Kallet: Signing Curtis Granderson Was A Move The Mets HAD To Make Inking Grandy sends the right message, and it puts the baseball world on notice that this franchise isn't just going to rest on its laurels and continue to be a complete and utter joke.
Yankees Have Officially Signed Ellsbury And KurodaThat would leave them with approximately $5 million to spend if they intend to stay under the $189 million threshold.
Heyman: Mariners, Robinson Cano Agree To 10-Year, $240M Deal It was a back-and-forth morning, but Robinson Cano is no longer a Yankee. The second baseman agreed to a 10-year, $240 million deal with the Mariners on Friday, according to WFAN/CBSSports.com insider Jon Heyman.
Palladino: Injury-Prone Ellsbury Is A Crapshoot For Yankees While there’s no doubt what a healthy Ellsbury could do for an outfield that missed power-hitter Curtis Granderson for most of last year, there will always be the question of whether his bones will hold up after the next collision.
Yankees' McCann On WFAN: 'This Place Is All About Family And Winning'The Bombers made the move official on Dec. 3, and the seven-time All-Star met the media at a press conference on Thursday at Yankee Stadium.
Keidel: Not-So-Shallow Hal — Steinbrenner Makes Statement With JacobyMLB needs the Yankees at their best, and their worst. To drive up prices, to drive up interest, baseball needs the Yankees to be interesting. And, as always, it took a Steinbrenner to make that happen.
Yankees Shock Baseball World With Jacoby Ellsbury Splash Ellsbury, who turned 30 in September, led the majors with 52 stolen bases despite being hobbled late in the season by a broken right foot. The lefty-hitting leadoff man batted .298 with nine homers and 53 RBIs.
Mets Non-Tender Valdespin, Hefner, Atchison, Quintanilla And TurnerThe Mets did not offer contracts to pitchers Jeremy Hefner and Scott Atchison, infielders Omar Quintanilla and Justin Turner, and utility man Jordany Valdespin, making the five free agents.
Sweeny: How Is The Market Shaping Up For Robinson Cano? Is there a market for Robinson Cano beyond the New York Yankees? That is what we hope to learn at the Winter Meetings next week in Orlando.
Report: Cano Denies Asking For $300M, Slightly Lowers PriceAccording to free agent second baseman Robinson Cano, the words "$300 million" have never come out of his mouth.
Yankees Agree With Catcher Brian McCann On 5-Year DealAccording to WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman, the Yankees are close to wrapping up a five-year, $85 million deal with catcher Brian McCann. Deal would include an option year and full no-trade clause.
Yankees Engaged With Many Free Agents, Have Eyes On Many OthersThe warnings of a possible spending free-for-all started coming last week and now the Yankees are fully engaged with the agents for several of the top free agents on the market, WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman reported Wednesday.