1. McCann, Drew dingers lead onslaught behind Tanaka

    Masahiro Tanaka produced his second scoreless appearance of the spring and Brian McCann accounted for one of the two home runs James Russell surrendered as the Yankees claimed a 12-5 win over the Braves at Champion Stadium on Wednesday night...

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  2. Tanaka Strikes out Three, Shows No Signs of Arm Trouble in 2nd Spring Start

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  3. Scout on Sabathia's 1st Start: He Threw Better, Harder Than I've Seen in 3 Years

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  4. McCann's Two-Run Jack

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  5. MLB Scout Liked What He Saw from CC's Spring Debut

    A scout who saw CC Sabathia last night says: "He threw better, & harder, than I've seen him throw in 3 years...

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  6. Jeter Needs 'To Get Away from (baseball)'

    TOKYO -- Former major league teammates Derek Jeter and Hideki Matsui will play a charity baseball game to support survivors of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan -- and Jeter hinted he may own a team someday...

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  7. New York Yankees: The Starting Rotation Needs Cole Hamels in 2015

    The New York Yankees ' starting rotation troubles me. Not to the point where I lie awake thinking about it at night, but close enough I guess...

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  8. Finally Back on Mound, This Reliever Seeks Spot in Yankees Pen

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  9. Nathan Eovaldi, Michael Pineda Ready to Be Young 2015 Breakout Duo?

    There's been plenty of hand-wringing about the New York Yankees ' starting five, including by yours truly , and it's (mostly) justified...

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  10. CC Pleased with Command, Velocity in First Start

    TAMPA, Fla. -- It was only Spring Training, but CC Sabathia was as nervous as he can remember. Warming up in the bullpen before his first start since May 10, the former Cy Young winner was eager to get back on the mound and the jitters began to set in...

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  11. CC Sabathia's Shaky Spring Debut Brings Back 2014 Questions

    And now for something we all ought to be used to by now: A discussion about whether veteran New York Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia is good at pitching baseballs anymore, which will inevitably skew toward an "I'm not so sure, man" conclusion...

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  12. Yankees' Ellsbury Sidelined by Mild Abdominal Strain

    New York Yankees center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury was scratched from Tuesday's contest against the Toronto Blue Jays due to a mild abdominal strain that will sideline him for at least a few days...

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  13. Bird Is the Word: How A-Rod Has Influenced Yankees' Top Hitting Prospect

    TAMPA, Fla. -- The first baseman described by none other than Brian Cashman as the best hitter in the New York Yankees ' organization was just a student. Greg Bird was at Single-A Charleston listening as intently as possible to the guest lecturer...

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  14. 'Vitally Important' Sabathia on Display Tuesday Night

    TAMPA, Fla. -- Short of stumbling off the mound while clutching his right knee in agony, there is little that CC Sabathia can show the New York Yankees in his first spring start Tuesday night that will show how he'll do in 2015...

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  15. Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for the New York Yankees Offense in 2015

    The New York Yankees offense is an interesting bunch. The group features immense levels of talent, but question marks pop up throughout the lineup in the form of injury and production concerns...

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  16. Can Pineda Be Yanks Ace?

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  17. Q Dellin Betances

    TAMPA, Fla. -- Dellin Betances is really turning into one of the great Yankee stories. He grew up in Manhattan, even attended David Wells' perfect game, and now after his All-Star rookie season is likely to be the team's closer...

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  18. Notes: Judge Sent Down to Minor League Camp

    TAMPA, Fla. -- On the first day of cuts, no one wants to end up in the manager's office with the door closed. But there was top prospect Aaron Judge being told by Joe Girardi he was being sent down to minor league camp...

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  19. Dave Winfield's 3 Pieces of Advice for Yankees' Mammoth Prospect

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  20. Nathan Eovaldi Impresses with Four Shutout Innings in Win over Phillies

    TAMPA — Transition period? What transition period? Nathan Eovaldi's stellar spring continued Sunday at Steinbrenner Field as the righthander blanked the Phillies over four innings in a 3-2 Yankees win...

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  21. Can Networks Ignore Alex Rodriguez If He Shines for the Yankees?

    Rob Manfred thinks baseball must do a better job marketing its young stars, guys such as Giancarlo Stanton, Matt Harvey, Mike Trout, Clayton Kershaw, Bryce Harper and others...

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  22. Pineda Holds Tigers Hitless in Yankees' Win

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  23. A-Rod: I'm Slow Now, and I Can't Get Any Faster

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  24. Pineda Feeling Comfortable on Mound, in Clubhouse

    TAMPA, Fla. -- Looking at Michael Pineda this spring, the Yankees see an improved pitcher on the mound -- more consistent, better changeup, strong command...

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  25. Sabathia to Make 1st Start Since Knee Surgery

    CC Sabathia is just days away from making his first start in more than 10 months. Sabathia, who hasn't pitched in a game since undergoing season-ending knee surgery last May, will ...

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