Yankees add to already huge lead

N.Y. added three more runs to the White Sox blowout in the 7th behind Stephen Drew's 2-run triple and Jacoby Ellsbury's RBI groundout. The Yanks lead 12-1 as they look to take the series. Follow live

Tex on a roll on the road

Mark Teixeira, who has reached base in 20 straight games, belted his 29th homer this season and 5th on the Yankees' 10-game road trip. The Yankees lead 9-0 against the White Sox. Follow live

Bombers break game open

Didi Gregorius and Brett Gardner each hit 2-run singles as a part of a five-run fourth inning to give the Yankees a 6-0 lead against the White Sox. Jeff Samardzija has allowed all six runs on seven hits. Follow live

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16hWallace Matthews

Yankees pitching remains a huge gamble

In the words of George Steinbrenner III, New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman better be right about gambling on young pitchers.

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Final: White Sox 8, Yankees 2

Melky Cabrera hit a 3-run HR as part of a 4-run 5th, and Alexei Ramirez added a solo shot as Chicago cruised in the 2nd game of their weekend series. Box Score

Melky's blast extends White Sox's lead

Melky Cabrera hit a 3-run blast off reliever Diego Moreno in the 5th to extend Chicago's edge over the Yankees to 6-1. Meanwhile, John Danks has already tied a season-high with 8 K's through just 5 innings. Follow live

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21hWallace Matthews

Severino to make Yankees debut Wed. vs. Red Sox

Luis Severino, the 21-year-old right-hander considered untouchable by the Yankees' front office, will make his first big league start against the Red Sox on Wednesday at Yankee Stadium.


No home run for you

Avisail Garcia robbed Didi Gregorius of a 3-run HR in the 3rd, although a run did score on a play. The White Sox lead the Yankees 2-1 in the 4th. Follow live

White Sox jump out on Yankees

Chicago has put up single runs in the first 2 innings, including an Alexei Ramirez solo shot in the 2nd for a 2-0 lead. John Danks already has 4 K's through 2 for the White Sox. Follow live

Yankees don't live up to flashy history

The Yankees should be fine, so it's hard to call them losers at the deadline, even after Michael Pineda's injury. Still, Michael Baumann found it strange to see the Royals and Blue Jays dealing while New York stood pat. Grantland: Deadline winners, losers

Quiet trade deadline for Yankees

New York made an effort in the Aroldis Chapman and Craig Kimbrel markets. The Yankees stood pat so it wasn't the worst decision in the world, but far from the best. ESPN Insider Dan Szymborski ranks the Yankees 19th on his list. Trade deadline rankings (Insider)

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Crasnick: Players who could get traded in August

Baseball's July 31 non-waiver trade deadline is behind us, but there still could be more moves coming in August. Jerry Crasnick identifies players who could change teams this month.

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Mark Teixeira has 41st multi-HR game

And with it, he passed Chipper Jones for the 2nd all-time as a switch-hitter. Only Mickey Mantle, with 46, has more. Teixeira homered from both sides of the plate for the 14th time in his career, passing Nick Swisher for the most such games in MLB history, according to Elias.

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2dWallace Matthews

Quiet day but noisy night for the Yankees

Brian Cashman looked like a visionary when his Yankees clobbered the White Sox after he essentially stood pat at the trade deadline.

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2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2597th
On Base Percentage.3284th
Slugging Percentage.4373rd
Earned Run Average4.0321st
Quality Starts4227th


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