Adam Ottavino on Yankees fandom, love for road hecklers

New Yankees reliever, and Brooklyn native, Adam Ottavino gets the call for some Q&A with Post columnist Steve Serby. Q: Why do you enjoy being heckled on the road? A: I think when you first get to the big leagues, you worry about stuff like that, and maybe I was like that a little bit….
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Yankees’ Aroldis Chapman hopeful but wary about left knee

TAMPA — The Yankees spent freely this winter to bring in Adam Ottavino and bring back Zack Britton to reinforce their bullpen, but Aroldis Chapman’s left knee will play a major role in just how well their relief corps performs. The left-hander spent time on the disabled list last August and his velocity dipped as…
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Masahiro Tanaka looking to ‘step up’ and bolster Yankees’ rotation

TAMPA — Like Lennon & McCartney, Bonnie & Clyde and Romeo & Juliet, you can’t avoid Pitchers & Catchers when it comes to baseball lingo at this time of the year. While pitchers throwing to catchers gets over-romanticized compared to what it actually is, a baseball popping a catcher’s glove under a brilliant sun signifies…
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Aaron Boone sees Yankees closing the gap on Red Sox

Yankees manager Aaron Boone talks expectations, new acquisitions, the pressure of managing in New York and much more in a Q&A session with Post columnist Steve Serby. Q: How painful was it losing to the Red Sox in the ALDS for you last year? A: Very. Because I felt this way last year, I certainly…
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How Yankees pitching target overcame dreaded Steve Blass disease

The first time Neil McPhee saw Adam Ottavino throw off a mound, the longtime former Northeastern coach offered the senior at Berkeley Carroll High School in Brooklyn a scholarship. So when he watched him pitching in a game for the Rockies during Ottavino’s dreadful 2017 season, McPhee could hardly keep his eyes on the television….
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Yankees looking to buy back YES from 21st Century Fox

The New York Yankees are in talks to buy back YES Network as Disney and Twenty-First Century Fox look to clear their $ 71.3 billion merger, The Post has learned. It amounts to “a foregone conclusion” the Bronx Bombers will exercise their right of first refusal to buy the 80 percent of YES they don’t own,…
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Yankees’ Aaron Judge, Brett Gardner and Masahiro Tanaka named AL Gold Glove finalists, no Mets make the cut

The Yankees’ Aaron Judge, Brett Gardner and Masahiro Tanaka were named finalists for the Rawling Gold Glove awards at their respective positions on Thursday.

The winners will be announced in early November.

The other finalists among American League pitchers are Cleveland’s Corey Kluber and Dallas…

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Yankees power past Red Sox 6-2 to even ALDS

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Starter Yankees missed out on gives Astros commanding lead

HOUSTON — Everyone knows about the Astros’ amazing starting pitchers, led by Justin Verlander and Gerrit Cole — you remember him Yankees fans. But it is not just the starters, the Astros have a complete staff, something rare these days, as they rebuilt their bullpen this season. They added setup man Ryan Pressly and closer…
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Raissman: If Odell Beckham goes into full meltdown mode, not even the Yankees can provide cover

For the Jets and Giants, the Yankees glomming the October spotlight is a wonderful thing.

The longer the Bombers stay alive in the playoffs, the more the shoddy play of both “professional” football teams is put on the back burner in the Valley of the Stupid and other media precincts. Still, there…

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Looking back at past Yankees wild card games heading into do-or-die matchup with A’s

The Yankees and A’s, two teams well acclimated to the highly-debated wild card system, will battle it out Wednesday night for a chance to take on Boston in the ALDS.

Let’s take a look at the Bronx Bombers’ history in the do-or-die wild card game, infamously introduced for the 2012 season.

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