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  • All about the brace: CC gets assist in 'pen session
    CC Sabathia is continuing to make progress as he returns from right knee surgery, and the Yankees left-hander plans to attack his workload with the assistance of a brace that has been hidden underneath his billowing pinstriped pants.

  • A-Rod gets reps at first base, preps for transition
    Alex Rodriguez gave first base a whirl for the first time on Friday, fielding grounders and receiving throws on a training field behind the third-base seats of George M. Steinbrenner Field.

  • Backup infielder Ryan sidelined with mid-back strain
    Yankees infielder Brendan Ryan sustained a mid-back strain while lifting weights before the start of Spring Training. He is expected to miss about five days of on-field activity.

  • Sterling hosts fundraiser for families displaced by NJ fire
    If anything was made clear by the goings-on Thursday night at D&D's Restaurant & Pub, it's this: Yankees fans love them some John Sterling. While hosting a meet-and-greet fundraiser in support of the families displaced last month by a fire at the AvalonBay luxury apartment complex in Edgewater, N.J., Sterling, the Yankees' longtime radio play-by-play man, barely had a moment to himself.

  • Surveying full spring squad, Cashman expresses optimism
    After Brian Cashman watched the full squad of Yankees players assemble Thursday, the veteran general manager referred to his roster as a "potpourri" of bounce-back candidates and young newcomers, voicing hope that they will fit together for a run at a championship.

  • Girardi, Yankees adjusting to life without Jeter
    As the Yankees went through their drills Thursday, Joe Girardi wandered around the lip of the outfield grass, exchanging pleasantries with the infielders. When he reached the shortstop position, he had to remember why Derek Jeter was absent.

  • A-Rod participates in Yankees' first full workout
    Alex Rodriguez said that he felt "like I'm a rookie all over again" as he slipped the pinstripes for the first time in more than a year Thursday, taking batting practice and fielding drills with his Yankees teammates at George M. Steinbrenner Field.

  • Ellsbury: Yankees have 'chip on their shoulder' after '14 finish
    Jacoby Ellsbury said that there is a comfort level as he prepares for his second Spring Training with the Yankees, and senses that his teammates are "definitely motivated" to improve upon last year's second-place finish in the American League East.

  • Yankees see positive results as Tanaka builds stamina
    Masahiro Tanaka increased his workload to 40 pitches in a morning bullpen session at George M. Steinbrenner Field on Thursday, and the Yankees have been pleased with his progress as he's shown off his full arsenal, including splitters.

  • Hal Steinbrenner shares thoughts, hopes for Yankees
    Hal Steinbrenner discussed the Yankees' payroll expenditures and their decision not to further pursue Cuban prospect Yoan Moncada, who instead accepted a $31.5 million bonus from the Red Sox, in an interview with the New York Post that was published on Thursday.

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