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Dustin Ackley to Yankees: Latest Trade Details, »

Looking to boost their outfield depth, the New York Yankees acquired Dustin Ackley from the Seattle Mariners.  The Mariners officially announced the deal on Twitter: Ackley responded to news of the trade, saying it was "crazy" but that he was "excited for what the future has to bring," per MLB.com's Greg Johns. Even though Ackley has spent [...]

Michael Pineda Injury: Updates on Yankees Star’s »

Michael Pineda's career with the New York Yankees has been slowed by injuries. The right-hander is on the disabled list once again with a forearm issue that Marly Rivera of ESPN Deportes first reported as forearm tightness, an ailment that will keep him out for the foreseeable future. Continue for updates.  Pineda Will Not [...]

Cold Hard Fact for Wednesday, July 29, 2015 »

Fact: New York Yankees are the first team in MLB history to allow first 5-plus runs of a game and then score 21-plus runs. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light.   Source: SportsCenterRead more New York Yankees news on [...]

MLB Trade Deadline: Latest News Surrounding the New »

There's still plenty of time before the MLB trade deadline closes at 4 p.m. ET on Friday, but—like a boy asking a girl to prom—some teams will wait until the last minute to present their dream player with a corsage. Though the New York Yankees hold first place in the American League East, the Bronx Bombers might be wise to make a move [...]

Yankees Can Prove New Era Has Arrived with Levelheaded »

There was a time when the New York Yankees were in on almost every deal—at the trade deadline, in the offseason, whenever. Even if they didn't land a particular player, they were hanging around the margins with their wallet and farm system open.  These days, the buzzword in the Bronx is "restraint." And that's a good thing. Oh, sure, [...]

A-Rod Continues to Turn Back the Clock for His Best »

For so many, Alex Rodriguez is providing something close to their worst-case scenario.  There is zero doubt many fans, media members and even those within Major League Baseball—uniformed or not—wanted A-Rod to fall flat on his face in 2015, to resemble the broken-down, washed-up player he was in 2012 and 2013. Only worse. Ideally [...]

Goose Gossage Builds the Ultimate New York Yankees »

Hall of Fame pitcher Goose Gossage won a World Series with the New York Yankees in 1978, so the man knows a thing or two about great Yankees pitchers. Who would Gossage put on his ultimate Yankees pitching staff?  Which players left off the list are worth an honorable mention? Watch as Gossage and Stephen Nelson build the ultimate Yankees [...]

New York Yankees Trade Rumors: Tracking Hot Updates, »

The New York Yankees will begin the season's second half atop the American League East, but the division is still very much up for grabs as less than seven games separates first place from last place. For the first time in a long time, the Yankees have the kind of high-upside prospects that other teams covet, which, along with the club's deep [...]

Scouting Reports for New York Yankees Prospects in the »

The All-Star Game is just around the corner, and some of the best players on the planet will take to Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. Two days before that, though, some of the best prospects in the world will take to that same field on July 12 in the 2015 Futures Game. The game has produced a plethora of young talent, and recent MVPs of [...]

Yankees vs. Athletics Live Blog: Instant Analysis and »

The Yankees may have gotten two players back from the disabled list in Jacoby Ellsbury and Andrew Miller, but it was a familiar face who propelled them to a 5-4 victory over the Athletics on Wednesday night. All-Star first baseman Mark Teixeira had two solo home runs and two defensive gems and saved the day for the Bombers, who took an [...]

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