Jorge Posada has been a career Yankee, but now at 40 years old it's clear that his time with the organization has come to an end. Posada isn't quite ready to hang it up, but says that being back with the Yankees won't happen.
The New York Yankees got a great starter from AJ Burnett in the first game of their day-night doubleheader as they used some small ball and power from their veteran players to defeat the struggling Red Sox 6-2.
Did this start make the case for AJ Burnett to claim the third playoff rotation spot?
The New York Yankees continued to have their offense stifled by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim as Dan Haren pitched a complete game shutout to defeat the Yankees 6-0. Haren only allowed 4 hits over his 9 innings of work.
Find out the injury updates for the Yankees including a new addition to the list after Saturday night's game.
The New York Yankees got a big win behind their DH and veteran Jorge Posada. Posada had 6 RBI on the day including a grand slam. Phil Hughes contributed with a quality start for the Yankees as he tries to keep his spot in the starting rotation.
What's next for Phil Hughes and the Yankees starting rotation and also what sparked Posada's big day?
Before Sunday night's game against the Red Sox, Jorge Posada was dropped from the Yankees' starting lineup. Yankees Manager Joe Girardi told him that he’s not going to be the team's regular designated hitter anymore.
So what should the Yankees do with their soon-to-be 40-year old part-time DH?
It looks like Jorge Posada's days as a Yankee could be numbered.
Before Sunday night's series finale' against the Red Sox, manager Joe Girardi told Posada that he's not going to be the Yankees designated hitter any longer.
One of my favorite traditions in sports was renewed today. It was the 65th annual Old Timers' Day at Yankee Stadium - a day when a team with tradition like no other honors their past greats in a style no other could match.