About two hours prior to Giancarlo Stanton's first game against the Marlins, the slugger descended the three steps of the visiting dugout at George M. Steinbrenner Field, warmly embracing his former manager while creating a jarring visual.
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Miguel Andujar and Estevan Florial were two of the Yankees' most exciting prospects this spring, and despite high hopes for their respective futures, the touted duo departed big league camp prior to Sunday's game against the Marlins at George M. Steinbrenner Field.
One year after joining elite company in the American League Cy Young Award race, Luis Severino has been tabbed to start the Yankees' season opener on March 29 against the Blue Jays, manager Aaron Boone announced on Saturday.
Tyler Wade said that he feels "like a different player" than the reserve who spent most of his big league time anchored to the bench last season, while manager Aaron Boone raves that he has proven to be "a better player than I thought" over the course of camp.
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Every Spring Training, prospects get a chance to show what they can do as they prepare for the upcoming season. Some compete for jobs in big league camp, while others vie for spots on Minor League affiliates. MLB Pipeline will visit all 30 camps this spring, and today we check in on the Yankees.
Who do the Yankees have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for New York's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
As part of MLB Pipeline's visit to all 30 Spring Training facilities, we're sitting down with prospects and getting to know them a little better. At Yankees camp, it was New York's No. 17 prospect, Cody Carroll.
Camera shutter clicks have accompanied every on-field batting practice session for Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton this spring, creating moments during which Gary Sanchez has been permitted to go about his business quietly, a luxury that the Yankees catcher will never complain about.
Chance Adams' excellent 2017 performance did not carry over into big league camp this spring, and though the right-hander was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Thursday morning, the Yankees' hopes for the touted right-hander have not dimmed.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Yankees' depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
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Jack Flaherty looked to be in midseason form as he cruised through a dominant start in the Cardinals 1-0 loss to the Orioles on Thursday afternoon. Flaherty fired five innings of one-run ball, giving up just three hits while striking out eight.
It has been about a month since the first installment of "Must See BP," with Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton mashing baseballs in the same batting practice group. Meanwhile, the rest of the Yankees' roster is taking shape for the March 29 season opener against the Blue Jays.
Adam Lind, who signed with the Yankees on March 2, was released Wednesday morning, before the Yankees lost to the Orioles, 7-4.
The Yankees are sending Gleyber Torres down for more seasoning, believing that their top prospect needs to log more plate appearances in order to prepare for a potential call to the Bronx.
The Yankees will attempt to fulfill their objective under rookie manager Aaron Boone, who has taken over the reins despite no prior managing or coaching experience at any level.
Had this Grapefruit League matchup between CC Sabathia and Miguel Cabrera taken place 10 or 15 years earlier, sequences would never have been part of the equation. At that time, the big left-hander probably would rear back and fire his best fastball or slider over the plate, a dare with seams.
Reggie Jackson underwent successful right knee surgery after the Hall of Famer slipped while walking on Tuesday morning.
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Neil Walker is returning to New York. The veteran second baseman signed a one-year contract with the Yankees, the club announced Monday.
Gleyber Torres' swing has exhibited some signs of rust following a nine-month layoff from game action, but the Yankees are confident that their top prospect is on the right track.
After more than 50 years in professional baseball, Yankees broadcaster Ken Singleton announced on Monday that 2018 will be his last year behind the microphone.
Yankees prospect Tyler Austin was among top performers on Monday.
Yankees broadcasts will have a different feel next year, as YES broadcaster and former Major Leaguer Ken Singleton announced in a tweet on Monday that the 2018 season will be his final campaign behind a microphone.
It took 16 games, but Aaron Judge finally launched his first home run of the 2018 Grapefruit League season, and it came with former Yankee great and current Marlins co-owner Derek Jeter in attendance.
Jordan Montgomery did not have the kind of outing Sunday he would have liked after being told two days earlier that he was the leading candidate to be the Yankees' fifth starter this season.
During their brief time as teammates, Aaron Judge has found occasion to marvel at Giancarlo Stanton's meticulous routines in the batting cage and the weight room, noting that the slugger seems to be a "quiet guy" who has quickly fit into the Yankees' clubhouse mix.
Brett Gardner believes that his career path proves that young athletes can achieve their dreams without artificial assistance, which is part of the reason why the Yankees' outfielder is proud of his ongoing relationship with the Taylor Hooton Foundation.
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Sonny Gray and Gary Sanchez have made it a priority to work together as frequently as possible this spring, which is helping them improve their communication for the regular season.
Luis Severino emerged as one of the American League's top starters in 2017 in his first full big league season, and the Yankees sense that the right-hander has an appetite to build upon that success in 2018.