New York Yankees rumors
The Reds get two relievers from the Yankees for a player to be named later.
Three other Yankees players are under contact tracing protocols.
Locastro has struggled mightily this year but may still be the Yankees’ best option in center field.
The two-time Cy Young winner will help fill out the back of the Yankees’ rotation.
Chapman gets disciplined after throwing a 101 MPH pitch at the head of the Rays’ Mike Brosseau.
The Yankees take the lefty-hitting catcher from Arizona.
GM Brian Cashman also expects Giancarlo Stanton to miss the Yankees’ opener.
More discouraging news for Stanton, who played in just 18 games last season.
This is awful news for a Yankees team that will also begin the season without James Paxton.
It’s hard to not still consider the Yankees the favorites in the AL, but this shakes things up a bit.
Jeter fell one vote short of being a unanimous inductee.
The veteran outfielder hasn’t played since 2017 but hopes to return next season.
Just six games after returning from a biceps strain, Giancarlo Stanton is headed back to the injured list.
The AL leader in home runs heads to the Bronx.
The injuries just never stop.
Bird, who once looked to have possibly the brightest future of any hitter in the Yankees’ lineup, just can’t seem to stay healthy.
The Yankees’ shortstop is likely headed to the injured list after straining his left calf.
Newly signed SS leaves Wednesday’s game with low grade strain of the left calf.
The deal includes a club option that would allow the Yankees to keep control over Severino for an extra year.
San Diego tries to see where these 4 free agents stand.
There’s no word on whether he’ll be changing his name to Sonny Red to commemorate the occasion.
Though they lost David Robertson, the Yankees’ bullpen may actually be better in 2019 following the addition of Ottavino and the retention of Zach Britton.
Dan Lozano, founder of the agency MVP Sports Group, is tired of the inaccuracy regarding his client’s negotiations with clubs in free agency.