Some Yankees fans have expressed outrage, but Brian Cashman has kept the organization’s best interests at heart by waiting for the right deal.
Darvish, we hardly knew Yu. The Yankees, as expected, won’t be negotiating with Japanese sensation Yu Darvish.
Despite the big-name signings of Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson, the Los Angeles Angels haven’t distanced themselves from the 2012 Yankees.
With the offseason in full swing, it only made sense to have another epic email discussion between Neil Keefe and Sweeny Murti.
Pujols won’t be joining Jose Reyes in Miami. And better yet for Mets fans, Pujols is headed out of the National League.
All-Star shortstop Jose Reyes and the Miami Marlins provided quite a warmup for the winter meetings (sorry, Mets fans).
Baseball’s winter meetings open Monday, a four-day session that often turns into a fan’s delight. There’s always the promise of blockbuster trades and major free-agent signings
The Yankees interest in Oakland Athletics’ All-Star lefty Gio Gonzalez appears to be rising and they have the prospects required to meet Billy Beane’s high demands.
Justin Verlander winning the MVP started plenty of arguments, but it also deprived us of another great winter debate—if Jacoby Ellsbury had won the award over Curtis Granderson.
Some of the priciest gifts purchased around this holiday season won’t arrive in a bow. Here are predictions as to where baseball’s Top 5 Free Agents will end up.
C.J. Wilson may be the most talented starter on the free agent market but the Yankees should turn to other targets if his salary demands are too high.
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.
Brian Cashman should turn his full attention to free agent starter Mark Buerhle. The former White Sox ace can fill the Yankees’ craving for a reliable starter.
It’s fair to say Yankees fans don’t want to see CC Sabathia pitching elsewhere next season. Especially not with the Boston Red Sox.
On Sunday night, Derek Holland kept Albert Pujols in the ballpark — and the Texas Rangers in this World Series.