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Pinstripe Alley 18 hours ago
Giancarlo Stanton and the power of perception

Giancarlo Stanton and the power of perception

The Yankees’ slugger has either been a valuable contributor or an overpaid disappointment – depending on who you ask. There may be no Yankee more divisive than Giancarlo Stanton on the active roster. Depending on who you ask, the $325 million man has either held up his share of the load, or he’s been a massive disappointment. If you expected another MVP-caliber season from the reigning NL MVP, then Stanton has probably let you down. However, if you look at Stantons’ counting stats as a whole, it’s hard to be disappointed. He leads the club in home runs, RBI and runs scored, and...
SNY TV 21 hours ago

Zach Britton says Yankees will be one of his "top choices" in free agency

Pending free agent Zach Britton would "love to be back" with the Yankees in 2019, who will be one of his top choices after the season. But the Yanks may not have interest.
Pinstripe Alley Sep 23, 2018
Yankees said to have interest in bringing Andrew McCutchen back in 2019

Yankees said to have interest in bringing Andrew McCutchen back in 2019

McCutchen was supposed to be a rental, but could he end up in the Yankees’ future plans? When the Yankees traded for Andrew McCutchen on August 31, it came with the understanding that he would just serve as a rental player. A hired gun, McCutchen would fill in for the injured Aaron Judge, participate in the club’s playoff push, then sign a lucrative free agent contract elsewhere. That progression of events seemed self-evident. Not so fast, now, as the plot thickens. Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe is reporting that the Yankees have some interest in bringing the outfielder back next...
Pinstripe Alley Sep 21, 2018
What to take from Aroldis Chapman’s return to the Yankees

What to take from Aroldis Chapman’s return to the Yankees

The Yankees’ closer exhibited some positive signs in his return, but also plenty to be concerned about in his shaky first outing since injury. The Yankees are almost back at full strength as the season winds down. They were without Aaron Judge for nearly two months, but their superstar outfielder is back in the lineup now that his wrist has recovered enough. Similarly, their closer, Aroldis Chapman, has returned, making his first appearance off the disabled list against the Red Sox. Unfortunately for Judge and Chapman, they don’t have much time to get their legs back under them before...
Call to the Pen Sep 24, 2018

New York Yankees: CC Sabathia wants to pitch in 2019

Even if it is not with the New York Yankees, CC Sabathia still intends on pitching in 2019. CC Sabathia has had a rather tumultuous tenure with the New York Yankees. A prized free agent signing, he led the league in wins twice right after signing, and was the MVP of the 2009 ALCS. However, […] New York Yankees: CC Sabathia wants to pitch in 2019 - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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