• Pipeline Inbox: Which Yankees prospect could be a star?
  • Jonathan Mayo discusses which Yankees prospect he sees as a future superstar, Bradley Zimmer vs. Kyle Tucker, the Braves' Austin Riley and more.

  • Rutherford, Adams among top prospect performers Wednesday
  • Michael Kopech may be the hottest pitcher in all of Minor League Baseball these days as he continues to shut down opposing lineups with a plethora of strikeouts.

  • Yanks overpower Mariners with youth, years
  • Masahiro Tanaka threw seven shutout innings and Gary Sanchez homered yet again in the Yankees' 5-0 victory over the Mariners Wednesday afternoon to close the series in Seattle. With its second consecutive win, New York took the three-game set.

  • AL East rivals reunite as Yanks welcome O's
  • The Yankees need to keep winning, and they need to do so against the teams that are ahead of them in the standings. The Orioles need to win to stay in the second slot in the American League Wild Card race. Both clubs will get a good chance to solidify their positioning when they meet for a three-game series that begins on Friday night at Yankee Stadium.

  • Girardi on WC chase: 'The opportunity is there'
  • Joe Girardi won his 800th game as the Yankees' manager on Wednesday afternoon. But Girardi's reaction to achieving that milestone says a lot about where he finds his club after a road trip in which New York won four of six, taking two of three apiece in Anaheim and Seattle.

  • Sanchez turning heads with impressive start
  • As if the monstrous upper-deck home run on the first pitch he saw or the scalded double down the left-field line, or the two homers in the first game of this series weren't enough, the first thing the traveling band of Yankees reporters wanted to hear about was how a 23-year-old catcher with 21 games of Major League experience could get walked intentionally twice in one game.

  • Girardi, Yanks 'excited' by Torreyes' surge
  • Ronald Torreyes has been filling in at third base for banged-up Chase Headley, and he's been hitting and hitting and hitting some more.

  • CC finds vintage form in win over Mariners
  • The nights are getting shorter, October is getting closer, and the big man was dealing again.

  • CC, Ells help Yanks draw even in Seattle
  • CC Sabathia got back on track and Jacoby Ellsbury hit a two-run home run to open up a close game en route to a 5-1 Yankees win over the Mariners on Tuesday night at Safeco Field. The Yankees evened the three-game series at a game apiece and knocked the Mariners back to two games out of the second American League Wild Card spot.

  • Castro, Gregorius providing pop up the middle
  • When the Yankees traded for Didi Gregorius to replace Derek Jeter at shortstop and later signed Starlin Castro to play second base, they knew what they were getting: solid defense and the potential to supplement those gloves with occasional offense.

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