5 hrs ago
Wall Street Journal
After a Plummet in Ticket Revenue, Yankees Must Keep Spending
When the Yankees announced their $85 million signing of catcher Brian McCann earlier this week, owner Hal Steinbrenner cited the team's "singular and unwavering desire" to play deep into October.
11 hrs ago
Rounding Third: Yanks get back to business
There was probably a time when the New York Yankees actually believed they would try to stay under the $189 million luxury tax threshold for the 2014 season.
16 hrs ago
What will John Sterling's home run call be for new Yankees OF Jacoby Ellsbury?
New Yankees OF Jacoby Ellsbury will no doubt get a pun-filled home run call from the team's radio announcer John Sterling.
21 hrs ago
Morosi: Ellsbury-Yanks deal stings Cano camp, but NY return likely
Jon Paul Morosi is a National MLB Writer for FOXSports.com. He previously covered baseball for the Detroit Free Press and Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Yankees Are Headed for Worse Fate Than Pre-2009 Offseason's Spending Spree
Former Red Sox-turned-Yankee Jacoby Ellsbury is the second big piece New York has landed this offseason.
Sweeny: How Is The Market Shaping Up For Robinson Cano?
Cano is not unlike any other upper-echelon free agent of recent years. The market for these guys tends to take time to develop because of the amount of money involved.
The Times Leader
On Monday, the 27-year-old Canzler reportedly signed a minor league deal with the New York Yankees, meaning he could be spending his spring and summer playing at PNC Field in Moosic for the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
If Only The New York Yankees Acquired Crash Davis
The New York Yankees have traded Chris Stewart to the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for a player to be named later.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Mark Teixeira ready to return to Yankees in 2014, on schedule for full spring training
Mark Teixeira is a detail-oriented man. When he discusses his ongoing rehabilitation for his surgically-repaired right wrist, his plan is precise, down to the date when the Yankees face the Tigers this coming spring.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Report: Fresh Off McCann, Yankees Make Beltran Their No. 1 Priority
According to a report in the Daily News, the Yankees have Carlos Beltran tunnel vision right now.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
New York Post
Yanks live for today with McCann deal, not for tomorrow
The Yankees refuse to punt. They didn't last year when, in retrospect, they probably would have been better off trading Robinson Cano, Curtis Granderson and pretty much anything else of value to re-establish their farm system and get under a $189 million payroll in 2013.
Texas Rangers: The Next Moves Jon Daniels Needs to Make This Offseason
Since GM Jon Daniels traded Mark Teixeira to the Atlanta Braves in 2007, the club has tried desperately to fill the position on a trial-and-error basis.
The Big Lead
Brian McCann Reportedly Close to $85-Million Deal with Yankees
Brian McCann, baseball's unofficial sheriff of playing the game the right way, is close to a five-year, $85-million free agent deal with the New York Yankees according to numerous media reports including FOX's Ken Rosenthal .
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Some Less-Talked About Potential Targets
The main target, as has been the past few years, remains first base for the Pirates .
Wisch: MLB Should Punish Teams And Teammates Of PED Users
This week in a column for the magazine Jacobin, Jack Moore tackled the topic of PED use in sports , making a series of insightful points.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Is Red Sox Pursuit of Carlos Beltran Genuine or Free-Agency Gamesmanship?
If that's the case, then they are going to need another bat in the lineup. Perry of CBS Sports notes, there might be something else causing the Red Sox to get in on the bidding.
New York Daily News
Bobby Richardson: Stripes made Cano star
Bobby Richardson has been retired from the Yankees for nearly 50 years, but there are fan letters in his mail every day.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
New York Yankees: Should They Re-Sign Robinson Cano or Let Him Walk?
Robinson Cano must be out of his mind. That is the only way to explain his asking the New York Yankees for $310 million or even $250 million.
The Cuban switch-hitter is a better player than you probably think he is. He had a great year in 2009, and while he is yet to return to that form, he's still very productive at the plate.