• Yanks, Tanaka encouraged by latest 'pen session
  • Masahiro Tanaka did not need a translator to answer "good" in response to questions of how his arm was feeling after his latest bullpen session on Wednesday.

  • Yanks determining best course of action for Phelps
  • The Yankees are still not sure what they are going to do next with right-hander David Phelps as he recovers from right elbow inflammation. Manager Joe Girardi said he, general manager Brian Cashman and trainer Steve Donohue need to sit down with Dr. Christopher Ahmad to discuss the results of Phelps' MRI from Monday and "figure out what is the best plan for him to get him back, or what needs to be done next."

  • Beltran sidelined again by right elbow issue
  • Carlos Beltran was not in the Yankees' lineup on Wednesday due to pain in the same right elbow that has troubled him all season, and he'll likely be sidelined for at least a couple days.

  • Yankees reach out with a hand of inclusion
  • In his first event as MLB's ambassador for inclusion, Billy Bean was joined by Yankees general manager Brian Cashman and assistant GM Jean Afterman for a visit to talk to LGBTQ youth at the Hetrick-Martin Institute in New York City.

  • Yankees zapped late, take step back in WC chase
  • With the game tied in the ninth, David Robertson struggled with his command and eventually gave up a deciding three-run homer to Chris Carter in a tough 7-4 defeat to the Astros. With Tuesday night victories by the Mariners and Tigers, the Yankees dropped to four games back in the American League Wild Card chase.

  • Jeter's hit that tied Wagner now ruled an error
  • Major League Baseball slightly altered history on Tuesday with a scoring change to the Yankees' game against the Indians on Aug. 8. Derek Jeter reached base in the first inning on what was originally ruled an infield single and the 3,430th hit in his career, which tied Honus Wagner for sixth place on baseball's all-time hits list. That play has now been ruled an error on Cleveland first baseman Carlos Santana, who could not cleanly handle a throw from shortstop Jose Ramirez.

  • Girardi shares ideas to speed up game pace
  • With the recent election of Rob Manfred to succeed Bud Selig as Commissioner of Baseball, ways to solve some of baseball's lingering issues, most notably its pace of play, have resurfaced. Yankees manager Joe Girardi shed light on that topic Tuesday.

  • Film about Yankees and featuring Yankees premieres
  • The film "Henry & Me" premiered in Manhattan on Monday, and it's about and features Yankees past and present, including Babe, Mickey, Reggie, Yogi, Thurman, Mariano, Joe Girardi, Willie Randolph and more.

  • Since coming to NY, Headley relishing his time
  • The Yankees have called Chase Headley's presence a "rental" for the season's final two months, but Headley is hoping that it can be something more.

  • Dominant Kuroda leads Yanks to series win
  • Hiroki Kuroda retired 17 straight batters to highlight a dominant outing and Brett Gardner drove in two runs as the Yankees completed their road trip with a 4-2 victory over the Rays on Sunday at Tropicana Field.

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