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  • 2017 Coaching Staff

    The New York Yankees Player Development office has officially announced the 2017 Tampa Yankees Field Staff. MORE »
  • Tampa Yankees nominated by FSL for 2016 Charles K. Murphy Patriot Award

    Directors and General Managers of the Florida State League have nominated the Tampa Yankees for the Charles K. Murphy Patriot Award. The award recognizes a team for their outstanding support of and engagement with the United States Armed Forces and veterans, both at the ballpark and in the community. MORE »
  • Season Ends for T-Yanks as Marauders Capture FSL Title

    The Tampa Yankees entered the postseason with the best pitching staff in the league. In the end, the league's top offense came away with the title as the Bradenton Marauders clinched their first Florida State League Championship with a 4-1 victory in Game 4 on Monday night at McKechnie Field. MORE »
  • Yankees Shutout by Keller, Marauders in Game 3

    Connor Spencer reached base three times, but the rest of the Tampa Yankees (1-2) struggled against RHP Mitch Keller in a shutout loss, 9-0, to the Bradenton Marauders (2-1) on Sunday night at McKechnie Field. MORE »
  • Clutch Hitting Helps Yankees Even Series in Bradenton

    The Tampa Yankees (1-1) scored four of their five runs with a trio of two-out hits on their way to defeating the Bradenton Marauders (1-1), 5-4, on Saturday night at McKechnie Field, pulling the best-of-five Florida State League Championship Series even at a game apiece. MORE »
  • Cornelius Homers in Game 1 Loss at Bradenton

    After playing 37 innings over the last three nights, the Tampa Yankees (0-1) dropped the opener of the Florida State League Championship Series to the rested Bradenton Marauders (1-0), 8-1, on Friday night at McKechnie Field. MORE »
  • Tampa Wins FSL North Crown in Dunedin

    The Tampa Yankees (2-1) rallied for six runs in the sixth inning, including a pair of three-run home runs by Rashad Crawford and Trey Amburgey, and held on to defeat the Dunedin Blue Jays (1-2) in a nail-biter, 9-8, on Thursday night at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, winning the decisive Game Three and moving on to the Florida State League Championship Series. MORE »
  • After 15-Inning Marathon, D-Jays Force Game 3 vs. T-Yanks

    The Tampa Yankees (1-1) were the "home" team, but the Dunedin Blue Jays (1-1) celebrated a win in their home ballpark, forcing a decisive Game 3 after a marathon 15-inning contest on Wednesday night at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium. MORE »
  • Torres, Yankees Win Pivotal Game 1 in Dunedin, 2-1 in 13 Innings

    Entering their first playoff run in six years, the Yankees knew the importance of winning game one of a best-of-three series. After 13 innings of quality pitching by both sides, Tampa defeated the Dunedin Blue Jays, 2-1, on Tuesday night at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium. MORE »
  • Lakeland Sweeps Tampa in Doubleheader to Close Regular Season

    The regular season closed with the Tampa Yankees (35-31, 77-58) losing both ends of a doubleheader to the Lakeland Flying Tigers (26-38, 60-72), 5-4 in 10 innings and 6-4 in seven innings, on Sunday afternoon at George M. Steinbrenner Field. MORE »