What we learned from a miserable night in Boston.
The Yankees season ends — not with a bang, but a whimper
Yankees Playoff Coverage
The Yankees begin their playoff push tonight in the American League Wild Card Game against the rival Red Sox
Anthony Rizzo slots in at leadoff with Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton right behind him.
The Yankees have relied heavily on the bullpen in their Wild Card victories.
The Yankees will look to tee off on the ex-Yankee again on Tuesday evening.
If he doesn’t have the right stuff, Boone has options behind Cole.
The Yankees survived the final week, and now the season comes down to a pressure-cooker at Fenway. Can they power through?
Tomorrow’s game will be the latest in a lengthy history of high-stakes matchups between these two historic rivals.
For the fourth time in franchise history, the Yankees will take part in the Wild Card Game, this time facing off against their greatest rival.
Who else but the right fielder would come up with the biggest hit of the season?
This is undoubtedly the best we’ve seen from the lefty reliever in pinstripes
The Win it for Whitey lineup.
This one always had to go five.
The Yankees made a few lineup moves ahead of a do-or-die Game Four.
Well, it’s come to this.
Higashioka will catch Tanaka as the Yankees serve as the home team
Judge and Stanton appear to be peaking at the right time, and that is bad, bad news for the rest of the league
Boone’s galaxy-brained bait-and-switch ended in a loss, but he took a risk without compromising the Yankees’ chances of winning the series.
The Yankees will try to regain the advantage tonight.