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Blue Jays 8, Yankees 7: Yankees’ Old Reliables Prove to Be Anything But

After a six-pitch first inning on Saturday, Sabathia came apart in the second, allowing a long home run to Randal Grichuk on the first pitch, and then surrendering an infield hit, a bloop single, a line-drive hit by Aledmys Diaz and a seeing-eye single by Lourdes Gurriel Jr. Then in the third, he gave up…

Yankees 10, Blue Jays 2: Yankees Keep Winning Games and Losing Players

If Gregorius does end up on the disabled list, Boone said, then Gleyber Torres, who was a shortstop in the Chicago Cubs’ organization before being shifted to second base by the Yankees, would slide back into his old position, and either Torreyes or Neil Walker would play second. But the Yankees have been using Walker…

Yankees 11, Blue Jays 6: Yankees Party Like It’s 1998, at Least for a Day

Mariano Rivera was explaining how the 1998 Yankees looked out for one another when Jorge Posada, the former catcher, walked by. “Hey, Mo, you need me to translate for you?” Posada joked. Case in point. The mood was understandably light at Yankee Stadium on Saturday afternoon with most members of that 114-win team back in…