The Yankees have signed Bartolo Colon to a minor league contract.
Jimmy Traina, the writer and creator of SI.com’s “Hot Clicks”, joined me to talk about the direction of the Jets and Yankees, Brian Cashman’s decision making and what’s it like to talk to Derek Jeter.
Prosecutors want to prevent baseball star Roger Clemens’ lawyer from cross-examining his former teammate Andy Pettitte over claims that Clemens lied about using performance-enhancing drugs.
In this episode of By The Numbers, former guest blogger Ray Aumack gives us wonderful look at a wonderful human being.
Jon Heyman is reporting that Yankees have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with Andruw Jones for $2 million plus $1.2 million in performance bonuses.
What Brian Cashman is finding out is that Hal Steinbrenner might just have a little more Boss in him than maybe we all thought.
Phil Hughes receives $2.7 million for the 2011 season, while Joba Chamberlain will earn $1.4 million and Boone Logan $1.2 million as the Yankees avoid arbitration.
The Yankees seemed toxic to All-Stars this offseason (unless you consider Russell Martin a big score). Critics call it karma, but the Yankees usually spend their way out of hexes and hoaxes.
Since the Yankees rotation is still in shambles and the Giants went out and took their own playoff berth away from themselves, and I decided to redo my Christmas list.
Newly released documents show the special prosecutor in the Watergate case expressed “extreme interest” in a 1970s criminal investigation of Yankees owner George Steinbrenner for illegal campaign contributions.
A person familiar with the deal says reliever Luis Vizcaino has agreed to a minor league contract with the New York Yankees.
The Yankees are getting close on a deal for Pedro Feliciano, who called the Mets’ bullpen home for most of the last nine seasons.
Mariano Rivera admitted the unthinkable had been a possibility.
The Boston Red Sox offered him a chance to turn in his pinstripes and switch sides in baseball’s fiercest rivalry.
Mike Hurley of NESN.com joined WFAN’s Neil Keefe to talk about the direction of the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry following one of the most depressing days for Yankees fans in a while.
Cliff Lee wasn’t Plan A. He was The Plan. There isn’t another free agent pitcher even close to his abilities; in fact there isn’t even another free agent pitcher I would want on the Yankees.