• Yanks honor Judge, Adams for '16 season in Minors
  • Successful 2016 seasons for a pair of Yankees Minor Leaguers were rewarded on Saturday.

  • CC goes 5 1/3 before Yanks walk off vs. Phils
  • The Yankees rallied late to grab their 20th victory of the spring, pushing two runs across in the ninth inning to walk off in a 3-2 Grapefruit League win over the Phillies at George M. Steinbrenner Field on Friday.

  • Cessa optioned amid Yankees' roster moves
  • The Yankees trimmed a rotation contender and a top prospect from camp on Friday, optioning right-hander Luis Cessa to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and reassigning outfielder Clint Frazier to Minor League camp amid several roster moves.

  • CC, Pineda to follow Tanaka in Opening Series
  • The Yankees have set their rotation for the Opening Series against the Rays, with CC Sabathia in line to start the season's second game on April 4 at Tropicana Field.

  • Hicks belly-flopped into first base
  • He has grace.

  • Clippard: Classic one of 'coolest things' in career
  • The realization hit Tyler Clippard long before he was part of the World Baseball Classic celebration at Dodger Stadium, confetti raining from the sky and the stars and stripes across his chest.

  • Yanks confident in stepping up with Didi out
  • Chase Headley does not know who will be standing to his left when he takes the field on Opening Day, but the third baseman is confident that the Yankees will be able to weather the injury that is keeping shortstop Didi Gregorius on the sidelines.

  • Yanks mulling candidates to round out rotation
  • The best-case scenario would have made the decisions easy for manager Joe Girardi and pitching coach Larry Rothschild, with the best candidates for the fourth and fifth spots in the Yankees' starting rotation clearly identifying themselves this spring.

  • Montgomery K's 8 as youngsters shine vs. TB
  • The Yankees and Rays played to a 5-5 tie as New York's Tyler Wade stole third and then scored on an error to knot the game up in the ninth Thursday afternoon at Charlotte Sports Park.

  • Q&A: Cashman on 30-plus years with Yanks
  • MLB.com recently sat down with Brian Cashman in his office at George M. Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Fla., to discuss what he learned working for The Boss, what it was like being a seller for the first time at last year's Trade Deadline and how he hopes the current youth movement will bring a 28th title to Yankee Stadium.

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