Yankees Roster Moves
The hard-throwing lefty is back in the Yankees bullpen.
The Yankees made way for a spot start from their talented young lefty.
The Yankees made a deal with the Rays and reshuffled their active roster.
A former Cardinals All-Star and a once-can’t-miss prospect join the Yankees’ roster with several players banged up.
Reliever Ron Marinaccio will take Locastro’s roster spot, though Estevan Florial is also up from Triple-A today.
The Yankees’ 28-man roster solidifies as spring training concludes.
With Anthony Rizzo in tow, the Yankees bid farewell to their old first baseman.
The Yankees rebuild their infield on the fly.
The former Yankees utilityman heads west.
New York now has even fewer options to cover positions that were already lacking heading into this offseason.
The team will have one open spot on the 40-man roster after activating all the players who are currently on the 60-day IL.
The Yankees get their relief ace back with just days left in the regular season.
The righty starter is set to return on Tuesday in Toronto.
For the first time since October 2019, Sevy is on the active roster.
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 Yankees add a pair of reserves as rosters expand to 28 players.
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 Angels are in the Danger Zone with Gerrit Cole returning from the IL to start tonight in the Bronx.
Holmes is the fifth Yankees player to hit the COVID-IL in August and the eleventh since mid-July.
Get ready for lots of Tyler Wade.