Gary Sanchez homerun makes Ken Giles punch himself in the face

HOUSTON, TX — After the Yankees and Astros went eight straight scoreless innings, Gary Sanchez took matters into his own hands when he hit a 3-run homerun off of Ken Giles to give the Yankees the lead in the top of the ninth inning.  Giles was then pulled after giving up another hit to Aaron... Continue Reading →


Gleyber Torres with the most underwhelming career-opener ever

BRONX, NY — Gleyber Torres made his Yankee debut on Sunday, and may take the gold in the most underwhelming Yankee debut ever. He went 0-5 at the plate, including a double play to end the inning with two runners on. Torres, who is the number five overall prospect, may use his excitement as an... Continue Reading →

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