• Andujar, Widener among top performers
  • Logan Ice put together one of the best offensive games of his young career and led Class A Lake County to a 15-6 win over Dayton on Sunday.

  • Sanchez HR closes gap, but baserunning costly
  • With the Yankees trailing in the seventh inning, catcher Gary Sanchez made a baserunning blunder that left the Yankees one run short in their 7-6 loss to the Rangers on Sunday afternoon.

  • Hicks injures oblique, could miss 3-4 weeks
  • The Yankees rolled the dice by taking the field with a one-man bench on Sunday afternoon, a plan that backfired when outfielder Aaron Hicks was forced to exit after four innings with tightness in his right oblique.

  • Comeback falls just short in finale vs. Texas
  • Adrian Beltre, Shin-Soo Choo and Drew Robinson cracked home runs to send Michael Pineda to an early exit, and the Rangers held on to defeat the Yankees, 7-6, on Sunday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.

  • Judge is lifted easily by Gregorius for high-five
  • Didi makes it look so easy.

  • Montgomery to face righty-heavy White Sox
  • Yankees left-hander Jordan Montgomery (5-4, 3.74 ERA) has won three of his past four starts, proving to be the team's most consistent starter in June. He will look to keep his success going against lefty David Holmberg (1-1, 2.84 ERA) and the White Sox on Monday night.

  • Grand Old Time: Former Yanks have a ball
  • Jorge Posada tore open the envelope bearing a Yankee Stadium return address, read the enclosed invitation and smiled. With some urging from Tino Martinez, the former catcher was soon digging his glove out of storage for the 71st Yankees Old-Timers' Day

  • Sabathia throws full bullpen session
  • Left-hander CC Sabathia threw a full 35-pitch bullpen on Sunday for the first time since being placed on the 10-day disabled list on June 15 (retroactive to June 14) with a left hamstring strain.

  • 20 years ago, Pudge nearly a Yankee
  • The Yankees held Old Timers' Day on Sunday and Ivan Rodriguez was not there. His time with the Yankees amounted to 33 games in 2008. It could have been much more. Rodriguez almost became another Yankees legend with his own plaque in Monument Park next to fellow catchers Bill Dickey, Thurman Munson and Yogi Berra.

  • Mateo extends hit streak with Tampa
  • Austin Riley's perfect day at the plate helped lead Class A Advanced Florida to a 4-3 win over Fort Myers on Saturday.

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