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Three reasons why the Yankees will break the 2001 Mariners' 116-win record -- and three reasons why they won't

There was a heavyweight fight in the Bronx this past weekend. The New York Yankees and Houston Astros, owners of the American League's two best records, met for a four-game series at Yankee Stadium. It was eventful. Aaron Judge had walk-off hits Thursday and Sunday, three Astros pitchers threw a combined no-hitter Saturday, and Jose Altuve reached base 10 times in four games.
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Gleyber Torres (ankle) sidelined Monday for Yankees

New York Yankees infielder Gleyber Torres (ankle) is not in the starting lineup for Monday's series opener against right-hander Paul Blackburn and the Oakland Athletics. Torres is considered day-to-day after exiting Sunday's contest with an ankle injury. DJ LeMahieu is on second base and Josh Donaldson is covering the hot corner Monday. Giancarlo Stanton is at designated hitter while Joey Gallo replaces Torres in the lineup to play right field and hit ninth.
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New York Yankees vs. Oakland Athletics: Series Preview

While a lot of it was pretty frustrating from a Yankees perspective, the weekend series against the Astros ended on quite a high note. A late rally was capped by a walk-off home run from Aaron Judge, giving the Yankees a series split with Houston. Now, they’re set to face off against another AL West foe, albeit one at the other end of the standings.

Hundreds Of Delays At Logan Airport Following Bad New York Weather

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — A cascade of delays landed at Logan International Airport in Boston on Monday, an outcome that airlines are chalking up to bad weather in New York and staffing shortages. WBZ's Karyn Regal visited Logan Airport, only to find disappointed passengers wearing New York Yankees ball...

Fantasy Baseball June 27 Round Up: Another Aaron Judge Walk-Off for New York Yankees and Ronald Acuna Jr. Injury Update

It’s Monday and that means another fantasy baseball week is upon us. Before taking a look ahead at your fantasy baseball lineups for this week, we first need to look back at the top MLB news and headlines from Sunday's set of baseball games. That includes another New York Yankees walk-off by AL MVP favorite Aaron Judge as he stays atop fantasy baseball rankings. We also had big pitching performances by Dylan Cease and Spencer Strider as both continue to outperform MLB projections. There are also some key updates to the latest MLB injury report, led by Atlanta Braves star Ronald Acuña Jr. Don't forget to check out the latest fantasy baseball waiver wire targets, the MLB top prospects to know, and the players trending up and down in the fantasy baseball stock watch. After we look back at Sunday's MLB top performers, we'll also help you build MLB DFS lineups with the top plays for tonight's games. Now let's look at the fantasy baseball news, MLB top players, and key injuries from Sunday before looking ahead to Monday's MLB daily fantasy slate. Be sure to use the MLB weather report and the confirmed MLB lineups pages to help build daily fantasy baseball lineups.

Where Red Sox Players Rank In Latest MLB All-Star Vote Update

The Boston Red Sox have executed a terrific turnaround, and the organization can thank some of its heavy hitters for their impressive individual seasons aiding the effort. Fans appear to be appreciative as well, considering they have voted five Red Sox into the top five at their respective positions during phase one of the Major League Baseball All-Star Game voting.

Isiah Kiner-Falefa (finger) idle Monday for Yankees

New York Yankees infielder Isiah Kiner-Falefa (finger) is not in the starting lineup for Monday's series opener against right-hander Paul Blackburn and the Oakland Athletics. Kiner-Falefa is considered day-to-day after injuring his finger during Sunday's contest. Marwin Gonzalez is replacing Kiner-Falefa at shortstop and hitting eighth. numberFire’s models project Gonzalez...
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Yankees bring 1-0 series advantage over Athletics into game 2

Oakland Athletics (25-50, fifth in the AL West) vs. New York Yankees (54-20, first in the AL East) PITCHING PROBABLES: Athletics: Frankie Montas (3-7, 3.11 ERA, 1.05 WHIP, 92 strikeouts); Yankees: JP Sears (0-0) FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Yankees -200, Athletics +172; over/under is 8 runs. BOTTOM LINE: The New York...
Pinstripe Alley

Today on Pinstripe Alley - 6/27/22

Good gravy, was that a series. If you’re an pessimist, then you can say that the Yankees never had a lead beyond the results of two pitches and should be extremely thankful for a split. If you’re an optimist, then you can point to the fact that the Yankees fought hard and had chances to win all four ballgames (even in the no-no, they had shots with the go-ahead run at bat in the eighth), and that they seized those chances twice.
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New York Yankees vs. Oakland Athletics: Jordan Montgomery vs. Paul Blackburn

The Yankees enter play on Monday with the best record in baseball at 53-20. The A’s have the worst record in baseball at 25-49. The series is taking place at Yankee Stadium. If ever there was a time to expect a Yankees sweep, it’s now; let’s just hope that there’s no hangover effect after the chaotic four-game series split against the Astros.

One player on every MLB team who deserves more love

All 30 MLB teams have household names on their rosters. But all-star caliber players aren't the only ones that make dramatic differences during the course of a 162-game season. Role-players often decide pennant races and later postseason games. Let's dive into a player from every club who should be getting more love from the national audience.

Yankees fans cheering on a young fan to complete the bottle flip challenge is the best

We all know how MLB fans — and some of its players! — feel about New York Yankees die-hards. But let’s take a moment to point out something really cool and fun involving Pinstripes fans. On Sunday, some cameras caught die-hards in the bleachers who had cleared out a space for a young fan who was attempting to complete the water bottle flip challenge (remember that craze that began in 2016? And that was everywhere including at Duke and on the Cavs’ sideline?).