Yankees Spring Training
Yankee bats were quite in Clearwater for the second time in a week
After his bat went cold last year, Tauchman’s exit velocity has ticked up a bit in 2021 spring training.
A couple of Yankees picked up the slack on a day of rest for most of the team’s starters.
Gerrit Cole looked sharp, but AWOL bats and a seventh-inning meltdown by Aroldis Chapman put this one out of reach for the Bombers.
Judge and Torres went deep early, and the backups nearly completed a big rally late.
Four non-roster invitees got the ax after Wednesday’s game.
A less-than-stellar day all around, as the Yankees drop one to Toronto.
The lefty reliever will receive treatment but doesn’t seem to need surgery.
Tauchman was on base all four times up in a 5-5 tie.
Nothing goes right for the Yankees at home in Tampa.
The 33-year-old reliever is having a rocky start to his reunion with the Yankees.
The Yankees’ 40-man roster is currently full. That creates a problem if they plan to add any of their non-roster invitees.
Michael King fanned six in four innings, but the Yankees’ offense was quiet outside of a Gio Urshela homer.
The Yankees’ pitching dominated for most of the night, but they couldn’t see things through to the finish.
Mike Ford, Thairo Estrada, and two relievers have been optioned to Triple-A Scranton.
The outfielder had two RBI and a long home run in a win over Detroit.
Lucas Luetge hasn’t made the majors since 2015, but he is making waves at Yankees spring training.
The free agent acquisition was just fine on the mound in Tampa.
Jameson Taillon fanned four and the Yankees took out the Tigers.
The Yankees take a step closer to figuring out their Opening Day roster.
The two right-handers combined to limit a good Phillies lineup to one run in six innings of work on Thursday.
Giancarlo Stanton and Gleyber Torres went back-to-back, but a grand slam off Justin Wilson made things interesting.
Jordan Montgomery led the way and Brett Gardner provided all the offense