Sunday Open Thread The Yankees announced their first notable prospect promotion of the season earlier today: RHP Albert Abreu has been bumped up from Low-A Charleston to High-A Tampa. The team's No. 9 prospect had a 1.84 ERA (2.54 FIP) with 22 strikeouts and three walks in three outings and 14.2 innings with the RiverDogs. …
The Yankees simply were outpitched today by Ivan Nova as they lost the rubber game and the series itself by a 2-1 margin. But, now it's game on at Fenway.
Pittsburgh's Ivan Nova gained a measure of revenge over his old team, limiting the New York Yankees to just four hits over seven innings as the Pirates held on for a victory on Sunday.
In 1961, the Yankees assembled one of the greatest teams to ever take a field in baseball history, but it was the feat of one young man who stole the show.
Judging from the Start This afternoon's series finale against the Pirates features a matchup of last year's fifth starter and this year's fifth starter. Well, technically Ivan Nova opened last season in the bullpen, but it didn't take long for him to return to the rotation.
DotF: Frazier homers, Gregorius continues rehab assignment Aaron Judge, huh? Okay, guys, thanks for reading!
Soon, the Yankees will be trading in their 6-cylinder vehicle for an 8-cylinder model that is packed with more power. But, is that automatically good?
The Yankees went to the big bats last night, smashing four doubles and three home runs to beat the Pirates 11-5, scoring five runs twice in an inning.
Carter's clutch homer helps Yanks to an 11-5 win over Pirates OF Blake Rutherford made SportsCenter's top ten plays yesterday. He flipped over the wall making a catch in foul territory.
Game 17: Still no DH Source: FanGraphs Well that was a wild one, huh? Look at that win probability graph up there.