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Yankees' 1-9 Free Fall Could Be Beginning of End of 2015 Success Story

Garrett Jones pitched.

Got that? Garrett Jones, backup first baseman and backup designated hitter, pitched Saturday. 

For the New York Yankees.

In a real game.

And he was their most effective arm.

1st-Quarter Grades for the Boston Red Sox

A 19-22 record was not the start fans envisioned after splashy offseason signings and front-office proclamations that the Boston Red Sox would return to contention in 2015. Yet here we are. It proves once again that a record-setting payroll (in this case one that exceeds $170 million) doesn't guarantee success. 

Bryce Harper Must Be At-All-Cost Pursuit as Yankees' Future Iconic Centerpiece

Officially, the New York Yankees will be in the capital over the next two days for a two-game series against the Washington Nationals.

With Jeter Gone, Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Gardner Are 1-2 Nightmare

With five weeks of the 2015 MLB season complete, we've gotten a pretty good look at the post-Derek Jeter New York Yankees. And sappiness be damned, they just don't quite look the same without him.

There's one way, however, that this has been a very, very good thing.

Pineda Sets Yankees Record for Most Strikeouts Without a Walk

New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda struck out 16 batters in Sunday's 6-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles, setting a franchise record for the most strikeouts without any walks in a single game, per ESPN Stats & Info.

Another Ace Bites the Dust as Tommy John Halts Alex Cobb's Great Young Career

As if anyone needed further confirmation that no pitcher is safe from Tommy John surgery in today's MLB, another ace has bitten the dust.

This time, it's Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Alex Cobb. And while that's a shame in and of itself, what makes it an even bigger shame is that his career as an ace was just beginning to take off.

Other Massive Milestones A-Rod Can Reach in 2015

Alex Rodriguez stands alone in fourth place on the all-time home run list after hitting his 661st bomb against the Baltimore Orioles at Yankees Stadium on Thursday, passing Willie Mays.

Alex Cobb Injury: Updates on Rays Pitcher's Elbow and Recovery

Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Alex Cobb has a partially torn ligament in his right elbow and may need season-ending surgery. 

Continue for updates.

Cobb May Need Surgery

Tuesday, May 5

Yahoo! Sports passed along the details of the injury:  

New York Yankees vs. Toronto Blue Jays Live Blog: Instant Reactions and Analysis

The second game of the Toronto Blue Jays' three-game series with the New York Yankees is underway at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.  

The Blue Jays (13-14) held New York (16-10) to only one run Monday night, just the third time all season they've allowed less than two runs in a game. Righty Marco Estrada will make the start after making six appearances out of Toronto's bullpen. He replaces Daniel Norris in the Blue Jays rotation as they attempt to sort out Major League Baseball's third-worst ERA.  

Red Sox Getting Glimpse of Both Risk, Reward Associated with Hanley Ramirez

There is always going to be a give-and-take with Hanley Ramirez.

The Boston Red Sox knew that. They elected to pursue his services anyway. For the price of $88 million over four years, the organization gambled it would have more reward than risk.


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