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The top Yankee relievers of the 2010s to never record a save

Given enough time on the roster, most relievers record at least one save. Most, but not all.

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This Day in Yankees History: Captain Ruth goes down fighting

New Yankees captain Babe Ruth is stripped of his position after an on-field tirade; Mariano Rivera sets another record; the 2013 Yankees hit their high-water mark

On Dr. Bobby Brown, a hero beyond his Yankees days

Brown played on some of the best Yankees teams ever, but he stepped away for a higher calling in medicine.

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The most emotional moment in Yankees history

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An update on what some Yankees are doing during the shutdown

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The relievers who shut down the Yankees, and how to make them pay

These relievers always seem to stymie the Yankees, but what if I told you that each has a fatal flaw?

This Day in Yankees History: Tony Lazzeri makes history

The Hall of Famer became the first to launch two shots with the bases loaded in a single game.

How the Yankees will employ their bullpen in a shortened season

Despite all of the changes that may come with the proposed shortened season, the Yankees bullpen strategy will remain familiar.

Yankees Draft Profile: Tanner Burns

The Auburn right-hander could be the Yankees’ first round target.

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Fun with OOTP: Crazy bullpen decision caps thrilling ’96-’58 showdown

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PSA Plays MLB The Show: Yanks close out May in first place

Let’s see how the Bombers fared during the final week of May.

This Day in Yankees History: DiMaggio has a three home run day

"The Yankee Clipper" had a big day to lead them to a comeback win over Cleveland.

A look at the Yankees’ second base prospects

Coming off a strong season for Short-Season A Staten Island, Ezequiel Duran highlights the Yankees second base prospects.

Ron Guidry went from unwanted underdog to Yankees’ ace

Ron Guidry overcame obstacles early in his career to become the best Yankees pitcher of his generation.

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Start your Saturday off with an open thread.

NYY News: Paxton working on spin rate

A healthy James Paxton has been working on his fastball’s spin rate; Yankees planning to hold "spring" training in Florida; Aaron Judge’s girlfriend arrested for DUI back in February; MLB to send new proposal to MLBPA next week

The second-best Yankees to wear each retired number - Part Three

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The best individual performances in Yankees history

Let’s go back in time at look back at some absurd performances from Yankees players.

This Day in Yankees History: Yankee Stadium begins construction

When the House that Ruth Built got built.

Garymania: How Gary Sanchez re-energized the Yankees in 2016

In two short months, Sanchez signified the beginning and end of the rebuild

Yankees mailbag: The owners’ proposal, and playoffs in a shortened year

Here’s your answers to this week’s mailbag.

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NYY News: When Aaron Judge became a legendary Yankee

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The Yankees prospect that would be most hurt by a canceled MiLB season

The Bombers need to see if the control gains he achieved last year were real. As things stand right now, they probably won’t be able to do that in 2020.

If the Yankees start in July, they don’t need to prioritize wins

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This Day in Yankees History: Babe Ruth tries switch-hitting

A big day for the Babe; A-Rod returns to Texas; A bizarre victory over the Cubs.

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Bobby Murcer, the biggest Yankees underdog

For what Murcer meant to the Yankees and especially to the legacy of those who came before him he was an underdog and it's an embarrassment to the organization he's not recognized in Monument Park.

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Two at-bats encapsulated a shift in the Yankees’ organization.

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