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Archive for December, 2013

Grading the New York Yankees on the 2013 MLB Winter »

The New York Yankees were largely inactive during the 2013 MLB winter meetings, though general manager Brian Cashman did put out plenty of feelers to free agents and other GMs. In the end, the Yankees made no moves during the meetings. This, of course, came on the heels of an aggressive few weeks prior. The Yankees were able to handle making no [...]

Reassessing New York Yankees’ Offseason Plan and »

After missing the postseason for the first time in five years in 2013, it seemed likely that the New York Yankees would be active this offseason. Beset by age and injuries last year, the Yanks needed to get younger and better, and with few blue-chip prospects in the upper levels of their farm system, trades and free agency were the likeliest [...]

New York Yankees’ Hardball with Robinson Cano »

The New York Yankees dared Robinson Cano to leave and he finally decided to go. ESPN's Enrique Rojas was the first to report Cano had left New York to sign with the Seattle Mariners for a 10-year deal worth $240 million.  The Yankees decided to play hardball with their star second baseman and potential future face of the team by [...]

Why Yankees Were Smart to Turn Down Brandon Phillips »

The New York Yankees made headlines by committing $299 million to the quartet of Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, Carlos Beltran and Hiroki Kuroda, but their wisest move of the winter thus far was turning down a Brett Gardner for Brandon Phillips trade offer from the Cincinnati Reds.According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, Yankees general manager [...]

Yankees Rumors: Latest Buzz Surrounding Brett Gardner, »

The New York Yankees have already been the busiest team in baseball this offseason after missing the playoffs in 2013, but their work is far from done. The Yanks still have plenty of holes to fill, and they are taking measures to continue improving. New York has signed catcher Brian McCann and outfielders Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos Beltran, but it [...]

New York Yankees’ Core Four, 1978 World Series »

On December 9, Steiner Sports (the Official Collectible Company of the New York Yankees) and Delta Air Lines (the Official Airline of the Yankees) put together an exclusive event at Cipriani Club 55 in New York City that featured prominent members of the Yankees' 1978 World Series team and the Core Four. I was both lucky and honored to be in [...]

Report: New York Yankees Have Shown Interest in Johan »

New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has focused his efforts on improving his lineup this offseason, but the pitching staff has yet to be addressed other than the re-signing of Hiroki Kuroda. Andrew Marchand of ESPNNewYork.com reports that the Yankees have shown preliminary interest in left-handed starter Johan Santana, though no [...]

Predictions for the Next 3 Years of Yankees Baseball »

The New York Yankees entered the 2013 Winter Meetings and the second week of December after already having made several huge signings, but they still find themselves with prominent holes at second base, third base and in the starting rotation. Re-signing Hiroki Kuroda and picking up Brian McCann, Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos [...]

Curtis Granderson Takes Subtle Shot at Yankees Fans in »

Curtis Granderson has a parting shot for the New York Yankees. At least that's what many people gathered from his press conference that introduced him as a member of the New York Mets on Tuesday: It's a small shot at the Yankees and their fans, but it's one that will be remembered come May 12 when the Mets visit Yankee Stadium. Here's a [...]

5 Available Players Still Within Reach for the New »

As expected, the New York Yankees have been at the center of just about all free-agent activity. Whether it has been signing several of the top free agents like Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann and Carlos Beltran or losing a pair in Robinson Cano and Curtis Granderson, players have been on the move early this winter. The loss of Robinson Cano [...]

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