9:35 AM EST, Mon December 05, 2016
New York Post

What scouts think of Yankees’ Matt Holliday move

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Despite Matt Holliday playing in 183 games during the past two seasons due to injuries and turning 37 next month, talent scouts believe the Yankees made a good move by agreeing to a one-year deal for $13 million with the veteran on Sunday. “I think he has got a lot left,...

New York Post

Yankees cut two veterans, trade a lefty reliever

Knowing Nathan Eovaldi was going to miss the 2017 season because of Tommy John surgery and Dustin Ackley had been replaced by Ronald Torreyes as a utility infielder, the Yankees designated Eovaldi for assignment and unconditionally released Ackley on Friday. Among the six names from within the system added to the 40-man roster were high-end...

The Heater | Tampa Bay Times

Rays to throw first pitch of 2017 season

The Rays will throw the first pitch of the 2017 season, with MLB announcing a 1:10 start for the April 2 game against the Yankees at Tropicana Field, with ESPN providing national coverage.The Rays-Yankees game will be one of three games shown on Sunday, with four more on Monday, April 3, as part of an opening-day showcase, …

New York Post

Yanks want to see if ex-closer’s OK after Tommy John surgery

With the Yankees’ offseason focus on improving the pitching staff, they will be represented Monday when former Royals closer Greg Holland throws for scouts in Scottsdale, Ariz. Making it convenient is the GM Meetings begin Monday in Scottsdale at the Omni Resort and Spa, and the workout is scheduled for Grand Canyon University which is...