5:25 PM EST, Wed December 04, 2013
New York Yankees Rumors & News
River Ave. Blues 2 hours ago
No. That is the only appropriate reaction to any suggestion that the Yankees should trade for Brandon Phillips in the event that Robinson Cano signs elsewhere. It might make sense in a superficial way. Phillips plays second base! He’s viewed as a very good player! He’d instantly fit into the Yankees lineup! Please, take a
The LoHud Yankees Blog | Journal News 2 hours ago
A few quick contract details on the Yankees most recent signings. • Jon Heyman was, I think, the first to report that Jacoby Ellsbury will have a no-trade clause. Fairly predictable at this point. Every big deal seems to include one of those. • Tim Brown explained the $153 million guaranteed for...
Johnson averaged 20 homers a year since 2010
New York Post 17 hours ago
Could one brain-melting deal beget another? Or to put it another way: Many baseball folks began November thinking Robinson Cano would remain a Yankee and Jacoby Ellsbury would wind up...
Because he agreed to a seven-year, $153-million deal with the Yankees
Except they meant to call him a "traitor" for agreeing to deal with Yankees
Journal News 18 hours ago
There was no real news in the Yankees' press release sent out on Tuesday morning, only a very clear signal that the Yankees want their latest free-agent addition to truly stand for something.
New York Post 18 hours ago
The Yankees have invested nearly a quarter of a billion dollars so far this offseason, the most expensive squeeze play in major league history. The squeezed is supposed to be...
Newsday 18 hours ago
Let's face it. As we sit here now, four months from Opening Day, there's no way of knowing if the signings of Jacoby Ellsbury and Brian McCann will indeed get the Yankees back to a World Series for the first time since 2009.
Newark Star-Ledger 18 hours ago
The former Red Sox star appears to be a good fit in the Bronx
Newark Star-Ledger 19 hours ago
Ellsbury starred for Red Sox in 2013, now headed to The Bronx
New York Post 20 hours ago
Robinson Cano and David Wright have played the exact number of games. You can look it up, 1,374 each. It allows for a fair head-to-head comparison. Despite playing in parks...
Yankees Blog | ESPN New York 20 hours ago
NEW YORK -- We all know the 2014 Yankees will need a closer, a second baseman, a couple of starting pitchers and perhaps a third baseman. So what do they do? They go out and buy a center fielder. And not just any center fielder, but one who is a virtual carbon-copy of the one they already have, and a former member of their most-hated rivals, to boot. Welcome to New York, Jacoby Ellsbury! What it means: That the Yankees now have two speedy, slap-hitting outfielders in Ellsbury and Brett Gardner who are virtual mirror-images.
Newark Star-Ledger 22 hours ago
Yankees don't want to give Cano $200 million
Newark Star-Ledger 23 hours ago
The free agent outfielder and Alderson met Sunday
Newark Star-Ledger Dec 3, 2013
Former Met and Yankee with New Jersey ties succeeds Michael Weiner, who died two weeks ago
Yankees Player News
Lupica: Ellsbury mega-deal just Yankees being Yankees
Does Gardner become trade bait?
Pitching Kindness: CC comes up aces with coast-to-coast good will
Yankees Notebook: Chris Stewart shipped off to Pirates
What Went Wrong: CC Sabathia