Yankees Spring Training
The Yankees fell to the Rays in a slugfest.
The travel squad lineup tossed up a zero and Tyler Danish blew up the game in the seventh. Ah well.
Some bright spots shone in the first day of Grapefruit League play.
The Yankees bid farewell to the Tampa complex and head north after one last spring contest.
Judge smoked three hits, including a three-run home run, to lead the Yanks to a 5-2 win.
Ender Inciarte was also sent to Triple-A on the penultimate day of spring.
Sevy shook off his soreness from earlier in the week with a pristine outing, and Kyle Higashioka clubbed another two homers.
The Yankee catcher drove in three to pace the club in a Grapefruit League win.
Marwin Gonzalez now appears to be in good shape to make the cut, and Manny Bañuelos continues to hang around.
Without the "A" lineup, the Yankees were unable to get the bats going against the Phillies today.
González recorded three hits as the Yankees exploded at the plate, particularly late.
At just over the halfway point in this abbreviated spring training, glimpse in at the battle to make the Opening Day roster.
More than a few members of the 2021 Yankees are gone. Where are they now?
Five home runs covered for Gerrit Cole’s rough debut
The Yankees’ offensive barrage couldn’t overcome some shaky pitching
Kyle Higashioka hit two home runs to dig the Yankees out of an early hole, but it turned out not to be enough.
Joely Rodríguez, however, did not.
With their starters on the field, the Yankees made mincemeat of their AL East foes.
The Yankees got pretty solid performances from a bunch of expected members of the Opening Day roster in a win over the Phillies.
On the verge of a comeback win, the Yankees snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.