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  • CC deserves better, takes tough loss in Detroit
    On a night when the wind was gusting out to left field at Comerica Park, Alfredo Simon and CC Sabathia put on a pitchers' duel for most of Monday's series opener between the Tigers and Yankees. Mark Teixeira's home run to right field stood as the lone scoring until back-to-back RBI singles from J.D. Martinez and Yoenis Cespedes swung the game to Detroit in the seventh inning for a 2-1 Tigers victory.

  • CC shows stuff in CG, but outcome points wrong way
    CC Sabathia on Monday night put together his best start of the season in terms of stuff, he said, and his final pitching line. But Sabathia's first complete game since July 9, 2013, wasn't enough as the Yankees lost, 2-1.

  • Rivera, Torre entertain in Connecticut
    "Mo & Joe." It sounds like the name of a buddy-cop flick, maybe a staged comedy routine lacking a third stooge. Monday night at Southern Connecticut State University, though, those were the nicknames of the headliners at "An Evening of Conversation With Mo & Joe" -- Mariano Rivera and Joe Torre.

  • Yanks outfielders go extra mile to rob extra bases
    Victor Martinez led off the fifth inning Monday night with a deep fly ball into the gap in right-center field -- a drive that looked like an obvious extra-base hit for the Tigers' designated hitter. Even Jacoby Ellsbury thought so. "But, you know, I always go for everything like I can catch it," Ellsbury said.

  • Seeking first win with Yanks, Eovaldi deals to Tigers
    The Yankees and Tigers will continue their four-game series at Comerica Park on Tuesday, with right-hander Nathan Eovaldi set to square off against lefty Kyle Lobstein.

  • Yanks must wait before paths cross with Greene
    When the Yankees sent Shane Greene to Detroit in December as part of a three-team deal that netted them shortstop Didi Gregorius, they knew they were parting ways with a talented young starting pitcher. But it would have been impossible to predict Greene would get off to this kind of start for his new team.

  • Beltran returns, but red-hot A-Rod stays at No. 3
    Carlos Beltran returned to the Yankees' starting lineup for Monday's series opener against the Tigers at Comerica Park, but not to the No. 3 spot in the order. Yankees manager Joe Girardi slotted Beltran fifth, and kept designated hitter Alex Rodriguez in the third spot.

  • Tanaka lines up for Detroit finale as Yanks stay course
    After considering using a spot starter at some point in this week's series against the Tigers, the Yankees opted to keep their starting rotation intact for at least one more turn. The decision sets up right-hander Masahiro Tanaka to start Thursday's series finale at Comerica Park, his first outing of the season on four days' rest.

  • Pineda helps Yankees finish sweep of Rays
    Chase Headley and Mark Teixeira each drove in a pair of runs to support another solid effort from Michael Pineda, helping the Yankees complete a series sweep of the Rays with a 5-3 victory on Sunday at Tropicana Field.

  • Miller rising to stage in save situations
    There was no crash course given on how to handle the pressures of the ninth inning, but since Andrew Miller seems to be handling the adjustment just fine, there is no reason for the Yankees to tinker with the formula.

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