Sweeny: Quotes Don't Lie -- Betances-Yankees Arbitration Case Got UGLYAn incredible war of words spilled out of the arbitration case between the Yankees and reliever Dellin Betances.
Yankees Defeat Reliever Betances In Arbitration CaseThe decision gave teams an 8-7 edge in decisions this year, the most hearings since clubs won 10 of 16 decisions in 1994.
Nick Swisher, 2 Years After Last MLB Game, Announces RetirementAt spring training with the New York Yankees as a guest instructor, Nick Swisher says he has retired as a player.
Is Gary Sanchez Ready To Become New Face Of The Yankees?It seems like throughout the Yankees' history, the team has always had a marquee guy, but in reality that hasn't always been the case.
Daniel Murphy On Neighbor Tim Tebow's Batting: 'The Power Is Real'Last season's runner-up for National League MVP thinks Tim Tebow has some ability with a bat. He just needs more work.
Yankees' Tyler Austin To Miss At Least 6 Weeks With Foot FractureAn MRI revealed the fracture after Austin fouled a ball off his foot earlier this week. Austin, 25, is no longer in contention for the Opening Day roster, WFAN's Sweeny Murti reported.
Philadelphia Mayor Fires Back After Chris Christie Insults Phillies, FansPhiladelphia's mayor is coming to the city's defense against New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
Silverman: Kudos To Manfred For At Least Considering MLB Extra Innings RuleThe purists are up in arms at the thought of someone changing the rules of Major League Baseball. Why should that sport be any different than the other major sports?
Palladino: Forget Utility Player, Mets Should Plant Reyes At Third BaseTerry Collins may never say it outright, but he has a decision to make about Jose Reyes starting Friday when the Mets gather for official full-squad workouts
Cashman: Yankees Not Waving White Flag In Transition YearNew York has put its future in young players like catcher Gary Sanchez, first baseman Greg Bird, infielder/outfielder Tyler Austin and outfielder Aaron Judge.
Chris Carter, Yankees Finalize $3.5M, 1-Year ContractChris Carter, who tied for the National League in home runs last season, has finalized a $3.5 million, one-year contract with the New York Yankees.
Sweeny: Randy Choate, 'Loogy' Extraordinaire, Calls It A CareerWithout any solid offers to keep going in 2017, Choate — your classic lefty reliever and a member of the 2000 world champion Yankees — is calling it quits.