• Yankees 'One Step Ahead' when helping kids
  • Kristofer Robinson knew he was getting a new prosthetic leg from the One Step Ahead Foundation sometime this week. But little did he know all that his trip to the Big Apple had in store for him.

  • Littell fans eight in win with Tampa
  • The SeaWolves desperately needed a big performance out of starter Myles Jaye on Tuesday and the Tigers' No. 15 prospect delivered, tossing six scoreless innings and setting a career high with 11 strikeouts.

  • Yanks lose power after early HRs vs. Royals
  • A pair of big swings by Lorenzo Cain and rookie Jorge Bonifacio helped break up what had been a taut pitching duel for the first six innings, with the Royals hitting four homers to power past the Yankees in a 6-2 victory on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium.

  • Yanks play 'God Save the Queen' for victims
  • Before the first pitch of Tuesday night's game against the Royals, the Yankees honored the victims in Monday's terror attack in Manchester, England, by playing "God Save the Queen."

  • Montgomery impressive in rematch with KC
  • Rookie left-hander Jordan Montgomery got the bounce-back outing he was looking for in a no-decision against the Royals.

  • Severino set for his first meeting with Royals
  • Alex Gordon, who is batting .175 with no home runs in 39 games this season, will face Yankees right-hander Luis Severino (2-2) in his return on Wednesday. Severino will be making his first career start against the Royals and will be opposed by right-hander Jason Hammel (1-5), who looks to turn his season around.

  • Yankees confident Judge can handle hype
  • With just 67 big league games under his belt, Aaron Judge has already become a permanent fixture at Yankee Stadium.

  • Judge has an interesting superstition with gum
  • The jury is out on its efficacy.

  • No trouble with curve: Judge handling hook
  • You may have missed it. No one could blame you if you had. But in the eighth inning at Yankee Stadium on Monday night, Royals pitcher Seth Maness did something unusual. He threw Aaron Judge a curveball, in the strike zone, and got away with it.

  • Contract sending Ruth to NY is up for auction
  • How much would you pay for a piece of baseball history?

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