Yankees get hurt sometimes.
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.
The veteran LaMarre returns for his second tour of duty in pinstripes this year.
The Bronx Bombers will open the second half of the season tonight sick and shorthanded, calling on assists from Triple-A Scranton.
Relievers Albert Abreu and Brooks Kriske return to take their roster spots.
The Yankees will be down a pitcher with no starter announced yet for Friday in Houston.
The veteran sidearmer returns to the IL after just two outings. Delightful.
Frazier has a concussion history and has suffered dizziness recently, so the Yankees aren’t taking any chances.
The bullpen gets reinforcement for the second day in a row.
The Yankees got some depth back in their bullpen in the form of the 38-year-old reliever.
Right-handed relievers Brooks Kriske and Albert Abreu were recalled from Triple-A Scranton to fill in the bullpen.
Voit’s back in the Bronx, and Darren O’Day and Justin Wilson will head to Scranton.
The shortstop left the Yankees-Blue Jays matchup in the fourth inning.
It could have been a lot worse for the former ace recovering from Tommy John surgery.