New York Yankees

4th AL East | 80-76
  • Batting Avg
    .252 AVG
  • Runs
    654 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    4.19 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    206 HR
  • Corey Kluber exits Monday’s start with groin tightness
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    Corey Kluber exits Monday’s start with groin tightness

    Indians ace Corey Kluber lasted only four innings in Monday night’s start against the Tigers, exiting with tightness in his right groin, Paul Hoynes of Cleveland.com reports. Kluber had allowed two runs on five hits and a walk with three strikeouts. Both runs scored in the bottom of the second inning on a J.D. Martinez two-run home run. More should be known on Kluber’s status after the game. With a week left in the regular season, the Indians are hobbling to the finish line. Carlos Carrasco and Danny Salazar were injured earlier this month, forcing the club to get creative with its starting rotation. The Indians are leading the Tigers 5-3 as of this writing. If they win, they will clinch the

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    Yanks score, but can't end losing streak

    The Yankees rallied for two runs in the top of the ninth to take a one-run lead, but Toronto came back with two in the bottom of the inning for a 4-3 win Sunday in Canada. Read the full AP recap on SNY.tv... The Yankees avoided being shut out for the fourth game in a row when Didi Gregorius homered in the top of the seventh to tie the score at 1. After Jose Bautista's RBI single in the eighth gave Toronto a 2-1 lead, the Yankees offense came to life in the ninth. Mark Teixeira and Billy Butler led off with singles, and both were replaced by pinch runners. Chase Headley moved the runners up. Mason Williams tied it with a single and Ronald Torreyes hit a sac fly to give the Yanks the lead. The

  • WATCH: Yankees, Blue Jays involved in benches-clearing brawl after trading HBPs
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    WATCH: Yankees, Blue Jays involved in benches-clearing brawl after trading HBPs

    Monday night in Toronto, the Yankees and Blue Jays are wrapping up their season series with the fourth game of a four-game series. The Blue Jays are 12-6 against their division rivals from New York this year, and they've won the first three games of this weekend's series as well. Things got a little heated Monday night between the two AL East rivals. It started with a first inning hit-by-pitch; Luis Severino ran a fastball inside and plunked Josh Donaldson in the elbow guard. Severino, who has struggled with his location all year, walked two batters later in the inning as well. Blue Jays lefty J.A. Happ responded in the next half inning by hitting Chase Headley in the leg. He threw his first