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"The New York Yankees are a mediocre baseball team that also happens to employ a plethora of talented players that more competitive teams would gladly pay a decent price to acquire. If the Yankees were any other team, the path forward would be quite clear: Have a fire sale at the deadline, restock the farm system, and get ready to execute a quick rebuild. The Yankees, of course, are making things as difficult as possible.", deadspin.com
"CLEVELAND — How many? How many times can the Yankees exact their three-alarm firemen act by the end of the regular season? More pressing, how many times can the Yankees turn to Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman one after another, in the same game, by the Aug. 1 non-waivers trade deadline? The answer to the latter question could very well determine the relevance of the former. Betances, Miller and Chapman — the Holy Trinity of Smoke or No-Runs DMC, take your pick — teamed to record 11 outs as the Yankees edged the dangerous Indians, 5-4, in an intense affair Thursday night at Progressive Field, which ended on a replay-overturned play in the Yankees’ favor. The Yankees are now 15-1 when manager Joe Girardi calls upon all three of his elite relievers. For the season, they’re a considerably more modest 42-43. “I said there needs to be a sense of urgency,” Girardi said. “The months are ticking away. You", nypost.com
"NEW YORK — With his team around the .500 mark since late May, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said internal discussions among management have intensified and he will pass along any trade offers to ownership.'My job is to canvass the entire game of general managers and find out what's available in the marketplace, and they're open to make offers and express interest,' Cashman said Tuesday.'I have an obligation any time I receive offers to make sure ownership is involved. ... I don't", www.recordonline.com
"CHICAGO -- Mark Tuesday as a rare 2016 occasion in which the Yankees could claim to be even with the Mets. Despite their mediocre record, the Yankees placed three players on the American League club for the All-Star Game. Outfielder Carlos Beltran, his health permitting, will join relievers Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller next week in San Diego. Beltran and Miller earned the honors by virtue of the player ballot, while AL manager Ned Yost selected Betances as one of his seven choices. Beltran, 39, will be the second oldest player in the game (after retiring Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz, who is 40) -- as long as his right hamstring allows him to participate. The right fielder makes his first All-Star Game as a Yankee; his last Midsummer Classic appearance came in 2013 at Citi Field in a Cardinals uniform. Beltran began play Tuesday tied for seventh in the AL with 19 home runs and tied for 13th with 53 RBIs. Betances, in his third full major-league", nypost.com
"(AP) — Yankees manager Joe Girardi is still undecided whether or not to send Ivan Nova back to the bullpen once the rest of the starting rotation gets healthy. Nova pitched six innings for his second win since moving into the starting rotation, Carlos Beltran hit a two-run homer and the New York Yankees held on to beat the Oakland Athletics 4-1 on Thursday night. Nova (3-1) allowed one run and four hits in his longest outing this season since replacing the injured CC Sabathia in the Yankees' rotation. Aaron Hicks added an RBI double while Brett Gardner had two hits and two walks to help the Yankees win the opener of the four-game series. The Yankees missed multiple opportunities to break the game open but took a 2-1 lead on RBI doubles by Beltran in the third and Hicks in the sixth. The right-hander gave up eight hits in 5 2-3 innings with three walks and four strikeouts. With two outs, Brian McCann reached on an error when right fielder Reddick appeared to lose the", www.seattlepi.com
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