With six regular-season games remaining, the Yankees hold a one-game lead on Boston atop the AL wild card, with Toronto one game behind the Red Sox.
by: Pete Caldera — LoHud 26 Sep
Severino provides a fresh arm and a sharp arsenal at time when the Red Sox’s bullpen is feeling the effects of injury and the long haul through September.
by: John Connolly — LoHud 26 Sep
The Yankees and Sox are tied for the top wild-card spot in the American League entering Sunday's game.
by: Associated Press — LoHud 26 Sep
With home field advantage in the American League Wild Card Game at stake, the Yankees beat the Red Sox for the second straight night.
by: Pete Caldera — LoHud 25 Sep
Gleyber Torres has been a part of the Yankees' surge, riding a 10-game hitting streak following Friday's 3-for-5 performance.
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by: John Connolly — LoHud 25 Sep
Nestor Cortes (2-2, 2.79) will start for the Yankees, while Nick Pivetta (9-7, 4.63) will go for the Red Sox.
by: Pete Caldera — LoHud 24 Sep
With nine regular season games remaining and a slim one-game lead on Toronto for the second AL wild card spot, the Yankees arrived at Fenway Park with some added bullpen weapons.
by: Andrew Tredinnick — LoHud 23 Sep
The Yankees broke the game open with four runs in the eight inning of a 7-3 victory over the Rangers.
by: John Connolly — LoHud 22 Sep
Taylor Hearn (6-5, 4.52) will start for Texas, while Corey Kluber (5-3, 3.68) will go for New York.
by: Robert Aitken Jr. — LoHud 21 Sep
The Yankees need all hands on deck in the final week and a half. The return of Jonathan Loaisiga would be a big help.
by: Greg Tartaglia — LoHud 20 Sep
With the their playoff hopes seemingly fading, the Yankees are finally getting Luis Severino back in the fold.
by: John Connolly — LoHud 20 Sep
A.J. Alexy (2-0, 3.68) will start for Texas, while Nestor Cortes Jr. (2-2, 2.60) will go for New York.
by: Pete Caldera — LoHud 20 Sep
As badly as the Yankees wanted to move past a lost weekend against Cleveland, “it’s going to be tough to shower off,’’ said Gerrit Cole.
by: Pete Caldera — LoHud 19 Sep
At Yankee Stadium, Gerrit Cole was exiting in the sixth inning amid a sparse smattering of boos, though the soundtrack was mostly an aggravated murmuring.
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