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New York Post Oct 23, 2017
Yankees’ future at manager likely all rests on Joe Girardi’s heart

Yankees’ future at manager likely all rests on Joe Girardi’s heart

Joe Girardi exited the Yankee Stadium parking garage and turned his SUV left onto River Avenue Monday afternoon without stopping to talk about the hottest topic around the Yankees: his future. Girardi’s situation dwarfs other offseason issues. Masahiro Tanaka can opt out of a contract that has three years and $67 million remaining. What will...
‘Raw’ Hal Steinbrenner speaks as big Yankees offseason begins

‘Raw’ Hal Steinbrenner speaks as big Yankees offseason begins

LOS ANGELES — Hal Steinbrenner admitted being “a little raw right now.” He was speaking by phone Monday from his office in the Tampa stadium named for his father, not even 48 hours having elapsed since the Yankees lost ALCS Game 7 to the Astros. “You know me, you know my family, it’s a little...
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
Yankees’ next youth revolution is already in motion

Yankees’ next youth revolution is already in motion

In the moments after the Yankees’ season came to a crashing end in Houston on Saturday night, one win away from the World Series, general manager Brian Cashman had a blunt assessment of where the loss in the ALCS left them. “We’re like 28 other clubs,” Cashman said. “We’re in that pile of ‘What’s next?’...
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
The Yankees gave us one heck of a fine ‘rebuilding year’

The Yankees gave us one heck of a fine ‘rebuilding year’

‘It hurts because the ride is over,” Yankees GM Brian Cashman said after Saturday’s final loss to the Astros — but what a great ride it was, and with such promise for the future. This was, after all, supposed to be a rebuilding year with no hope of making the playoffs, yet the Baby Bombers...
Larry Brown Sports Oct 22, 2017

CC Sabathia hoping to return to Yankees in 2018

CC Sabathia is keeping his fingers crossed that Saturday’s heartbreaking loss to the Houston Astros wasn’t his final game with the New York Yankees. After Sabathia took the season-ending defeat in Game 7 of the ALCS, he told reporters that he was hoping to return to the Yankees in 2018. “I want to see this...Read More
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
Youthful Yankees are already ‘excited for next year’

Youthful Yankees are already ‘excited for next year’

One of them is 25, at the start of what the Yankees hope is a long stay in The Bronx spent launching monster home runs. The other is 37 and on the back nine of what is today a borderline Hall of Fame career that still has legs. Together, Aaron Judge and CC Sabathia believe...
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
Could Joe Girardi really walk away from all this?

Could Joe Girardi really walk away from all this?

Let’s get the easy part out of the way: Of course the Yankees should invite Joe Girardi to return as their manager. No sign exists that they won’t do just that. So the question gets flipped to one usually not contemplated in the sports world when it comes to managers and head coaches: Should Girardi...
Mickey Callaway’s last step to being a successful manager is the toughest

Mickey Callaway’s last step to being a successful manager is the toughest

HOUSTON — I have always thought the 98-win 1999 Yankees were more talented than the 1998 114-victory version, but knew what the burden was of winning so many games and so essentially didn’t. The ’99 team was deeper, more seasoned, better. That was the year Joe Torre was diagnosed with prostate cancer and missed the...
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
The numbers behind Greg Bird’s ill-fated dash for home

The numbers behind Greg Bird’s ill-fated dash for home

For years, a play like the one that ended with Greg Bird being tagged out at the plate in Game 7 of the American League Championship Series would become a great water-cooler debate, but without any tangible evidence for either side. “He shouldn’t have gone!” … “It was the right call!” Back and forth it...
How the Yankees can finish 2018 in The Canyon of Heroes

How the Yankees can finish 2018 in The Canyon of Heroes

The heavy lifting is done, yet here comes the hard part. Over the past few years Brian Cashman has helped overturn an organizational philosophy that favored older, expensive and famous to young, deep and flexible, both in skill and finances. The 2017 Yankees came faster and went further than expected, reaching Game 7 of the...
Washington Times Oct 22, 2017
Wondering who stays and goes, Yankees turn toward 2018

Wondering who stays and goes, Yankees turn toward 2018

NEW YORK (AP) - No more chances for another comeback. That's it, the Baby Bombers are out. After winning their first four elimination games this postseason, Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees went down swinging and were knocked out of the playoffs Saturday night with a 4-0 loss to ...
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
Astros pitcher mocks Yankees celebration during post-ALCS party

Astros pitcher mocks Yankees celebration during post-ALCS party

To the victor goes the spoils. And the ability to troll. The Astros stopped the Yankees postseason march Saturday night with a 4-0 victory in Game 7 of the American League Championship Series in Houston. The pitcher who closed the Yankees out in Game 7 decided to have some fun with their signature celebration during...
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
What’s next for the Yankees’ Joe Girardi?

What’s next for the Yankees’ Joe Girardi?

HOUSTON — With the Yankees’ 2017 season crashing deep in the heart of Texas on Saturday night with a 4-0 loss to the Astros in Game 7 of the ALCS the focus turns to what happens with Joe Girardi. It is believed that Hal Steinbrenner wants Girardi back, but after 10 years it could be...
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
CC Sabathia reveals thoughts on his future with Yankees

CC Sabathia reveals thoughts on his future with Yankees

HOUSTON — After the Yankees’ surprising October run came to an end on Saturday night, a teary-eyed CC Sabathia made clear his intentions for next season. “This is where I want to play,” Sabathia said after he took the loss in the Yankees’ season-ending 4-0 loss to the Astros in Game 7 of the ALCS...
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
Tommy Kahnle saves his worst for last

Tommy Kahnle saves his worst for last

HOUSTON — In Game 2 of the ALCS, it was Aroldis Chapman that faltered at Minute Maid Park. Then it was David Robertson in Game 6, when he surrendered four runs without retiring a batter. And in Game 7 on Saturday, Tommy Kahnle saw his scoreless streak ended, as the Yankees ended their season with...

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