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2018 Schedule
97-60, 2nd in AL East
McCutchen vs. Turf Monster - told by Cutch (1:19)

Sanchez, Severino rebound ahead of playoffs, Yanks top Rays

Struggling Gary Sanchez drove in four runs for the first time since early April, Luis Severino won his 19th game and the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 9-2 on Tuesday night to keep up their push for home-field advantage in the AL wild-card...

Teammates troll McCutchen after he trips in left field (0:19)
Sanchez crushes 3-run homer in 3rd inning (0:28)
Hechavarria lines solo homer to left (0:20)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Didi Gregorius indeed took a few ground balls (without making throws) as the Yankees were coming out for batting practice.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Boone says the MRI revealed no strain in Aaron Hicks' left hamstring. There's some tightness, but the Yankees believe the news they got was good. Hicks is day-to-day. "We do feel like we dodged a bullet."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Didi Gregorius will visit doctors Wednesday morning for the re-evaluation of his wrist. He's planning to take grounders during batting practice today, but he won't be making any throws. He says the wrist continues feeling better.

On this date: Jeter walks off in final game at Yankee Stadium (1:35)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Hicks says his left hamstring has been a little tight the past couple days, but he's been figuring out a way to play with it. He wanted to stay in tonight, but when coaches saw him stretching it in the field, they took him out. "Expect to be in the lineup in the next two days," Hicks said.


Aaron Hicks hurts hamstring as Yankees beat Rays 4-1

Aaron Hicks injured his left hamstring running up the first-base line in the Yankees' 4-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night, another concern for New York heading into next week's AL wild-card game.

Gardner makes incredible catch at warning track (0:24)
McCutchen belts solo shot (0:23)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees center fielder Aaron Hicks left Monday's game with a tight left hamstring. He was removed in the fourth inning, replaced by Brett Gardner. The previous inning, Hicks appeared to come up limping as he crossed first base, beating out a double play attempt. His injury comes as the Yankees are already monitoring Didi Gregorius' wrist injury, received on Hicks' game-winning, playoff-clinching hit last Saturday.

BBTN crew analyzes severity of Gregorius injury (1:08)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The main lights just went out inside Tropicana Field. (The scoreboards did stay on) There's a ferocious thunderstorm going on outside. Some serious thunder can be heard.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Didi Gregorius is feeling much better today than he even was yesterday. So, based on how he's feeling now, does that mean he thinks he'll be back before the end of the regular season? "Yes. Before the end of the season."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

With Didi Gregorius out, the Yankees have one left-handed bat (switch hitter Aaron Hicks') in the lineup today at Tampa Bay:

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Looks like the Yankees will be bullpenning the bullpeners tonight at Tampa Bay. Right-handed reliever Jonathan Holder (1-3, 2.97 ERA) will be opening things against the Rays.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24815th
On Base Percentage.3298th
Slugging Percentage.4482nd
Earned Run Average3.746th
Quality Starts865th