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Time to Take the Upstart Yankees Seriously as Real Playoff Contenders

Here come the New York Yankees.

Seriously, they're in this thing.     

That seemed like an absurd notion when the Yankees went into full-blown sell mode just before the Aug. 1 non-waiver trade deadline, jettisoning veteran pieces such as relievers Aroldis Chapman and Andrew Miller and outfielder Carlos Beltran. New York was building for the future, the narrative went, waving a white flag and restocking its farm system.

Gary Sanchez Has 2nd-Most Hits Through 1st 22 Games in Yankees History

Fact: Gary Sanchez went 3-for-5 on Friday, and hit his 10th home run of the season. Joe DiMaggio (39) is the only Yankee ever to have more hits through his first 22 career games than Sanchez (31).

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Gary Sanchez Becomes 3rd-Fastest Player to Hit 10 Career Home Runs

New York Yankees rookie Gary Sanchez became the third-fastest player in Major League Baseball history to hit 10 career home runs with a two-run shot in the bottom of the fifth inning during Friday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles.

Gary Sanchez Looks Like True Franchise Cornerstone for Yankees' Next Golden Era

New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez has been a revelation. That statement is supported by a heap of numbers, but let's start with a single figure: two.

That's how many times Sancheza 23-year-old rookie with fewer than 100 big league plate appearances to his name—was intentionally walked Wednesday.

Gary Sanchez Sets Yankees Franchise Record with 8 Home Runs in 1st 19 Games

The New York Yankees lost Monday’s game against the Seattle Mariners, 7-5, but not before rookie catcher Gary Sanchez made history.

Nathan Eovaldi Injury: Updates on Yankees P's Recovery from Tommy John Surgery

The road to recovery for New York Yankees pitcher Nathan Eovaldi has begun after he underwent surgery on his right arm.

Continue for updates. 

Yankees' Youth Movement Could Lead to Shocking Playoff Push

The New York Yankees waved the white flag at the trade deadline. They shifted into sell mode, abandoned all hope of making the playoffs this season and trained their gaze squarely on the future.

Yeah...about that.

Alex Rodriguez Officially Released by Yankees: Latest Comments, Reaction

One day after getting a king's send-off at Yankee Stadium, Alex Rodriguez is no longer a New York Yankees player.

Per Bryan Hoch of MLB.com, the Yankees released Rodriguez prior to Saturday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays.

More to follow.

After a Farewell Night Like No Other, Is This Really Goodbye for Alex Rodriguez?

NEW YORK — With most guys, the retirement announcement comes before the ceremony.

No, not with most guys. With everyone.

Everyone but Alex Rodriguez.

Gary Sanchez Gives 1st Glimpse of Yankees' Bright Homegrown Future

There's not a lot of joy to be derived from the New York Yankees' present.

Their 58-56 record is far from an Atlanta Braves-level disaster, but it marks the fourth year in a row they've been mired in mediocrity. And for the first time in a long time, they've accepted they need to make things worse to get better. When New York moved Aroldis Chapman, Andrew Miller and Carlos Beltran at the August 1 trade deadline, its first rebuild in over two decades was on.

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