• Inbox: Who's most trusted to start WC Game?
  • In the latest Yankees Inbox, beat reporter Bryan Hoch answers questions on the starter for a potential American League Wild Card Game, CC Sabathia's immediate future, the club's most glaring weakness entering October and more.

  • Yanks over Twins in WC Game? Not so fast
  • The Yankees' record against the Twins since 2002 -- and this includes four soul-crushing postseason series for Minnesota -- is 89-33. And while this might give Twins fans nightmares ahead of a potential meeting in the Oct. 3 American League Wild Card Game, I can't help but think that Yankees fans might be more nervous.

  • Judge's 45th HR helps Yanks sweep Twins
  • Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez launched back-to-back homers, and Didi Gregorius also went deep as the Yankees continued to fire on all cylinders in pursuit of a postseason berth, completing a series sweep of the Twins with an 11-3 victory on Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.

  • Young fan injured after being hit by ball in Bronx
  • A young girl in the stands was struck by a batted ball in the fifth inning of the Yankees' 11-3 win against the Twins on Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium, briefly delaying play on the field while players looked on, clearly shaken by the situation.

  • Judge hits HR No. 45 as young Yanks rake
  • The young Yankees busted out the bats in convincing fashion in Wednesday afternoon's 11-3 win over the Twins, as Aaron Judge cracked his American League-leading 45th home run in the third inning, going back-to-back with fellow "Baby Bomber" Gary Sanchez off right-hander Bartolo Colon.

  • Yanks look to gain in AL East behind Tanaka
  • The Yankees could secure a postseason berth during their stay north of the border this week, but as they prepare to open a three-game series with the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre, their focus remains set on pursuing the Red Sox in the American League East.

  • Gregorius apologized to catcher after bat flip
  • What a gentleman.

  • Yankees turn fan's thumbs-down into a T-shirt
  • Thumbs-downs for everyone.

  • Castro getting back in groove at plate
  • Starlin Castro says that he is a more dangerous hitter when he is able to use the entire field, which is why the Yankees have been encouraged to see the All-Star infielder get back to spraying balls around the diamond.

  • CC 3rd, behind Hall of Famers, on lefty K list
  • CC Sabathia moved into third place all-time in the second inning of Tuesday's 5-2 victory over the Twins, striking out five to finish the evening with 2,836 career whiffs. Among lefties, he trails Hall of Famers Randy Johnson (4,875) and Steve Carlton (4,136).

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