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Go home, nothing to see here, game is already in the bag. The offense has come back to life — the Yankees have scored 40 runs in their last six games — and now it’s time to get the pitching back on track.

This afternoon the ball will go to rookie Jordan Montgomery, who hasn’t pitched all that well in three of his last four starts.

"I've always had the same power," Ellsbury said on May 1 after hitting his first home run as a Yankee.

"I've always had the same power as I did when I had 32.

Yankees outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury, who suffered a concussion when he slammed into the Yankee Stadium wall on May 24, has been shut down by the team because his headaches have returned, New York manager Joe Girardi said Saturday.

Ellsbury was scheduled to participate in batting practice Friday.

Head athletic trainer Steve Donohue mentioned it to Sabathia during the game. A cool accomplishment, I guess,’’ said Sabathia, who finished with seven Ks and no walks in 6.1 innings, yielding just five hits.

The first Yankee Stadium Bat Day promotion that featured a commemorative bat occurs in 2008, the last year played in the "Old" Yankee Stadium.

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The Yankees have alternated wins and losses for a week now, which I guess means they’re due for a win this afternoon.

New York Yankees center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury (22) steadies himself after colliding with the outfield wall fielding a flyout hit by Kansas City Royals' Alcides Escobar during the first inning of a baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York, Wednesday, May 24, 2017. TORONTO – Jacoby Ellsbury’s headaches have subsided, but his exact return to the Yankees’ lineup is still yet to be determined.“We don’t feel that he’s quite ready,’’ manager Joe Girardi said on Thursday, before the Yankees opened a four-game series against the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.

“With a concussion, you really have to rely on the player, when he physically feels (ready).’’Ellsbury traveled with the Yankees from Baltimore and had been ramping up his baseball activity. “Maybe in a couple of days we’ll get him back but not quite yet,’’ said Girardi, who did not rule out Ellsbury being available this weekend.