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Spring Game 8: Yankees vs. Orioles

The Yankees are under the lights for their first night game of the spring here at George M. Steinbrenner Field, welcoming the Baltimore Orioles to town. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. ET, and the game is being televised on YES.

Here are the lineups:

ORIOLES
David Lough CF
Jemile Weeks 2B
Delmon Young DH
Steve Clevenger C
Steve Pearce 1B
Ryan Flaherty SS
Francisco Peguero RF
Quintin Berry LF
Cord Phelps 3B

Wei-Yin Chen LHP

Also scheduled to pitch: Brad Brach, Evan Meek, Ryan Webb.

YANKEES
Jacoby Ellsbury CF
Derek Jeter DH
Carlos Beltran RF
Brian Roberts 2B
Eduardo Nunez 3B
Francisco Cervelli C
Brendan Ryan SS
Russ Canzler 1B
Yangervis Solarte LF

David Phelps RHP

Also scheduled to pitch: Matt Thornton, Brian Gordon, Chris Leroux, Chase Whitley.

Mark Teixeira faces live pitching; aims to play Thursday

Mark Teixeira said that it was “pretty uneventful” to stand in against live pitching on Monday morning, but as the Yankees first baseman inches back toward game action, every step is an important one.

Teixeira took three swings from each side of the plate on the main field at George M. Steinbrenner Field, facing left-hander Manny Banuelos and right-hander Jose Campos. Teixeira ended the session with a solid single to left field off Banuelos.

“I wish I’d gotten a little more work, but we’ll get more work the next time I’m out there,” Teixeira said.

Teixeira said that he has not had any issues with his surgically repaired right wrist, but hitting left-handed is his main concern since it is his bottom hand from that side.

“In BP I’ve been swinging hard, but BP swings and game swings are totally different when you’ve got a guy throwing 90-plus,” Teixeira said. “I didn’t get any inside pitches, which I was hoping for today, but we’ll get more work in and I’m sure it will keep getting better.”

Teixeira said that the plan is to take live batting practice again on Tuesday and Wednesday, and then play on Thursday against the Phillies in Clearwater, Fla.

“I feel pretty good. We’ve been here over two weeks now and the wrist is getting stronger,” Teixeira said. “That’s the biggest thing. It needs to get stronger. The bat speed is pretty good. We’ll keep building up and hopefully on April 1 it’s feeling really good and the swing’s feeling really good and I’m ready to roll.”

Spring Game 1: Yankees vs. Florida State University

The Yankees open their spring exhibition slate this afternoon at 1:05 p.m., when they’ll take on the Florida State University squad here at George M. Steinbrenner Field.

Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston will be with the Seminoles and could see action in today’s game. FSU head football coach Jimbo Fisher is scheduled to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. There is no TV or radio coverage of today’s game.

Here are the lineups:

FLORIDA STATE
Josh Delph DH
Justin Gonzalez SS
DJ Stewart LF
Brett Knief RF
John Nogowski 1B
Jose Brizuela 3B
John Sansone 2B
Ben DeLuzio CF
Danny De La Calle C

Mike Compton RHP

YANKEES
Brett Gardner CF
Francisco Cervelli C
Kelly Johnson 3B
Russ Canzler 1B
Zoilo Almonte LF
Brendan Ryan SS
Adonis Garcia RF
Yangervis Solarte 2B
John Ryan Murphy DH

Vidal Nuno LHP

Nuno is scheduled to be followed by: RHP Brian Gordon, RHP Shane Greene, RHP Bryan Mitchell and LHP Francisco Rondon.

ICYMI: The Yankees’ week in review

(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

It’s understandable if you might have missed a story or two coming out of Yankees camp last week. There are only so many panels and headline slots on the main Yankees.com page, and the Bombers were providing more than enough to keep the store fully stocked. Here’s a look back at the content we sent out to the ‘net:

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Day 7: One week of camp complete (photos)

If you’re just counting from the official date for pitchers and catchers, the first week of camp is in the books for the Yankees, and so here are the photos to prove it. Today’s main attraction took place early in the morning, as Masahiro Tanaka faced live hitters for the first time since he closed out the Japan Series for the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles last Nov. 3rd.

There’s plenty of the big stars in today’s gallery of snapshots — and a few that wound up on the cutting room floor, too. Here’s the best ones I gathered. I think we’ve gone a little light on the pitchers so far this spring, photo-wise. Now that we’re getting in the swing of things, that’ll be something to look for in the near future.

As for our stories, I’m be handing the game ball over to MLB.com’s Adam Berry (@adamdberry) for the next few days. Stay tuned to his feed — and, of course to Yankees.com — more updates from camp. Enjoy the weekend!

All photos credit: Bryan Hoch / MLB.com

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