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7/28/2015 | Nova expects to make scheduled start

One day after experiencing fatigue in his pitching arm that limited him to 75 pitches against the Rangers, Yankees righty Ivan Nova said that his fears were calmed by talking to a few pitchers who could relate to what he is going through.

7/28/2015 | Girardi chalks up Tex outburst to 'intensity'

The Yankees have spoken often about the positive chemistry in their clubhouse this season, and manager Joe Girardi said that he does not believe that will be affected by Mark Teixeira's on-field outburst in Monday's 6-2 victory over the Rangers.

7/28/2015 | Arm fatigue limits Nova to 75 pitches

Ivan Nova was pulled after 75 pitches against the Rangers on Monday due to what Yankees manager Joe Girardi described as "arm fatigue," which the right-hander said that he believes is part of the process in coming back from Tommy John surgery.

7/28/2015 | Tex heated after mistake by third-base coach

Mark Teixeira's temper flared in full view of the cameras on Monday, as the Yankees first baseman said he heard third-base coach Joe Espada tell him to go "easy, easy" before being thrown out at home plate on a Chase Headley single to center field in the eighth inning.

7/28/2015 | Perez set for first home start since return

Rangers left-hander Martin Perez will make his first start in Arlington since May 10, 2014, when the Rangers host the Yankees on Tuesday.

7/27/2015 | A-Rod in a much better place at 40 years old

Alex Rodriguez said that he does not remember where or how he celebrated his 39th birthday a year ago, but he knows for certain that he was not cutting the cake in a big league clubhouse. For that reason alone, 40 already feels great for the Yankees' designated hitter.

7/27/2015 | A-Rod 4th to homer in teens and 40s

Alex Rodriguez celebrated his 40th birthday by doing what he has done more than all but three players in the game's history: hitting a home run.

7/27/2015 | Ellsbury appears day after crashing into wall

Jacoby Ellsbury was not in the Yankees' starting lineup on Monday, one day after he jammed his right shoulder crashing into an outfield wall while making a terrific catch, but he said that it was just a scheduled day off and he entered in the bottom of the eighth as a defensive replacement for Carlos Beltran. New York won the game, 6-2.

7/27/2015 | Yankees want Hamels, but top prospects off limits

The Yankees have inquired about the availability of Phillies left-hander Cole Hamels, but they are unwilling to part with several of the organization's top prospects, according to multiple reports.

7/26/2015 | Improved splitter has Eovaldi in peak form

The most valuable addition to Nathan Eovaldi's arsenal received some needed tweaks last month, as the right-hander fiddled with his grip and tried to add some diving action to a splitter that seemed to be behaving more like a knuckleball.

7/26/2015 | Warren an option for Tuesday start in Texas

Adam Warren threw 29 pitches in Saturday's 8-5 victory over the Twins, but that does not necessarily preclude him from starting Tuesday's game against the Rangers, Yankees manager Joe Girardi said.

7/26/2015 | A-Rod credits Girardi as integral to resurgence

The schedule dictates that Alex Rodriguez will celebrate his 40th birthday in Arlington, Texas, a place that holds some significance as one of his former big league haunts. Yet no matter where the Yankees slugger travels this year, he believes that he is in a good place.

7/26/2015 | Harrison, Nova meet in Rangers-Yankees opener

Two pitchers making significant progress in their return from major surgery will be facing each other when left-hander Matt Harrison pitches for the Rangers against right-hander Ivan Nova for the Yankees on Monday in Arlington.

7/26/2015 | Gibson can answer Yanks' statement in finale

The Twins looked poised for a second victory over the Yankees in as many nights on Saturday, holding a five-run lead entering the seventh inning, but the Yankees clawed their way back, thanks in large part to Alex Rodriguez, whose third homer of the night was one of two hit off Twins closer Glen Perkins in the ninth inning. On Sunday at 1:10 p.m. CT, the two clubs -- both currently in line to reach the postseason -- will face off in the rubber match at Target Field, where the Yankees have historically played well. New York is 72-36 against the Twins since 2000 and will send Nathan Eovaldi to the mound looking to take the series.

7/26/2015 | Murphy's first HR caps Yanks' wild comeback

It could have been the Yankees' most unlikely victory of the season, and manager Joe Girardi believes that it could be remembered as one of their best.

7/25/2015 | No stopping A-Rod as Yanks stun Twins late

Alex Rodriguez hit three home runs, including a game-tying drive in the ninth inning, and John Ryan Murphy crushed a go-ahead three-run homer off Glen Perkins as the Yankees rallied from behind for an 8-5 victory over the Twins on Saturday at Target Field.

7/25/2015 | A-Rod's third HR of night sparks Yanks' rally

Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez recorded the fifth three-homer game of his career in Saturday night's 8-5 win over the Twins in Minnesota, reaching the milestone in dramatic fashion with a game-tying drive in the ninth inning off Twins closer Glen Perkins.

7/25/2015 | Goody joins Yanks to provide bullpen depth

Nick Goody was in camp with the Yankees this past spring, so the right-handed rookie was able to identify plenty of familiar faces when he walked into a big league clubhouse for the first time on Saturday afternoon at Target Field.

7/25/2015 | Yanks' rest plan for Tanaka leaves Tuesday void

The Yankees will identify a sixth starter to face the Rangers on Tuesday in Arlington, which will afford Masahiro Tanaka an extra day of rest as the organization continues to handle the right-hander carefully.

7/25/2015 | Pineda falters as Yanks eye trade market

With the Trade Deadline approaching and available pitching being actively shopped in the marketplace, Yankees starter Michael Pineda offered the kind of outing that could provide GM Brian Cashman with some food for thought, allowing five runs in a 10-1 loss to the Twins on Friday night.

7/24/2015 | Yanks prospect Severino handling Triple-A

The Yankees have not announced their rotation after this weekend's series in Minnesota, and the team has discussed the possibility of adding a spot starter when the team begins a four-game series against the Rangers.

7/24/2015 | Twins pop 4 HRs as Hughes stifles Yanks

Phil Hughes pitched seven strong innings to best his former club while Miguel Sano paced a four-homer barrage, helping the Twins defeat the Yankees, 10-1, on Friday evening in the opener of a three-game series at Target Field.

7/24/2015 | CC finding form entering matchup with Twins

CC Sabathia has experienced his fair share of ups and downs for the Yankees this year, but the veteran lefty has given up just three runs in his past two starts. On Saturday, he will face another southpaw, the Twins' Tommy Milone, who was chased from his last start after just 2 2/3 innings but had thrown six consecutive quality starts prior to that.

7/24/2015 | First crack: Ellsbury, Gardner set the pace

The Yankees believed that Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Gardner would form a formidable duo atop their lineup, but they have been thrilled by how well that tandem has performed this season, helping the team score more first-inning runs than anyone.

7/23/2015 | Steady work has Ellsbury back in top form

Jacoby Ellsbury has been back with the Yankees for weeks, but Ellsbury the All-Star, the game changer, hadn't quite returned until Thursday's 9-3 win over the Orioles. As he worked his way back into the everyday routine of playing center field and batting leadoff, he hadn't looked quite comfortable.

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