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  • Bird's swing looking good; work to do on bases
    The timing of Greg Bird's swing appears to be coming around, but after missing all of last season following right labrum surgery, his baserunning still might be able to use some extra polish.

  • Girardi pleased with early showings in rotation
    With five prime contenders vying to fill two vacancies at the back of the Yankees' rotation, manager Joe Girardi could not have imagined a better first impression for the opening week of Spring Training.

  • Judge shows off arm, plates run vs. O's
    In his final game before leaving Orioles camp to join the Netherlands for the World Baseball Classic, Jonathan Schoop hit in a long third-inning home run as the O's fell to the Yankees, 4-1, on Monday afternoon.

  • Didi excited for reunion with Classic mates
    There should be plenty of inside jokes flying around the Netherlands clubhouse during the World Baseball Classic, especially when the group of Didi Gregorius, Jurickson Profar, Jonathan Schoop and Andrelton Simmons huddle together.

  • Severino says changeup key to his success
    Luis Severino showed flashes of brilliance as a starter two years ago, then struggled mightily once handed a rotation spot the next spring. The difference, the Yankees believe, was directly related to the dwindling confidence in his changeup.

  • Along with bat, Sanchez's arm is a threat
    Gary Sanchez's historic home run barrage taught opposing teams to pitch carefully when he is at the plate, and now the Yankees' catcher is reminding baserunners not to sleep on his strong arm.

  • Starlin homers, Severino sharp in win vs. Jays
    Luis Severino looked sharp in his opening bid to secure a rotation spot and Starlin Castro homered as the Yankees defeated the Blue Jays, 7-2, in Grapefruit League action Sunday at George M. Steinbrenner Field.

  • Clark: Betances concentrating on season
    Dellin Betances has turned the page following his arbitration hearing with the Yankees and is channeling his energy toward helping his teammates win ballgames, according to Tony Clark, the executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association.

  • Yanks show hustle, grit vs. Phillies
    Phillies first baseman Brock Stassi is making his case to make the Opening Day roster. He hit a walk-off single to center field in the ninth inning in Saturday afternoon's 6-5 victory over the Yankees in a Grapefruit League game at Spectrum Field.

  • Torres lives up to hype in 1st spring start
    The Yankees have raved about Gleyber Torres' excellent game clock, which permits him to make wise decisions between the white lines. The touted prospect provided a glimpse of that on Saturday, scoring from second base on a wild pitch in New York's 6-5 Grapefruit League loss to the Phillies.

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