Sterling, 85, Yankees' longtime radio voice, retires

John Sterling, the radio voice of the New York Yankees who has called 420 regular-season games, has retired, effective immediately, the club announced Monday in a statement that included a comment from the 85-year-old: "I leave very, very happy."

Cole 'disheartened' by discourse over arm injuries

Yankees' Gerrit Cole is one of several prominent pitchers to sustain a major arm injury since teams reported for spring training in February.

Will Anthony Volpe make a sophomore leap with the Yankees? It comes down to how -- and when -- he swings

Fixing his approach at the plate was priority No. 1 this winter for the second-year shortstop.

Yankees feel earthquake, keep preparing for game

The earthquake that hit the tri-state area was felt at Yankee Stadium, but preparations for the home opener continued.

Yankees lose reliever Loáisiga (arm) to 60-day IL

The Yankees' bullpen took a major hit when Jonathan Loáisiga was placed on the 60-day injured list with a right flexor strain.

Yanks' LeMahieu has fracture in foot, test shows

Aaron Boone declined to share the projected timetable for DJ LeMahieu's return but said he still could join the Yankees sometime in April.

Life without Gerrit Cole? For the Yankees, it begins with the bats

With their ace hurt and a rotation full of question marks, New York must do something it didn't do last year: hit.

Heroic debut: Soto's throw saves Yankees in 9th

Juan Soto played the hero in his Yankees debut, and did so in a surprising way -- with a game-saving throw to the plate in the ninth inning of a 5-4 win over the Astros.

Source: Mets adding DH Martinez on 1-year deal

The Mets and designated hitter J.D. Martinez have agreed to a one-year, $12 million contract, a source confirmed Thursday.

Leaner ... and meaner? Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton looks to climb back from rock-bottom

After an embarrassing 2023, can the slimmed-down slugger recover some of his past greatness?