Boomer & Carton: Brian Cashman Isn't Expecting An Invite To Jeter's WeddingIn an effort to provide listeners with their baseball fix, Al Dukes booked Yankees general manager Brian Cashman to be a guest on the radio program Thursday morning.
For Yankees' Aaron Hicks, Criticism By Twins In 2014 Was A Wake-Up CallA switch hitter, Hicks helps balance a batting order that was overly left-handed, especially after switch-hitting first baseman Mark Teixeira broke a shin in August.
Yankees Acquire Aaron Hicks From Twins, Trade Jose Pirela To PadresThe 26-year-old Hicks appears to take Chris Young's spot on the roster, and the move could be a precursor to trading Brett Gardner.
Sweeny's Yankees Notes: Bombers Are Aware Of Their Many ShortcomingsHere we go again. It's time for the hot stove season to kick in as the GM Meetings wrap up and teams get ready for next month’s Winter Meetings.
Brian Cashman Hints That Yankees Aren't Interested In Daniel MurphyIt's highly unlikely that Daniel Murphy will play for the Mets in 2016. The same can be said for the Yankees, for that matter.
Cashman: No Pitcher Is Guaranteed A Spot In Yankees' Starting RotationCC Sabathia is not guaranteed a spot in the New York Yankees' starting rotation. Right now, no pitcher is.
Heyman: Yankees Will Listen To Offers For Closer Andrew MillerAccording to Heyman, the Yankees would want a significant package or an ace in exchange for Miller. Heyman suggested that Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg might make sense in a trade.
Yankees Fire Hitting Coach Jeff Pentland After Just 1 SeasonFor the second straight offseason, the Yankees will be looking for a new hitting coach.
Palladino: Age And Massive Contracts Will Work Against Yankees In 2016Unless something drastic happens between now and spring training, the 2016 Yanks are going to look way too much like the 2015 Yanks.
Yankees, A Team In Transition, Feel Downbeat Yet Hopeful Off Early Playoff ExitThe Yankees expected better this year than elimination in the AL wild-card game. Many others anticipated worse.
Brian Cashman On WFAN: 'We Just Didn't Look Like The Same Team In The End'Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman on Wednesday blamed his team's late-season slide and early postseason exit on a rash of injuries and slumping bats.
Cashman On Yankees' Agonizing Demise: 'The Wheels Were Flying Off As The Season Went On'The Yankees still have not led in a postseason game since Derek Jeter sprawled in the dirt three years ago, screaming in pain from a broken ankle.