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2018 Schedule
100-62, 2nd in AL East
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1d

Yankees' Gregorius has Tommy John surgery

Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius has undergone Tommy John surgery on his right elbow and is expected to be out of action for much of next season.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Didi Gregorius' Tommy John surgery on his right elbow was completed this morning. According to the Yankees, it went "as expected." The surgery was performed by Dr. David Altchek at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The Yankees announced today that they made a $100,000 donation to support relief efforts following Hurricane Michael's destruction last week. Of the donation, $50,000 is going to the American Red Cross. Another $50,000 is going to the Salvation Army. "The devastation caused by Hurricane Michael in the Panhandle of Florida is overwhelming," Yankees general partner/vice chairperson Jennifer Steinbrenner Swindal said in a news release. "Floridians are resilient and strong, and we want to offer our assistance and support in this time of serious need. We extend our deepest sympathies to the great many lives that have been impacted by the storm."

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6dColey Harvey

Yanks' Boone: I was 'greedy' with pitching moves

With the benefit of hindsight, New York Yankees first-year manager Aaron Boone admitted Friday that he left starting pitcher Luis Severino in Monday's Game 3 of the American League Division Series too long.

7d

Hal Steinbrenner recaps the Yankees' season

Yankees principal owner and managing general partner, Hal Steinbrenner, talks with the guys about Aaron Boone's season, Luis Severino tipping pitchers, Didi Gregorius's injury and more.

Cashman details Gregorius' Tommy John surgery (0:57)
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7dColey Harvey

Yanks' Gregorius to have Tommy John surgery

Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius injured his elbow during the ALDS and will have Tommy John surgery. Manager Aaron Boone said he is optimistic Gregorius will be back at some point in the 2019 season.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yankees announce that Didi Gregorius will undergo Tommy John surgery next week on right elbow. Injured himself in Game 1 of the ALDS at Fenway Park.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees SS Didi Gregorius underwent an MRI on Thursday, and is undergoing Tommy John surgery at a to-be-determined time. Yankees believe he hurt it in one of the ALDS games in Boston. Aaron Boone is "optimistic he'll be back at some point during the season ... a realistic chance he plays the bulk of the season."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Boone has been quite reflective the past two days: "It's difficult ... You go numb. You think about so many different scenarios and some of the things you could have did ... You think about things guys did well. You reflect a lot on the season."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Impressive pitching stats for the Red Sox during the ALDS: Red Sox pitchers posted a 3.50 ERA and held the Yankees to a .214 AVG. In Games 3 and 4 at Yankee Stadium, BOS pitchers allowed a total of 4 runs on 10 hits (0 home runs). Matt Barnes, Ryan Brasier, Heath Hembree, and Joe Kelly combined to allow 0 runs in 9.2 IP, holding opposing hitters to 0 extra-base hits and a .067 AVG.

7d

Mark Teixeira on his Aaron Judge comments

Mark Teixeira joins the guys to explain his Aaron Judge-"New York, New York" comments. Plus, his thoughts on what the Yankees should do next and their use of analytics.

9d

BBTN: Cora, Boone Strategy, Champ. Series Previews

Buster talks to Dave Schoenfield (1:52) & Marly Rivera (26:36) about the varied managerial success for Alex Cora & Aaron Boone in the ALDS, an ALCS preview & more. Plus, Paul Hembekides dives into the numbers for an NLCS preview (35:23) and Bob Nightengale delivers an all-time troll job (:24).

Stephen A: Stanton, Yankees' pitching underperformed in ALDS (1:28)
Teixeira: Judge's trolling woke a sleeping giant (1:56)
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9dColey Harvey

Emotional Yankees pack up after 'tough' loss

Yankees players didn't expect their season to end Tuesday. After the loss to the Red Sox, the club reflected on 2018 and looked ahead to next season.

Sabathia on ump Angel Hernandez: 'He is absolutely terrible' (0:37)
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9d

Red Sox celebrate win with 'New York, New York'

After eliminating the Yankees in front of their home crowd, the Red Sox popped champagne bottles in the visitors locker room while blasting Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York."

Judge says season was a 'grind' for the Yanks (0:50)
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9d

Yanks' Sabathia rips 'terrible' ump Hernandez

Yankees starter CC Sabathia blasted plate umpire Angel Hernandez after Tuesday's loss. "It's amazing how he's getting jobs umpiring in these playoff games," Sabathia said.

Sabathia: 'Anytime the season ends it's disappointing' (1:16)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs8512nd
Batting Average.24916th
On Base Percentage.3298th
Slugging Percentage.4512nd
Earned Run Average3.7810th
Quality Starts87Tied-5th
WHIP1.246th
BAA.2377th