At First Yankees Workout, Gerrit Cole Defends His Past With the Astros  The New York TimesView Full Coverage on Google News
Cole got support from his new manager, Aaron Boone, and denied any knowledge of cheating in Houston: “I certainly don’t think I have much to apologize for.”Cole got support from his new manager, Aaron Boone, and denied any knowledge of cheating in Houston: “I certainly don’t think I have much to apologize for.”

The Yankees’ closer, speaking publicly for the first time since the night that the surrendered Jose Aluve’s pennant-winning homer last October, shares many of the doubts and pains that many teammates already have voiced.TAMPA — Add Aroldis Chapman to the list of officially aggrieved — and suspicious — pinstriped parties. The Yankees’ closer, speaking publicly for the first time since the night he surrendered

Aroldis Chapman 'suspicious' of Jose Altuve's ALCS celebration

Yanks not impressed with Astros’ apology; Chapman considers Altuve’s ALCS homer ‘suspicious.’ Paxton gives an injury update; Sanchez alters his catching stance.Yanks not impressed with Astros’ apology; Chapman considers Altuve’s ALCS homer ‘suspicious.’ Paxton gives an injury update; Sanchez alters his catching stance.

New York Yankees News: Astros apologies get poor reviews - Pinstripe Alley

“Gary Sánchez on the video of Jose Altuve protecting his jersey after Game 6 of the ALCS: "If I hit a homer and get my team to the World Series, they can rip off my pants. They can rip everything off."”

Lindsey Adler on Twitter: "Gary Sánchez on the video of Jose Altuve protecting his jersey after Game 6 of the ALCS: "If I hit a homer and get my team to the World Series, they can rip off my pants. They can rip everything off.""

“Aaron Boone on if he's convinced the Astros weren't wearing devices during last year's ALCS: "No. That's certainly one of those great unknowns...I don't really dwell on things I am unable to control...I look at it now as it's time to move on and look forward" https://t.co/WaLjP330IT”

Yankees Videos on Twitter: "Aaron Boone on if he's convinced the Astros weren't wearing devices during last year's ALCS: "No. That's certainly one of those great unknowns...I don't really dwell on things I am unable to control...I look at it now as it's time to move on and look forward"… https://t.co/BFPiWtbN0B"

“Gary Sanchez was asked about Jose Altuve’s HR in ALCS Game 6: “I can tell you this, if I hit a home run to send my team to the World Series, they can rip off my pants. They can rip off anything.””

Bryan Hoch on Twitter: "Gary Sanchez was asked about Jose Altuve’s HR in ALCS Game 6: “I can tell you this, if I hit a home run to send my team to the World Series, they can rip off my pants. They can rip off anything.”"

“Aaron Boone on the Astros, his 1st impressions of 2020 and the sky high expectations for his @Yankees. I go 1-on-1 with the skipper tonight at 11 pm on @ABC7NY ⚾️”

Ryan Field on Twitter: "Aaron Boone on the Astros, his 1st impressions of 2020 and the sky high expectations for his @Yankees. I go 1-on-1 with the skipper tonight at 11 pm on @ABC7NY ⚾️… https://t.co/3XZE7OJ7Yd"

Gerrit Cole saw nothing, heard nothing and does not have anything to apologize for.Gerrit Cole saw nothing, heard nothing and does not have anything to apologize for.

Gerrit Cole on Astros cheating: I have nothing to apologize for - New York Daily News

The final snapshot of Aroldis Chapman's 2019 season was a slow trudge off the field as Houston’s Minute Maid Park erupted in celebration, a bemused smirk spilling across his face. The Yankees closer isn’t sure if José Altuve knew that a slider was coming on that pennant-decidingThe final snapshot of Aroldis Chapman's 2019 season was a slow trudge off the field as Houston’s Minute Maid Park erupted in celebration, a bemused smirk spilling across his face. The Yankees closer isn’t sure if José Altuve knew that a slider was coming on that pennant-deciding

Aroldis Chapman addresses Astros' controversy | MLB.com

New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman added that he believes more Houston Astros players should apologize to fans for cheating.

Why Yankees’ Aroldis Chapman isn’t buying Astros’ Jose Altuve’s buzzer excuse - nj.com

In a statement, former Astros manager AJ Hinch clarified his response about buzzers in his interview last week with SI and MLB Network.In a statement, former Astros manager AJ Hinch clarified his response about buzzers in his interview last week with SI and MLB Network.

AJ Hinch unaware if Astros used buzzers in sign stealing - Sports Illustrated

Yankees catcher Gary Sánchez and manager Aaron Boone are not convinced the Houston Astros' use of electronics did not continue into last year's AL Championship Series.Yankees catcher Gary Sánchez and manager Aaron Boone are not convinced the Houston Astros' use of electronics did not continue into last year's AL Championship Series.

When the New York Yankees unloaded $324 million over the next nine-year for star pitcher Gerrit Cole, not only did they expect quality...When the New York Yankees unloaded $324 million over the next nine-year for star pitcher Gerrit Cole, not only did they expect quality...

New York Yankees' Gerrit Cole gushes over World Series or Bust mentality

When the New York Yankees unloaded $324 million over the next nine-year for star pitcher Gerrit Cole, not only did they expect quality...When the New York Yankees unloaded $324 million over the next nine-year for star pitcher Gerrit Cole, not only did they expect quality...

New York Yankees' Gerrit Cole gushes over World Series or Bust mentality

New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino faced an emotional conundrum after learning the truth behind the Houston Astros...New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino faced an emotional conundrum after learning the truth behind the Houston Astros...

Yankees' Luis Severino faced emotional conundrum after Houston cheating scandal

New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino faced an emotional conundrum after learning the truth behind the Houston Astros...New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino faced an emotional conundrum after learning the truth behind the Houston Astros...

Yankees' Luis Severino faced emotional conundrum after Houston cheating scandal

We’re entering the initial stages of a routine for the 2020 season. Aaron Boone had his first press conference of the year yesterday. We’re seeing amazing cell phone video of pitchers’ first bullpens. And we’re beginning to get our first public comments of the year from the players. We’re a little more than a week […]

Spring Training News & Notes: Gerrit Cole Speaks, Astros Press Conference, & More - Views from 314 Ft.

"I've spent time, as I'm sure a lot of people have, wondering all the things that could have potentially been going on, and we'll probably never know for sure."

Gary Sanchez, Aaron Boone not sure the Astros didn't steal signs in 2019 | Boston.com

Yankees manager Aaron Boone says Gary Sanchez has improved defensively over the years, but that there is "still a lot of meat on that bone" when it comes to how he can improve.TAMPA — Aaron Boone said he believes Gary Sanchez’s defense behind the plate has gotten better, but there continues to be work to be done. “There’s still a lot of meat on that bone,’’ the

What Yankees are doing to make Gary Sanchez a better defender

The Yankees are saying all the right things about the Astros' sign-stealing scandal, but it is not hard to tell they aren’t letting go of the anger that easily. Click to read.The Yankees are saying all the right things about the Astros' sign-stealing scandal, but it is not hard to tell they aren’t letting go of the anger that easily. Click to read.

Yankees Struggling To Put Astros Anger Behind Them | WFAN Sports Radio 66AM 101.9FM

TAMPA, Fla. — Gerrit Cole no longer plays for the Pittsburgh Pirates, but he hasn’t forgotten his first professional organization. Cole keeps close tabs on the Pirates. The right-hander still talks to some of his former teammates, though he last played for Pittsburgh in 2017 before being traded to theTAMPA, Fla. — Gerrit Cole no longer plays for the Pittsburgh Pirates, but he hasn’t forgotten his first professional organization. Cole keeps close tabs on the Pirates. The right-hander still talks to some of his former teammates, though he last played for Pittsburgh in 2017 before being traded to the

New Yankees pitcher Gerrit Cole keeping close tabs on Pirates | TribLIVE.com