New York Post "The Yankees have a definitive plan in place for bringing Mark Teixeira's rehab assignment. Teixeira will leave the team’s spring training complex here Tuesday and play for Double A-Trenton on Wednesday and Thursday. On Saturday, the star first baseman will play an extended spring training game..." May 25
New York Post "Curtis Granderson was the first one back from the disabled list and it appears Mark Teixeira will be the second, with Kevin Youkilis a close third. “He could start a rehab [assignment] Tuesday in Trenton [Double-A],’’ general manager Brian Cashman said yesterday after Teixeira worked out at the..." May 24
New York Post "Joe Girardi said he doesn’t know when he will get Mark Teixeira or Kevin Youkilis back from the disabled list, but the Yankees manager reported Tuesday the first baseman and corner infielder are making progress. “He had four more [at-bats],’’ Girardi said of Teixeira’s participation in a..." May 22
New York Post "On a gorgeous day in Rye, Brian Cashman didn’t want to send a cloud all the way down to Tampa. It’s just that the Yankees’ general manager, 16 years on the job, has seen way too much to place optimism where it doesn’t belong. Mark Teixeira played in a simulated game yesterday at the Yankees’..." May 21
Felt good to get my first AB's since March. 1-2 with a double and a walk, I'll take it. #Yankees in first place, I'll take that too!
MLB.com "Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira is pleased by his progress as he works his way back from a torn tendon sheath in his right wrist, and he hopes to rejoin the big league squad by the end of the month. "It's great -- I couldn't be happier with my rehab," Teixeira said. "I'm looking at the end..." May 16
Mark Teixeira said yesterday his rehab is going "great" and he expects to be playing in big league games before June 1st.
New York Post "Mark Teixeira’s rehab continued in Tampa yesterday, as the first baseman did soft-toss and took 20 swings of live batting practice in the cage. “I’m not [hitting] on the field yet,’’ Teixeira said. “When you get out on the field you tend to hit home runs and let it go a little more. I’ll be on..." May 07
NewJersey.com "There is a light at the end of the tunnel for Mark Teixeira. He is not sure how far away it is but he can see it. Teixeira hit off of a tee and toss for the third straight day today and all has gone accordingly so far. There is also a plan in place for his return as he works to come back from a..." May 05
New York Post "Mark Teixeira hoped to be back by May 1, which has come and gone. Now the Yankees first baseman, while reluctant to establish a time frame for a potential return, believes he will be back before the start of June. “Absolutely,” Teixeira said, before giving himself some wiggle room. “I hope..." May 04
New York Daily News "Mark Teixeira did tee and toss batting practice Wednesday, the first time he’s done a contact drill since tearing the tendon sheath on his right wrist this spring. “He took some swings, tee and toss, so that’s a move in the right direction,” Yankees’ manager Joe Girardi said. “He said he felt..." May 02
MLB.com "Curtis Granderson had two at-bats in an extended spring game on Wednesday, according to Yankees manager Joe Girardi, and Mark Teixeira also appears to be making progress as he rehabs an injury. One day after Girardi speculated that Teixeira may not be able to return until June, Teixeira tweeted..." May 01
Newark Star-Ledger "As Mark Teixeira continues his prescribed course of rehabilitation, he is still struggling with stiffness in his injured right wrist, and admitted that his optimistic projection for a May 1 return is now “probably not going to happen.” Teixeira has yet to make contact with a baseball. He is..." April 24
New York Post "Mark Teixeira’s slow road back to the field continued when he was cleared to take his first two-handed swings Tuesday, albeit underwater, which is less stressful. Wednesday, Teixeira moved on to dry swings (without contacting a ball) as he holds out hope he will be back in the Yankees lineup by..." April 18
Newark Star-Ledger "On Tuesday, after receiving doctor’s clearance, Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira swung a bat with both hands for this first time since injuring the tendon sheath in his right wrist in early March. He completed this act inside a pool with the water up to his chest. The setting reduces the stress..." April 17
New York Daily News "The dire forecasts late in spring training for Mark Teixeira’s 2013 season – when he returned to Tampa from the World Baseball Classic and faced possible season-ending surgery after he was diagnosed with a partially torn tendon sheath in his right wrist — have since given way to a sunnier..." April 12
Mark Teixeira plans to swing a bit on Friday, as long as the doctor clears him. Hopes to take BP by next weekend.
New York Post "Mark Teixeira walked out of Dr. Melvin Rosenwasser’s office yesterday morning encouraged by what the wrist and hand specialist told him. “He was very happy with the progress,” Teixeira said of the torn tendon sheath in his right wrist. “I am very happy and feeling good. I wasn’t expecting him..." April 02
New York Post "Mark Teixeira is hoping to get the cast removed from his right wrist when he visits the doctor Monday, but admitted he won’t know what his future holds for a bit longer. “May 1 is eight weeks,” Teixeira said after doing one-handed hitting and fielding drills at Nationals Park Friday. “We’ll see..." March 31
New York Daily News "Mariano Rivera's famed cut fastball was darting through the strike zone as usual Friday in his final appearance of what should be his final spring training. The Yankee closer, who is entering what he says is his farewell season, retired all three Nationals' hitters he faced, throwing only 10..." March 30
Mark Teixeira hopes to swing two-handed in two weeks. Been one-handed hackin' since Sunday.
Mark Teixeira will meet with doctors on Monday. If all goes well, he'll be able to take off splint and start strengthening exercises.
New York Post "General manager Brian Cashman hasn’t been scouring the market for a first baseman since learning Sunday that Mark Teixeira’s wrist injury was different than what the team previously believed and surgery hasn’t been ruled out. “The bottom line is it doesn’t change anything,” Cashman said. “The..." March 19
New York Post "The Yankees are in such bad shape, even the injuries they know about are getting worse. And the possibility of Mark Teixeira undergoing potential season-ending surgery on his injured right wrist is a real one. Teixeira revealed yesterday the injury, which was originally thought to be a..." March 18
Newark Star-Ledger "The fallen first baseman walked through a dimly lit hallway toward the clubhouse at GMS Field. His left hand carried a shoebox. A splint covered his right wrist, holding in place the partially torn tendon sheath that has rendered murky his status for 2013, with season-ending surgery still a..." March 17
Mark Teixeira is in Tampa. He said his injury was to the tendon sheath and raised the possibility he could miss all of May.
New York Daily News "For those worried that Mark Teixeira’s wrist injury could knock him out for several months the way Jose Bautista’s did last season, there’s good news: It’s not the same injury. Bautista tore the tendon sheath in his left wrist, leaving his tendon susceptible to serious injury. Following about..." March 11
New York Post "General manager Brian Cashman has not been told by the Yankees medical staff that Mark Teixeira’s strained right wrist might require surgery. Yet because Toronto’s Mark DeRosa and Jose Bautista needed surgery to repair tendons in the same area, Teixeira was instructed by the doctors to rest for..." March 10
New York Post "A year ago, Mark Teixeira came back from a calf injury too quickly. He isn’t going to make the same mistake with the strained tendon in his right wrist that is expected to shelve the switch-hitting Yankees first baseman for eight to 10 weeks. Teixeira has been told to rest the wrist for four..." March 08
MLB.com "It could have been worse. The timing could have been worse and the injury could have been worse for Mark Teixeira. That doesn't mean the Yankees' first baseman isn't disappointed. Teixeira spoke with reporters via conference call on Thursday, his first public comments (save for two Twitter..." March 07
New York Post "Team USA manager Joe Torre admitted last night he was shocked at the extent of Mark Teixeira’s wrist injury. He also was surprised when he saw the lineup the Yankees are running out there these days. The former Yankees manager also spoke to the current manager Joe Girardi about Teixeira’s wrist..." March 07
New York Post "Welcome to Camp MRI, where Mark Teixeira is the latest big name to light up like a Christmas Tree. Ten days after losing leading home run hitter Curtis Granderson until at least early May, the Yankees learned from team doctor Chris Ahmad they will be without Teixeira for 8-to-10 weeks with a..." March 07
MLB.com "Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira is expected to miss eight to 10 weeks with a strained tendon in his right wrist, the team announced on Wednesday. Teixeira was evaluated on Wednesday in New York by team physician Dr. Christopher Ahmad and specialist Dr. Melvin Rosenwasser. Teixeira has been..." March 06
Mark Teixeira will be out 8-10 weeks. Four weeks of complete rest.
New York Daily News "Yankee first baseman Mark Teixeira is out of the World Baseball Classic after suffering a strained right forearm during batting practice Tuesday. X-rays were negative, but Yankee manager Joe Girardi said, “I’m sure more tests are planned.” Girardi added that the injury is concerning. “Yeah,..." March 06
ESPN.com "New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira will miss eight to 10 weeks due to his injured wrist, manager Joe Girardi said Wednesday. Teixeira strained his wrist Tuesday while taking batting practice with the United States' World Baseball Classic team. The Yankees initially estimated..." March 06
New York Daily News "Yankee first baseman Mark Teixeira is out of the World Baseball Classic after suffering a strained right forearm during batting practice Tuesday. X-rays were negative, but Yankee manager Joe Girardi said, “I’m sure more tests are planned.” Girardi added that the injury is concerning. “Yeah,..." March 05
Mark Teixeira was scratched from Team USA's lineup for an exhibition game today because of a sore forearm.
Bergen Record "Mark Teixeira appears to be headed back to Florida to be examined by Yankees doctors after experiencing some discomfort swinging a bat in Arizona. It was enough to send Teixeira for X-rays Tuesday on his right hand and wrist. “The X-rays came back negative," Yankees manager Joe Girardi said...." March 05
New York Post "Mark Teixeira has been as outspoken as any baseball player about his desire to rid baseball of illegal performance-enhancing drug usage. But yesterday, he acknowledged the reality of the situation. “I don’t think it’ll ever go away,” Teixeira said of illegal PEDs. “It’s just like taxes. The IRS..." February 28
Bergen Record "Mark Teixeira vividly remembers life in his mid-20s, when hitting a baseball squarely was as automatic as drawing a breath. The hands were quick, the muscles fired on command and the line drives all seemed supercharged. Being young came with other perks, too, including a robust immune system —..." February 20
Newark Star-Ledger "Mark Teixeira is still a good baseball player. It is worthwhile to remember this. He hit 24 homers in 2012. His OPS+ was 116. He earned 3.6 WAR, according to Baseball-Reference.com. For a 123-game season, this is not that bad. Of course, a couple facts about Teixeira hurt his case. 1. He..." February 18
Bergen Record "Mark Teixeira had barely checked into camp when he chastised those doubting the aging Yankees’ chances at retaining their AL East crown. "It’s actually fun when everyone else counts you out," Teixeira said. "Because it just kind of makes guys want it a little bit more." Come again? "Well,..." February 18
Bergen Record "Andy Pettitte and Mark Teixeira will get a head start to the 2013 baseball season as members of Team USA at the World Baseball Classic this spring. The Yankee teammates are prepared to join manager Joe Torre's squad according to a report by CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman, along with Mets third..." January 15
New York Daily News "Andy Pettitte and Mark Teixeira, two Yankees who endured injury problems last season, are scheduled to play for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic in March, a source with knowledge of the roster confirmed Monday. If the Yankees are fretting over either player being out of their spring..." January 15
Bergen Record "If Mark Teixeira were the Yankees' general manager, he just might go the extra mile to sign free agent outfielder Torii Hunter. "I love Torii," Teixeira said of his ex-teammate from the second half of the 2008 season in Anaheim. "He doesn't make our team younger, but he does make it a little..." November 14
New York Daily News "Mark Teixeira made a wacky proclamation last winter about a plan to bunt more, and everyone knows how that worked out in 2012. Asked Tuesday for his goal for next season, the Yankees' first baseman deadpanned that he will "probably be a 50-50 guy," meaning 50 home runs and stolen..." November 14
New York Post "Among the reasons brought up by some after the Yankees sleepwalked through the ALCS was that they were too old. It's a sentiment the Yankees didn't agree with, but Mark Teixeira said he knows it's something that can hurt a team. "Let's be honest, the older you get, the tougher it is to stay..." November 14
New York Daily News "Mark Teixeira and Nick Swisher got off to strong starts in hopes of eradicating past postseason failures in the Yankees' 7-2 win over Baltimore in Game 1 of the AL division series. The two switch-hitters batted one behind the other in the fifth and sixth spots in the lineup and reached base a..." October 08
New York Post "Mark Teixeira's return to the Yankees lineup was a success last night — and not just because he homered in his second at-bat. "I felt good, and I was lucky I didn't have to test it," Teixeira said of the strained left calf that kept him out of the lineup for more than three weeks. "There were..." October 02