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Alex Rodriguez Is Showing a Modest, Humble Side This »

Officially, Alex Rodriguez is more than one week into his return. Unofficially, we have learned nothing. Rodriguez returned to New York Yankees spring training camp—and Major League Baseball—last week after a yearlong suspension stemming from his involvement with Biogenesis. He has been in camp for about two weeks, but Yankees position [...]

Is Yankees’ 2015 Rotation a Total Trainwreck in »

The New York Yankees are pitching toward disaster. Get it? Because "pitching" means "to fall forward or headlong," but also because...never mind. You get it. It's going to be a long, sordid season in the Bronx. Alex Rodriguez is the main event, back from a yearlong performance-enhancing drug suspension and ready to take aim at some iconic home-run [...]

Alex Rodriguez’s Return to Field Signals Time to »

At long last, we have an excuse to stop talking about Alex Rodriguez the lightning rod and to start talking about Alex Rodriguez the baseball player. In our defense, there hasn't been much else to talk about in the last two years. Fighting and eventually serving a yearlong performance-enhancing drug suspension has taken up a lot more of [...]

Alex Rodriguez Makes Spring Training Debut: Key »

Love him or hate him, Yankees infielder Alex Rodriguez is back in spring training, per Paul White of USA Today Sports, and he's looking to defeat expectations and make an impact on an aging roster in New York. When the Yankees took on Philadelphia in an exhibition game earlier in the day, Rodriguez took his first at-bat in nearly two [...]

Alex Rodriguez vs. Phillies: Stats, Highlights, »

Alex Rodriguez's long-awaited, much-anticipated 2015 debut for the New York Yankees happened on Wednesday at George Steinbrenner Field in a spring training game against the Philadelphia Phillies. He had three at-bats, going 1-for-2 with a walk before being pulled in the sixth inning.     It's going to be easy for fans and [...]

New York Yankees: What to Expect from Top Prospect »

Stop me if you've heard this one before: The New York Yankees' work in the international free-agent pool netted them another top prospect. The system has seen this before—recently, in fact. Just last year, the Bronx Bombers added prized international free agent Masahiro Tanaka, but prior to that, in 2012, the club signed a 17-year-old [...]

Projecting the New York Yankees Final 25-Man Roster at »

The Yankees will take the field March 3 for the first spring game of their 2015 season.  The team is hoping to rebound from a disappointing 2014 season which saw it finish second in the AL East by a whopping 12 games. To do that, the Yankees will have to deal with a new crop of players, injury concerns and the departure of longtime shortstop [...]

With Derek Jeter Gone, Yankees’ Boom-or-Bust »

TAMPA, Fla. — Routinely in the early days this spring, the Yankees haven't started workouts until late morning. Nobody begins their workdays this late in the spring, ever. Not in Florida. Not in Arizona. Why did manager Joe Girardi do it? Was it because: A. He wanted to outwait the thick morning dew and make sure the fields [...]

Didi Gregorius Ready for Challenge of Reaching »

After Derek Jeter’s retirement, one of the biggest questions heading into Major League Baseball’s offseason was how the New York Yankees would replace The Captain at shortstop. Based on previous years, the assumption was that the Yankees would sign an aging free agent such as Hanley Ramirez. However, general manager Brian Cashman [...]

A-Rod Circus Dominating Yankees’ Spring; »

The New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez is expected to make his 2015 Grapefruit League debut in spring training Wednesday.What are realistic 2015 expectations for A-Rod? How has Rodriguez looked thus far in spring training? How has he been received by his Yankees teammates?Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report National MLB Columnist Scott [...]

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