In what could be the final blow to the Yankees' thin playoff hopes, left-hander CC Sabathia has been shut down with a Grade 2 hamstring strain and will not make his final start of the season.
Alex Rodriguez should have nothing to fear from Rays pitchers as the Yankees open a crucial three-game series against their AL wild-card rivals Friday night at Tropicana Field.
Tied in the East, the Yanks aren't pushing the panic button. They're sitting on it.
In a puzzling season, no Yankee is tougher to figure out than Robbie Cano.
Suddenly, a Yanks team that had no soft spots has grown a big flabby midsection.
Once again, Hiroki Kuroda was great. And once again, the bats abandoned him.
For one night at least, all was right with the Yankees, thanks to CC Sabathia.
These Yanks could create the kind of history that no team would want to make.
One of the biggest reasons the Yankees' AL East lead is dwindling? Ivan Nova.
Freddy Garcia, who was the last pitcher named to the New York Yankees' starting rotation out of spring training, was designated Wednesday night to start Game 3 of the ALDS against the Detroit Tigers on Monday at Comerica Park.
Yankees rookie Ivan Nova will start Game 2 of the American League Division Series, and Freddy Garcia will start Game 3.
Rookie right-hander Dellin Betances made the final start of the season Wednesday night for the New York Yankees.
The Yankees' postseason hopes hinge on the left arm of Andy Pettitte.
After four of their ugliest hours, the Yankees ceded control to the Rays.
The Yanks can't be happy about playing three games over a 21-hour period.