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The disabled list keeps on growing for the Yankees.
The Yankees placed Andy Pettitte on the 15-day disabled list Friday with a strained right trapezius, a day after the 40-year-old tweaked the muscle in a start against the Seattle Mariners.
The veteran lefthander was pulled after 4 2/3 innings after he felt discomfort in his shoulder. The team announced after the game that he had suffered...Read more »
The Yankees were faced with five key personnel decisions heading into the 2013 season. In each case they let the incumbent walk and replaced him via free agency or from within. Here’s a look at how, three weeks in, the decisions have worked out:
CATCHER: Russell Martin vs. “Stew-velli” (Chris Stewart/Francisco Cervelli)
Stewart and Cervelli have combined to hit .322 while sharing time...Read more »
Former Yankee stud prospect Jesus Montero is reportedly named in records from a now-shuttered Miami-based anti-aging clinic that is alleged to have provided performance-enhancing drugs to athletes. The Daily News reported early Wednesday morning that Montero, who served as a catcher and designated hitter for the Seattle Mariners in 2012, is mentioned in records from the clinic, Biogenesis, which...Read more »