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Yankees May Get a Breather, but a Gantlet Awaits

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 03:07:21 GMT

The Yankees’ Gary Sanchez, right, with Aaron Hicks, after Sanchez hit a three-run homer against the Mets in Thursday’s 7-5 win.After dominating the Mets and being thumped by the Red Sox, the Yankees get the struggling Tigers. Then comes a grueling stretch in their quest for the playoffs.


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Does Time Capsule Hold a Ball Signed by Babe Ruth? They’ll Know in 2130

Mon, 21 Aug 2017 06:59:22 GMT

The laying of the cornerstone at Bloomingdale’s, at Lexington Avenue and 59th Street in Manhattan, in 1930. Current store executives were unaware that a time capsule had been sealed there.Accounts from 1930 said the baseball, which could be worth $500,000, was among items entombed in a Bloomingdale’s cornerstone — with instructions not to open for 200 years.


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Steven Matz Will Require Surgery to Repair Nerve in Elbow

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 03:52:03 GMT

The Mets’ Steven Matz, a talented but oft-injured starter, missed the first two months of this season with left elbow inflammation.The injury to Matz, who missed the first two months of the season with inflammation in the joint, is the latest blow to the Mets’ starting rotation.


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Awed by Camden Yards, Rick Sutcliffe Started It All With a Shutout

Sun, 20 Aug 2017 02:12:50 GMT

Rick Sutcliffe pitching for the Orioles in 1992. The preceding winter, he was won over after standing on the mound at the new Oriole Park at Camden Yards with Manager Johnny Oates. On opening day, he shut out the Indians.Sutcliffe was part of the 1992 Orioles team that was returning to Baltimore this weekend to celebrate the ballpark’s 25th anniversary.


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Red Sox 5, Yankees 1: Yankees Fall to Red Sox as Aaron Judge’s Struggles Continue

Mon, 21 Aug 2017 01:01:04 GMT

The Yankees’ Aaron Judge, batting in the third inning, went 0-4 on Sunday and struck out for the 37th game in a row, extending his major league record.Judge, who went 0-4, extended a major league record by striking out for the 37th game in a row, while Yankees starter Sonny Gray failed to record any strikeouts in five innings of work.


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Marlins 6, Mets 4: Young Mets Shortstop Learns the Cost of an Untimely Double Pump

Mon, 21 Aug 2017 00:41:59 GMT

The Marlins’ Dee Gordon beating the tag from Mets second baseman Gavin Cecchini to steal second base during the first inning at Citi Field. He had two steals Sunday and has 43 for the season.Amed Rosario, a promising prospect, took too long on a throw and allowed a Marlins runner to reach base. Giancarlo Stanton followed with his major-league-leading 45th home run.


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Umpires Wear Wristbands to Protest ‘Abusive Player Behavior’

Sun, 20 Aug 2017 03:51:17 GMT

Chris Guccione, the home-plate umpire for the game between Tampa Bay and Seattle on Saturday, wore a white wristband as part of the protest.The protest was announced by the umpires’ union in objection to M.L.B.’s decision to fine but not suspend Detroit second baseman Ian Kinsler for his tirade against the umpire Angel Hernandez.


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On Baseball: Sale and Chapman Traveling Divergent Paths Out of Chicago

Sun, 20 Aug 2017 04:11:50 GMT

Chris Sale arrived in Boston from the White Sox in the off-season and entered Saturday’s game leading the American League in strikeouts, wins, E.R.A. and other categories.Chris Sale, despite losing Saturday, remains the rock of the Red Sox rotation. But the struggling Chapman wasn’t called on to protect the Yankees’ precious lead.


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Yankees Hold Off Red Sox, Without Chapman Shutting the Door

Sun, 20 Aug 2017 04:37:09 GMT

Tyler Austin, left, with Todd Frazier after Frazier’s solo homer gave the Yankees a 4-2 lead over the Red Sox on Saturday in Boston. Austin, an of-injured rookie recalled from the minors on Thursday, hit a three-run homer in his first at-bat against the Red Sox ace Chris Sale. The struggling Chapman was demoted by Manager Joe Girardi, who called on Dellin Betances in the ninth inning with a one-run lead.


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An Eye for Talent, a Place in History: Making Her Mark in Baseball Scouting

Sat, 19 Aug 2017 19:11:09 GMT

Amanda Hopkins, center, is about to complete her second year as an area scout for the Mariners, a position that has made her a part of baseball history. She is the first full-time female baseball scout in more than a half-century, breaking through a barrier that required diligence on her end and willingness by the Mariners organization.Amanda Hopkins, working for Seattle, is the first full-time female scout in more than 50 years. But she’s interested in the game, not in blazing trails.


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Rene Rivera Goes to Cubs, Joining a Mets Exodus

Sat, 19 Aug 2017 19:51:56 GMT

Catcher Rene Rivera after a home run for the Mets in a game against the Yankees on Wednesday.In two seasons with the Mets, Rivera had significant value as a reserve, becoming the preferred catcher for Noah Syndergaard.


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Mets Trade Curtis Granderson to the Dodgers

Sun, 20 Aug 2017 02:14:25 GMT

Curtis Granderson during the Mets’ loss to the Yankees on Monday.Granderson was an offensive engine and a clubhouse leader in three and a half seasons with the Mets, though the club fell short of its ultimate goal during his tenure.


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Marlins 3, Mets 1: Mets’ Skid Reaches Five Games in Loss to Marlins

Sat, 19 Aug 2017 04:53:45 GMT

Mets starter Chris Flexen gave up a two-run homer in the second inning but settled in after the Marlins added another run in the third.Amed Rosario, a rookie shortstop, went 2 for 4, but the rest of the Mets provided little offense and Miami won at Citi Field on Friday night.


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Red Sox 9, Yankees 6: As Bullpen Stumbles, Yankees Fall to Five Games Back of Red Sox

Sat, 19 Aug 2017 06:04:04 GMT

The Red Sox’ Christian Vazquez sliding home safely in the eighth inning as the throw bounced off Austin Romine’s helmet.The Yankees rallied to take a late three-run lead, but the bullpen could not hold it in the opener of a crucial series in Boston.


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On Baseball: Thomas Yawkey, the Red Sox Owner Who Resisted Integration

Sat, 19 Aug 2017 03:38:25 GMT

Thomas A. Yawkey owned the Boston Red Sox for 44 seasons, from 1933 to his death in 1976.Yawkey owned the team for 44 seasons but fought suiting up a black player to the last. Now there is an effort to rename a street near Fenway Park that memorializes him.


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A Baseball Manager Retires Again, Knowing It Rarely Sticks

Fri, 18 Aug 2017 23:24:05 GMT

J.D. Droddy before he stepped down as manager of the Salina Stockade in Kansas earlier this month. At 73, he is looking for a new career again.J.D. Droddy has been an Air Force officer, a lawyer, an educator, a playwright, a theatrical producer, a composer and a baseball boss. At 73, he’s looking for something new.


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Red Sox Renew Push to Rename Yawkey Way Amid Monument Debate

Fri, 18 Aug 2017 23:12:57 GMT

Fans line Yawkey Way, the street that runs alongside Fenway Park in Boston, before a Red Sox game in 2014. The team’s principal owner, John Henry, said Thursday he wanted the name changed because of its ties to the franchise’s complicated racial past.The team’s principal owner, John Henry, said the club would make a new effort to have Boston rename a street outside Fenway Park that honors a former owner who resisted efforts to integrate baseball.


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An Adorable Cat. A Grand Slam. A Kerfuffle in St. Louis.

Fri, 18 Aug 2017 19:59:18 GMT

The soon-to-be christened Rally Cat scurried across the field at Busch Stadium in St Louis on Aug. 9. After it was captured, the Cardinals catcher, Yadier Molina, hit a bases-loaded home run to win a game against Kansas City. That was how Rally Cat got its name.Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina hit a game-winning home run after a cat ran onto the field, earning itself the nickname Rally Cat. Now the cat is the focus of a custody dispute.


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Yankees 7, Mets 5: Luis Severino and Gary Sanchez Help Yankees Finish Four-Game Sweep of Mets

Fri, 18 Aug 2017 03:52:26 GMT

Gary Sanchez hitting a three-run first-inning homer against Steven Matz, who gave up seven runs in three and a third innings.Severino earned his 10th win, holding the Mets to one run in six and a third innings and striking out nine batters, and Sanchez hit his 22nd homer and had five R.B.I.


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Yankees’ Tyler Austin Returns, Again, From the D.L.

Fri, 18 Aug 2017 01:07:37 GMT

Tyler Austin after hitting a home run in June. On Thursday, he played his first major league game since late that month.Austin, who homered along with Aaron Judge in their debuts last August, has battled an injury bug that has also struck other Yankees first basemen.


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The Catcher Switched to Third. Then to Second. Then Back to Third. 22 Times.

Fri, 18 Aug 2017 04:01:03 GMT

The Mets had catcher Travis d’Arnaud, playing as an emergency third baseman, switch positions with second baseman Asdrubal Cabrera over and over on Wednesday night. In 11 years in professional baseball, d’Arnaud had never played either position in a game.The Mets were forced to use catcher Travis d’Arnaud as an emergency infielder on Wednesday, but they did their best to hide him.


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Yankees 5, Mets 3: Aaron Judge and Didi Gregorius Provide Big Hits as Yankees Top Mets Again

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 16:14:06 GMT

Shortstop Didi Gregorius hitting a double in the seventh inning to drive in the deciding runs for the Yankees in their third victory over the Mets in three days.Judge drove a ball into the third deck at Citi Field for his 38th home run, and Gregorius had a two-run double in the seventh inning to lead the Yankees to their third win over the Mets in three days.


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On Baseball: Even in a Slump, the Big Aaron Judge Homers Keep Coming

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 18:33:13 GMT

Aaron Judge hit a home run in the fourth inning against the Mets at Citi Field on Wednesday.Judge is hitting just .185 since the break, but can still belt the ball 457 feet.


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Giancarlo Stanton Is Chasing History With Home Run Binge

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 04:32:41 GMT

Giancarlo Stanton watched his solo home run against the Giants on Tuesday night.After hitting his 44th homer of the season on Tuesday, the Marlins slugger is now on a pace to hit 60.


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Yankees 5, Mets 4: Yankees Survive Aroldis Chapman’s Troubles and Beat the Mets Again

Wed, 16 Aug 2017 14:39:39 GMT

Dominic Smith hit his first homer Tuesday, a two-run shot, but the Mets managed little else against Yankees starter Sonny Gray.The Yankees battered Jacob deGrom for five runs, and Sonny Gray held the Mets to two runs through six innings for his first victory since he was acquired on July 31.


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‘Trade’ Ensures Lucas Duda Can’t Shake That Pesky Instagram Account

Wed, 16 Aug 2017 01:12:18 GMT

Lucas Duda is a slugging first baseman and a reluctant social media presence.After Duda was traded to the Rays, his old Mets teammates put together another deal: handing over the keys to the Instagram account they used to torment him.


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Sports of The Times: Subway Series Shows Two Teams That Are Not That Far Apart

Wed, 16 Aug 2017 02:27:01 GMT

Mets reliever Hansel Robles gave up a tiebreaking homer to Aaron Hicks in the eighth inning on Monday.The Yankees are in the pennant race while the Mets are floundering, but the teams are not as different as they first appear.


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