• Yanks trade with Sox for first time since 1997
  • It takes a specific set of circumstances for the Yankees and Red Sox to pursue a trade together, something that the American League East rivals haven't dared to do since 1997.

  • Donning pinstripes, Drew, Capuano face Red Sox
  • Stephen Drew and Chris Capuano will be sporting Yankees pinstripes as they return to Fenway Park to face a revamped Red Sox club, which will start No. 6 prospect Anthony Ranaudo in Friday night's series opener.

  • Yanks land infielders Drew, Prado at Deadline
  • With the Red Sox taking part in a full-scale roster makeover on Thursday, the Yankees took the opportunity to get in on the action and upgrade their infield, completing their first trade with Boston since 1997. Stephen Drew will suit up in Fenway's visitors' clubhouse when the American League East rivals meet on Friday evening, having been acquired by the Yankees in exchange for infielder Kelly Johnson.

  • Cashman wants to keep Refsnyder in Triple-A
  • The Yankees had already expressed reluctance to rush infield prospect Rob Refsnyder to the big leagues, and Thursday's non-waiver Trade Deadline deals will help general manager Brian Cashman keep the 23-year-old with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

  • Yanks to DFA Roberts to make room for Drew
  • The Yankees plan to designate Brian Roberts for assignment to create room for Stephen Drew on the active roster.

  • Yankees add righty Rogers on waiver claim
  • The Yankees announced a small addition in the hours leading up to Thursday's 4 p.m. ET non-waiver Trade Deadline, claiming right-hander Esmil Rogers off waivers from the Blue Jays.

  • Kuroda settles in, but Yanks can't come back in Texas
  • One night after producing their biggest inning of the season, the Yankees' bats quickly went cold against Colby Lewis and the Rangers' pitching staff in a 3-2 loss on Wednesday at Globe Life Park.

  • Liverpool tops Man City in Yankee Stadium match
  • In what might be considered a final trial run for Yankee Stadium as the venue for 2015 MLS expansion team NYCFC, Liverpool and Manchester City gave fans a look at two English Premier League teams that have increasingly become part of American fans' collective soccer conscience.

  • Jeter gets presidential sendoff from Bush in Texas
  • By now, Derek Jeter is used to the celebrations, the pregame festivities that opposing teams honor him with in his final stops at their ballparks. Typically, he knows what to expect. But that wasn't fully the case Wednesday night when the Rangers honored the shortstop by surprising him with a special on-field presentation from the 43rd President of the United States, George W. Bush.

  • Prospect O'Brien has two-homer day for Trenton
  • Peter O'Brien, the Yankees' No. 9 prospect, homered twice Wednesday, but it wasn't enough to lead Double-A Trenton to victory. The Thunder lost, 3-2, to New Britain.

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