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9/1/2015 | Aggressive steal backfires on Sox

As Mookie Betts sat in the dirt, his feet resting on third base, the look of disbelief on the Red Sox center fielder's face conveyed everything video replay could not.


9/1/2015 | Yanks look to close gap behind Tanaka

As the Yankees fight to close the gap with the division-leading Blue Jays, Masahiro Tanaka will try to close out a three-game series against the Red Sox in winning fashion on Wednesday, when he squares off with rookie lefty Henry Owens at Fenway Park.


9/1/2015 | Yanks edge rivals, keep pace in East

Stephen Drew drove in two runs and Brett Gardner homered as the Yankees spoiled Rick Porcello's 13-strikeout performance with a 3-1 victory over the Red Sox on Tuesday at Fenway Park.


9/1/2015 | Sanchez headlines prospects for AFL

Catcher Gary Sanchez, who is rated the Yankees' No. 7 prospect by MLBPipeline.com, has been named as one of the organization's participants in the Arizona Fall League.


9/1/2015 | After two-year absence, Bailey in bigs

Andrew Bailey's long journey back from career-threatening labrum and capsule surgery delivered him to the doorstep of his most recent big league employer, as the former All-Star closer suited up in the visiting clubhouse at Fenway Park on Tuesday.


9/1/2015 | On crutches, Teixeira out at least 2 weeks

The deep bone bruise that has hobbled Mark Teixeira for more than two weeks is not improving, and while the Yankees slugger has been placed on crutches in an attempt to speed his healing, he is not expected to return to the lineup for at least two weeks.


9/1/2015 | Fall League rosters packed with elite prospects

Philadelphia's J.P. Crawford, St. Louis' Alex Reyes and Pittsburgh's Austin Meadows are among nine Top 100 Prospects on the preliminary 2015 rosters released by the Arizona Fall League on Tuesday.


9/1/2015 | Missed opportunities haunt Yankees

Play this game in any other ballpark, Didi Gregorius said, and the Yankees would be the ones celebrating. You didn't need a tape measure to figure out that his good wood, ninth-inning drive would have powered a grand slam back in the Bronx.