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Akron Beacon Journal

Ryan Lewis: Indians have potential positions to upgrade as trade deadline approaches, but no clear path of action

CLEVELAND: The Indians are approaching the trade deadline brimming with potential options but lacking an obvious course of action. They have yet to hit their stride this season, turning 2017 into a three-and-a-half month waiting game. There are spots on the roster that certainly could be improved but in most cases, they also already possess the type of fix they might look for on the open market in the first place. Last season, the Indians made a major splash at the trade deadline, sending a prospect package headlined by Clint Frazier and Justus Sheffield to the New York Yankees for Andrew...

New York Daily News

Yankees may still trade for another first baseman before deadlin

On Thursday night, Chase Headley became the ninth different first baseman to start for the Yankees this season.

Washington Times

FANTASY PLAYS: Looking at effects of Yankees-White Sox trade

The MLB trade deadline is fast approaching, and we already have some significant fantasy baseball players affected by the moves. Not only is there a new batter for the Yankees, but a new closer has emerged, while a Rockies hitter is mashing (surprise, surprise) and a Red Sox hitter is ...

Larry Brown Sports

Sonny Gray reportedly of interest to Yankees

The New York Yankees are reportedly in the hunt for Oakland Athletics starter Sonny Gray. According to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, the Yankees have been given a price tag for Gray, one of the most sought-after starters on the trade market. as have named their price on sonny gray from yankees. nothing said close...Read More

Scout

Athletics Set Price on Gray to Yankees

The Oakland Athletics have made the Yankees aware of the club's starting price when it comes to acquiring ace pitcher Sonny Gray, but the two sides are reportedly still far apart in terms of completing a trade.

New York Daily News

Yanks prospects being scouted by A’s who could trade Gray, Alonso

The Yankees missed out on Jose Quintana, but could Sonny Gray be their rotation answer?

Scout

Breakdown of Yankees/White Sox Trade

Scout.com's prospect writer Jeff Ellis breaks down Tuesday's trade that landed the Yankees three major-league players and the White Sox a top prospect, a veteran reliever and two fringe prospects.

Newark Star-Ledger

Will Yankees trade Dellin Betances? Brian Cashman says ...

Yankees GM Brian Cashman is loading up for a playoff push, acquiring 3B Todd Frazier and relievers David Robertson and Tommy Kahnle from the Chicago White Sox. Will Cashman consider flipping reliever Dellin Betances for a starting pitcher before the non-waiver trade deadline on Monday, July 31, 2017 (7/31/17)?

Newark Star-Ledger

Yankees' Brian Cashman recaps blockbuster, dealing Blake Rutherford

Here are Yankees GM Brian Cashman's first comments on Tuesday night's seven-player trade with the Chicago White Sox.

NorthJersey.com

Pinstripe Predictions: Trade Deadline

What do you think of the Yankees' latest moves?        

Newark Star-Ledger

MLB trade rumors: Yankees swapping Dellin Betances for starting pitcher?

If the Yankees are creative, Dellin Betances could be subtracted in a bigger move for a starting pitcher.

Newark Star-Ledger

MLB trade rumors: Tracking every deal leading up to July 31 deadline

Todd Frazier to Yankees. J.D. Martinez to Diamondbacks. Jose Quintana to Cubs. Here's a one-stop shop to track every blockbuster deal leading up to Major League Baseball's July 31 (7/31/17) trade deadline.

NorthJersey.com

Video: Girardi on the Yankees' trade with White Sox

Yankees manager discusses the players acquired from the Yankees trade with the White Sox.        

Journal News

Who the Yankees are getting in big trade with White Sox

Stat rundown on players headed to the Yankees in trade with Chicago White Sox         

New York Daily News

Yankees GM Brian Cashman may not be done dealing

The Yankees' latest trade is very much indicative of where they are as a franchise.

New York Post

Rob Refsnyder is the fallen domino in Yankees’ big trade

There was a time Rob Refsnyder was considered by some as part of the Yankees future, a versatile player with strong bat-to-ball skills. Those days seem like a lifetime ago. Shuttled between the Yankees and Triple-A Scranton Wilkes/Barre the past few years, Refsnyder was designated for assignment on Wednesday, as part of the team’s roster...

NorthJersey.com

Who the Yankees are getting and trading in big deal with White Sox

Stat rundown on players headed to the Yankees in trade with Chicago White Sox        

Newark Star-Ledger

How Yankees trade for Todd Frazier will affect Chase Headley

Todd Frazier not in Yankees' lineup for Wednesday's matinee in Minneapolis due to a late-arriving flight from Chicago.

New York Post

Sonny Gray? Marco Estrada? Plotting the Yankees’ next step

The Yankees will continue to monitor the trade market between now and July 31. But there is a strong likelihood their most significant deal came 14 days before the deadline, when they obtained Todd Frazier, Tommy Kahnle and David Robertson from the White Sox. Their strongest need has been a starter, and they were on...

New York Post

What thrilled Todd Frazier told family about Yankees trade

Todd Frazier is coming home, and the New Jersey native can’t wait to try to lead his hometown team to the playoffs, according to those close to him. “He’s just on a high right now,” his father, Charlie, told The Post in a phone interview Wednesday afternoon, before the Yankees played in Minnesota, where Frazier...

New York Post

The scouting report on Yankees trade haul from their old boss

MINNEAPOLIS — Robin Ventura wrote Todd Frazier’s name in the lineup card and called the White Sox bullpen for David Robertson and Tommy Kahnle last season. All three names joined the Yankees on Wednesday at Target Field after being dealt Tuesday night from the worst team in the American League to a club that started...

Washington Times

Eager Yankees reinforcements embolden team for pennant drive

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The New York Yankees have ignited their pennant drive despite a midseason tailspin with the acquisition of power-hitting infielder Todd Frazier and power-armed relievers Tommy Kahnle and David Robertson. The bold trade that sent reliever Tyler Clippard and three prospects to the Chicago White Sox was completed ...

New York Daily News

12 best and worst deadline deals in Yankees and Mets history

Shrewd or poor decisions at the trade deadline have helped swing the fortunes of the local baseball teams in either direction for decades.

New York Post

Clint Frazier curiously picks No. 77 in trade fallout

He’s making Mickey Mantle doubly proud. Clint Frazier will take No. 77 and leave No. 30, which he had been wearing, for David Robertson, who will assume the number he wore with the Yankees from 2008-14. A report surfaced during spring training that Frazier had requested Mantle’s No. 7, curious if the team would un-retire...

New York Post

Todd Frazier is kicking Chase Headley out

MINNEAPOLIS — When the Yankees acquired Todd Frazier, David Robertson and Tommy Kahnle from the White Sox on Tuesday night, they believed the club was better than before the deal. Yet, the first move after the trade involves Chase Headley going from third to first base to make room for Frazier at third. “He is...

Will the New York Yankees trade for Jose Quintana?

On SNY's Baseball Night in New York, the panel debates how serious the New York Yankees might be in their pursuit of White Sox pitcher Jose Quintana.

New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman talks Brian McCann trade

New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman explains his thought process behind the trade of catcher Brian McCann to the Houston Astros for two pitching prospects, Albert Abreu and Jorge Guzman.

Would the Yankees trade Brian McCann to the Mets?

On SNY's Baseball Night in New York, the panel discusses if its possible for the New York Mets and New York Yankees to agree to a trade involving catcher Brian McCann.