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4-14-14: Derek Jeter’s final ride isn’t off to an amazing start, yet his New York Yankees are still somehow in a first place tie atop the AL East with a 7-6 start. They got the past week started on the wrong foot with a 2-1 series loss to the Baltimore Orioles, but seemed to get back on track by taking three of four games against bitter rivals, the Boston Red Sox. Carlos Beltran has been the man making the offense go for the Yanks, tying for the team lead with three homers and also contributing eight RBI’s.

4-7-14: The New York Yankees had an up and down start to the 2014 MLB season, going just 3-3 in the first week. The Yanks dropped their first two games of the year to the Houston Astros before preventing a sweep with a 4-3 win in Houston, then capped week one by claiming two of three contests with the Toronto Blue Jays. New York has struggled out of the gates on offense, knocking out just one homer through the first six games, while shortstop Derek Jeter has gotten his final season off to a sluggish start, batting just .250.

4-2-14: Derek Jeter started his final season in pin stripes with a loss, as the New York Yankees struggled to generate offense in a 6-2 defeat by the hands of the Houston Astros. Jeter himself managed a hit, but the rest of the team connected on just five thanks to six solid innings from Astros starting pitcher, Scott Feldman. C.C. Sabathia was rocked in New York’s season opener, giving up eight hits and all six of Houston’s runs in just six innings.

3-27-14: The New York Yankees are once again trying to trade future Hall of Fame outfielder Ichiro Suzuki and his $6.5 million contract. The Bronx Bombers are willing to eat some of the money owed to Ichiro in order to get a better prospect in return in the deal no deal is imminent. Michael Pineda has beaten out David Phelps, Vidal Nuno, and Adam Warren in the team's fifth starter competition with the races for the bullpen and last two bench spots, with the back injury to Brendan Ryan keeping him from being on the Opening Day roster, still up for grabs. Yangervis Solarte, Dean Anna, Eduardo Nunez, and Scott Sizemore all seem to be the finalists for the bench jobs while Preston Claiborne, Dellin Betances, Cesar Cabral, and the losers of the fifth starter competition, among others, are vying for the bullpen slots. The Yankees have clinched a winning spring, have Jacoby Ellsbury playing in minor league games with Opening Day in his sights, and are playing out their time hoping to be healthy heading into 2014.

3-20-14: The New York Yankees have had some competition this spring with a wide open bullpen, four pitchers vying for the fifth spot in the starting rotation, and a plethora of infield options fighting for one bench spot making the spring fun to watch. Dellin Betances has dominated big league hitting as well as Masahiro Tanaka since coming to the United States from Japan. Michael Pineda has shined with his slider and has all but won the fifth starter competition beating out David Phelps, Vidal Nuno, and Adam Warren. The Yankees have struggled recently getting no hit against the Miami Marlins in the first game of the Legend Series in Panama honoring Mariano Rivera and have either lost or tied several games in the Grapefruit League. Jacoby Ellsbury has been sidelined with what is being described as a precautionary right calf injury, conveniently missing two games against his former Boston Red Sox team, and is looking to be ready for Opening Day on April 1 at the Houston Astros.

3-13-14: The New York Yankees have plenty of new shiny toys to show off and showcase this spring in Carlos Beltran, Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, and Masahiro Tanaka to name a few. New York also got the news that 2014 would be the final year of Derek Jeter's storied career. Mix that in with the return of Mark Teixeira from a wrist injury, Ichiro Suzuki continuing his march towards 3,000 hits in the states in a part time role, Tanaka making his state side debut and making batters look silly with his splitter, the return of Michael Pineda to the mound after two years off, and all the prospect depth and competitions going on and it has been a fun and interesting spring for all Bronx Bombers fans.

3-5-14: The Yankees made a ton of noise this off-season in terms of free-agent spending and they seem boys for a strong season. Coming into the spring outfielder Brett Gardner signed a four-year contract worth $52 million. Masahiro Tanaka struck out three batters in his United States debut. And first baseman Mark Teixeira, who has not played since his brief stint last season is on track to begin spring-training games. Also a slimmed-down CC sabathia you look sharp in his first spring-training outing.

3-4-14: Tanaka will get his first spring training start for the Yankees this Thursday as the Yanks visit Bright House Networks Field in Clearwater, Florida vs the Phillies. Tanaka pitched 2 scoreless innings for the club earlier this weekend against the same Phillies squad. The current cheapest ticket available behind home plate is $18.

3-3-14: Big money pitcher Masahiro Tanaka had a stellar spring training debut, striking out 3 in two scoreless innings over the Phillies. Tanaka is expected to make his first start for the team this Thursday vs the Phillies. Tickets for the game currently average $45 on the secondary market, with cheapest seat costing $18.

2-28-14: Derek Jeter made his Spring Training Debut yesterday in an 8-2 loss against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Jeter, who will be retiring at the end of this season, went 0 for 2 on two ground outs. Jeter was plagued by injury last season and missed all but 17 games during the Yankees 85-77 season that saw them miss the playoffs for the first time since 2008.

2-27-14: The Yankees will hope for the best when Masahiro Tanaka makes his pitching debut for the team this Saturday in a Spring Training game vs the Philadelphia Phillies. Tanaka will pitch for 2 innnings, along with CC Sabathia and Hiroki Kuroda. Tanaka signed a massive $155 million contract with the team this past off-season.

2-26-14: The Yankees faced Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston during their 8-3 exhibition victory vs Florida State. Winston was substituted in left field and went 0 for 2 with a strikeout and groundout. Ramon Flores homered for the Yanks in the 8th inning. The Yankees begin a 2 game set with the Pirates this afternoon.

2-25-14: The Yankees will take the field for a Spring Training exhibition against the Florida State Seminoles this Tuesday. Expected to close the game is Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston. The two-sport student athlete lead the 'Noles to a national championship this past season. On the mound, he's only allowed 1 hit over 4 innings in 2014.

2-13-14 @ 9 AM:

  • The current average ticket price for Jeter's last game is $1,112.93, which is up 265.05% since the time of the announcement ($304.87)
  • The current get in price is $306 which is up 1,076.92% since the time of the announcement ($26)
  • In the same time period above the Yankees home average ticket price increased from $206.97 to $236.48
  • Single Game pre sale begins on 2/18
  • By about 2:55pm Wednesday most tickets had been bought or pulled down by brokers and have since been relisted at higher prices

Below is the price movement for the last game of the Yankees regular season in Boston, which might be his final game of his career:

  • The current average ticket price is $650.80, which is up 160.69% since the time of announcement ($249.65)
  • The current get in price is $298, which is up 192.16% since announcement ($102)

2-12-14 @ 6 PM:

  • The current average ticket price for Jeter's last game is $1,153.01, which is up 43.49% since 3:17pm EST ($803.54), up 176.08% since 2:46pm EST ($417.64), up 278.20% since 2:08pm EST ($304.87)
  • The current get in price is $278 which is up 348.39% since 2:46pm EST ($62) and 969.23% since 2:08 PM ($26)
  • In the same time period above the Yankees home average ticket price increased from $206.97 to $224.94
  • The Yankees 12 game pack with the home finale sold out shortly after the announcement. They also have a single game presale on 2/18
  • By about 2:55pm most tickets had been bought or pulled down by brokers and have since been relisted at higher prices
Below is the price movement for the last game of the Yankees regular season in Boston, which might be his final game of his career:

  • The current average ticket price is $509.90, which is up 104.25% since the time of announcement ($249.65)
  • The current get in price is $265, which is up 159.80% since announcement ($102)

Below is some price data on Mo Rivera's final home game last season:

  • At its peak average price on 3/9/13 tickets for his final home game were $467.06 and fell to a final average of $237.89 on the day of game (-49.07%)
  • At its peak get in price on 3/11/13 ticket for his final home game were $143 and fell to a final get in of $59 (-58.74%)

2-12-14: New York Yankees tickets have skyrocketed since the announcement, here's a graph showing the price changes in the last four hours:

2-12-14: Derek Jeter has announced via Facebook that the 2014 season will be his last.

1-24-14: The Yankees missed the playoffs for only the second time since 1995 this past season and went into the offseason looking to make sure that won’t be the case next year. The Bronx Bombers did this by overhauling their lineup and signing some key free agents such as P Masahiro Tanaka, C Brian McCann, OF Jacoby Ellsbury and OF Carlos Beltran. They still have questions to be answered as 3B Alex Rodriguez is suspended for the entire 2014 season due to PED use but expect them to make a trade as they have five quality outfielders for three positions.

1-22-14: The Yankees have landed Masahiro Tanaka. Tanaka and the Yankees have agreed on a seven-year $155M deal. The deal includes an opt-out after fourth year.

1-7-14: The New York Yankees of already done a lot of spending this off-season but are prepared to do a lot more once the bidding war for Japanese picture Tanaka begins. Yankees have short update outfield through free agency still have a week starting rotation. The outcome of the Alex Rodriguez case will have huge implications as to how much they're willing to spend on Tanaka.

12-9-13: After missing the playoffs last season and watching the rival Red Sox win the World Series the Yankees have begun spending spree this off-season. Unfortunately for the Yankees they will not have second baseman Robinson Cano anymore who left via free agency to the Seattle Mariners but they have attempted to replace his offense of production with solid pieces. Yankees signed outfielder Jacoby Elsberry to a seven year deal worth over $150 million. They also short I was a weakness for them last season at the catcher position by signing former Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann. Carlos Beltran is always flirted with the Yankees during his free-agent. But now has finally come and sign with them. The Yankees gave the 36-year-old veteran outfielder a three-year deal with $45 million hoping that hecan continue being an effective offensive player that he has been for the past three seasons in San Francisco and St. Louis. Another key loss for the Yankees is outfielder Curtis Granderson left for the Mets with the signing of Jacoby Elsberry the Yankees should not miss him very much at all. The Yankees continue to search the free-agent and trade market for pitchers.

11-25-13: The Yankees said they were going to be active this offseason and have made their first major move. The Yanks and all-star catcher Brian McCann have agreed on a five-year, $85 million contract.

10-23-13: In a report released today by Bloomberg, the Yankees estimated value is $3.28 billion, the most in the major leagues.

10-21-13: According to reports, the Yankees are working on a plan to spend big money this offseason. The main targets are resigning 2nd baseman Robinson Cano, along with Japanese starter Masahiro Tanaka, Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann and St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Carlos Beltran. The spending spree could add up to $300 million.

10-21-13: The Yankees announced 2014 primary market ticket pricing today. Here is an overview below:

Location 2013 Full-Season Licensee Price per Game 2014 Full-Season Licensee Price per Game Change
Field MVP Club Seat Level (Rows 12-21: 116-124) $260 $235 Decrease
Field MVP Level (Rows 22-26: 116-124)* $225 $200 Decrease
Field MVP Level (Rows 22-26: 120A-122)* $210 $190 Decrease
Field Level (Rows 12-21: 115) $225 $200 Decrease
Field Level (Rows 12-14: 114A, 114B)* $210 $190 Decrease
Field Level (Rows 22-30: 115; Rows 12-21: 125; Rows 12-14: 126, 127A) $210 $190 Decrease
Field Level (Rows 22-30: 125; Rows 15-30: 114a, 114b, 126)* $175 $160 Decrease
Field Level (Rows 15-30:127A; Rows 12-14: 112, 113, 127b, 128) $150 $150 No Change
Field Level (Rows 1-14: 111,129; Rows 15-30: 112, 113, 127b, 128)* $120 $120 No Change
Field Level (Rows 2-14: 108-110, 130) $100 $100 No Change
Field Level (Rows 15-30: 111, 129; Rows 5-14: 103-107)* $90 $90 No Change
Field Level (Row 7-29: 131; Rows 15-30: 110, 130)* $80 $80 No Change
Field Level (Rows 15-30: 105, 106, 107, 108, 109)* $75 $75 No Change
Field Level (132)* $65 $75 Increase
Field Level (Rows 15-30: 103, 104)* $70 $70 No Change
Field Level (133-136)* $65 $65 No Change
Main Level (Rows 1-22: 216, 217, 223, 224)* $125 $120 Decrease
Main Level (Rows 1-22: 215, 225)* $110 $120 Increase
Main Level (Rows 1-22: 213-214b, 226-227b)* $80 $80 No Change
Main Level (Rows 1-22: 211, 212, 228)* $70 $70 No Change
Main Level (Rows 1-22: 205-209)* $50 $50 No Change
Main Level (210, 229)* $70 $50 Decrease
Main Level (230) $55 $50 Decrease
Main Level (Rows 1-22: 231-234)* $45 $45 No Change
Terrace Level (Rows 1-10: 322, 323) $80 $80 No Change
Terrace Level (Rows 1-10: 315, 316, 324, 325) $65 $65 No Change
Terrace Level (Rows 1-8: 313, 314, 326, 327) $55 $50 Decrease
Terrace Level (Rows 1-10: 308-312, 328-332A) $40 $40 No Change
Terrace Level (Rows 1-10: 305-307, 332B-334) $40 $28 Decrease
Grandstand Level (Rows 1-14: 414-426), Terrace Level ADA* $28 $28 No Change
Grandstand Level (Rows 1-14: 405-413, 427-434B), Terrace Level ADA* $20 $20 No Change
Bleachers (Rows 1-24: 201-239) $20 $20 No Change
Bleachers (Rows 1-24: 201/239 Obstructed View)* $12 $15 Increase

9-30-13: With the New York Yankees on the verge ofelimination from playoff contention they have no one but themselves to blame. The season was marred with injuries the entire way with the likes of Mark Teixeira Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez all missing significant amounts of time. In the end it was subpar performance is on the mound from CC Sabayhia and Hiroki Kuroda. Kurodawas good all season until the tail end when he lost seven of his last nine decisions. The Yankees will have many off-season decisions to make but the biggest one is for second baseman Robinson Canal will be an unrestricted free agent. Represented by Jay-Z's company Robinson Cano will certainly look for a max deal. Should the Yankees decide to retain the 30-year-old second baseman they will probably have to spend in the ballpark of $180 million. With just five games left the Yankees will finish the last two home games against the Tampa Bay rays and then travel to Houston over the weekend to face the Astros to close out the season.

8-22-13: Infielder Jayson Nix fractured his hand yesterday after being hit by a pitch in the bottom of the 2nd inning by Blue Jays starter R.A. Dickey. There is no timetable for his return but he could miss the rest of the season.

8-21-13: Ichiro Suzuki becomes just the third player (Ty Cobb and Pete Rose) in history to get 4,000 career hits in professional baseball. Ichiro had 1,278 hits over nine seasons in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball as a member of the Orix Blue, and now has 2,722 total hits in his time in America. The Yankees went on to win the game 4-2, their fourth win in a row.

8-20-13: With all the drama swirling around the club the New York Yankees have not let it affect them on the baseball field. Ironically Alex Rodriguez has been in the middle of their recent success. The Yankees won three straight series against the Angels Tigers and Red Sox. This week they will play four games against the Toronto Blue Jays starting with the doubleheader on Tuesday. Alfonso Soriano has been on a tear recording 18 RBIs in four games a Yankee record. Currently the Yankees are in fourth place eight games out of the division and 6.5 games back from the wildcard.

8-16-13: The Yankees have signed Mark Reynolds after the Indians designated the slumping infielder for assignment last week. In his first game for the Yankees, against the Red Sox, Reynolds went 2-for-5 with a homer and 3 RBI as the Yankees defeated the Red Sox 10-3.

8-15-13: The Yankees defeated the Angels 11-3 on Wednesday night to increase their winning streak to 4 games in a row, and 5 out of 6. Alfonso Soriano has driven in 13 RBI and hit three homers over the last two games to carry the offense. The hot two days make him just one of three players in Major League Baseball history to drive in at least six runs in consecutive games. The Rangers' Rusty Greer in 1997 and the Brewers' Geoff Jenkins in 2001, were the other two.

8-6-13: The Yankees have struggled out of the All-Star break and are in fourth place in the American league east division. Currently they sit 8.5 games out of first place in the division. Alex Rodriguez has also been suspended through the 2014 season, but will be able to play with the team until the appeals process is complete. He made his return against the White Sox on Monday, going 1-for-4 with a bloop single in an 8-1 Yankees loss.

Francisco Cervelli and minor-league outfielder Fernado Martinez were also suspended for 50 games for PEDs as part of the Biogenesis investigation.

7-26-13: Alfonso Soriano to the Yankees is a done deal. Of the estimated $24.5 million Soriano is owed through the end of next season, the Cubs will have to eat about $17.7 million of the contract, with the Yankees covering the remaining $6.8 million. In return, the Cubs will get a low-level pitching prospect.

7-23-13: The Yankees are close to trading for Cubs outfielder Alfonso Soriano. If the deal goes down the Yankees would give up a midlevel prospect. This would be Soriano's second stint with the Yankees.

7-19-13: The rough year for Derek Jeter continues as the Yankees once again place him on the DL. This time for a quad injury.

7-18-13: After coming out of the gate fast the Yankees have struggled as of late. Dealing with injuries to several key players including Derek Jeter has caused the Yankees a lot of problems. The Yankees are currently six games out of first and sitting n 6th place in the AL East division. Last week Derek Jeter return to the lineup only to re-injure himself Forcing him to miss more time. Jeter is expected to be out until at least after the All-Star break. Mark Teixeira is out for the season and will have wrist surgery. The Yankees are 51 – 44 With the team ERA of 3.74. Offensively the Yankees are led by soon-to-be free-agent Robinson Cano. I know is batting .302 with 21 home runs and 65 RBIs. The Yankees will head to Boston to face the Red Sox after the All-Star break.

7-7-13: Robinson Cano was voted in as a starter for the 2013 American League all-stars. This will be Cano's 5th all-star game appearance. Mariano Rivera was also selected for the team. David Robertson can still make the team as part of MLB's Final Vote, but currently is only in third place in the voting.

7-6-13: With their 5-4 over the Orioles on Saturday the Yankees extended their winning streak to a season-long six games. The win also moved the Yanks into sole possession of 2nd place in the AL East, 5.5 games behind the Red Sox.

Derek Jeter also made his return to the field with his first rehab game with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. The Captain went 0-for-2 with a walk, and played 5 innings at shortstop.

6-12-13: With almost $100 million on the DL nobody thought the Yankees would do as well as they have. Without the likes of Derek Jeter Mark Teixeira Curtis Granderson and Alex Rodriguez The Yankees have managed to spend almost 2 weeks in first place and currently sit in second place in the AL East division. As their veteran starters come back it will be interesting to see how the fill-in players adjust. Last year, the Yankees were swept by the Tigers in the ALCS.

Date Opponent Time
Apr. 1 at Houston 7:10
Apr. 2 at Houston 8:10
Apr. 3 at Houston 8:10
Apr. 4 at Toronto 7:07
Apr. 5 at Toronto 1:07
Apr. 6 at Toronto 1:07
Apr. 7 Baltimore 1:05
Apr. 8 Baltimore 1:05
Apr. 9 Baltimore 7:05
Apr. 10 Boston 7:05
Apr. 11 Boston 7:05
Apr. 12 Boston 1:05
Apr. 13 Boston 8:00
Apr. 15 Chicago Cubs 7:05
Apr. 16 Chicago Cubs 7:05
Apr. 17 at Tampa Bay 7:10
Apr. 18 at Tampa Bay 7:10
Apr. 19 at Tampa Bay 7:10
Apr. 20 at Tampa Bay 1:40
Apr. 22 at Boston 7:10
Apr. 23 at Boston 7:10
Apr. 24 at Boston 7:10
Apr. 25 LA Angels 7:05
Apr. 26 LA Angels 1:05
Apr. 27 LA Angels 8:00
Apr. 29 Seattle 7:05
Apr. 30 Seattle 7:05
May 1 Seattle 7:05
May 2 Tampa Bay 7:05
May 3 Tampa Bay 1:05
May 4 Tampa Bay 1:05
May 5 at LA Angels 10:05
May 6 at LA Angels 10:05
May 7 at LA Angels 10:05
May 9 at Milwaukee 8:10
May 10 at Milwaukee 7:10
May 11 at Milwaukee 2:10
May 12 NY Mets 7:05
May 13 NY Mets 7:05
May 14 at NY Mets 7:10
May 15 at NY Mets 7:10
May 16 Pittsburgh 7:05
Date Opponent Time
May 17 Pittsburgh 4:05
May 18 Pittsburgh 1:05
May 20 at Chicago Cubs 8:05
May 21 at Chicago Cubs 2:20
May 22 at Chicago Sox 8:10
May 23 at Chicago Sox 8:10
May 24 at Chicago Sox 2:10
May 25 at Chicago Sox 2:10
May 26 at St. Louis 4:00
May 27 at St. Louis 8:15
May 28 at St. Louis 8:15
May 30 Minnesota 7:05
May 31 Minnesota 1:05
Jun. 1 Minnesota 1:05
Jun. 3 Oakland 7:05
Jun. 4 Oakland 7:05
Jun. 5 Oakland 1:05
Jun. 6 at Kansas City 8:10
Jun. 7 at Kansas City 7:15
Jun. 8 at Kansas City 2:10
Jun. 9 at Kansas City 8:10
Jun. 10 at Seattle 10:10
Jun. 11 at Seattle 10:10
Jun. 12 at Seattle 10:10
Jun. 13 at Oakland 10:05
Jun. 14 at Oakland 10:05
Jun. 15 at Oakland 4:05
Jun. 17 Toronto 7:05
Jun. 18 Toronto 7:05
Jun. 19 Toronto 7:05
Jun. 20 Baltimore 7:05
Jun. 21 Baltimore 1:05
Jun. 22 Baltimore 12:00
Jun. 23 at Toronto 7:07
Jun. 24 at Toronto 7:07
Jun. 25 at Toronto 7:07
Jun. 27 Boston 7:05
Jun. 28 Boston 7:15
Jun. 29 Boston 12:00
Jun. 30 Tampa Bay 7:05
Jul. 1 Tampa Bay 7:05
Jul. 2 Tampa Bay 1:05
Date Opponent Time
Jul. 3 at Minnesota 8:10
Jul. 4 at Minnesota 3:00
Jul. 5 at Minnesota 2:10
Jul. 6 at Minnesota 2:10
Jul. 7 at Cleveland 7:05
Jul. 8 at Cleveland 7:05
Jul. 9 at Cleveland 7:05
Jul. 10 at Cleveland 7:05
Jul. 11 at Baltimore 7:05
Jul. 12 at Baltimore 4:05
Jul. 13 at Baltimore 8:00
Jul. 18 Cincinnati 7:05
Jul. 19 Cincinnati 1:05
Jul. 20 Cincinnati 1:05
Jul. 21 Texas 7:05
Jul. 22 Texas 7:05
Jul. 23 Texas 7:05
Jul. 24 Texas 1:05
Jul. 25 Toronto 7:05
Jul. 26 Toronto 1:05
Jul. 27 Toronto 1:05
Jul. 28 at Texas 8:05
Jul. 29 at Texas 8:05
Jul. 30 at Texas 8:05
Aug. 1 at Boston 7:10
Aug. 2 at Boston 4:05
Aug. 3 at Boston 12:00
Aug. 4 Detroit 7:05
Aug. 5 Detroit 7:05
Aug. 6 Detroit 7:05
Aug. 7 Detroit 1:05
Aug. 8 Cleveland 7:05
Aug. 9 Cleveland 1:05
Aug. 10 Cleveland 12:00
Aug. 11 at Baltimore 7:05
Aug. 12 at Baltimore 7:05
Aug. 13 at Baltimore 7:05
Aug. 15 at Tampa Bay 7:10
Aug. 16 at Tampa Bay 4:10
Aug. 17 at Tampa Bay 1:40
Aug. 19 Houston 7:05
Date Opponent Time
Aug. 20 Houston 7:05
Aug. 21 Houston 1:05
Aug. 22 Chicago Sox 7:05
Aug. 23 Chicago Sox 1:05
Aug. 24 Chicago Sox 12:00
Aug. 26 at Detroit 7:08
Aug. 27 at Detroit 7:08
Aug. 28 at Detroit 1:08
Aug. 29 at Toronto 7:07
Aug. 30 at Toronto 1:07
Aug. 31 at Toronto 1:07
Sept. 2 Boston 7:05
Sept. 3 Boston 7:05
Sept. 4 Boston 7:05
Sept. 5 Kansas City 7:05
Sept. 6 Kansas City 4:05
Sept. 7 Kansas City 1:05
Sept. 9 Tampa Bay 7:05
Sept. 10 Tampa Bay 7:05
Sept. 11 Tampa Bay 7:05
Sept. 12 at Baltimore 7:05
Sept. 13 at Baltimore 1:05
Sept. 14 at Baltimore 1:35
Sept. 15 at Tampa Bay 7:10
Sept. 16 at Tampa Bay 7:10
Sept. 17 at Tampa Bay 7:10
Sept. 18 Toronto 7:05
Sept. 19 Toronto 7:05
Sept. 20 Toronto 12:00
Sept. 21 Toronto 1:05
Sept. 22 Baltimore 7:05
Sept. 23 Baltimore 7:05
Sept. 24 Baltimore 1:05
Sept. 25 Baltimore 7:05
Sept. 26 at Boston 7:10
Sept. 27 at Boston 12:00
Sept. 28 at Boston 1:35