Yankees get hurt sometimes.
The hard-throwing lefty is back in the Yankees bullpen.
The Yankees’ ninth-inning rally on Sunday ended in worse than disappointment.
Donaldson is appealing his suspension while he joins Joey Gallo and Kyle Higashioka on the COVID-IL ahead of tonight’s series opener.
The Yankees put a couple of players on the COVID IL today, shuffling things around ahead of a doubleheader.
The Yankees officially shelved the right-hander, and recalled Ron Marinaccio in the process.
One of the most familiar cogs in the Yankees’ bullpen of recent years will undergo tests to determine the extent of his injury.
Reliever Ron Marinaccio will take Locastro’s roster spot, though Estevan Florial is also up from Triple-A today.
Physical rehabilitation is always tricky, but it’s even more complex when you can’t talk to your physical therapist.
How efficient were the Yankees at keeping players on the field compared to other teams?
The Yankees put the first baseman on the IL after he got hurt during his first at-bat in a week.
The righty starter is set to return on Tuesday in Toronto.
The Yankees’ playoff hopes take another right hook as they lose another starter. Oh, and Zack Britton might be toast for 2022 as well. Fun.
The most haunting headline imaginable to a Yankees fan.
The loss to the Orioles on Saturday honestly doesn’t compare to losing Loáisiga from the bullpen. This is a blow.
Clay Holmes has been activated from the COVID-IL, but it’s now almost fully a lost season for Zack Britton (and Miguel Andújar).
The Yankees will keep Severino shut down through next week, but it could’ve been a lot worse.
The Yankees are getting back a pair of regulars for their series finale tonight.
The Yankees suffered yet another blow, placing their closer on the injured list with an elbow issue.
What a one-two punch of brutal news after an ugly loss.
Yankee players have missed many games with hamstring and back issues. Is there a connection?
Yes, the Yankees need injury replacements for their COVID replacements.