Going into spring training this year feels a lot like going into spring training in 2008, and no, that can’t be good.
Members of the Mets and Yankees that played in the 2000 Subway Series and other guests joined Mike Francesa at the Mohegan Sun casino to reminisce about their experiences.
“His arm is healthy and his head is in a good spot,” new Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild said about pitcher A.J. Burnett.
Ben Kabak of RiverAveBlues.com joined Neil Keefe to talk about what we can expect from the Yankees in spring training and to preview some of the competitions for jobs in Tampa.
Yankees catcher Russell Martin is set to resume catching drills Wednesday for the first time since undergoing knee surgery in December.
A person familiar with the negotiations says third baseman Eric Chavez and the Yankees have agreed to a minor league contract.
Though he was primarily a catcher in the major leagues, former Yankees World Series hero Jim Leyritz is the new pitching coach for the minor league Newark Bears.
Andy Pettitte will announce his retirement Friday morning at a Yankee Stadium news conference.
Roger Clemens says he’s not concerned that his attorney briefly represented his former-teammate-turned-accuser Andy Pettitte.
The Yankees have acquired outfielder Justin Maxwell from the Washington Nationals for minor league right-hander Adam Olbrychowski.
The Mets have even more problems to worry about than just the start of spring training in the coming weeks. In fact, these problems could change the direction of the franchise for years to come. Those problems are major money issues with the owners.
The Yankees believe Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg implied in remarks made to fans in Texas Thursday that he got one over on the storied franchise.
The baseball world has revolved around the Yankees the last few days and it called for an emergency discussion with the voice of reason, Sweeny Murti.
The always exuberant Yankee joined Mike Francesa to talk about being honored at Thurman Munson Awards Dinner, his offseason and getting back to playing baseball.
Former Yankees great Don Mattingly joined Mike Francesa to talk about his upcoming rookie season as manager of the Dodgers and his new charity venture.