1. Camp Sights: Concerns for the Yankees This Spring

    TAMPA – One of the standard spring training questions is how much competition exists for a team's roster spots...

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  2. Take a Tour of Jeter's Super-Expensive Former New York Townhouse

    You want a glimpse inside the life of notoriously private former Yankees captain Derek Jeter? Check out the video above: The Post reported Jeter left his townhouse in Manhattan's West Village and posted photos of the amazing digs he left behind...

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  3. Carlos Beltran Will Play Through the Pain, or He'll Leave the Yankees Hurting

    TAMPA, Fla. -- If it's possible for a team to miss a player it has never really had, that's how the Yankees feel about Carlos Beltran...

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  4. Beltran Ready to Reclaim Role as Yanks' Right Fielder

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  5. Brian Cashman Says Derek Jeter Should Be Last Yankees Captain

    Derek Jeter was the longest tenured captain in the storied history of the Yankees . Brian Cashman thinks he should also be the last...

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  6. Ex-Yankee Duncan Gets Stolen World Series Rings Back for 2nd Time

    The rings are important because they remind Mariano Duncan of how far he has come and how much he has accomplished since his hardscrabble childhood in San Pedro de Macoris, the Dominican ...

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  7. Is Yankees' 2015 Rotation a Total Trainwreck in the Making?

    The New York Yankees are pitching toward disaster. Get it? Because "pitching" means "to fall forward or headlong," but also because...never mind. You get it. It's going to be a long, sordid season in the Bronx...

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  8. A-Rod Singles in First Spring Training at-Bat

    TAMPA, Fla. -- It took nearly 18 months for Alex Rodriguez to get back on a baseball field -- and just one at-bat to get back into the swing of things with a single his first time ...

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  9. Culver Throws out Ruf at First

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  10. Alex Rodriguez's Return to Field Signals Time to Judge Ability, Not Past

    At long last, we have an excuse to stop talking about Alex Rodriguez the lightning rod and to start talking about Alex Rodriguez the baseball player. In our defense, there hasn't been much else to talk about in the last two years...

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  11. Alex Rodriguez Makes Spring Training Debut: Key Takeaways from Yankee's at-Bats

    Love him or hate him, Yankees infielder Alex Rodriguez is back in spring training , per Paul White of USA Today Sports, and he's looking to defeat expectations and make an impact on an aging roster in New York...

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  12. Alex Rodriguez vs. Phillies: Stats, Highlights, Reaction from Spring Training

    Alex Rodriguez 's long-awaited, much-anticipated 2015 debut for the New York Yankees happened on Wednesday at George Steinbrenner Field in a spring training game against the Philadelphia Phillies ...

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  13. He's Back! A-Rod Singles in 1st AB Since 2013

    Alex Rodriguez singles to left in his first at-bat since Sept. 25, 2013. Catch all his at-bats live on SportsCenter...

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  14. New York Yankees: What to Expect from Top Prospect Luis Severino in 2015

    Stop me if you've heard this one before: The New York Yankees ' work in the international free-agent pool netted them another top prospect. The system has seen this before—recently, in fact...

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  15. A-Rod Says He'll Be 'A Little Nervous' in Return

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Alex Rodriguez predicts he'll be "a little nervous" when he returns to the field Wednesday for his first game in 17 months following a season-long drug suspension...

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  16. Yankees Top C Prospect Needs Season-Ending Surgery

    Catching prospect Luis Torrens has a torn labrum in his right shoulder and will have season-ending surgery Wednesday. Dr. David Altchek of the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York will perform the operation...

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  17. Judge's Game-Tying Homer

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  18. Yankees' Aaron Judge Crushes Three-Run Homer in 9th to Tie Spring Opener

    CLEARWATER, Fla. -- The Yankees and Phillies played their first spring training game Tuesday, finishing the game tied at five after nine innings. That, on its own, doesn't really matter...

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  19. Luis Severino, Aaron Judge Show the Goods in Yankees' Spring Training Opener

    CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Last year, it was Dellin Betances playing the part of the highly-touted rookie pitcher, coming into a high-leverage situation -- or, about as high it gets in spring training -- and striking out Jose Bautista with the bases loaded...

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  20. Highlight: Judge's HR Salvages Tie vs. PHI

    Yankees play to a tie in their Grapefruit League opener, thanks to a huge three-run homer by Aaron Judge...

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  21. Masahiro Believes Poor Mechanics Were What Led to His Bum Elbow

    Jeff Passan — who is writing a book about Tommy John surgery, so it is of special interest to him — has a story today about Masahiro Tanaka.....

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  22. Projecting the New York Yankees Final 25-Man Roster at the Start of Spring Games

    The Yankees will take the field March 3 for the first spring game of their 2015 season. The team is hoping to rebound from a disappointing 2014 season which saw it finish second in the AL East by a whopping 12 games...

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  23. Bigger Issue for Yanks: A-Rod or Finding a Closer?

    If you didn't know better, you might think there is only one player in Yankee camp this spring. Well, I am here to tell you that's just not the case...

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  24. With Derek Jeter Gone, Yankees' Boom-or-Bust Roster Could Face Turbulence

    TAMPA, Fla. — Routinely in the early days this spring, the Yankees haven't started workouts until late morning. Nobody begins their workdays this late in the spring, ever...

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  25. Didi Gregorius Ready for Challenge of Reaching Potential, Taking on N.Y.

    After Derek Jeter ’s retirement, one of the biggest questions heading into Major League Baseball’s offseason was how the New York Yankees would replace The Captain at shortstop...

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