A day after we learned which players the Yankees reportedly won’t target in free agency, we got a better of idea of who exactly is on their radar.
Heyman reports that hitting coach Lamar Johnson and assistant hitting coach Luis Natera will not retain their roles within the organization in 2015. It’s unclear who will replace them.
According to CBSSports.com/WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman, the general manager is getting a three-year extension from the Mets that will run through 2017.
It looks like it might be the status quo for the Yankees next season. As far as general manager Brian Cashman’s job goes, it appears the Steinbrenners will try to bring him back in 2015.
He flamed out during his first stint in New York, but Chris Young may soon get another chance.
Rob Manfred has been elected baseball’s 10th commissioner and will succeed Bud Selig in January.
Mets manager Terry Collins is expected to be retained for the 2015 season, according to CBSSports.com/WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman.
It’s looking like there won’t be any major moves in Flushing. At least not ahead of the July 31 deadline.
Cliff Lee may be coveted, but John Danks could make more sense for the Yankees.
What will they do at the trade deadline? That’s the question that will follow the Yankees and Mets around once the All-Star break ends.
The agreement, which was delayed for weeks due to “sticky language,” is pending a physical, according to WFAN and CBSSports.com baseball insider Jon Heyman.
The Mets entered their series finale in Atlanta on Wednesday 37-47 and general manager Sandy Alderson said a course of action would be charted out over the next 10 days to two weeks.
The Red Sox have signed Stephen Drew to a one-year deal, according to WFAN/CBSSports.com baseball insider Jon Heyman.
Scouts said the 32-year-old “looked fit and healthy” following Tommy John surgery and his pitches were clocked between 87-93 mph, according Jon Heyman of WFAN and CBSSports.com.
It’s only fitting. Major League Baseball has honored the top closers in baseball for years, but soon will rename its awards after arguably the two best relievers to ever pick up a ball.