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  • Yankees turned away by Trout, Angels June 30, 2015
    Mike Trout did it all on Monday night, turning in a couple of run-saving, highlight-reel catches and clubbing another home run while leading the Angels to a 4-1 win over the Yankees in Southern California.
    Alden Gonzalez and Bryan Hoch
  • Homers continue to be CC's downfall June 30, 2015
    CC Sabathia has allowed at least one home run in each of his last five starts, and with Mike Trout and C.J. Cron joining his hit list on Monday, it's official: No Major League pitcher has surrendered more round-trippers (19) than the big Yankees' left-hander has this season.
    Bryan Hoch
  • Nova, Heaney set to square off in Anaheim June 30, 2015
    Angels left-hander Andrew Heaney and Yankees right-hander Ivan Nova will both be making their second start of the 2015 season when they square off Tuesday in the second game of their clubs' three-game series at Angel Stadium.
    David Adler
  • Warren headed to Yankees' bullpen June 30, 2015
    After weeks of speculation about how the Yankees would fit six starters into five slots, it appears that they have reached a decision, with right-hander Adam Warren identified as the odd man out.
    Bryan Hoch
  • Ellsbury's return tentatively set for Friday June 30, 2015
    Jacoby Ellsbury was in uniform for the Class A Tampa Yankees on Monday, and the working plan is for the outfielder to play three Minor League rehabilitation games before possibly being activated on Friday against the Rays in New York.
    Bryan Hoch
  • Time running out to vote Yanks onto All-Star team June 30, 2015
    It is down to the wire as voting for the 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot is about to be completed, and in the fifth and final update, the Yankees are again without a leading candidate to grab a starting position in Cincinnati for the Midsummer Classic.
    Bryan Hoch
  • Gardner earns AL Player of the Week honors June 30, 2015
    Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner is enjoying one of the best stretches of his career, relishing his standing as a consistent annoyance for opposing pitchers. It is a hot streak that has now been recognized with an American League Player of the Week award.
    Bryan Hoch
  • New soccer rivalry electrifies Yankee Stadium June 28, 2015
    Soccer took over Yankee Stadium on Sunday, when the city's newest rivalry, the expansion New York City Football Club vs. the Red Bulls, took place. The veteran squad showed who's boss, at least for one day, with a 3-1 victory.
    Spencer Fordin
  • Gritty Pineda effort not enough vs. Astros June 28, 2015
    Captivating the Minute Maid Park crowd for a second game in a row, Carlos Correa hit two doubles and scored two runs while Collin McHugh was stellar in eight innings of two-hit ball, propelling the Astros to a 3-1 win in the series finale on Sunday against the Yankees.
    Bryan Hoch and Chandler Rome
  • Communication breakdown costly for Yanks June 28, 2015
    The general rule is that the center fielder should catch anything that he can get to, but in the final milliseconds as Brett Gardner camped under Carlos Correa's fourth-inning fly ball, he flinched at the sight of another glove unexpectedly approaching.
    Bryan Hoch

Philadelphia Phillies :

  • Phillies start fast, but falter vs. Brewers June 30, 2015
    For the Brewers Monday, the sixth inning was just a better version of the first five. After recording at least one hit in each of the first five innings, the Brewers kept swinging in the sixth, starting off the inning with six straight hits, scoring three runs and seizing the lead. Milwaukee never looked back from that point, defeating the Phillies, 7-4. […]
    Adam McCalvy and Todd Zolecki
  • O'Sullivan struggles as rotation decisions loom June 30, 2015
    On a day the Phillies hired Andy MacPhail as the next team president, it was somewhat easy to forget about the team of the present. But as interim manager Pete Mackanin said after Monday's 7-4 loss to Milwaukee, losing years are sometimes the best years to evaluate talent.
    Nick Suss
  • Hamels, Phils set to battle Jungmann, Crew June 30, 2015
    One of the hottest batters in the National League will face off against one of the hottest potential trade commodities in baseball Tuesday when Ryan Braun and the Brewers visit Cole Hamels and the Phillies for the second game of a four-game series.
    Nick Suss
  • MacPhail to be Phillies president after season June 30, 2015
    The Phillies launched a new era Monday afternoon when ownership partner John Middleton introduced Andy MacPhail as the team's next president.
    Todd Zolecki
  • MacPhail evaluating GM, manager positions June 30, 2015
    Andy MacPhail, introduced as the next Phillies president, plans to spend the next three-plus months evaluating the entire baseball operations department. That includes general manager Ruben Amaro Jr., whose contract expires at the end of the season, as well as finding the next on-field manager. Pete Mackanin is the interim manager through the homestand, whic […]
    Todd Zolecki
  • Sabermetrics to be a part of MacPhail's Phils June 30, 2015
    Andy MacPhail, hired Monday to become the new Phillies president at the end of the season, discussed the use of sabermetrics with Phillies owners Jim Buck, Pete Buck and John Middleton.
    Nick Suss
  • Phillies signaling change in business model June 30, 2015
    The Phillies formally introduced Andy MacPhail, who has had success as an executive with three different franchises, as their next club president Monday. At first glance, it looked like a safe, conservative decision. A tee shot down the middle rather than trying for the green with a more risky drive over a water hazard. A second glance, to MacPhail's im […]
    Paul Hagen
  • Franco, Phillies need final All-Star ballot push June 29, 2015
    With his stellar June, Maikel Franco is making a legitimate case to be the Phillies' representative at the 2015 MLB All-Star Game. But he'll need some help from the fans by using the 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot until Thursday at 11:59 p.m. ET.
    Nick Suss
  • Single-heavy offense comes to life in nightcap June 29, 2015
    The Phillies tallied 15 singles among 16 hits in an 8-5 victory in Game 2 of a straight doubleheader against the Nationals at Citizens Bank Park on Sunday.
    Todd Zolecki and Bill Ladson
  • Hernandez's 4-hit game ignites thriving Phils June 29, 2015
    The Phillies have survived plenty over the past week, but the team, especially the offense, thrived in an 8-5 victory in Game 2 of Sunday's doubleheader against the Nationals. Philadelphia put together two four-run innings and tallied 16 hits.
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