Yankees DH Matt Carpenter fractures left foot on foul ball
New York Yankees designated hitter Matt Carpenter broke his left foot Monday night when he fouled off a pitch against the Seattle Mariners and will be out indefinitely. Carpenter, wearing a protective boot in the Yankees' clubhouse after their 9-4 win, said he's hopeful he might only miss a month. Carpenter fouled a slider from starter Logan Gilbert off the foot in the first inning.news.yahoo.com
Cole, Carpenter send Yanks over Red Sox 13-2; Sale hurt
Red Sox Yankees Baseball New York Yankees starting pitcher Gerrit Cole throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Boston Red Sox, Sunday, July 17, 2022, in New York. Their 64 wins matched the 2018 Astros for third-most prior to the break since the All-Star Game began in 1933. Carpenter had an RBI groundout in a three-run first inning and added a two-run double in an eight-run fourth. After Sale exited, the Red Sox used every reliever except Austin Davis. Dominguez, at 19 the youngest AL prospect at the game, hit a tying homer with a 415-foot drive on a slider at the letters.wftv.com
Blue Jays beat Yanks 2-1, end New York's 11-game win streak
Yankees Blue Jays Baseball Toronto Blue Jays' Matt Chapman hits a home run against the New York Yankees during the second inning of a baseball game Wednesday, May 4, 2022, in Toronto. ROSTER MOVESThe Blue Jays selected RHP Casey Lawrence from Triple-A Buffalo and optioned LHP Andrew Vasquez to Triple-A. Hernández could rejoin the Blue Jays in Cleveland on Thursday. RHP Glenn Otto (1-0, 2.89) starts for the RangersBlue Jays: RHP José Berríos (2-0, 4.13) starts Thursday in the opener of a four-game series in Cleveland. RHP Aaron Civale (0-2, 10.67) goes for the Guardians.wftv.com
Yanks' Boone concerned about impact of Canadian COVID rules
New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone is concerned about the roster impact stemming from rules that Major League Baseball players who aren't vaccinated against the coronavirus won’t be allowed to travel into Canada to face the Blue Jays in Toronto.
Wade Miley claimed by Cubs; Giants turn down Johnny Cueto
NEW YORK — (AP) — Pitcher Wade Miley was claimed off waivers by the Chicago Cubs from Cincinnati on Friday, a surprising cost-cutting move by the Reds. His $15 million, two-year contract includes a $10 million option for next season with a $1 million buyout. The Indians declined a $7 million option on catcher Roberto Pérez, who gets a $450,000 buyout. San Francisco declined right-hander Johnny Cueto's $22 million option and must pay a $5 million buyout to complete a $130 million, six-year contract. The Giants exercised options on left-hander José Álvarez ($1.5 million) and outfielder Wilmer Flores ($3.5 million).wftv.com
Diamondbacks' Gallen has sore forearm, might miss opener
SETBACK IN THE BULLPENBlue Jays right-hander Kirby Yates will miss several weeks because of a strained muscle in his forearm. He allowed one run and five hits, striking out five without a walk. Ross Stripling struck out seven and walked none in 3 2/3 innings, but gave up three runs and five hits. Bryan Abreu, a top Astros pitching prospect who turns 24 next month, started and pitched three perfect innings, striking out four. Baltimore starter John Means allowed four hits and walked three over 3 2/3 innings, striking out three.