New York Yankees

Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Yankees.2526801834.16
AL East3rd4th5th3rd
American League 10th12th11th7th

Last Game

Thu, March 23
N.Y. Yankees
at
Tampa Bay Rays
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Schedule

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Sun Mar 12
L 10 - 2ATL
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Tue Mar 14
L 10 - 6at TB
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Wed Mar 15
W 3 - 1PHI
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Thu Mar 16
W 11 - 5at TOR
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Fri Mar 17
W 3 - 0at DET
Recap
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Sat Mar 18
L 5 - 4BAL
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Sun Mar 19
W 6 - 4at HOU
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Mon Mar 20
W 9 - 3at WAS
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Tue Mar 21
L 4 - 2BOS
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Wed Mar 22
W 7 - 3at PHI
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1:05 pm EDT
Today
5 - 5at TB
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1:05 pm EDT
Fri Mar 24
PHI
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1:05 pm EDT
Sat Mar 25
TOR
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1:05 pm EDT
Sun Mar 26
TB
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6:35 pm EDT
Tue Mar 28
DET
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1:07 pm EDT
Wed Mar 29
at TOR
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1:05 pm EDT
Thu Mar 30
at PHI
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7:35 pm EDT
Fri Mar 31
at ATL
1:10 pm EDT
Sun Apr 2
ESPNat TB
7:10 pm EDT
Tue Apr 4
at TB

Standings

AL
East
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
New York11-419-7
Baltimore8-713-11
Boston8-713-12
Tampa Bay9-711-12
Toronto5-108-14
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Yankees' Luis Severino: Struggling to lock up rotation spot
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Yankees were hoping Severino would emerge this spring as a clear choice for the big league rotation, but so far he has failed to do so, Newsday's Anthony Rieber reports.

Prospect Jordan Montgomery (3.48 ERA this spring) was recently added to the competition for the final two spots in the rotation, along with Severino, Chad Green, Bryan Mitchell, Luis Cessa and Adam Warren. Green (1.50 ERA) has been the most impressive this spring, and figures to be the favorite to open the year as the No. 4 starter. Severino is seen as the most talented of the bunch, but his 5.06 ERA and 1.59 WHIP in 10.2 innings have him looking like a pitcher who isn't ready to turn over a big league lineup. He still has two minor league options, so the most likely scenario seems to be an assignment to Triple-A to start the season.

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Yankees' Greg Bird: Place atop depth chart confirmed
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Yankees manager Joe Girardi confirmed that Bird will be the team's starting first baseman, MLB.com's Bryan Hoch reports.

Bird might have faced a bit of pressure from Chris Carter if he had struggled this spring, but the 24-year-old has put the issue to rest by posting a .421 batting average and four home runs in 38 Grapefruit League at-bats. Bird also made the most of last year's late-season call-up, recording a .261/.343/.529 slash line with 11 home runs in 46 games (157 at-bats). He could still be rested semi-regularly against southpaws but should be locked into the lineup against all right-handers.

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Yankees' Gleyber Torres: Reassigned to minors camp
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Torres was reassigned to minor league camp Tuesday.

Torres will begin the season with Double-A Trenton. In 18 Grapefruit League contests, the coveted prospect hit .464 (13-for-28) with six doubles, two home runs and nine RBI. Despite the fact that the Yankees' starting shortstop Didi Gregorius is expected to miss extended time with a shoulder strain, the team thought it was best not to rush Torres to the big leagues. The 20-year-old has a chance to make his major league debut further down the road in 2017.

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Yankees' Didi Gregorius: To miss Opening Day
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Gregorius has a shoulder strain and will not be able to participate in baseball activities for two weeks, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

Gregorius suffered the injury playing in the WBC over the weekend, and unfortunately, it means he'll have to miss Opening Day. Manager Joe Girardi also said that it's even possible the shortstop could miss all of April with the injury. The 27-year-old will likely have a firmer timetable once he is able to resume baseball activity, while Tyler Wade could fill in for Gregorius during his absence.

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Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: In peak form already
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Chapman has tallied six strikeouts and allowed just two baserunners through five scoreless innings in Grapefruit League play this spring.

Chapman certainly appears to be in midseason form already, and he's also been trying to work on his secondary offerings a bit more in his exhibition outings. After returning to the Bronx on a record deal last December, the 29-year-old flamethrower figures to be as safe an option as it gets when it comes to locking down the ninth inning, as he'll vie for his sixth straight season with at least 30 saves.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGDidi Gregorius , SS.276
HRStarlin Castro , 2B21
RBIDidi Gregorius , SS70
OBPBrett Gardner , LF.351
SLGDidi Gregorius , SS.447
RBrett Gardner , LF80
SBJacoby Ellsbury , CF20
WMasahiro Tanaka , SP14
ERAMasahiro Tanaka , SP3.07
WHIPMasahiro Tanaka , SP1.08
KMichael Pineda , SP207
SVDellin Betances , RP12

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