Yankees Game Recaps
The offense overcame occasional shaky moments on the mound to put up double digits in the doubleheader opener.
Luis Severino gave the Yankees a good outing, but they couldn’t take advantage and dropped the first game of their road trip.
The Yankees set a new record for most homers in June, sweeping the A’s away in the process.
Despite facing an All-Star-caliber starter and a ninth-inning scare, the Yanks were in control for most of Tuesday night.
As Yankees fans, we endorse it! But it was ill-advised for the once-leading A’s.
After avoiding some potentially very bad history, the Yankees fought back to salvage a split with Houston.
Boo, to all of this.
One Tommy John surgery later, the future Hall of Famer was back in New York, dominating the Yankees.
Rage, rage until you’ve won the fight.
Trevino and Aaron Judge drove in five runs as the Yankees took two of three against the Rays at the Trop.
A late rally made it close, but thanks to Paredes, the Rays knotted this series up with a 5-4 win.
The Yankees’ 50th victory of the season had plenty of drama as they lost a no-no and the lead in the eighth before Hicks came up big in the ninth.
The Yankees were set up with a big lead, but the bullpen blew the game.
The Yankees’ win streak runs up to nine straight after a dominant pitching performance and a clutch hit from a struggling player.
Eight runs came home in the fifth frame to pace the club to its eighth win in a row.
Clarke Schmidt, Ryan Weber, and more quieted the Rays for the bulk of the night, and Rizzo homered to win it.
Yankees pitching was ready to go as they opened a series against the Rays with a win.
The Yankees smashed six home runs as they cruised past the Cubs.
It took longer than anyone wanted it, but the Yankees got another win.
On a night where their ace imploded, the Yankees’ bats slugged their way to a thrilling victory.
This incredible stretch of Yankees baseball couldn’t last forever.
The Bronx Bombers lived up to their name in Minnesota.
The Yankees won a back-and-forth affair to finish off the sweep.
Yet another stellar start from a Yankees starter nets another series win.
It was a familiar story for the Yankees on Friday night.
Jameson Taillon took us tantalizingly close to history, and Anthony Rizzo saved the day with a come-from-behind hit.
Yankee incompetence with runners in scoring position comes back to haunt them.