James Paxton RUMORS & NEWS

  • James Paxton Won't Return from Arm Injury in Regular Season

    Bleacher Report "New York Yankees left-handed starting pitcher James Paxton, who has not played since Aug. 20 because of a strained flexor tendon in his left arm, will not return to the field before the end of the regular season on Sept. 27.  Per Pete Caldera of..." September 16

  • James Paxton has setback in return from arm injury

    New York Daily News "James Paxton suffered a setback Wednesday. The Yankees left-hander, who is on the injured list with a strained forearm flexor, “felt a little sore” after throwing Wednesday and won’t throw for “a couple days,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said on his weekly WFAN..." September 11

  • Yankees' James Paxton: Quick restart to blame for rash of pitching injuries

    The Score "New York Yankees left-hander James Paxton is the latest pitcher to suffer an injury during this odd 2020 season. Paxton suffered a left forearm strain and is being shut down for two weeks. The injury occurred after he struggled out of the gate - recording a career-high..." August 23

  • Yankees' James Paxton, Gleyber Torres Placed on Injured List

    SI "Both Yankees' shortstop Gleyber Torres and left-hander James Paxton are headed to the injured list, the team announced Friday evening. Torres has Grade 1 strains in both his left hamstring and quad while Paxton will be sidelined with a Grade 1 strain in his left forearm..." August 21

  • Yankees James Paxton to undergo MRI for elbow discomfort

    Pinstripe Alley "It’s been a few minutes, so that means I need to break into your regularly scheduled broadcast to announce the latest Yankees injury. This time it’s left-handed pitcher James Paxton, who will undergo an MRI for elbow and forearm discomfort. Aaron..." August 20

  • Why there's reason to worry about Yankees lefty James Paxton after lousy 2020 debut

    CBS Sports "Saturday night at Nationals Park, the Washington Nationals and New York Yankees finally continued their season opening series. The two clubs opened the 2020 season Thursday evening with a rain-shortened affair and did not play again until Saturday night...." July 27

  • Five Yankees who will benefit the most from short MLB schedule

    New York Post "In between tracking the talks between the owners and players about what a possible 2020 season could deliver, The Post is looking at five Yankees who could benefit from a shortened schedule and the possibility of rosters expanding from 26 to 30. When it was apparent the season..." June 04

  • Yankees' James Paxton Calls Out His Own White Privilege

    WFAN Sports Radio "Many athletes participated in #BlackoutTuesday on social media as a symbol to stand up to racism, but Yankees pitcher James Paxton shared an introspective message on the matter. The 31-year-old southpaw acknowledged his past silence on the issue and how that was a byproduct of his..." June 02

  • James Paxton confirms he'll be ready to pitch when baseball returns

    The Score "New York Yankees left-hander James Paxton is healthy and will be ready to pitch whenever baseball resumes. Paxton confirmed Friday he's been throwing regular bullpens after recovering from February back surgery. "I think I've thrown probably 12-14..." May 22

  • James Paxton’s Yankees fortunes completely changed amid break

    New York Post "There is no denying if the season gets underway in July the Yankees will have benefited from the delayed start by virtue of having Giancarlo Stanton and possibly Aaron Judge, who each wouldn’t have been ready for Opening Day on March 26. Since Stanton and Judge have..." May 15

  • Aaron Boone provides an injury update on four key players

    Empire Sports Media "New York Yankees skipper Aaron Boone gave us an injury update on four key players in a recent radio interview. Giancarlo Stanton Stanton was diagnosed with a grade one calf strain in spring training. He had just two plate appearances and was expected to miss an extended..." May 05

  • Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton and James Paxton ‘continue to heal’

    New York Post "There’s no telling when the Yankees and the rest of baseball might start playing again, but in the meantime, Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton are among those who have remained in Tampa, trying to make sure they are healthy if and when the sport resumes this..." April 25