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New York Yankees schedule, roster and 2022 predictions

Matt Johnson
New York Yankees schedule, Yankees roster
Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Yankees schedule will carry this team through a 2022 MLB season with expectations set upon this team reaching the World Series. Sportsnaut provides the latest game picks, record predictions and an overview of the Yankees roster in 2022.

Bookmark this page for updates on the New York Yankees schedule, including scores, this season.

New York Yankees schedule today: May 20

Game:Time (EST):TV Info
vs White Sox7:05 PMYES, MLB.TV
  • Over/Under: 8.0 runs
  • Moneyline: Yankees (-200)
  • Spread: Yankees, -2.5
  • Sportsnaut prediction: Yankees 6, White Sox 3

The New York Yankees couldn’t pull off the sweep at Camden Yards, losing to the Baltimore Orioles in the series finale of a four-game set thanks to a walk-off homer by Anthony Santander. New York is the last team to reach double-digits losses this season.

Moving ahead, New York returns to Yankee Stadium with a rematch against the Chicago White Sox. It’s a three-game set on the Yankees schedule as New York looks to maintain its dominance over the American League. The Yankees are favored Friday’s game and expectations for the best team in baseball are to win this series.

What channel is the Yankees game on?

Today, the Yankees are playing on YES Network. For baseball fans outside New York with MLB.TV or MLB Extra Innings, the game will also be available.

Related: MLB power rankings 2022 – Houston Astros challenging Yankees for No. 1 spot

New York Yankees roster: 2022 Yankees lineup, rotation

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Here is the projected everyday New York Yankees lineup and starting rotation. The bullpen will be updated before the Yankees schedule begins. For the start of the 2022 season, teams are permitted to use 28-man rosters to break camp and it will carry over through April.

On May 2, New York optioned Miguel Andujar and Clarke Schmidt to Triple-A to reach the 26-man roster limit.

New York Yankees lineup

  • 1. Anthony Rizzo – 1B
  • 2. Aaron Judge – RF
  • 3. Joey Gallo – LF
  • 4. Giancarlo Stanton – DH
  • 5. Josh Donaldson – 3B
  • 6. Aaron Hicks – CF
  • 7. Gleyber Torres/DJ LeMahieu – 2B
  • 8. Isiah Kiner-Falefa – SS
  • 9. Kyle Higashiola/Jose Trevino – C

The Yankees lineup will look different daily depending on the pitching matchup and who is swinging a hot bat. DJ LeMahieu will see time at multiple spots and manager Aaron Boone already said Donaldson will be among the mix of leadoff hitters.

New York Yankees rotation

  • 1. Gerrit Cole
  • 2. Jordan Montgomery
  • 3. Luis Severino
  • 4. Jameson Taillon
  • 5. Néstor Cortes Jr.

The 2022 Yankees rotation will be a lot stronger than the pitching staff a year prior. Luis Severino is back as a starter, fully recovered from Tommy John surgery with his velocity approaching normal levels. There are some durability concerns with Severino, Tailloin and Montgomery, but there is plenty of pitching depth. Domingo Germán (shoulder) likely returns in June and the Yankees have Michael King, Clarke Schmidt and Deivi Garcia waiting in the wings.

Related: 2022 MLB power rankings

New York Yankees bullpen

  • Closer: Aroldis Chapman
  • Setup: Jonathan Loáisiga, Chad Green
  • Relievers: Clay Holmes, Wandy Peralta, Luis Gil, Joely Rodriguez, Michael King, Lucas Luetge, Albert Abreu

New York Yankees 28-man roster

  • C: Kyle Higashioka, Jose Trevino
  • Infielders: Anthony Rizzo, DJ LeMahieu, Gleyber Torres, Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Marwin Gonzalez
  • Outfielders: Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Hicks, Joey Gallo, Tim Locastro
  • Starting Pitchers: Gerrit Cole, Luis Severino, Jordan Montgomery, Jameson Taillon, Nestor Cortes
  • Relievers: Aroldis Chapman, Jonathan Loáisiga, Chad Green, Clay Holmes, Wandy Peralta, Miguel Castro, Lucas Luetge, Michael King, Clarke Schmidt, Ron Marinaccia

New York Yankees transactions

  • April 16: Optioned left-handed pitcher JP Sears to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
  • April 17: Recalled outfielder Tim Locastro from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
  • April 26: Recalled infielder Miguel Andujar from AAA, placed Aaron Hicks on paternity list
  • April 28: Optioned right-handed pitcher Ron Marinaccio to AAA, reinstated Aaron Hicks
  • May 2: Optioned Miguel Andujar and Clarke Schmidt to Triple-A Scranton

New York Yankees stats – 2021 stat leaders

New York hitting stats:

  • Batting Average: .287 – Aaron Judge
  • Home Runs: 39 – Aaron Judge
  • RBI: 98 – Aaron Judge
  • Runs Scored: 89 – Aaron Judge
  • Hits: 160 – DJ LeMahieu
  • Stolen Bases: 17 – Tyler Wade
  • FanGraphs Wins Above Replacement: 5.5 – Aaron Judge

Related: MLB trade rumors – Juan Soto, Xander Bogaerts headline 2022 trade candidates

Boston Red Sox pitching stats

  • Innings Pitched: 181.1 – Gerrit Cole
  • ERA: .217 – Jonathan Loásiga
  • Quality Starts: 18 – Gerrit Cole
  • Wins: 16 – Gerrit Cole
  • Saves: 30 – Aroldis Chapman
  • Strikeouts: 243 – Gerrit Cole
  • Wins Above Replacement: 5.3 – Gerrit Cole

New York Yankees schedule: May 2022

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New York Yankees schedule – May

Date:Opponent:Time: (EST)TV Info
Fri, May 20vs White Sox7:05 PMYES, MLB TV
Sat, May 21vs White Sox1:05 PMESPN+
Sun, May 22vs White Sox7:00 PMESPN
Mon, May 23vs Orioles7:05 PMYES, MLB TV
Tues, May 24vs Orioles7:05 PMYES, MLB TV
Wed, May 25vs Orioles7:05 PMYES, MLB TV
Thur, May 27@ Rays6″4- {<YES, MLB TV
Fri, May 27@ Rays7:10 PMYES, MLB TV
Sat, May 28@ Rays4:10 PMYES, MLB TV
Sun, May 29@ Rays1:40 PMYES, MLB TV
Tue, May 31vs Angels7:05 PMYES, MLB TV

Related: 2022 MLB predictions

New York Yankees record prediction: 90-72

New York Yankees scores

Date – Opponent – RecordScoreRecap
April 8 – Boston Red Sox – (1-0)NYY 6, BOS 5 (11)LINK
April 9 – Boston Red Sox – (2-0)NYY 4, BOS 2LINK
April 10 – Boston Red Sox – (2-1)BOS 4, NYY 3LINK
April 11 – Toronto Blue Jays – (2-2)TOR 3, NYY 0LINK
April 12 – Toronto Blue Jays – (3-2)NYY 4, TOR 0LINK
April 13 – Toronto Blue Jays – (3-3)TOR 6, NYY 4LINK
April 14 – Toronto Blue Jays – (4-3)NYY 3, TOR 0LINK
April 15 – @ Baltimore Orioles – (4-4)BAL 2, NYY 1 (11)LINK
April 16 – @ Baltimore Orioles – (5-4)NYY 5, BAL 2LINK
April 17 – @ Baltimore Orioles – (5-5)BAL 5, NYY 0LINK
April 19 – @ Detroit Tigers – (6-5)NYY 4, DET 2LINK
April 20 – @ Detroit Tigers – (7-5)NYY 5, DET 3LINK
April 21 – @ Detroit Tigers – (7-6)DET 3, NYY 0LINK
April 22 – Cleveland Guardians – (8-6)NYY 4, CLE 1
April 23 – Cleveland Guardians – (9-6)NYY 5, CLE 4LINK
April 24 – Cleveland Guardians – (10-6)NYY 10, CLE 2LINK
April 26 – Baltimore Orioles – (11-6)NYY 12, BAL 8LINK
April 27 – Baltimore Orioles – (12-6)NYY 5, BAL 2LINK
April 28 – Baltimore Orioles – (13-6)NYY 10, BAL 5LINK
April 29 – @ Kansas City Royals (14-6)NYY 12, KC 2LINK
April 30 – @ Kansas City Royals – (15-6)NYY 3, KC 0LINK
May 1 – @ Kansas City Royals – (16-6)NYY 6, KC 4LINK
May 2 – @ Toronto Blue Jays – (17-6)NYY 3, TOR 2LINK
May 3 – @ Toronto Blue Jays – (18-6)NYY 9, TOR 1LINK
May 4 – @ Toronto Blue Jays – (18-7)TOR 2, NYY 1LINK
May 8 – vs Texas Rangers – (19-7)NYY 2, TEX 1LINK
May 8 – vs Texas Rangers – (19-8)TEX 4, NYY 2LINK
May 9 – vs Texas Rangers – (20-8)NYY 1, TEX 0LINK
May 10 – vs Toronto Blue Jays – (21-8)NYY 6, TOR 5LINK
May 11 – vs Toronto Blue Jays – (22-8)NYY 5, TOR 3LINK
May 12 – @ Chicago White Sox – (23-8)NYY 15, CWS 7LINK
May 13 – @ Chicago White Sox – (24-8)NYY 10, CWS 4LINK
May 14 – @ Chicago White Sox – (24-9)CWS 3, NYY 2LINK
May 15 – @ Chicago White Sox – (25-9)NYY 5, CWS 1LINK
May 16 – @ Baltimore Orioles – (26-9)NYY 6, BAL 2LINK
May 17 – @ Baltimore Orioles – (27-9)NYY 5, BAL 4LINK
May 19 – @ Baltimore Orioles – (28-9)NYY 3, BAL 2LINK
May 20 – @ Baltimore Orioles – (28-10)BAL 9, NYY 6LINK