Brian Cashman usually stresses patience in the offseason, and that seems to be the course he’s taking again this year, even as his team has more glaring needs than normal.
Losing A-Rod until mid-season will force the Yankees to make power-hitting outfielder Cody Ross their number one target.
There isn’t an obvious answer for the Yankees
The Yankees agreed to terms with catcher Eli Whiteside.
“If they want me to prove that I can catch in the big leagues, I’ll go there and I’ll prove it,” said Cervelli.
Right-hander Freddy Garcia gave up one hit over three innings for the Yankees, striking out two and walking one.
In a matter of hours on Friday night, the Yankees waived goodbye to prized prospect Jesus Montero and Hector Noesi and welcomed much-needed arms to their rotation. GM Brain Cashman stayed patient and appears to have won big.
Yankees’ GM Brian Cashman revealed that it’s too early to determine whether the Bombers will go after a big-name starting pitcher or if a big trade is the works.
Jorge Posada has been through a difficult year in what is likely his final season as a Yankee but has he made a strong enough case to be named on Joe Girardi’s playoff roster?
NEW YORK (WFAN/AP) — Yankees backup catcher Francisco Cervelli is out indefinitely with a concussion. Cervelli was examined Monday in New York by Dr. Kirk Roberts, a neurologist specializing in concussion syndromes. The catcher was […]
For the past couple of seasons, the one pitcher who could consistently stifle the Yankees was Seattle ace Felix Hernandez. That run came to an abrupt end Monday night.
While I failed to harpoon the heart of every bromance with the captain last week, we agree on one thing: there will come a day when Derek Jeter is no longer the starting shortstop for the Yankees, and that day is about two years away.
Rockies pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez is interesting, but he’s not the perfect-fit, no-questions-asked upgrade Yankees fans have pined for since Cliff Lee escaped them last July and last December.
The Yankees’ Austin Romine singled home the go-ahead run against Kansas City’s Kelvin Herrera in a three-run eighth inning, leading the U.S. over the World team 6-4 Sunday.
Yankees catcher Russell Martin was back in the lineup on Sunday after missing four straight games from a stiff back. “Feeling good,” he said. Well, Martin must have felt something not-so-good on Monday.