Hal Steinbrenner On WFAN: Yankees Will 'Leave No Stone Unturned' At Trade DeadlineSteinbrenner said the club will look for ways to shore weaknesses as the trade deadline draws near, although he indicated he's not in favor of giving up any top prospects.
Hal Steinbrenner Admits He's Concerned After Tanaka's Recent OutingsIn his last three starts, Tanaka has a 9.00 ERA. On Sunday night against Houston, the right-hander allowed eight runs on seven hits before being pulled with two outs in the second inning, spoiling Derek Jeter Night.
Hal Steinbrenner Says Yankees Could Be Buyers Before Trade Deadline, But Won't Sacrifice Top ProspectsGiven his team's fast start after jettisoning veterans last summer, Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner will consider adding players as the trade deadline approaches in July.
Hal Steinbrenner On WFAN: Yankees Can Contend If Things Break RightHal Steinbrenner says he believes this year's Yankees could be playing well into October and that the front office won't be afraid to be aggressive at the trade deadline if a move needs to be made.
Hal Steinbrenner Speaks Highly Of Girardi, CashmanGirardi is in the final season of a four-year, $16 million deal and is beginning his 10th season as Yankees manager.
Hal Steinbrenner Says Future Is Now For Young YankeesBaby Bombers mean a lower payroll but higher expectations for the New York Yankees.
Yankees Make No Secret About Wanting Chapman BackWhen it comes to their desire to bring back closer Aroldis Chapman, the Yankees aren't exactly playing it close to the vest.
Steinbrenner Says Yankees Fans Ready To Embrace Baby BombersThe Yankees will always be the Yankees, Steinbrenner assured, stating marquee players will always be part of the team's equation.
Report: Yankees' Brass Divided Over Whether To Enter Sell ModeThere is reportedly division among the Yankees' decision makers about whether to sell off the team's assets as the trade deadline approaches.
Girardi On WFAN: Yankees Players Will Brush Off Steinbrenner's CriticismSpeaking to reporters Wednesday, Steinbrenner backed Girardi and general manager Brian Cashman but blamed the players for the team's poor start.
Steinbrenner Backs Girardi, Blames Yankees Players For Awful StartHal Steinbrenner had just started his quarterly State of the Yankees session when he asked to switch places with reporters and stood near the side of the lobby at Major League Baseball's headquarters.
Hal Steinbrenner: Aroldis Chapman Innocent Until Proven OtherwiseYankees owner Hal Steinbrenner says reliever Aroldis Chapman is "innocent until proven otherwise."