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On Granderson's Mets remarks, feeling wanted and his contract
"A lot of the people I've met in New York have always said, 'True New Yorkers are Mets fans,'" Curtis Granderson said during his press conference on Tuesday.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Would Joe Girardi move Derek Jeter in lineup like he did Robinson Cano?
Joe Girardi said Tuesday Robinson Cano got frustrated when the Yankees manager penciled the second baseman into the lineup's No.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The Sad State Of The Yankees (Reality) Pipeline
Josh Norris in Baseball America , nails it when reporting on the Yankees draft, farm system, prospects, and business model: The Yankees' fall from grace of 2013 truly began a year prior, when Derek Jeter's ankle crumbled beneath him.
Yanks might target Young for 3B, 2B
With Robinson Cano's defection to the Mariners, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has been outspoken about the pressing need to acquire a second baseman.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
New York Post
Yanks must shed A-Rod's salary to beat luxury tax
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - If the Yankees are going to stay under the $189 million luxury-tax threshold for 2014 then: They are going to make a few trades to lop some salaries with Brett Gardner and Ichiro Suzuki - if anyone actually wants Suzuki - the most obvious candidates, and/or they need Frederic Horowitz to be their offseason MVP.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
New York Daily News
Yankees' spending reminiscent of 2009 offseason
Brian Cashman hasn't had an offseason like this since he signed CC Sabathia, AJ Burnett and Mark Teixeira before the 2009 season.
Carlos Beltran Is Just Who The New York Yankees Need
The New York Yankees have never been strangers in the past to giving big contracts to free agents, and this year is no exception.
How Yankees' Spending Spree Is a Perfect Storm of Opportunity and Necessity
But never mind that. They may have lost Cano, but the Yankees most definitely haven't gotten cheap.
New York Post
Whirlwind of activity may not make Yankees any better
This offseason does not have an off switch. Moves have come in two categories - fast and furious.
Grading the 10 Richest Contracts in MLB History
Cano is set to make $240 million through 2023, when he'll be 40 years old. Rich Schultz/Getty Images Robinson Cano 's ten-year, $240 million deal with the Seattle Mariners , which was first reported by Enrique Rojas of ESPNDeportes earlier in the day, ties him with Albert Pujols for the third-highest contract ever handed out to a major league ... (more)
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Yankees reportedly in on everyone now that Robinson Cano is off the board
Earlier today , second baseman Robinson Cano signed with the Mariners on a ten-year, $240 million contract, leaving the Yankees out in the cold with an infield that includes the embattled Alex Rodriguez , the hobbled Derek Jeter , the recovering Mark Teixeira , and the recently-signed Kelly Johnson .
Yanks Go Yard
Where Do The New York Yankees Go After Losing Key Free Agents?
Oct 16, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers second baseman Omar Infante hits a ground rule double against the Boston Red Sox during the fourth inning in game four of the American League Championship Series baseball game at Comerica Park.
Reviewing the Brew
Moving Money to New York: Hypothetical Trade
After missing out on All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano , the New York Yankees have a much weakened infield.
Palladino: Injury-Prone Ellsbury Is A Crapshoot For Yankees
He hits, having come off a .298 season. He runs, having stolen a league-high 52 bases in 2013.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
New York Daily News
McCann thrilled to join fraternity of Yankees catchers
A tour of the Stadium went well and by the time dinner with Yankee brass turned into a three-hour gabfest, Brian McCann , the catcher who admits he didn't know what to make of the Yanks "from the outside looking in," was starting to feel at home.
2013 MLB winter meetings: What to watch for in Orlando
Major League Baseball's offseason often crests with its annual winter meetings, held this year in Orlando, Fla., next Monday-Thursday.
As Brian McCann makes Yankees debut, Robinson Cano reportedly visits Seattle
The contrast between the two situations was remarkable. On the ground floor of Yankee Stadium sat catcher Brian McCann, the $85 million addition, wondering how any player could turn down this organization's overtures.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
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.
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.
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.