The MLB Trade Deadline has come and gone and the New York Yankees were oddly quiet. ESPN MLB insider Buster Olney joined Levack and Goz over the phone while we were at the Saratoga Racecourse to recap and try to make snse of not only the Yankees but also the New York Mets.
The MLB Trade Deadline is still a day away but the New York Yankees are wasting no time making moves. The Yankees needed starting pitching and possibly an outfielder or catcher for depth with both Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez on the disabled list possibly until late August early September. So here's a list of the moves they've made.
Buster Olney has been all over the country this season...and this week. With the All Star Game and Home Run Derby in Washington DC, the second half of the season getting under way tonight in Chicago when the Cubs host the Cardinals tonight on ESPN. Then this weekend Buster will be in New York for Mets at Yankees. However he still has time for us to talk trade deadline.
The New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox pulled off a massive trade this week. The Yankees got 3rd Baseman Todd Frazier, Relief Pitcher David Robertson and Latham's own Relief Pitcher Tommy Kahnle. The question for many of us is was that the only move we can expect from the Bronx Bombers?
The New York Yankees seem to be in uncharted waters as they were forced to sell before the trade deadline. One move that has met mixed reviews from fans was sending Andrew Miller to the Cleveland Indians for four prospects headlined by Clint Frazier and Justus Sheffield...