ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Blake Snell and the Tampa Bay Rays bullpen combined to strand 11 New York runners in a 2-0 win Thursday night that prevented a much-needed three-game sweep by the Yankees.New York went 0 for 8 with runners in scoring position, including 0 for 7 against Snell. The Yankees started play 2 1/2 games in back of Baltimore for the second AL wild-card spot and also trailed Seattle, Houston and Detroit.Snell (6-8) gave up five hits and three walks. New York had scoring threats in four of five innings against him, leaving the bases loaded in the third when Chase Headley flied out. Headley returned to New Yorks lineup after missing three games because of back tightness.Chase Whitley, in his third game since returning from Tommy John surgery, allowed two hits in 2 2/3 innings, and Alex Colome finished for his 35th save in 37 chances.Brad Miller had an RBI single in the first after Logan Forsythe led off with a catchable popup to right field that Aaron Hicks allowed to drop in front of him for a hit. Corey Dickerson hit a solo homer in the sixth off Luis Cessa (4-3), who gave two runs and six hits in six innings.Yankees rookie catcher Gary Sanchez threw out Kevin Kiermaier at second base in the third inning to end the speedsters run of 18 consecutive successful stolen bases attempts. Sanchez picked Curt Casali off second one inning later.Sanchez went 0 for 2 but walked twice.TRAINERS ROOMYankees: RHP Masahiro Tanaka will miss his start Monday at Toronto due to a slight lower right forearm strain. . Headley (back spasms) returned after missing three games. . Manager Joe Girardi expects 2B Starlin Castro (right hamstring) to play again this season.Rays: LHP Xavier Cedeno (neck) wont play again this season.INSTRUCTION TIMEYankees 1B Greg Bird (right labrum surgery) remains on target to take batting practice against pitchers at instructional league early next week. . Reggie Jackson and Alex Rodriguez are expected to spent time as instructors with the Yankees instructional league team.MOVING DAYYankees: Minor league LHP Phil Coke was traded to Pittsburgh for $1.Rays: INF Juniel Querecuto had his contract selected from Double-A Montgomery and started at third base in his big league debut.UP NEXTYankees: RHP Bryan Mitchell (1-1) will start against LHP Francisco Liriano (1-2) Friday night in the opener of a four-game series at Toronto.Rays: RHP Chris Archer (8-18) will look to avoid a team-record 19th loss when he pitches against LHP Drew Pomeranz (2-5) and AL East-leading Boston on Friday night. 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Injuries have savaged the Western Bulldogs for their AFL blockbuster against Geelong, with backline generals Dale Morris and Matthew Boyd joining the casualties.The Bulldogs were left reeling from last Saturday nights upset loss to St Kilda and have five forced changes for Friday nights massive clash at Simonds Stadium.Boyd has an Achilles injury and Morris had to sit out the second half of the Saints loss with hamstring tightness, plus fellow defender Matt Suckling (Achilles) is also sidelined.Mitch Wallis (broken leg) and Jack Redpath (knee reconstruction) suffered season-ending injuries during Saturday nights match.There is some good news, with star forwards Jake Stringer and Luke Dahlhaus returning.Stringer missed last weekend with a shoulder problem, while Dahlhaus has recovered from the leg injury that had kept him out of the team since round 12.Zaine Cordy will also play his first senior game this season and the third of his career.He and Tom Boyd served club suspensions after a drunken fight at a pub last month that left Cordy needing medical attention.Jed Adcock and Joel Hamling are the other Bulldogs inclusions.The Cats recalled ruckman Zac Smith at the expense of forward Shane Kersten.North Melbournes well-documented injury woes are starting to ease, with key forward Jarrad Waite returning from his hip complaint for the big clash on Saturday night against the Saints.Waite, who has only played once since round 12, will come in for Majak Daw.The Saints recalled Darren Minchington and dropped Jack Sinclair.Ladder leaders Hawthorn have lost star utility Paul Puopolo with a hip injury for Saturdays Launceston game against Carlton.Onballer Will Langford willl return for his first senior game since round 12.dddddddddddd.Carltons Charlie Curnow has a knee injury and Andrejs Everitt will take his place.West Coast have made four changes - three of them unforced - for Saturdays MCG game against Collingwood.But ruckman Nic Naitanui, on the verge of returning from Achilles surgery, is not among the recalls.Will Schofield, Mark Hutchings, Simon Tunbridge and Dom Sheed are back in the senior team.Jack Redden has a shoulder injury, Tom Barrass is being rested and the Eagles have dropped Jonathan Giles and Jackson Nelson.Alex Fasolo (shoulder), Jarryd Blair (groin) and Ben Sinclair (concussion) are out for the Magpies, with Rupert Wills to make his debut.Ben Crocker and Jordan De Goey will return.GWS will regain Ryan Griffen and ruckman Shane Mumford (knee) was also named for Saturdays Canberra match against Richmond.The Giants dropped Adam Kennedy.Richmond named Adam Marcon for his AFL debut among four changes.Bachar Houli, Ty Vickery and Kane Lambert were recalled, while Shane Edwards (calf) and Ben Griffiths (groin) are injured and Liam McBean and Jason Castagna were dropped.Brisbane have made five changes for Saturday nights home game against Port Adelaide, losing Rohan Bewick (groin), Darcy Gardiner (ankle), Josh Schache (soreness) and Reuben William (groin), while Stefan Martin will be rested.Archie Smith and Sam Skinner were named for their AFL debuts as Michael Close, Lewis Taylor and Nick Robertson were recalled.Port dropped Jay Schulz and Kane Mitchell for Nathan Krakouer and Karl Amon. 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