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Mariano Rivera Receives Cowboy Hat, Custom Boots from »

As the farewell tour continues for New York Yankees reliever Mariano Rivera, the Texas Rangers were the latest to send the closer off in style. The cowboy hat joins a long list of items Rivera has received in his final year in uniform. Just to name a few, the Minnesota Twins gave him a rocking chair made from broken bats, while the Oakland [...]

Making a Deal for a Productive Bat Would Show Yankees »

Watching the Yankees offense of late, it seems impossible to believe this team is contending for a playoff spot in October. The Bombers’ mighty offensive struggles have been well documented but it still bears repeating: The Yankees have the second-worst lineup by OPS in the American League. Barely edging out the lowly Astros for [...]

Yankees Trade Rumors: Why Alex Rios Should Be New »

With star hitters such as Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira and Curtis Granderson missing the vast majority of the 2013 season to this point, the New York Yankees have struggled mightily on offense. If the Yanks can find a way to acquire outfielder Alex Rios from the Chicago White Sox, however, their playoff push will receive a [...]

New York Yankees: The 1 Trade Deadline Deal New York »

The New York Yankees find themselves in a very difficult position with the trade deadline less than a week away. They are only seven games back of the first-placed Boston Red Sox and have six in the loss column; the right moves could help boost their chances of making the playoffs. However, they sit in fourth place in the division [...]

MLB Trade Deadline: How Much Would Alfonso Soriano »

Reports, including one here via Bruce Levine of ESPN Chicago, have circulated the past few days of the New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs discussing a trade that would send left fielder Alfonso Soriano back to the Bronx, where his career began in the early 2000s. With Soriano apparently naming New York on a list of clubs for which he’d be [...]

Why A-Rod and Major League Baseball Are in for an Ugly »

According to a report by Jim Axelrod of CBS Evening News, the 65-game suspension delivered by Major League Baseball to Ryan Braun may feel small in comparison to the penalty soon levied upon Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez. In the report, Axelrod was told by a Major League Baseball team executive, "He is staring down a penalty much, much [...]

Is A-Rod’s ‘Conspiracy’ Claim a »

Alex Rodriguez just can't stay out of the spotlight, and this time it's all about his quad strain—or lack thereof. According to Jimmy Traina of Sports Illustrated, the quad injury that supposedly needed an MRI might not even be real. Wow. Mike Francesa interviewing doctor who examined ARod. Dr says ARod does NOT have a quad injury & [...]

Yankees’ Trade Rumors: Justin Morneau Would »

The Yankees need to add a bat or two as Major League Baseball’s July 31 trade deadline quickly approaches. Justin Morneau is a potential acquisition who would thrive with the Bronx Bombers in New York. New York is one of a few teams interested in acquiring the 2006 American League MVP, according to Jim Bowden of ESPN.com (Insider [...]

Yankees Trade Deadline: What to Expect When »

With less than 10 days until the trade deadline, the New York Yankees continue to hover above .500, but are seven games back in the AL East and 3.5 games behind the Orioles for the second wild card spot. This is the time that Brian Cashman usually pulls a rabbit out of his hat by acquiring a player who helps take the Yankees on [...]

Yankees Trade Rumors: Alfonso Soriano Would Be Great »

The New York Yankees would be smart to bring Alfonso Soriano back to the Bronx. The Bronx Bombers are close to acquiring Soriano from the Chicago Cubs, according to George A. King III of the New York Post. King III writes that Chicago will get a mid-level prospect, and the Cubs will end up paying the bulk of what’s left on the [...]

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