Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius has undergone Tommy John surgery on his right elbow and is expected to be out of action for much of next season.
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With the benefit of hindsight, New York Yankees first-year manager Aaron Boone admitted Friday that he left starting pitcher Luis Severino in Monday's Game 3 of the American League Division Series too long.
Yankees principal owner and managing general partner, Hal Steinbrenner, talks with the guys about Aaron Boone's season, Luis Severino tipping pitchers, Didi Gregorius's injury and more.
Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius injured his elbow during the ALDS and will have Tommy John surgery. Manager Aaron Boone said he is optimistic Gregorius will be back at some point in the 2019 season.
Mark Teixeira joins the guys to explain his Aaron Judge-"New York, New York" comments. Plus, his thoughts on what the Yankees should do next and their use of analytics.
Virtually everything Red Sox manager Alex Cora touched turned to gold against the Yankees. Does he have any magic left to use against the Astros?
In the high-intensity moments when a playoff game like the Red Sox-Yankees ALDS thriller is on the line, every little thing matters.
Buster talks to Dave Schoenfield (1:52) & Marly Rivera (26:36) about the varied managerial success for Alex Cora & Aaron Boone in the ALDS, an ALCS preview & more. Plus, Paul Hembekides dives into the numbers for an NLCS preview (35:23) and Bob Nightengale delivers an all-time troll job (:24).
Buster recaps the Red Sox finish off the Yankees... Barely.
Yankees players didn't expect their season to end Tuesday. After the loss to the Red Sox, the club reflected on 2018 and looked ahead to next season.
After eliminating the Yankees in front of their home crowd, the Red Sox popped champagne bottles in the visitors locker room while blasting Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York."
Yankees starter CC Sabathia blasted plate umpire Angel Hernandez after Tuesday's loss. "It's amazing how he's getting jobs umpiring in these playoff games," Sabathia said.
The winningest team in Red Sox franchise history survived a dramatic ninth-inning rally by the Yankees to advance to the American League Championship Series, where the defending World Series champion Astros await.
Craig Kimbrel and the Boston Red Sox held off the Yankees' ninth-inning rally that ended with a video replay, eliminating New York with a 4-3 victory Tuesday night that set up a postseason rematch with the World Series champion Houston Astros.
Hoping for a little luck, the Yankees had Bucky Dent throw out the first pitch Tuesday night, but it was to no avail as the Red Sox used a 4-3 win to advance to the American League Championship Series.
Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser debate if the Yankees can come back from such a crippling loss, if Drew Brees on the same level as Favre & Manning, and much more.
Brock Holt was out of the Red Sox lineup Tuesday, while Aaron Hicks returned for the Yankees.