Yankees get hurt sometimes.
A brief semblance of hope vanished during the Astros’ go-ahead third, when Cortes departed with an injury.
Hicks hurt his left knee on a collision, and an MRI did not deliver good news. His Yankees career could be over.
The Yankees’ bullpen takes a blow the week before their playoff schedule begins.
Carpenter will work out at Somerset rather than travel to Texas to join the Yankees for the final series.
As one injured southpaw returns, another hits the shelf.
The Bombers’ infielder has been hobbled by a toe injury for weeks, so a period of healing could be a blessing in disguise.
The Yankees’ injury woes continue, with Ronald Guzmán headed to the Bronx as the latest reinforcement.
The rest of the trade deadline acquisition’s 2022 season is now in serious doubt.
The Yankees lose perhaps their most consistent starter for at least two weeks.
The Yankees will be without one of their starters until the end of the stretch run.
The star slugger has been out of the lineup for a few days, and will now be getting some mandatory rest.
The Yankees’ 2021 relief ace is back, but their homegrown righty starter took his place on the IL.
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.