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Reason to Be Worried About Eovaldi? (AUDIO)
The Yankees have a multitude of questions heading into the 2016 season, namely the health of the starting rotation.
With Masahiro Tanaka's elbow problems persisting and Michael Pineda's shoulder and weight a concern, who can the Yanks count on...
Marchand: Not Too Concerned With Pineda
The New York Yankees are in Tampa for Spring Training and they arrive there with a lot of questions. Can they take back the AL East after faltering down the stretch in 2015?
Can the pitching staff hold up? How are the elbows of Masahiro Tanaka and Nathan Eovaldi...
Yankees, Chapman Settle at $11.3 Million
Good news for the Yankees and new closer Aroldis Chapman:
Again, this is good news for both sides. Chapman had filed for a $13.1 million number while the Yankees had countered at $9 million.
If the two sides hadn't settled before Feb. 19, they would have gone to court and their relationship would have…
Yankees’ Aroldis Chapman Escapes Charges
Prosecutors will not be filing criminal charges against New York Yankees' newly acquired pitcher Aroldis Chapman, who was accused of firing shots in his Davie home during a domestic dispute with his girlfriend last Oct. 30.
Justin Upton Signs With Tigers
While the Yankees and Mets continue to sit idly by, the Detroit Tigers made a big move yesterday by signing free agent outfielder Justin Upton to a six-year deal.
Upton, 28, signed a deal worth $132.75 million to head to Detroit.
After missing the playoffs in 2015 and watching their division rivals (R…
Acquiring Chapman a Risky Move
I've never liked the New York Yankees. But I've always respected them.
Derek Jeter. Jorge Posada. Bernie Williams. Paul O'Neill. All clean cut players off the field. The "Yankee Way."
Even Alex Rodriguez, Jason Giambi and Andy Pettitte, cheaters, were not "scu…
Wade Boggs to Have Number Retired by Red Sox
While many Yankee fans choose to remember Wade Boggs as a guy who helped the Pinstripes win the 1996 World Series, the Red Sox are choosing to remember Boggs as one of their own...
Boggs spent 11 of his 18 seasons in Boston, playing with the BoSox from 1982-1992...
New York Transactions: Gee to Royals, Jones to Japan
Some minor transactions involving your New York baseball teams this offseason:
The Kansas City Royals have signed former Met Dillon Gee. Remember, the pitcher who we all loved at one point and then was jettisoned to AAA because he isn't as good as Noah Syndergaard...
Yankees Trade Justin Wilson
The Yankees have traded reliever Justin Wilson to the Tigers for prospects Luis Cessa and Chad Green.
This is a bit of an odd move. While these prospects represent the No. 6 and No. 19 prospects in the Tigers organization (via MLBTradeRumors), Wilson had a good season working in a solid Yankees bullp…
Yankees Acquire Castro From Cubs
We knew that the Yankees weren't going to the Winter Meetings in Nashville looking to reel in high-priced free agents.
We also knew that they would still look to supplement a roster that was beaten in the AL Wild Card game.
They did that on Tuesday, acquiring SS/2B Starlin Castro from the Cubs fo…
Yankees Likely to Keep Gardner and Miller
The Major League Baseball Hot Stove season is just about to begin. If you like following the baseball offseason, then this week is the week for you:
The Winter Meetings kick off in Nashville on Sunday, Dec. 6 and last until Dec. 10th. This is where we should start to see more evidence of possible tra…
Chris Young Leaves Yanks, Signs w/ BoSox
Not a great day if you're a Yankees fan: Not only did the Yankees officially lose a piece that helped lead to their success last season, but they lost him to the rival Boston Red Sox.
Young has a two-year deal in place, reports say.
Young should figure into the Red Sox plans in more ways than one…

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