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  • Taking time integral to Severino's improvement
    As Luis Severino prepares to take the ball on Tuesday against the Orioles in Baltimore, tasked with snapping the Yankees' five-game losing streak, the right-hander believes that better management of his mound tempo will be the key in getting his 6.86 ERA under control.

  • AL East rivals set to clash when Yanks visit O's
    The Orioles and Yankees, American League East rivals, will meet for the first time this season for a three-game series beginning on Tuesday.

  • A-Rod's 4 RBIs aren't enough in Fenway finale
    Christian Vazquez became the second player this weekend to hit a game-turning, first-pitch homer against Yankees reliever Dellin Betances, lifting the Red Sox to an 8-7 victory that completed a three-game sweep in the first rivalry series of the season.

  • Eovaldi's momentum stalls at Fenway Park
    The Yankees never seem to be quite sure what they will get out of Nathan Eovaldi, and that inconsistency continues to be a piece of the hard-throwing right-hander's resume.

  • Betances bitten by another costly long ball
    This was a weekend in which Dellin Betances made two high-profile mistakes, and because of that, the right-hander walked out of Fenway Park feeling as though he had cost the Yankees two victories.

  • A-Rod closes in on 700 club with homer 692
    Alex Rodriguez had his own weekend to remember, even though the Yankees had one they'd rather forget because the Red Sox swept the three-game series.

  • Gardner says top of lineup needs to spark Yanks
    You could choose pretty much any spot in the lineup to point a finger at the Yankees' offensive woes, but Brett Gardner has no issue saying that he and leadoff hitter Jacoby Ellsbury must take responsibility for their recent run shortage.

  • Despite funk at plate, Yankees aren't panicking
    The forecast for the Yankees was that they were going to score runs in bunches and might have to deal with some shaky outings from their starting pitchers, but they would utilize their power bullpen to make sure that they locked down the leads they carried through six innings.

  • Girardi trusts bats will return to norm
    The managerial playbook offered Joe Girardi a few time-tested avenues over the course of this underwhelming stretch. He offered a private pep talk to some of the struggling players, then raised his voice behind closed doors, sending tough love out to the entire group.

  • Yankees left with sinking feeling at Fenway
    Rick Porcello didn't allow a run for the second straight start while recording his fifth straight victory to open the season, leading the Red Sox to an 8-0 rout over the Yankees.

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