With Boomer out and the local newspapers’ sports sections littered with questionable stories, Craig, flying solo, had his work cut out for him.
Hal Steinbrenner shared his optimism for 2012 and his plans for beyond, namely the Yankees commitment to bring their payroll under the $189 million luxury tax threshold under the new CBA.
Steinbrenner says it’s his goal to lower the team’s payroll to $189 million over the next few years.
The IRS says a refund claim was filed too late and has sued Steinbrenner and his wife, Christina, to recover $670,493.78.
These are Hal Steinbrenner’s Yankees, and it means less seat-of-the-pants spending.
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.
What the Yankees probably didn’t plan on with CC Sabathia’s opt-out situation looming? Robinson Cano’s agent asking for a re-tooled contract, according to the New York Post.
The Yankees are better off without the services of free agent slugger David Ortiz. A mix of controversy, age and lineup inflexibility are reasons why he shouldn’t don pinstripes.
Statistically, Mark Teixeira hasn’t lived up to the hype since joining the New York Yankees. With the rival Red Sox possessing MVP candidate Adrian Gonzalez, questions about Teixeira will become more frequent the longer he fails to produce.
Once upon a time, whether you liked him or not, George Steinbrenner was the sheriff of the New York Yankees. Who runs the show now?
Hank Steinbrenner said on Monday that he isn’t too happy with how the Yankees are playing. One can only wonder how he feels after the Bombers’ latest loss.
Andy Pettitte is going ahead with his decision to retire, leaving the Yankees with a huge hole in what appears to be a rather wobbly starting rotation. On Thursday, several all-time great Yankees weighed in on Pettitte’s career in pinstripes.
Joe Torre, Bobby Cox and Lou Piniella have been honored by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America for their long careers.
What Brian Cashman is finding out is that Hal Steinbrenner might just have a little more Boss in him than maybe we all thought.
In a move mirroring those of his famous father, Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner overruled general manager Brian Cashman in giving a $35 million, three-year contract to Rafael Soriano.
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