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Here's why people believe Aaron Judge can be the next Derek Jeter for the Yankees

Wed, 24 May 2017 04:05:25 GMT

On Sunday, Aaron Judge went 0 for 4. Four years back, before he was the major leagues’ most fearsome power hitter, before he inspired the New York Yankees to create a special section in their billion-and-a-half-dollar stadium devoted to him, Judge was a green draft pick who sought advice from a sage veteran and glommed onto one particular piece. Never was Derek Jeter a particularly vocal leader.



What's in store for the Yankees at first base?

Tue, 23 May 2017 15:30:57 GMT

Chris Carelli, SNY.TV Facebook | Twitter | About Me | Archives The Yankees entered the 2017 campaign believing they would have much better performance from their first basemen after a dormant 2016 season. Instead, Yankees first basemen rank dead last in MLB in each component of the triple slash line (.176/.288/.301) and OPS+ (45, with 100 considered average). The drain at the position in 2016 was disappointing, but the club was optimistic for 2017 with Tyler Austin set to build on last season's cameo, Greg Bird back and healthy, and 2016 National League home run co-leader Chris Carter signed for added power. Austin was hurt before a competition at first base could begin, allowing Bird to win



Royals look to continue power surge vs. Yankees

Wed, 24 May 2017 07:18:05 GMT

Home runs and the Royals don't necessarily go together based on past seasons, but this season, Kansas City is putting pitches over the fence more frequently. After tying a season high with four home runs, the Royals are up to 13 homers through the first half of a 10-game road trip. Kansas City (19-26) has 52 homers, which is 16 fewer than the Yankees.



All Rise! The Judge's Chambers, in session at Yankee Stadium

Tue, 23 May 2017 03:18:31 GMT

The verdict is in: Rookie slugger Aaron Judge is getting his own rooting section at Yankee Stadium. Framed by faux wood paneling, covering three rows and fashioned to fit 18 fans wearing black judicial robes with the Yankees' logo on the front and his No. 99 on the back, this court opened on Monday night. Looking like a jury box, ballpark style, with proper lettering at the back of Section 104, just behind where he plays right field.



Cubs top Giants behind Lester's complete game, Schwarber's career-long HR

Wed, 24 May 2017 06:24:41 GMT

Jon Lester starred to inspire reigning World Series champions the Chicago Cubs to a 4-1 win over the San Francisco Giants in MLB. Lester pitched a four-hitter for Chicago's first complete game of the season with 10 strikeouts and no walks on Tuesday.



Contract sending Babe Ruth from Red Sox to Yankees at auction

Tue, 23 May 2017 15:15:14 GMT

One of the most famous documents in sports is going up for auction. The sales contract of Babe Ruth, forged in December 1919, that sent the pitcher and slugger from the Boston Red Sox to the New York Yankees is being sold by auctioneer Lelands.com. Leland's Josh Evans said that the document being sold is the original copy of the contract owned by then Yankees owner Jacob Ruppert. The copy once owned by Red Sox owner Harry Frazee last sold for $996,000 in 2005. "This is the 'Curse of the Bambino,'" Evans said. "It transcends everything. It changed America." In the early 1990s, Evans said he visited the home of famed collector Barry Halper and saw a binder labeled "Ruth." In it, Evans said, were



And That Happened: Monday’s Scores and Highlights

Tue, 23 May 2017 10:57:49 GMT

Twins 14, Orioles 7: Baltimore jumped out to a 5-0 lead and led 6-2 after four but then the Twins started bashing. Actually, it wasn’t so much bashing as the ten runs they scored between the fifth and sixth innings all came without the benefit of a homer. Yankees 4, Royals 2: Brett Gardner, Didi Gregorius and Chris Carter all went deep as the Yankees beat Jason Vargas.



Royals' Duffy looks to duplicate success vs. Yankees

Tue, 23 May 2017 06:29:07 GMT

Five days ago, Danny Duffy enjoyed tremendous success in shutting down the New York Yankees. A effective slider was a key element that day, and Duffy looks to replicate it Tuesday night when the Kansas City Royals continue a four-game series with the Yankees at Yankee Stadium. According to fangraphs, Duffy (3-3, 2.97 ERA) is throwing his slider a career-high 29.3 percent this season, up from 23.5 percent in the previous two seasons.



Chapman to begin throwing next week

Mon, 22 May 2017 23:40:46 GMT

New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman is expected to begin throwing next week after he went on the disabled list due to a shoulder injury, according to YES Network. Chapman hasn't pitched since May 12 and went on the disabled list two days later due to rotator cuff inflammation. He had been feeling shoulder discomfort for weeks before the Yankees placed him on the DL. Chapman was scheduled to meet with a team physician before Monday's game against the Kansas City Royals, but manager Joe Girardi did not have a definitive update when talking to the media. "Originally we said (Chapman) would not be throwing for two weeks," Girardi said, according to NJ.com's Randy Miller. "It's only been a week.



David Ortiz thinks the Yankees leaked his 2003 drug test results

Mon, 22 May 2017 16:59:09 GMT

David Ortiz was one of the hundred or so ballplayers who tested positive for PEDs during the 2003 survey testing which was designed to determine whether or not baseball’s drug problem was significant enough to warrant full-blown testing the following year.  His and everyone else’s name was supposed to remain confidential — indeed, the test results were supposed to be destroyed — but the government illegally seized them and, eventually, his, Alex Rodriguez and Sammy Sosa’s names were leaked. While most people have long moved on from those survey test results — and while Rob Manfred himself recently said that those results may not, in fact, establish that Ortiz took banned substances  — the story still sticks in Ortiz’s craw. The Yankees did it.



Game 43: Yankees vs. Royals, 7:05 p.m.

Tue, 23 May 2017 20:45:51 GMT

The New York Yankees (26-16) play Game 2 of a four-game series against the Kansas City Royals (18-26) on Tuesday at Yankee Stadium. Who's pitching for the Yankees: Jordan Montgomery (2-3, 4.81 ERA) took the loss against Kansas City last Thursday surrendering five runs on four hits while striking out four and walking three. He is looking for a bounce-back at home having lost his last two starts. The rookie has yet to pitch through the seventh inning so far this season.  Who's pitching for the Royals:  Danny Duffy (3-3, 2.97 ERA) dominated the Yanks in his last start allowing three hits and no runs while striking out ten and walking two in seven innings. The Royals ace has pitched through the seventh



Joe Girardi gently cleans off plate for umps two days after tirade

Tue, 23 May 2017 02:32:17 GMT

It came in the form of an umpire who made some calls Girardi didn’t particularly enjoy. Girardi didn’t respond too kindly, screaming at the man and kicking dirt on home plate. On Monday, Girardi got his shot at a happy ending.



Game 42: Yankees vs. Royals, 7:05 p.m.

Mon, 22 May 2017 21:17:51 GMT

The New York Yankees (25-16) begin a four-game series at home against the Kansas City Royals (18-25) on Monday at Yankee Stadium. Who's pitching for the Yankees: Michael Pineda (4-2, 3.42 ERA) beat the Royals in his last outing, giving up four runs (three earned) and six hits in six innings in an 11-7 win. Pineda has pitched at least six innings in each of his last three outings and in five of his last seven. He is 3-1 with a 2.03 ERA in four starts at Yankee Stadium, while he is 1-1 with a 5.23 ERA in four road starts. Who's pitching for the Royals:  Jason Vargas (5-2, 2.03 ERA) gave up six runs and seven hits in four innings in his last start against the Yankees last Tuesday. He went 2-0 with



Aaron Judge Rooting Section In Yankee Stadium An Immediate Hit

Tue, 23 May 2017 11:55:00 GMT

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The verdict is in: Rookie slugger Aaron Judge is getting his own rooting section at Yankee Stadium. Now in session, The Judge’s Chambers. Framed by faux wood paneling, covering three rows and fashioned to fit 18 fans wearing black judicial robes with the Yankees’ logo on the front and his No. 99 on the back, this court opened on Monday night. New York hosting Kansas City was first on the docket. Looking like a jury box, ballpark style, with proper lettering at the back of Section 104, just behind where he plays right field. Judge leads the majors with 15 home runs, most of them hit very far and very hard. Huge at 6-foot-7, he was humbled when the team approached him