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2019 Schedule
45-27, 1st in AL East
Stanton makes his return, goes 0-4 (0:42)
Encarnacion blasts homer in 2nd game with Yankees (0:34)
Yankees rally for 3-run 5th (0:36)
Judge goes opposite field for rehab HR (0:27)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees starter Domingo Germán (left hip flexor) reports he played catch for the first time during his rehab yesterday. He'll play catch again today. He says the sensation of pain is gone. He's doing exercises and stretches he couldn't do when he was first hurt. Adds that he's feeling better. Luis Severino continues throwing off flat ground, but hasn't yet gotten on a mound. Yankees continue to be very careful and patient with getting him back. Severino says he thinks he'll need at least five bullpen sessions off the mound before he gets to a sim game/live BP. At that point, it would be like going through a virtual spring training, manager Aaron Boone said.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Giancarlo Stanton says he actually "tore" his left biceps muscle when that was first hurt. Then, as he started swinging again, that shoulder began acting up. That led to a cortisone shot. When he was hit by that pitch in the knee later during his rehab, he said it left his calf unstable, leading to the strain. He says the entire time he spent on the IL was "very frustrating; not ideal."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees lefty Jordan Montgomery "had a little discomfort" in a bullpen session in Tampa today, Aaron Boone says. The manager didn't have too much he felt he could elaborate on with that when he met reporters before Tuesday's game versus Tampa Bay. Montgomeryis coming off Tommy John surgery.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Giancarlo Stanton is back, and he's batting fifth. Here's how the Yankees will line it up tonight versus Tampa Bay: 3B LeMahieu 1B Voit CF Hicks C Sánchez RF Stanton DH Encarnación SS Gregorius 2B Torres LF Maybin SP Happ

This Just In  

The Yankees officially activated Giancarlo Stanton from the 10-day injured list Tuesday. Stanton has been sidelined since March 31 because of injuries to his biceps, shoulder and calf, missing 68 games over that stretch. The former National League MVP is expected to return to New York's starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Rays.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Giancarlo Stanton is officially back. He'll be in tonight's lineup. The Yankees announce that he has been returned from rehab and reinstated from the 10-day IL. Stanton's return comes after the Yankees optioned outfielder Mike Tauchman back to Triple-A last night.


BBTN: Machado, NYY Cashman, Numbers Game

Before speaking with Yankees GM Brian Cashman about the Encarnacion trade and the pitching market (31:55), Buster talks to Dave Schoenfield about Manny Machado's suspension and the Mets' struggles (12:36). Plus, Buster plays "The Numbers Game" with Sarah Langs (46:01).

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Cashman On Encarnacion Deal, Future Trades

Buster Olney talks to Yankees GM Brian Cashman about the club's trade for Edwin Encarnacion, deals the club may make in the future, the pitching rotation and more.

Boone likes Encarnacion's at-bats in debut (0:54)
Tanaka shuts down Rays in 2-hit shutout (0:38)
LeMahieu, Maybin lead Yanks to win over Rays (0:43)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Boone on Monday mentioned the possibility of Aaron Judge (left oblique strain) returning from the IL "later in the week." Judge had a rehab assignment at Triple-A over the weekend. "He's doing great. He feels good," Boone said. "We prefer him being back already, but the nature of the injury and just how we've had to bring him back, it's important that he gets a couple more games down there where he's bouncing back, running the bases, those kind of things ... He feels like he's ready, so excited to see him here in a few days."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees general manager Brian Cashman says he "has confidence in the rehab staff" after some questionable recoveries this season. Luis Severino, Dellin Betances and Giancarlo Stanton are among those who have had either setbacks or additional injuries crop up during their respective rehabs from injuries this spring. Cashman said he and his staff have instituted their own "CSI Bronx" to investigate the injuries. They've spoken with players, the physical therapy, orthopedic and strength/conditioning staffs to figure out why 20 Yankees have been on the IL this season.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Edwin Encarnación is ready to be in a lineup with Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, two injured 30-home run hitters who should be returning from the IL in the coming days. Here's what the new Yankee Encarnación said: "Can't wait to see that. It's going to be fun. We're going to hit a lot of homers and win a lot of games, too." Yankees manager Aaron Boone and general manager Brian Cashman said the addition of all three players will help the Yankees better manage off days and rest days for all position players.


Brian Cashman on the Encarnacion trade

Yankees GM Brian Cashman joins the guys to discuss what went into the Edwin Encarnacion trade as well as the decision to send Clint Frazier back down to the minors.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.00
Quality Starts0
Batting Average.259
On Base Percentage.337
Slugging Percentage.449