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11-9, 3rd in AL East
Torres hitless as Yanks top Jays (0:57)
Romine pads Yankees' lead with 2-run double (0:26)
Gregorius goes deep for Yankees (0:19)
Torres 'super happy' about call up to Yanks (2:18)
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2dColey Harvey

Yankees recall top prospect Torres from minors

The Yankees called up infielder Gleyber Torres, one of baseball's most highly touted young prospects. He will bat eighth and play second base Sunday against the Blue Jays.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

When the Yankees placed reliever Adam Warren on the 10-day DL Saturday, they did so with the understanding he'll be shut down that entire length of time. Aaron Boone said the mild right back strain will shelve Warren longer than those 10 days. Warren said this was more an issue of discomfort rather than a pain issue. He felt it during his past couple appearances, but figured he could play through it. Could feel it a little more Friday night while throwing his off-speed pitches.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

"He's clearly, to me, one of the best players in the league. I talk about him winning pitches all the time. He wins so many pitches over the course of the game up there. You better execute when you're facing him or you're in trouble." —Aaron Boone on Yankees slugger Aaron Judge

Judge, Yankees cruise past Blue Jays (0:57)
Judge rips RBI single down the line (0:17)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Saturday's sixth inning was a good example of how dangerous this version of the Yankees' lineup can be. Leadoff hitter Brett Gardner opened with a base hit. Then, Aaron Judge, who crushed a 443-foot homer his previous at-bat, drew a four-pitch walk from Marcus Stroman, who seemed unclear on how exactly to pitch him. (It also helped that a first-pitch wild pitch put Gardner in scoring position) After a Didi Gregorius RBI-single, Giancarlo Stanton drew a four-pitch walk. Three batters later, with the bases loaded, Miguel Andújar cleared them on a double to left. Judge also drove in a run late in the frame. By the end, it was a seven-run inning.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The Yankees today recalled reliever Jonathan Holder from Triple-A. He'll be taking the roster spot of right-hander Adam Warren, who goes on the 10-day disabled list. Warren, who pitched Friday night, has been diagnosed with a right back strain.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Gary Sanchez won't be catching today, and Giancarlo Stanton will get a third-straight day hitting cleanup. This afternoon's Yankees lineup: Gardner LF Judge RF Gregorius SS Stanton DH Hicks CF Walker 1B Andújar 3B Romine C Torreyes 2B Montgomery SP

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees starter Sonny Gray spent part of this week working on a small mechanical tweak that was intended to help prevent him from overthinking between pitches. It seemed to work in an efficient, 10-pitch first inning. But it didn't work much beyond that Friday. He was pulled in the fourth after having thrown 73 pitches. Gray finished the night having allowed five runs and walking four. He induced just two whiffs on 25 swings. It was the second-fewest swing-and-miss total of his career. He also didn't strikeout a batter for the second time in his career.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Giancarlo Stanton has been slowly putting it together at Yankee Stadium this week. After going hitless in the two-game series vs. Miami early this week, he now has two hits in two games against Toronto this week. His third-inning two-run homer Friday was the surest sign that he's easing out of his home slump. The blast with a 110-mph exit velocity went out to right field. When Stanton headed back out to play in RF the next half inning, he got a loud ovation from the fans out there.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Giancarlo Stanton is still batting cleanup in today's Yankees lineup, and he'll be playing the field, too: Gardner LF Judge DH Gregorius SS Stanton RF Sanchez C Hicks CF Austin 1B Andújar 3B Torreyes 2B Gray SP

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4dDarren Rovell

1952 Mantle card sells for near-record $2.88M

A mint condition 1952 Mickey Mantle Topps rookie card auctioned for $2.88 million, becoming the second-highest price ever paid for a baseball card.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

About the passed ball that led to one of the two unearned runs CC Sabathia allowed, the pitcher took the blame. "My fault, my mistake, we got crossed up." He said he saw the sign he wanted to see instead of what Gary Sanchez actually put down.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.3020th
Quality Starts8Tied-22nd
WHIP1.2712th
BAA.231Tied-10th
Runs113Tied-5th
Batting Average.2557th
On Base Percentage.345Tied-2nd
Slugging Percentage.4472nd