• Montgomery displaying confidence, control
  • It was Jordan Montgomery's best start of the three he has made this season in his brief Yankees career, but the rookie left-hander found little comfort in that on Sunday. New York lost the game and, by his own admission, he wasn't very good.

  • Ells, Montgomery not enough in Yanks' loss
  • Yes, that's the same Ivan Nova. Facing his former team for the first time, Nova put together the kind of performance he's become known for since joining the Pirates, firing seven efficient innings and leading the Bucs to a 2-1 victory and series win over the Yankees on Sunday afternoon at PNC Park.

  • Girardi: 'Didi is our shortstop'
  • Yankees manager Joe Girardi did not hesitate when asked if injured shortstop Didi Gregorius will start when he returns to the lineup.

  • Severino, Yanks travel to Fenway for opener
  • The Yankees started off better than most expected, while the Red Sox -- predicted by many to win the American League East -- have struggled a bit. Injuries and the flu have taken a toll, but that won't affect the intensity of the rivalry when the clubs meet for for the first time this season Tuesday at Fenway Park.

  • Frazier's solo homer fuels RailRiders' win
  • Clint Frazier has had Yankees fans abuzz since New York traded for him last July, but he hadn't gotten off to the hottest start to the 2017 season at the plate. As of Saturday, that looks like it might be changing.

  • Judge draws high praise for moonshot
  • The Judge didn't let this Pirate get off scot-free.

  • Carter comes up huge with HR in key spot
  • For those wondering why the Yankees signed Chris Carter, the big slugger provided a clue Saturday.

  • Yanks break out the bats to overpower Bucs
  • Held hitless for 4 2/3 innings Saturday afternoon, the Yankees finally found their bats -- in a big way. Starlin Castro and Chris Carter each launched a three-run homer and Aaron Judge added a solo shot in the ninth, leading the Yankees to an 11-5 win at PNC Park.

  • Struggling Gardner replaced by Hicks Saturday
  • Yankees manager Joe Girardi juggled his lineup Saturday, benching left-fielder Brett Gardner and replacing him with Aaron Hicks.

  • Yankees unveil stadium upgrades, new food
  • The Yankees have unveiled an improved fan experience in the form of many stadium enhancements and a new dining menu for everyone.

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