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2018 Schedule
46-21, 1st in AL East
Astros, Yankees battle for top spot (1:22)
Rays avoid sweep with win over Yankees (1:00)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner says he was out of the lineup today due to some soreness he was feeling in his right knee. Says it isn't one specific time in which he hurt himself; more of an "over time" issue. MRI today revealed some inflammation, but nothing too serious. Hopes to play Monday.

Doug Kezirian ESPN 

Yankees have now gone UNDER the betting total in 12 straight games, following Sunday's 3-1 loss

Hicks drops bat after solo blast (0:20)
Swisher blasts double-decker dinger for Bombers (1:04)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

One of my favorite quotes about Old-Timers' Day came from Aaron Boone: "It's funny watching guys in the cage and I could see them like ... that's Willie Randolph — in slow motion. You know, their old swings. Sorry, Willie. But I said that about everybody. Lee Mazzilli. Yeah, that's Lee. That's Lee's swing right there — in slow motion. So that's kind of neat to see. I know I got in there in slow motion, too."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The current-day Yankees' lineup for Old-Timers' Day: Hicks CF Judge RF Gregorius SS Stanton LF Bird DH Sánchez C Andújar 3B Walker 1B Torres 2B Sabathia SP

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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees manager Aaron Boone can still swing it. Right after this video ended, he hit a fly toward the left-field foul pole ... it landed a couple feet shy of the wall.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Giambi, making his Old-Timers' Day debut at Yankee Stadium today, just hit a second-deck homer to right as the former Yankees take batting practice.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Hey, dads, Happy Father's Day! How about we watch some former Yankees play today? It's Old-Timers' Day.

Yankees' balanced attack knocks off Rays (1:21)

Doug Kezirian ESPN 

Following 4-1 win, Yankees have now gone under the betting total in 11 straight games

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Another gem from Luis Severino, and a power display from the heart of the Yankees' lineup led to New York's 4-1 win Saturday over the Rays. In addition to Severino's strong eight-inning, nine-strikeout performance, the Yankees got home runs from Giancarlo Stanton (his 16th) and Gary Sánchez (his 13th). Both sluggers have struggled at home lately, so the homers were welcomed sights. It was the first time either homered since Mother's Day weekend.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Today's Yankees lineup has Aaron Judge getting a day off in the field. The full lineup here: Gardner LF Judge DH Gregorius SS Stanton RF Sánchez C Bird 1B Hicks CF Andújar 3B Torres 2B Severino SP

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Jonathan Loaisiga's family was all back home in Nicaragua watching his MLB debut. While they may not have been at Yankee Stadium, he still had some proud people in the stands. Loaisiga said he noticed numerous Nicaraguan flags and a few jerseys as he was warming up. "It's exciting to see people from your home country come out and support you," he said. "Getting to your goal, achieving your goal, it's a dream to pitch in the big leagues. So having the opportunity to do that ... it's a dream come true."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The Yankees had mentioned several times before tonight just how calm and easygoing Jonathan Loaisiga's demeanor is. Could tell hours before the game the nerves probably wouldn't be a huge issue for him. He was lounging on a clubhouse couch watching Spain and Portugal play in the World Cup like he wasn't about to make the biggest start of his life. Teammates "told me just to stay calm, keep doing what you were doing down there in the minor leagues," Loaisiga said. He was in a nice, regular routine.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Just when they've needed them to, a pair of young Yankees arms have pitched well this week. The latest was Jonathan Loaisiga, the 23-year-old who struck out six in a three-hitter during his major league debut Friday. His strong five-inning outing, coupled with a Didi Gregorius homer, a Giancarlo Stanton sacrifice fly and a late Gary Sánchez bases-clearing extra-base hit, powered a 5-0 Yankees win over the Rays. Loaisiga's start marked only the fifth time in Yankees history that a pitcher went at least five scoreless innings in his debut.

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Cashman in hunt for arm, but Torres untouchable

Brian Cashman has reached out to some 20 teams to see what it will take to land a starting pitcher, but he was quick to say that rookie Gleyber Torres would not be part of any trade talks.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs3593rd
Batting Average.25111th
On Base Percentage.3303rd
Slugging Percentage.4621st
Earned Run Average3.435th
Quality Starts405th
WHIP1.153rd
BAA.2172nd