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76-46, 2nd in AL East

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The Yankees' Miguel Andujar now has 36 doubles this season and is on pace to finish with 47. The American League record for rookies is 47 — set by Boston's Fred Lynn, who won the AL MVP award as a rookie in 1975. The overall big-league mark for rookies is 52, set by Johnny Frederick of the Brooklyn Robins in 1929.

Walker connects on big 3-run homer (0:20)
Stanton belts 431-foot homer (0:36)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Gary Sánchez's (groin) rehab continues, and today, he's back in the cage.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Boone says Aaron Judge played catch today and could be in a position to take dry swings this afternoon depending upon how he's feeling after earlier work. Also, Gary Sánchez will head to Tampa on Sunday as he continues his recovery, and will have a rehab start soon thereafter. Sánchez likely will play in a lot of rehab games before he gets back to the big-league roster, Boone said. He didn't want to put a new timeline on when we might see Judge.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Boone on watching other teams in the division at this point in the season: "I pay attention to the sport. I know what's going on. But I'm not thinking about what other teams are ahead, behind. That's just frankly a waste of time. It's, we've got to get after the Blue Jays. That is my focus. That is our teams' focus."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Boone and Giancarlo Stanton weren't happy Stanton's eighth-inning hit off the yellow stripe on the wall in right was ruled a double. Originally, umpires called it a homer before video replay confirmed it hadn't left the ballpark. They had Stanton go to second base.

AP Photo/Michael Dwyer
2dColey Harvey

Judge's recess frustrating to Yankees slugger

Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge said Thursday that he hates still being away from the field and out of the lineup while his injured wrist continues to heal.

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BBTN: Acuna Plunked, Acquisition Targets, Langs, Kay

Buster & Dave Schoenfield discuss Ronald Acuna getting beaned, potential waiver deals and much more (:56). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (24:32), Andrew McCutchen's humor (28:45), and Michael Kay with some "Inside Heat" on the Yankees (30:41).

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Gleyber Torres is back in the Yankees' lineup today (along with Kyle Higashioka), and Miguel Andújar is hitting up in the order: Hicks CF Stanton DH Andújar 3B Gregorius SS Torres 2B Walker RF Bird 1B Higashioka C Robinson LF Tanaka SP

William Weinbaum ESPN 

70 years ago Thu., Babe Ruth died of cancer at 53. 83 years after he last played, the "Bambino" is 3rd in career homers (714) & walks (2062), 2nd in RBI (2213) & on-base % (.474) & 1st in slugging % (.690) & OPS (1.164). His pitching ledger was 94-46, with a 2.28 ERA.

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Rays shut down Yankees for 6-1 victory

Mallex Smith hit a two-run homer, rookie Brandon Lowe got his first two major league hits and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the New York Yankees 6-1 on Wednesday night.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

In addition to running bases and reading fly balls and grounders in right field, Aaron Judge took some swings, without a bat, underwater today. Aaron Boone said Judge's wrist has shown "significant improvement over the last couple days ... today was a big step forward in what he's able to do."

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3dColey Harvey

Judge to be out longer than original 3 weeks

New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge has resumed some baseball activities but is not yet swinging a bat and won't be ready to return from a chip fracture in his right wrist within the expected three-week time frame.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Ronald Torreyes gets the start at second base tonight for the Yankees: Gardner LF Stanton DH Hicks CF Gregorius SS Andújar 3B Bird 1B Walker RF Romine C Torreyes 2B Cessa SP

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the two specks in right field is Aaron Judge. After doing some base running, he was just tracking a flew fly balls and ground balls before tonight's game. Also threw those he fielded to the nearby bucket.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

J.A. Happ was asked if he's been motivated by being involved in a playoff race since the trade: "It's motivating to pitch in Yankee Stadium; to be on this team, to be in a pennant race."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

J.A. Happ continues to impress in pinstripes, collecting his third win in as many starts since being traded to New York. His seven-inning one-hitter helped push the Yankees to Tuesday night's 4-1 win over the Rays. Miguel Andujar keeps crushing the ball, picking up two doubles, including one that led to a key insurance run. Aroldis Chapman: 31 saves.

AP Photo/Seth Wenig
4dColey Harvey

Sabathia says DL decision for knee was easy call

After trying to push through pain in his arthritic right knee a year ago, Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia said Tuesday he didn't want to make the same mistake this year and that's why he went on the 10-day disabled list Monday.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Gary Sánchez says he hasn't really felt pain from his groin injury since the week after he re-aggravated it on July 23. He still hasn't run with 100 percent effort on the field yet, nor has he hit on a field yet. While he says he's feeling good right now, he contends the real tests will come when he's actually in a game situations (i.e., having to beat out a ground ball).

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Of his DL stint, CC Sabathia says he told Aaron Boone he could've pushed through his next start, but he could tell he probably would've been down for the one that came after that. Feels this is good timing. The inflammation in his right knee really flared up in the past two starts, Sabathia said. Today, it feels better and the swelling is down. He'll likely play catch tomorrow.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.725th
Quality Starts669th
WHIP1.215th
BAA.2302nd
Runs6262nd
Batting Average.25211th
On Base Percentage.3295th
Slugging Percentage.4532nd