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  • Greene out to stymie Red Sox in opener
    Looking to boost their playoff hopes, the Yankees have rookie Shane Greene on the mound opposite the Red Sox's Joe Kelly in Tuesday night's series opener in the Bronx.

  • Ichiro carving his own niche with '14 Yanks
    Ichiro Suzuki, as he has done his whole career, has found a place for himself within the Yankees' roster. He no longer competes for batting titles, but he continues to represent Japan in New York with pride, as Hideki Matsui did a decade ago and Masahiro Tanaka does today.

  • Yankees acquire Roe for bullpen depth
    The Yankees on Sunday acquired Chaz Roe from the Marlins in exchange for cash. The 27-year-old has been in the Minor Leagues for most of the last 10 seasons but he could join the big league club as bullpen depth when rosters expand on Monday.

  • McCarthy surrenders lead as Yanks drop finale
    Brandon McCarthy gave up a trio of homers and the Yankees saw a three-run lead evaporate in a 4-3 loss to the Blue Jays in Sunday's series finale at Rogers Centre.

  • Jeter honored before series finale
    The Blue Jays presented Derek Jeter with a vacation package to Canada's west coast as a retirement gift prior to Sunday's series finale.

  • Girardi being cautious with Ellsbury's ankle
    Jacoby Ellsbury was held out of the Yankees' starting lineup on Sunday for the second consecutive game with a sore left ankle. He did appear in the game, however, doubling as a pinch-hitter in the ninth inning of the Yanks' 4-3 loss to Toronto.

  • Yankees find one hit doesn't take them far
    Michael Pineda pitched well but didn't get the support he needed from the Yankees' offense in a 2-0 loss to the Blue Jays on Saturday at Rogers Centre. New York was held to one one hit all afternoon -- Mark Teixeira's fourth-inning double.

  • Yanks opt to rest Ellsbury's banged-up ankle
    Yankees center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury was held out of Saturday's starting lineup against the Blue Jays with a sore left ankle.

  • Play at home in Toronto gets pair of reviews
    Jacoby Ellsbury was originally ruled safe at home in the ninth inning of Friday's game between the Yankees and Blue Jays, but after Toronto challenged, the call was overturned. A crew chief review was then issued after Yankees manager Joe Girardi spoke with the umpires, but the replay showed no violation of Rule 7.13.

  • Ellsbury powers Yanks' late charge vs. Blue Jays
    Jacoby Ellsbury homered during a five-run seventh inning to power the Yankees to a 6-3 series-opening victory over the division-rival Blue Jays on Friday night at Rogers Centre.

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