, the sensation of spring training and April who suffered a precipitous fall through May and June and wound up spending his Fourth of July in Scranton. But after jus...Blog | July 10, 2014