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Red Sox Win Signature Of Cuban Phenom Moncada

The Boston Red Sox, have agreed to sign 19-year-old Cuban infielder Yoan Moncada. The deal is said to be worth $61M, with bonuses in the $30M range. Moncada is still a prospect, and will begin his career in the minors.

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Yoan Moncada Expected to Make Decision Monday

Cuban infielder Yoan Moncada is expected to make his decision today.

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Jeffrey Maier 1996 ALCS Glove Sold For More Than Expected

The Yankees won Game 1 of the 1996 ALCS with much thanks to 12-year old Jeffrey Maier who pulled Jeter's line drive over the wall in the 8th inning.

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Skinny CC Sabathia No More: ‘I Was Too Light Last Year’

Remember Skinny CC Sabathia who came in 30-pounds underweight last spring? Yeah, that definitely didn't happen this year. Quite the opposite.

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A-Rod Foregoes Press Conference, Issues Statement Instead

Alex Rodriguez has handwritten an apology to the New York Yankees in which he repeatedly apologizes for his mistakes he made that caused his suspension for performance-enhancing drug use.

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Who Should Be The Next Yankees Captain [Poll]

For the first time in 12 seasons, the New York Yankees find themselves going into spring training without a leader. Ever since an awkward night in Cincinnati, the Yankees have had No.2 Derek Jeter as its captain, and leader

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Yanks to Honor Bernie, Posada, Randolph Also

On the heels of Sunday's news that Andy Pettittte will have his number retired by the Yankees and receive a plaque in Monument Park this season, we learned on Monday that Bernie Williams and Jorge Posada will get the same treatment

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Jeffrey Maier Glove Up For Sale

Jeffrey Maier, the 11-year-old kid that helped the Yankees defeat the Orioles in Game 1 of the 1996 ALCS and spawn the Pinstripe Dynasty, is in the news again.

This time? The glove he used to interfere with Tony Tarasco in right field, is up for sale

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Report: Pettitte to Get Number Retired, Plaque in Monument Park (Poll)

As you can see above, the Yankees plan to retire Andy Pettitte's No. 46 this season. He will also be immortalized with a plaque among Yankee legends in Monument Park.

Pettitte played 18 seasons in the majors, 15 with the Yankees

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Report: Alex Rodriguez Could Use Yankee Stadium As Press Conference Location

The New York Daily News is reporting that the Yankees have offered Yankee Stadium as a location for Alex Rodriguez to host his initial press conference this year.

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Talking Yankees With Pinstripe Alley

The New York Yankees have several questions heading into the 2015 season. How will life be post-Derek Jeter? What is A-Rod's role? Is there any help on the way from the minors, and can the starting rotation hold up? Fangraphs

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Buster Olney Joins Armen and Levack

James Shields just went off the board, signing with the Padres for four years. Will the Yankees break the bank at all this offseason? Will they go after young Cuban infielder Yoan Moncada?

ESPN insider Buster Olney joined us on Thursday to answer all that and more

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