At the outset of the 2013 regular season, the New York Yankees' playoff chances looked slim. They would begin the season without Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, Curtis Granderson, Mark Teixeira and Michael Pineda. Furthermore, before any...Show More Summary
The New York Yankees have 10 regulars currently rehabbing various injuries on the disabled list—Francisco Cervelli, Joba Chamberlain, Curtis Granderson, Derek Jeter, Ivan Nova, Eduardo Nunez, Michael Pineda, Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira and Kevin Youkilis—but they're all scheduled to be returning at different points within the next few months. Show More Summary
Due to performance and popularity, the Yankees enjoy very nice annual representation on the American League All-Star team. This year, even with a lack of stars like Derek Jeter, Mark Teixeira and Alex Rodriguez, the Yankees may still place several players on the All Star roster. Show More Summary
Who's still going to Marlins games?
The New York Yankees are not a team known for developing their own elite talent. Despite the "Core Four" of Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada, Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte carrying the team for much of the last 15 years, the Yankees have...Show More Summary
The New York Yankees started the season with All-Stars Curtis Granderson, Mark Teixeira, Derek Jeter, and Alex Rodriguez all on the disabled list. These four athletes, along with Robinson Cano, are the core of the team. It's no easyShow More Summary
The Yankees are off to a hot start in 2013, posting an 18-12 record over the season's first 30 games. That they stand in second place in the AL East is made even more impressive when you consider the fact that Derek Jeter, Mark Teixeira, Curtis Granderson, Alex Rodriguez and Kevin Youkilis have missed most or all of the month with injuries. Show More Summary
Yankees outfielder Ichiro Suzuki is renting an apartment on Central Park North in Harlem for $23,500 a month, according to Curbed.com. The New York Post reported that both Yankee stars Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez looked into buying the place for $9 million, but Ichiro ended up scooping it up for rent. Show More Summary
With New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter still nursing his re-fractured ankle, Hall of Fame shortstop Ozzie Smith of the St. Louis Cardinals shared his insight on what it’s like to return from injury as an aging player. Jeter fractured his ankle in Game 1 of the 2012 NLCS against the Detroit Tigers when reaching for a ground ball. Show More Summary
Hard times in Seattle.
Through the first month of the 2013 season, the New York Yankees have defined themselves as the team that overcomes setbacks. They knew coming into the regular season that the first month would be a challenge. With Derek Jeter, Curtis Granderson and Mark Teixeira all expected to be out until May 1, the club's prognosis was grim. Show More Summary
For the New York Yankees, it was another week of winning, but it came with a price. Catcher Francisco Cervelli and starter Ivan Nova have both joined Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez on the disabled list. The New York front office responded by calling up Vidal Nuno and Austin Romine from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Show More Summary
New York Yankees’ captain Derek Jeter hoped to be fully recovered from last year’s broken ankle in the playoffs by the start of this season but has yet to return after facing setbacks late in spring training. The aging superstar has been rehabbing at the Yankees’ training facilities in Tampa, Florida but was in the [...]Show More Summary
As the New York Mets dive deeper into their 2013 season, there is reason to believe not only in the future, but also the present. Matt Harvey is the next Dwight Gooden. David Wright is still Flushing’s answer to Derek Jeter. Zack Wheeler is the next ungodly pitching prospect. Show More Summary
The careers of Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez are presumably on their tail ends, and it's time for the New York Yankees to start working on establishing future plans at shortstop and third base. Jeter, still on the shelf nursing an ankle...Show More Summary
So you just lost Ryan Zimmerman, or found out Derek Jeter is going to be out until the All-Star break (if not longer), or you grabbed Jose Reyes early in your draft to anchor the team. Now there is a gaping hole in the once-promising lineup. Show More Summary
We try to explain how a team with one of the lowest payrolls in the league continues to win.
The 2013 MLB season is well into its first month, and even though the New York Yankees are exceeding early expectations some of the team's flaws are already bubbling to the surface. With injuries to key players like Derek Jeter, Mark Teixeira and Curtis Granderson before Opening Day, many had written off the first two months for the club. Show More Summary
When Derek Jeter took his first at-bats as a New York Yankee in 1995, few understood the historic significance of his debut, and even fewer imagined that he would go down in the record books as the greatest Yankee shortstop of all time. Show More Summary
As always, we’ll start by taking a look at all the latest injuries around the league and whether a team will have to go outside the organization for a replacement. Derek Jeter, SS, New York Yankees The initial expectation was that the 38-year-old would be fully recovered from ankle surgery and activated from the disabled list no later than May 1. Show More Summary