New York Yankees

The Yankees have signed right-hander Sal Romano to a minor league deal and assigned him to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, per an announcement from the RailRiders (Twitter link). He became a free agent earlier this week after being outrighted by the Reds. Romano had pitched in fourteen games for Cincinnati this year, his most extensive MLB work since
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MAY 16: A tenth Yankee staffer has tested positive for COVID-19, manager Aaron Boone told reporters (including Marly Rivera of ESPN) this morning. That person is not a member of New York’s front-facing coaching staff. MAY 12: Pitching coach Matt Blake and two other staff members tested positive, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com was among those
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Myles Straw, Houston Astros. (Mandatory Credit: Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports) Is Mets manager Luis Rojas in over his head? by John Buhler Houston Astros outfielder Myles Straw embraces the New York Yankees fans’ inevitable boos. Look at Houston Astros outfielder Myles Straw challenging the New York Yankees fans to boo he and his teammates relentlessly during
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New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone yells at umpire (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Aaron Rodgers reportedly wants trade to Broncos, 49ers or Raiders by Brad Berreman Cardinals take down Phillies with wild pitch walk-off (Video) by Braulio Perez The New York Yankees are having enough trouble winning as is, they don’t need the umpires
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On Opening Day, several Yankees fans allegedly aimed questionable chants at Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Teoscar Hernandez, who is from the Dominican Republic. An Opening Day pitching matchup between Gerrit Cole and the AL East favorite New York Yankees and Hyun-Jin Ryu and the upstart Toronto Blue Jays briefly took a backseat to some despicable
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The baseball world unfortunately lost a number of influential people in 2020. Let’s remember them, now. Don Larsen (St. Louis Browns, Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees, Kansas City Athletics, Chicago White Sox, San Francisco Giants, Houston Colt .45’s, Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs) Typically, nobody would think that a journeyman pitcher with a career record of
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