12:30 AM EST, Fri December 13, 2013
New York Yankees Rumors & News
New York Daily News 43 mins ago
Dressed in a white No. 22 Mariners jersey over navy blue shirt and tie, Robinson Cano, the recipient of a new 10-year, $240 million contract, leaned back against a green railing in a room beneath the stands at Safeco Field Thursday. When asked whether or not he felt the Yankees wanted him back, Cano did not hesitate.
Mark Feinsand / New York Daily News 1 hour ago
The AL Central continues to be a landing spot for former Yankees phenoms.One week after Phil Hughes signed a three-year, $24 million deal with the Twins, Joba Chamberlain agreed to a one-year deal with the Tigers worth a reported $2.5 million.
ESPN 4 hours ago
Robinson Cano sits down with Pedro Gomez to address his contract with the Mariners.
Journal News 1 hour ago
Down in Florida, with the fantasy of Walt Disney World just outside his hotel window, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman spent four days facing reality.
Newsday 1 hour ago
Give the Mariners credit. In a little more than a week, Jack Zduriencik and Co. were able to make themselves feel more like a family to Robinson Cano than the Yankees did in nine years.
Newsday 2 hours ago
Robinson Cano had spent his entire nine-year career with the Yankees. The 31-year-old had blossomed into a five-time All-Star, a five-time Silver Slugger recipient and a two-time Gold Glove winner as a Yankee.
Newsday 2 hours ago
Few teams entered the winter meetings coming off a more exciting week than the Yankees. But the meetings themselves were a different matter.
SEATTLE (AP) — Robinson Cano seemed to be next in line as the player to wear pinstripes for his entire career, all set to follow the path laid before him by mentors named Jeter, Posada and Rivera. And then the Seattle Mariners blew him away with an offer of financial and career security the New […]The post Cano: “I didn’t get respect from (the Yankees)” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
According to Troy Renck out in Denver, the Rockies are “moving toward (the) finish line” on a deal with Boone Logan. The Yankees have said they want to upgrade their current left-handed relief situation, but it appears a reunion with Logan might not be in the cards. I’ve written before that Logan seems under appreciated […]The post Logan reportedly moving toward deal with Rockies appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Newark Star-Ledger 5 hours ago
The former Yankee touched on his former team during his introductory press conference in Seattle on Thursday
Newark Star-Ledger 10 hours ago
Also says he's looking forward to his future in Seattle.
Brian Cashman has left Orlando, and I’m about to do the same. After staying remarkably active last week, the Yankees were mostly silent during the Winter Meetings. Of course, they weren’t the only ones. For the most part, the 2013 meetings were uneventful. “There are things that I’ve put out there that, if they’re yeses, […]The post Closing shop in Orlando appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
The Rule 5 draft is about to begin. The Yankees can’t pick anyone — their 40-man is full — but they’re expecting to lose some pitchers. UPDATE, 9:04 a.m.: Houston just took a left-handed pitcher from the Diamondbacks as the first selection, and the White Sox took a catcher from the Nationals. Another Diamondbacks pitcher […]The post Rule 5 draft getting started appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Newark Star-Ledger 18 hours ago
Cashman says team might get player it wants
Yankees Blog | ESPN New York Dec 12, 2013
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Since the Yankees began their listening tour for Brett Gardner, there have been rumors about a possible trade that would send Brandon Phillips to the Yankees for Gardner. Sources have played down the Yankees' interest in Phillips, but still the rumors persisted. On Wednesday night, CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reported the Yankees have rejected a straight-up deal, Gardner-for-Phillips, which makes sense. The Yankees don't like the idea of paying $50 million over the next four years for a 32-year-old second baseman who has seen his OPS go from .
Newsday Dec 11, 2013
The Yankees' search for starting pitching has led them to look, using a favorite phrase of general manager Brian Cashman, "high and low" for solutions.
Here’s one of the awkward things about the Yankees farm system. Lately, we’ve heard a lot about its weaknesses — lack of upper-level impact players, too many questions about its biggest names — but there’s also an of odd strength that’s built up over the years: The Yankees have a lot of good-not-great prospects — […]The post Looking ahead to tomorrow’s Rule 5 draft appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.