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Thu, May 19
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AL East Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
28-9 9-1 W4
23-15 5-5 W2
20-18 3-7 L1
15-22 5-5 W1
14-24 3-7 L6

Top Yankees News

  • Yankees' Tim Locastro: Rehab progressing smoothly

    Locastro (lat) has been swinging a bat recently, Bryan Hoch of reports.

    Locastro has been on the injured list since May 8 but is in New York and has been hitting off a tee. While it's not yet clear when the 29-year-old will be able to return to game action, he's made good progress in his recovery so far.

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  • Yankees' Josh Donaldson: Idle Thursday

    Donaldson is out of the lineup for Thursday's game in Baltimore, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.

    With Giancarlo Stanton handling designated-hitter duties and DJ LeMahieu manning third base, Donaldson will take a seat for the first time since May 8. While starting in each of the Yankees' last 10 games, Donaldson slashed an impressive .342/.419/.632 with three home runs, four walks, two doubles, seven RBI and six runs.

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  • Yankees' Jose Trevino: Resting Thursday

    Trevino is out of the lineup for Thursday's game in Baltimore, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.

    He'll hit the bench after starting behind the plate in three of the Yankees' last four games. Kyle Higashioka replaces Trevino as the Yankees' starting catcher in the series finale.

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  • Yankees' Joey Gallo: Sitting out series finale

    Gallo is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Orioles, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.

    Gallo will give way to Marwin Gonzalez in left field for the series finale. The 28-year-old slugger had started in each of the Yankees' last eight games, going 5-for-31 with two home runs, five walks, five runs and three RBI.

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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Secures third save

    Holmes earned a save against the Orioles on Wednesday, tossing two scoreless innings during which he allowed one hit and struck out one.

    Aroldis Chapman has been shaky of late and had pitched three of the past four days, so the Yankees opted not to go to him with a one-run lead entering the bottom of the ninth inning. Instead, manager Aaron Boone stuck with Holmes, who had thrown just eight pitches in a scoreless eighth frame. The right-hander had no trouble closing out the contest, retiring the side in order. Despite his recent struggles, Chapman hasn't blown a save this season and isn't likely to be demoted from the closer role just yet, but Holmes would be among the top candidates to step in if that decision were to be made down the road.

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  • Yankees' Gerrit Cole: Notches fourth victory

    Cole (4-0) earned the win over Baltimore on Wednesday, pitching seven innings and allowing two runs on six hits while striking out five batters.

    Cole demonstrated excellent control throughout the contest, throwing 70 of 97 pitches for strikes and yielding no walks for the first time this season. He didn't fan any batters through the first three innings, struck out five straight between the fourth and fifth frames, then went the rest of his outing without another punchout. The right-hander had a 6.35 ERA through his first three outings this season but has brought that number all the way down to 2.89 with five straight quality starts. His next start is lined up to be a rematch against the Orioles -- this time in New York -- early next week.

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  • Yankees' Luis Gil: Exits with arm injury

    Gil was removed from his start with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Wednesday after gesturing to his right elbow, Conor Foley of The Scranton Times-Tribune reports.

    The 24-year-old was making his first start back with the RailRiders after a brief stint with the Yankees, but his return outing was cut short by the injury. The specifics of the injury remain unclear, but any arm issue is a worrying sign for Gil, who's struggled to a 9.53 ERA at Triple-A this year.

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  • Yankees' Michael King: Impressive again Tuesday

    King earned a hold against the Orioles on Tuesday, pitching three perfect innings during which he struck out six batters.

    Starter Jameson Taillon was lifted after giving up a leadoff double in the sixth inning, and King promptly snuffed out the threat by striking out the next three batters. The righty reliever went two more frames, setting down the side in order in each and collecting three more punchouts. King has been a force as a full-time reliever this season, recording a 1.40 ERA, 0.82 WHIP and 37:4 K:BB over 25.2 innings.

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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Day off Wednesday

    Stanton isn't starting Wednesday against Baltimore.

    Stanton started in the last six games and hit .417 with three homers, two doubles, 10 RBI and five runs. He'll get a breather while Aaron Judge serves as the designated hitter with Marwin Gonzalez starting in right field.

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  • Yankees' DJ LeMahieu: Not in Wednesday's lineup

    LeMahieu isn't starting Wednesday against the Orioles.

    LeMahieu will get his first day off since May 8 after he went 1-for-12 with two RBI, a run, a walk and five strikeouts over the last three games. Gleyber Torres will start at second base and bat fifth.

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  • Yankees' Ben Rortvedt: Undergoes surgery

    Rortvedt (knee) underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Wednesday.

    Rortvedt missed the start of the regular season due to an oblique injury, and his rehab assignment was recently paused due to a knee injury that ultimately required surgery. The procedure was classified as a meniscus clean-up, and the backstop is expected to have a recovery timetable of 6-to-8 weeks prior to returning to game action. As a result, the 24-year-old will likely be sidelined until at least late June or sometime in July.

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  • Yankees' Ryan LaMarre: Returns from IL

    Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre reinstated LaMarre (undisclosed) from its 7-day injured list Tuesday, Conor Foley of The Scranton Times-Tribune reports.

    LaMarre hadn't played since May 3 due to the unspecified issue. The journeyman outfielder is hitting .222 with four doubles and two stolen bases over 53 plate appearances at Triple-A this season.

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  • Yankees' Austin Wells: Placed on injured list

    Wells was placed on the 7-day minor-league injured list for an undisclosed reason Wednesday, Conor Foley of The Scranton Times-Tribune reports.

    Wells got off to a hot start at High-A Hudson Valley this year, slashing .323/.429/.576 with six home runs, seven doubles, 21 runs, 16 RBI and nine runs. While the nature of his injury isn't yet clear, he'll be forced to spend at least a week on the shelf.

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  • Yankees' Aaron Judge: Two homers, three RBI in win

    Judge went 4-for-5 with two home runs, a double and three RBI in Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Orioles.

    Judge doubled and drove in DJ LeMahieu in the first inning before launching two solo homers and adding a single later in the contest. The outfielder now has a league-leading 14 homers this season, five of which have come in the last week. Judge is batting .345 with eight long balls, 17 RBI, 14 runs and a stolen base over 55 at-bats in the month of May. The 30-year-old is having a monster start to the season and has compiled a .315 batting average and .692 slugging percentage over 130 at-bats, both of which are career bests.

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  • Yankees' Aroldis Chapman: Holds on for ninth save

    Chapman picked up the save in Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Orioles after pitching the ninth inning, giving up one run on three hits while striking out one.

    Called upon to protect a two-run lead in the bottom of the ninth, Chapman made quick work of the first two batters he faced before running into a little trouble with two outs. He surrendered two consecutive singles and then Ryan McKenna ripped a double, scoring Tyler Nevin and narrowing the deficit to 5-4. Chapman was able to get Cedric Mullins to pop out to end the game, stranding two on base and securing his ninth save of the year. After opening the season with 10.1 scoreless frames, the left-hander has allowed a run in four consecutive appearances. Although he's struggled a little recently, the 34-year-old is 9-for-9 on save chances this year and owns a 2.63 ERA and 1.46 WHIP with 15 strikeouts in 13.2 innings.

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  • Yankees' Jameson Taillon: Earns fourth win

    Taillon (4-1) grabbed the win Tuesday after he tossed five innings, surrendering three runs on six hits and a walk while striking out two versus the Orioles.

    Taillon was able to snag a win in what was his third shot versus the Orioles this season after he failed to reach five innings in his prior two starts against them. He gave up a solo homer to Ramon Urias in the second frame before giving up two more runs in the bottom of the fourth. The 30-year-old has now allowed three or fewer runs in each of his first seven starts to open the season, though he has only produced one quality start in 2022. Now in his second season with the Yankees, Taillon owns a 3.28 ERA and 1.21 WHIP with 27 strikeouts over 35.2 innings.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .244


Player Injury
D. German SP Domingo German SP Shoulder
B. Rortvedt C Ben Rortvedt C Knee
T. Locastro LF Tim Locastro LF Lat
Z. Britton RP Zack Britton RP Elbow
S. Ridings RP Stephen Ridings RP Shoulder

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Thu, May 19 @ 12:35 pm
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
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