• Yanks hope late rally is a sign of better things
  • The Yankees' bats seemed to be held up in customs until Brian McCann's long ninth-inning home run on Monday, a blast they hope indicates that a snooze plaguing most of their lineup is coming to an end.

  • Yankees held to McCann's late HR vs. Jays
  • Right-hander Marco Estrada rose to the occasion when the Blue Jays needed him the most, tossing eight scoreless innings in a 4-2 victory over the Yankees on Monday night at Rogers Centre.

  • CC aims to close out May on a high note
  • For the second time in less than a week, J.A. Happ and and CC Sabathia will square off on the rubber when the Blue Jays and Yankees play the second game of their three-game series on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre.

  • Severino optioned to Triple-A to get on track
  • On Monday, after finishing his rehab assignment, Luis Severino was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, where he will attempt to shrug off an underwhelming opening to his 2016 campaign.

  • Torn labrum lands Ackley on DL
  • Dustin Ackley is headed to the 15-day disabled list with a torn labrum, an injury sustained in the Yankees' 2-1 win over the Rays on Sunday.

  • Yanks split doubleheader with DiMaggio's help
  • It was only a Memorial Day double-header, but enough took place between the Yankees and Red sox on the field at Fenway Park on Friday that it almost seemed like an entire baseball season in itself. And it wasn't a particularly pretty one.

  • Won-hitter! See how Yanks grazed Rays
  • Jake Odorizzi carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning, but one swing of the bat from Starlin Castro changed everything.

  • Castro's HR all 'pen trio needs to lock down W
  • The beauty of the three-headed monster at the back end of the Yankees' bullpen is that one swing can turn a loss into a win, which is exactly what happened after Starlin Castro connected for their first -- and only -- hit of the afternoon on Sunday.

  • Teixeira, Beltran may be in starting lineup Monday
  • The Yankees could have Carlos Beltran and Mark Teixeira back in the starting lineup on Monday, when they open a three-game series against the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.

  • Girardi: Pineda to stay in rotation for now
  • Michael Pineda will have at least one more chance to turn his troubled season around. Yankees manager Joe Girardi said that no changes have been discussed to the rotation, with Pineda set to take the ball for Thursday's makeup game against the Tigers in Detroit.

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