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The Yankees' ace was placed on the disabled list with what the team called "elbow inflammation."
The Yankees made their first move of the trade season, and the D-Backs keep on selling.
The Yankees have been scouting the struggling third baseman.
Rather than shopping for infielders, the Yankees are asking other teams about starting pitchers.
After a giant offseason spending spree, the Yankees are back in the pennant race, but they may need to keep dealing if they are going to return to October.
The former All-Star closer has found a new home in the Yankees' organization.
With recent injuries to Mark Teixeira and Carlos Beltran, the Yankees are showing a sudden interest in the switch-hitting Morales.
The Yankees are heavily exploring the trade market for starting pitchers.
The 37-year-old outfielder could miss a significant amount of time due to a bone spur in his right elbow.
Beltran hyperextended his right elbow on Monday during batting practice.
New York is expected to surpass their spending limit significantly.
Add injury to insult.
There are nearly a dozen players that could win the award, but Abreu, Tanaka, and Ventura look like the frontrunners so far.
The Yankees right-hander will miss the remainder of the season after electing to go under the knife of Dr. James Andrews. Who will replace Nova in the rotation, and what are the long-term implications of his injury?
The right-hander is the latest young pitcher to undergo Tommy John surgery.
The Yankees' right-hander will miss one start after being ejected for using a foreign substance against the Red Sox.
Japanese right-handers with impossibly filthy splitters are the new market efficiency. The Yankees just realized it before everyone else.
The 27-year old may join a long list of pitchers who have had Tommy John surgery this year.
The East is the most evenly competitive division in baseball after the first 13 games.
Robertson doesn't expect to miss much more than 15 days.
The Yankees bought almost the entire upper-tier of the free agent market, but it still might not be enough to bring them back to October.
The Yankees have locked up the speedy defensive wizard long-term.
The 2009 Rookie of the Year heads to the Bronx on an incentive-laden minor league deal.
"You're the best, kiddo. The best around. The worthy opponent."
--Billy Chapel, For Love of the Game
The Yankees' captain is calling it a career at the end of this season.
"Hello, my name is Masahiro Tanaka. I'm very happy to be a Yankee."
The Yankees keep scooping up the best the free agent market has to offer, but $345 million just doesn't buy what it used to.
What will you remember: The player or the contract?
The word around the interblogs.
This offseason, the Yankees were like the Yankees of lore, signing pretty much whoever they pleased. With the addition of Masahiro Tanaka for 7 years and $155 million, their spending spree presumably finished, will it be enough to turn them into postseason contenders?
It's somewhere around K89 you realize this is a thing.
The Japanase superstar heads to the Yankees on the fifth-biggest contract for a pitcher in MLB history.
Wells will test the free agent market, providing a low-cost power options for teams in search of outfield help.
Brian Cashman & Co. are standing on the precipice gazing numbly into the chasm with their as-constructed fragile infield.
The infielder will look to rebound from two ACL tears as a member of the Yankees.
The Yankees' slugger will miss the entire 2014 season.
The club's top target is still Masahiro Tanaka, but they've also got eyes on the former Mets and Twins lefty.
What would the costs be if Brian Cashman did in fact need to move Brett Gardner for pitching? Would it be enough?
How good were the Yankees last year? Are they better now than they were then? How much can signing Tanaka affect their win total in 2014, and will it be close to enough?
Rebuilding efforts abound over the winter months and every teams has their own take on how go about the process.
The left-hander also drew significant interest from the Padres, Astros and Nationals, a source confirms.
After 13 seasons with the Orioles, Brian Roberts is heading to a division rival.
The Yankees may turn to a former division rival to help replace Robinson Cano at second base.
Yankees, Royals are vying hard for Infante's services.
The Yankees won't move Brett Gardner to add the Reds star.
Tanaka will be the best pitcher on the market this winter if he is posted, but no one knows if that will happen this winter.
The Mariners need to change their narrative and their chosen strategy- overpaying Robinson Cano- might be the best way possible.
Beltran had a bigger offer in hand from the Diamondbacks, but instead heads to the Bronx.
Their best player is now a Seattle Mariner. So how will the Yankees respond?
A variety of experts' takes on the Yankees' signing of Jacoby Ellsbury.
Ellsbury heads to the Yankees in a move that feels like Johnny Damon all over again.
Cano offered the Yankees a nine-year deal worth $250-260 million, according to a report.
The Royals are among eight teams who are pursuing the outfielder.
A contract agreement, trade or non-tender are the options for Stewart.
The Twins, Royals, Angels, Mariners and Marlins are among the teams interested in Phil Hughes.
Initial reactions to the Yankees' most recent acquisition have been generally favorable.
Jay-Z isn't just trying to sell teams on Robinson Cano, superstar second baseman, he is pitching Cano as a potential cultural icon. The idea isn't as crazy as it sounds.
The contract can become a six-year, $100 million deal if McCann's option vests.
Almost every team in baseball would look a little more daunting with Cano in their lineup, but who could use him the most?
The hip-hop star did sit down with the Mets owner and GM to talk about Robinson Cano, but don't expect a deal to emerge from this dinner.
New York has agreed to terms on a contract to bring shortstop Brendan Ryan back for the 2014 season.
The Yankees have reached out to multiple high-end free agent relievers.
If Robinson Cano signs elsewhere, the Yankees could go after Brandon Phillips or Omar Infante.
The Yankees seem poised to make a big splash this winter.
The Captain will return to the Bronx for his 20th season in pinstripes.
The third baseman might have been ready for the playoffs if the Yankees had made it. But they didn't, and now Youkilis will have to prove he's healthy on the free agent market.
The Yankees have had internal discussions regarding soon-to-be-free agent Shin-Soo Choo.
McCann is a "top-five" catcher in baseball and he's set to hit the market this winter, but is he worth $100MM?
The Orioles, Mets, Royals and Cardinals may also be interested in the clutch outfielder.
The Yankees are expected to pursue Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka.
The Tigers stayed alive last night with some gutsy performances by Max Scherzer and Victor Martinez, but they're still just one game away from elimination. They may be thinking about what they can do this winter to get themselves another shot, whether they win Game 5 or not.
The 32-year old Chicago native may head back home this winter.
ESPNNewYork's Andrew Marchand lists the Rangers as the most likely destination for the free agent second baseman.
The New York Yankees have placed shortstop Derek Jeter on the disabled list, ending his season.
The defensively-strong Ryan will help the Yankees fill their shortstop hole for the last few weeks of the season.
The lefty finally earns a major league opportunity after pitching well at Triple-A for three different organizations this season.
In addition to the major league roster, plenty of worthy candidates are currently at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, but that will change soon.
The power hitting infielder will try to provide an offensive boost for the Bronx Bombers during the stretch run.
Here's a quick summary of everything you need to know about the A-Rod/Biogenesis scandal, starting sometime last week.
The Yankees third baseman will reportedly leave baseball after his suspension as long as he makes the rest of the money guaranteed on his contract.
The long-awaited suspensions from the Biogenesis investigation from MLB will be announced Monday according to multiple reports.
Corey Black is the prospect headed to the Cubs.
The Yankees are finally getting the bat that they were looking for.
Soriano will accept a deal to the Yankees, and now the Cubs will have to try to finalize it.
Ryan Braun was first, is A-Rod next?
According to the New York Post, Soriano and the Yankees may be in store for a reunion.
The Yankees asked about the third baseman, but were told that he is not available.
The Yankees may decide that it is time for the two 27-year old pitchers to move on to other organizations.
Major League Baseball is expected to suspend up to 20 players linked to the ongoing Biogenesis investigation.
After the O's designated the first baseman for assignment, he was picked up by the Yankees off waivers.
After electing free agency from the Dodgers, third baseman Luis Cruz signed a major league deal with the Yankees.
The 27-year old may be dealt before the end of the month.
Cano, possibly the best 2nd baseman alive, could be headed to free agency -- and the Yankees might lose him to a higher bidder.
The Yankees might have bigger problems than what to do with A-Rod if they think this excuse is going to bring down Cano's asking price.
A collection of Wednesday's minor league transactions.
The New York Yankees have released outfielder Ben Francisco.
A collection of news from around the AL East, including the Yankees activating two corner infield sluggers, the Rays making some pitching moves, and the Jays sending two to the minors.
Examining some recent news involving the New York Yankees.
Nova will return to the team as a long reliever, not a starting pitcher.
The Yankees acquired an infielder who the Rockies designated for assignment for the second time this season.
Hal Steinbrenner has confirmed that the club is still working towards a deal with Cano's new representation.
The Yankees will add Betances to their bullpen for now as they look to strengthen their relief staff.
New York swapped out its newest acquisition for the now-healthy Adams.
Granderson has missed all of the 2013 season thus far with a fractured right forearm.
The Yankees needed an emergency reliever as they begin play in the second game of a double-header against the Indians.
Nunez is the eleventh Yankees player currently on the disabled list.
New York has traded for some much needed shortstop depth.
Taking a loot at a few of the many New York Yankees players currently struggling with injuries.
The Yankees set-up man will miss the team's series against the Oakland Athletics.
New York has added some much-needed depth at the hot corner.
Chamberlain will join a crowded Yankees' disabled list.
More likely, however, is that Tex will not return to the Yankees until June.
Colorado's recently DFA-ed third baseman has appeared on New York's radar, though perhaps only briefly.
The veteran has missed eight of the club's last nine with a balky back, and will now miss several more.
Is Robinson Cano more like David Wright or more like Alex Rodriguez? Both players are stars and both play in New York, but they get paid very differently and that is complicating the talks between Cano and the Yankees.
Injuries continue to plague the Yankees as they lose catcher Francisco Cervelli and pitcher Ivan Nova in a win over the Blue Jays.
The league did look into the Yankees' second baseman, but his ties to the clinic are "either nonexistent or immaterial."
Derek Jeter met with reporters today to give an update on his rehab.
Yankees OF Curtis Granderson is confident that he'll rejoin the team at some point in May.
Teixeira is taking his recovery slow as he aims to return for the Yankees.
The veteran third baseman is the latest Yankee to go down with an injury.
Derek Jeter made an unscheduled visit to Charlotte to see an ankle surgeon today.
The Captain will not be returning to the Bronx by May 1, as he is still a ways away from seeing any game action.
Until the outfielder is able to get in the batting cage, the Yankees won't know when he can suit up.
Alex Rodriguez's recovery from major hip surgery has progressed to running slowly on a treadmill.
Alex Rodriguez has allegedly purchased documents from Biogenesis for the purpose of destroying them.
New York Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson threw for the first time since breaking his right forearm.
Yankees 1B Mark Teixeira expects to be cleared to begin swinging a bat as soon as today.
Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson is getting closer to returning.
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has resumed on-field hitting, as he took batting practice for the first time since his setback.
New York has brought back the left-hander on a minor-league deal.
The New York Yankees have activated Phil Hughes to start in today's game against the Tigers.
Yankees infielder Eduardo Nunez exited today's game after getting hit by a pitch by Tigers right-hander Doug Fister.
Hiroki Kuroda is hopeful that he'll be able to make his next scheduled start for the Yankees.
The Yankees are aiming for a May 1 return for Derek Jeter.
The New York Yankees have release right-handed reliever David Aardsma.
The first baseman may be recovering quicker from his wrist injury than he first thought.
The veteran right-hander took a line drive off his pitching hand in the second inning, forcing New York to pull Kuroda after 41 pitches.
The New York Yankees have released left-handed reliever Clay Rapada.
With Robinson Cano's agency change, extension talks with the Yankees could resume in the near future.
With Robinson Cano's agency change, extension talks with the Yankees could resume in the near future.
There were several happenings in the American League East today, including a Jay-Z siting!
Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano has fired his agent, Scott Boras, and will seek new representation.
The trio of maimed Bombers are making small steps in their recoveries.
Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez told reporters his recovery is "going very well."
The New York Yankees have designated right-handed reliever David Aardsma for assignment.
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter will not play in another spring training contest until at least next week.
New York has parted ways the veteran, leaving a rather large question mark at first base with just a few days remaining before the regular season begins.
John Danks and Phil Hughes will start the regular season on the DL.
The New York Yankees have claimed right-handed pitcher Sam Demel off waivers from the Houston Astros.
New York has made room on their 40-man roster for Vernon Wells by releasing a minor-league infielder.
The New York Yankees have signed first baseman Lyle Overbay.
The New York Yankees have claimed right-hander Dan Otero off waivers from the San Francisco Giants.
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is expected to begin the season on the disabled list.
The man with the un-tradeable contract has been traded... again.
The New York Yankees are said to be scouring the market for corner infielders.
The New York Yankees have agreed to terms with free agent right-hander Chien-Ming Wang.
The New York Yankees are still actively seeking help at first and third base.
New York is liable to start the season missing a couple more pieces.
The Yankees are "likely" to reunite with Chien-Ming Wang.
The New York Yankees could sign free agent Kyle Lohse, but general manager Brian Cashman wants no part of the right-hander.
Derek Jeter's inflammation may cause the Yankees' star to miss the start of the season and possibly even land him on the disabled list.
Free agent right-hander Chien-Ming Wang held a "tryout of sorts" at the New York Yankees minor league complex.
The Captain is day-to-day with some swelling in his surgically-repaired ankle.
Even after signing Brennan Boesch and Ben Francisco -- not to mention releasing Matt Diaz -- New York is still on the prowl for outfield help.
New York now has one less righty-hitting outfielder to choose from for the fourth outfielder gig.
The New York Yankees will be without their first baseman until the end of May or beginning of June based on Teixeira's own estimation.
The New York Yankees have added some help for their outfield. Brennan Boesch has signed for $1.5 million.
The veteran first baseman has turned down Brian Cashman's offer to play in the Bronx.
Manager Joe Girardi has indicated that Cervelli is likely to be behind the plate come Opening Day.
The Yankees will take a look at first baseman David Cooper, who was recently released by the Jays.
The Texas Rangers are scouting New York Yankees right-handed reliever Joba Chamberlain.
The Yankees have not reached out to free agent first baseman Aubrey Huff.
Yankees captain Derek Jeter is planning to return to shortstop Wednesday night.
New York has been trying to reel a few players out of retirement this week, but have not had much luck so far.
Yankees left-hander C.C. Sabathia will make his spring training debut Friday.
The New York Yankees have signed free agent outfielder Ben Francisco.
In their search for a replacement middle infielder, the Yankees have called veteran third basemen Chipper Jones and Scott Rolen.
New York has gotten creative in their search for first base help, reaching out to the retired Lee about returning to baseball.
The Yankees took a shot at bringing in Chase Headley to solve their infield issues, but the Padres are not ready to part with him.
On the same day that he announced he would retire at the end of the season, Mariano Rivera made his spring debut. Derek Jeter did as well. Both looked like their old selves.
We've got season-ending surgery, career-ending announcements, future-altering contracts, and the game-changing improvements. It's best of blogs.
It was the worst-kept secret in baseball, but Mariano Rivera has officially announced he will retire after the 2013 season.
The Yankees may struggle to replace Mark Teixeira and Curtis Granderson during the month of April, but it won't be for lack of options.
Andy Pettitte and Derek Jeter are expected to make their spring training debuts very soon.
As the Yankees look for answers, options across the league continue to present themselves. One such option for helping restore the Yankees' roster is Michael Cuddyer in Colorado.
Mark Teixeira's strained wrist won't require surgery.
Mid-March is not typically the time to move franchise players, but San Diego may be looking to cash in on Chase Headley before Opening Day.
The Captain is free to resume all baseball activities and should be good to go by Opening Day, which is more than you can say for much of the Yankees' line-up.
The Yankees have had a tumultuous Spring Training, which has jumped the team into the rumor mill. Let's take a look at the buzz around the Yankees.
Buster Olney speculates that New York could target Don Kelly or Russ Canzler as fill ins for the injured Mark Teixeira.
GM Brian Cashman told reporters SS Derek Jeter is the least of the Yankees' worries.
New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera will reportedly announce his plan to retire after the 2013 season on Saturday.
Is Rockies 1B/OF Tyler Colvin a potential option for the Yankees?
The New York Yankees are on the hunt for a corner infielder, and Ken Davidoff of The New York Post says "anything is possible at this point."
The New York Yankees are in full-on crisis mode. But they're not the only team in town. The Mets are looking for answers and trying to get better everyday.
WIth Mark Teixeira out 8-10 weeks, the New York Yankees will survey the market for corner infielders.
The Yankees' first baseman will miss about two months of the season due to a strained right wrist.
The Yanks lost two more to injury, both suffered while swinging the bat in practice.
New York has reportedly added the veteran right-hander on a split contract.
The New York Yankees aren't quite in panic mode. They have Mariano Rivera coming back after all. However, if that's all they needed, things would be so much easier. Here are some updates from around the Yankees' world.
The New York Yankees were among the teams that watched Chien-Ming Wang lead Chinese Taipei over Australia in the WBC.
The Minnesota Twins and New York Yankees are reportedly not interested in Vlad Guerrero.
The Yankees have made a "significant" offer to Robinson Cano.
The Yankees and Indians are still not interested in free agent Kyle Lohse.
Are the Yankees tired of Joba Chamberlain?
Joe Girardi said "it's possible" Phil Hughes might not be ready for the start of the regular season.
GM Brian Cashman has ruled out another possible LF solution, stating that Eduardo Nunez just don't "profile as an outfielder" at the plate.
The Yankees won't pursue Johnny Damon as a fill-in for Curtis Granderson.
Yankees 3B Kevin Youkilis was scratched from today's game after experiencing a "very, very mild" cramp on his left side.
Cubs sources can't imagine the Yankees pursuing outfielder Alfonso Soriano.
Though New York might not regard Damon on quite the same level.
When the Yankees lost outfielder Curtis Granderson, a huge hole was created. Let's see what they might do to fill it.
The Angels will "probably not" ship Vernon Wells to the Yankees this spring.
While the pickings are slim, the Yankees do have several potential options to fill in for Curtis Granderson.
Soriano isn't sold just yet on moving back to the Bronx.
A bad break for the New York Yankees: they lost a prominent piece of their outfield. Curtis Granderson suffered a broken forearm on Sunday.
The Yankees lost Russell Martin and passed on David Ross, A.J. Pierzynski, and Geovany Soto, but GM Brain Cashman has no regrets. He is not looking beyond the team's internal options even if he admits they will lose some offense.
As spring training continues to get under way, the contenders and non-contenders in the American League East are preparing for what will surely be a grueling, competitive season.
If the Yankees don't sign Robinson Cano to an extension, the Dodgers, Cubs, Nationals and Astros could all potentially be interested in the slugger.
New York is on the prowl for a veteran arm to shore up the back of their rotation -- especially now that Phil Hughes is out with a sore back -- but still have no intention of pursuing Kyle Lohse.
New York owner Hal Steinbrenner has indicated that his club is willing to "consider a significant long-term contract" for second baseman Robinson Cano.
The New York Yankees will not give up a top or even "good prospect" in exchange for Chicago Cubs outfielder Alfonso Soriano.
All indications are the New York Yankees are "inclined to bid farewell" to Curtis Granderson.
Alex Rodriguez's situation has the Yankees more hesitant when it comes to extending Robinson Cano.
The New York Yankees are keeping tabs on free agent right-hander Chien-Ming Wang.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi says Ivan Nova will have to "go out and prove himself" to win a spot in the team's rotation.
New York has had preliminary conversations with the star second baseman about a long-term contract extension, but the club's valuation of Cano differs greatly from that of agent Scott Boras.
The New York Yankees have placed third baseman Alex Rodriguez on the 60-day disabled list.
The Yankees have acquired bullpen depth for a minor leaguer who was still at least a year away from the Majors. Shawn Kelley was shipped from the Seattle Mariners to the Yankees for Abraham Almonte.
New York has made an exception to their rule about negotiating with players before they hit the open market.
The Yankee owner might believe that he has a "championship caliber" team, but Hal Steinbrenner still wants to find a right-handed bat to give the team more pop against lefties.
Notebooks tied to Biogenesis connect Alex Rodriguez to "a suggested volume of doping almost unheard of in baseball."
Anonymous sources have made some very strong claims to the New York Daily News about what they say are A-Rod's beliefs regarding the latest steroids allegations.
The New York Yankees remain in the market for a right-handed-hitting outfielder.
The American League East is shaping up to be one of the more exciting divisions in baseball. If the Yankees can manage to compete, and if the Red Sox can improve drastically, the AL East could be the BEST division in baseball.
Russ Canzler has been designated for assignment just 26 days after being claimed by the Yankees. The move was made to clear up room on the 40-man roster for Travis Hafner.
Anthony Bosch injected New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez with performance-enhancing drugs, according to a report.
Despite the best wishes of several baseball writers over the last few days, Alex Rodriguez has no plans to hang up his cleats and is already hard at work on his post-op rehab program.
The New York Yankees have signed free-agent designated hitter Travis Hafner to a one-year deal in the neighborhood of $2 million.
Third baseman Alex Rodriguez is unlikely to play for the New York Yankees again.
Are the Yankees nearing a deal with free agent DH Travis Hafner?
Could the lastest chapter in the Yankees/A-Rod saga be the last?
New York signs a familiar face in their search for a right-handed bat.
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter resumed baseball activities on Monday for the first time since suffering his broken ankle.
The New York Yankees will miss catcher Russell Martin for several reasons.
Three former Indians found their way to new clubs over the weekend.
The Yankees have been strangely quiet this off-season, staying out of the Josh Hamilton and Zack Greinke bidding, passing up the chance to trade for Justin Upton and generally laying low. Has austerity finally come to the Bronx or is this the calm before the spending storm?
There's a chance that Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez could miss the entire 2013 season.
The New York Yankees have avoided arbitration with right-hander David Robertson.
The New York Yankees have signed infielder/designated hitter Dan Johnson to a minor league contract.
The right-hander agreed to terms on a one-year deal.
The right-hander agrees to a one-year, $7.15 million deal with New York to avoid an arbitration hearing.
The Yankees have not increased their pursuit of Diamondbacks' outfielder Justin Upton since he declined a trade to the Mariners.
10-year veteran Marcus Thames' playing career is over, as the 35-year-old will become the Yankees high-A hitting coach.
A-Rod will undergo his hip operation next Wednesday, January 16.
The club believes that the righty slugger is likely to sign elsewhere.
Yankees SS Derek Jeter is still on target to be ready to go for Opening Day 2013.
The outfielder is being courted by both New York franchises, each offering desirable options.
The Yankees have expressed interest in Ben Francisco, but they aren't targeted designated hitter Jim Thome.
Mo says his knee is at 95 percent and that he will begin a throwing program next week.
The Bronx Bombers are still on the prowl for DH help, and may have been in the running for the Big Puma before he signed with Texas.
GM Brian Cashman has explicitly stated he is done shoring up the pen.
The procedure on Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez isn't expected to take place until the middle of January, at the earliest.
New York is still looking for a right-handed bat, but has "no interest" in Delmon Young.
Here's a roundup of all the recent news and notes regarding the New York Yankees.
The longtime Yankees outfielder retires as one of the game's finest players and persons of the last decade.
Hideki Matsui will announce his retirement later tonight.
Are the Yankees still in the market for a right-handed-hitting outfielder?
New York has inked the outfielder to a minor-league deal with a spring training invite.
New York is on the prowl for a right-handed hitting outfielder.
The Yankees presently plan to go with a combination of Francisco Cervelli, Chris Stewart and Austin Romine behind the plate in 2013.
While it’s been reported that the New York Yankees are quietly targeting free agent Michael Bourn, there is “no chance” the team will sign, or even pursue, the center fielder.
The Yankees may be looking to bring yet another veteran back into the fold for next season.
Curtis Granderson doesn't expect to reach an agreement on an extension with the Yankees before he hits the open market.
The Yankees are looking for a right-handed hitting outfielder and the Angels have too many players in their outfield. The two teams are a natural fit, but Vernon Wells is hardly the name Yankees fans are hoping to hear being discussed.
The New York Yankees have designated left-hander Josh Spence for assignment.
The New York Yankees have re-signed the veteran outfielder on a two-year deal.
Wilson's deal also includes an invitation to spring training. It is likely Velazquez's deal does as well.
The latest offseason news and rumors for the New York Yankees.
The Yankees have agreed on a one-year deal with Kevin Youkilis
New York is expected to re-sign the veteran outfielder within the next few days.
Free agent corner infielder Kevin Youkilis is “seriously considering” the New York Yankees offer.
The Yankees are not involved in the pursuit of free agent Josh Hamilton, at this point.
New York is making a run at re-signing the 39-year-old outfielder.
After watching Russell Martin leave via free agency to Pittsburgh, the New York Yankees are seemingly in the market for a starting catcher.
The AL East has never been more wide open and all five teams are working hard to build a winner in 2013. Here are the latest signings and rumors from around the division.
The New York Yankees have announced that they’ve reached a one-year contract with outfielder Brett Gardner.
The slugger must decide between playing for his former manager or his former rival.
With the Winter Meetings in the rear-view mirror, New York and Boston may be entering the bidding for the free-agent slugger.
The New York Yankees have offered free agent Kevin Youkilis a one-year, $12 million contract.
The Orioles made two acquisitions and the Rays gave thought to a blockbuster trade while the Yankees continue to miss out on their free-agent targets.
The Bronx Bombers met with the third baseman's agent in Nashville today.
The Yankees are the frontrunner to sign free agent outfielder Nate Schierholtz.
The Bronx Bombers are one of several clubs looking at the free-agent infielder.
Several teams have inquired on the free-agent third baseman.
The Yankees are reportedly going after catcher A.J. Pierzynski.
The Yankees could clear up considerable salary space by moving the center fielder
The veteran third baseman will miss the first half of 2013.
Schierholtz has drawn a lot of interest since being non-tendered last week.
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