Royals 5, Yankees 1: Royals Silence Previously Potent Yankees Lineup

Royals Silence Previously Potent Yankees Lineup

Royals 5, Yankees 1: Royals Silence Previously Potent Yankees Lineup

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There’s a story over at the Wall Street Journal today about how Nick Swisher has enhanced his personal

Unusual Yankees Lineup Has Extraordinary Night Against White Sox

Unusual Yankees Lineup Has Extraordinary Night Against White Sox

Aaron Judge appears to stare down hecklers after home run

How Signing Shin-Soo Choo Would Impact Yankees Lineup, Defense

How Signing Shin-Soo Choo Would Impact Yankees Lineup, Defense

Texas Rangers Sign Shin-Soo Choo as first big free agent for 2014

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Theater geeks are freaking out about Amy Schumer on Broadway

Despite power numbers, Curtis Granderson expects to stay No. 2 in Yankees lineup

Despite power numbers, Curtis Granderson expects to stay No. 2 in Yankees lineup

What's next after a season with 41 home runs at an MVP-caliber pace?

Unusual Yankees Lineup Has Extraordinary Night Against White Sox - The New York Times

Unusual Yankees Lineup Has Extraordinary Night Against White Sox

As the Yankees’ processional to the disabled list continued with Matt Holliday’s illness, the lineup included some fresh faces: Tyler Wade and Miguel Andujar.

After batting all over the lineup as a rookie, Jeter bats leadoff on Opening Day, the beginning of his 17-season stretch at or near the top of the Yankees lineup. Jeter hits .291 with 10 homers, 70 RBI and 116 runs. He also steals 23 bases.

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After batting all over the lineup as a rookie, Jeter bats leadoff on Opening Day, the beginning of his stretch at or near the top of the Yankees lineup. In his season, Jeter hits with 10 homers, 70 RBI and 116 runs. He also steals 23 bases.

Jacoby Ellsbury not in Yankees' lineup vs. Dallas Keuchel

Ellsbury benched for Yankees' wild-card game

Cool t-shirt bearing the moniker of the dangerous 1927 Yankees lineup, containing (or rather trying to contain) the likes of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig.

Rep the Big Apple with our retro t-shirts featuring the New York Knicks, Yankees and more!

1939 at Briggs Stadium, Lou Gehrig delivers the first Yankees lineup card without his name on it since 1925

“Moments after this photo was taken, Lou Gehrig went to the dugout and cried. The streak was over - May

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On this day in 1951, Mickey Mantle returned to the Yankee lineup after being demoted in mid-July. He went 1-for-4 with a first inning single off of Early Wynn in the team's 2-0 victory in Cleveland. The game marked the first time the youngster wore #7 on the back of his uniform jersey.

On this day in 1951, Mickey Mantle returned to the Yankee lineup after being demoted in mid-July. He went 1-for-4 with a first inning single off of Early Wynn in the team's 2-0 victory in Cleveland. The game marked the first time the youngster wore #7 on the back of his uniform jersey.

Original caption (1966): Rookie shortstop Bobby Murcer (C), of the New York Yankees, is kidded by teammates Mickey Mantle, (L) and Roger Maris over his shirt which features pictures and signatures of the two veteran sluggers. It was all part of fun and games at Yankee Stadium, as the Yanks had last practice before the start of the season on April 12th. Although the Yankee lineup will feature no rookies opening day, the highly touted Murcer is expected to crack it before too long.

Rookie shortstop Bobby Murcer (C), of the New York Yankees, is kidded by…

Yankees retire Andy Pettitte's number 20150823 http://www.newsday.com/sports/baseball/yankees/andy-pettitte-s-new-york-yankees-number-retired-during-andy-pettitte-day-ceremony-pictures-1.10762599

Yankees retire Andy Pettitte's number

Former Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte had his No. 46 retired during a special Andy Pettitte Day ceremony on Sunday, Aug. 2015 before the Yankees

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