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Yankees pitcher Dellin Betances continues to struggle on the mound
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Yankees relief pitcher Dellin Betances is still not quite right on the mound. Betances gave up another run Saturday, his fifth in seven appearances this spring.

"At the end of the day, you've got to try to prepare yourself," Betances said to MLB.com. "But I guess it's better to happen now in Spring Training where I can fix it before we leave and head up north. I'd rather it happen now than in season, when it's a little tougher there when the games count more."

Betances is working to fix his leg kick on the mound with pitching coach Larry Rothschild.

"It's not like I'm missing as bad as I once was," Betances said. "I'm around the zone. I felt way better even before I came in. I felt like my direction was better, something I'll try to work on more. As that gets better, I think I'll be able to throw more strikes and put guys away."

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Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia not concerned with runs allowed
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia isn't worried about how spring training has gone so far. The former Cy Young award winner doesn't care that his numbers, an 11.57 ERA in 4 2/3 innings, look so bad, reports the New York Daily News.

"I don't give a (expletive) what stock (people) put in it," Sabathia said. "It is what it is. I've had spring trainings where I've given up a lot of runs and went out and had a good season. I've had spring trainings like last year where I didn't give up no runs and I gave up five in the first game. Y'all can put stock in whatever you want. I'm not really worried about it."

Manager Joe Girardi expressed a similar mindset.

"The bottom line is that he's right Opening Day," Girardi said. "You try to evaluate his stuff and how you feel about that. What we've seen this year is much more positive than what we’ve seen the last, you know, in velocity, the discrepancy between that and the change up and slider, so now to me it's just ironing out and being more consistent."

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Yankees Alex Rodriguez hits third homer of spring
by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com

Alex Rodriguez of the Yankees hit his third home run of the spring in a 10-2 loss against the Orioles, according to MLB.com.

"That one felt good," Rodriguez said. "I was excited about that one."

The 39-year-old has had a successful spring, batting .306 with three home runs, one double and four RBI. 

"Numbers mean nothing, but you definitely want to pass the eye test," Rodriguez said. "That means moving around better, putting balls in play, and hitting balls in the mid-90s. Those are things I haven't done in over a year and a half, so everything for me this year -- this spring, at least -- is a test."

Yankees manager Joe Girardi has been pleased with his at-bats this spring.

"He's been pretty consistent," Girardi said. "A home run today -- I think his at-bats have been really good."

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Didi Gregorius tweaks wrist on a check swing, will rest for two days
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius will rest Sunday and Monday, after tweaking his wrist on a check swing Saturday against the Orioles, manager Joe Girardi told the YES Network in a TV interview, according to the the Journal News. Nick Noonan replaced Gregorius to start the fifth inning. X-rays came back negative.

Gregorius is hitting .308/.349/.513 over 39 at-bats this spring.

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Yankees' Stephen Drew starts to emerge from slump
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Yankees infielder Stephen Drew went three for three on Friday, which is a significant bright spot in what's been a tough spring. 

Prior to Friday's game, Drew only had six hits all spring. The 3-for-3 game boosted his average from .167 to .231. 

"He's swung the bat better the last two weeks," Yankees manager Joe Girardi said, per MLB.com's Bryan Hoch. "The one thing you want is you want a lineup that there's pressure on the pitcher of the opposing team the entire time, and I feel that we have that type of lineup that we can do that, where so much pressure doesn't fall on a couple of guys."

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGMartin Prado , 2B.282
HRBrian McCann , C23
RBIBrian McCann , C75
OBPChase Headley , 3B.328
SLGBrett Gardner , LF.422
RBrett Gardner , LF87
SBJacoby Ellsbury , CF39
WMasahiro Tanaka , SP13
ERAHiroki Kuroda , SP3.71
WHIPHiroki Kuroda , SP1.14
KBrandon McCarthy , SP175
SVDavid Robertson , RP39
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