New York Yankees Player News: Last 24 hours, All Positions

News: Severino will pitch Wednesday's game against the Red Sox, Bryan Hoch of reports.
Impact: Severino was initially slated to start Tuesday's contest, but he'll slide back a day following Tuesday's rainout. He'll still face off with Rick Porcello, while Masahiro Tanaka and CC Sabathia will move to Thursday and Friday, respectively.
News: Frazier, 22, is batting .212/.317/.423 with two home runs, eight RBI and two steals through 15 games with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
Impact: Frazier has struggled to make contact during the early part of the 2017 campaign, fanning 14 times over those 15 contests. Barring injury or trade, he will likely spend a majority of this year at Triple-A due to a crowded Yankees outfield, which includes fellow phenom Aaron Judge. Still, Frazier has tremendous upside, combining superior bat speed with double-digit potential in home runs and stolen bases.
News: Severino won't pitch Tuesday night against the Red Sox as the game was postponed due to inclement weather, Ryan Hannable of WEEI 93.7 FM reports.
Impact: To make up for Tuesday's postponement, the Yankees and Red Sox will play a doubleheader on July 16. Unless the Yankees opt to alter their rotation in the coming days, Severino's next scheduled start will be Sunday against the Orioles.