‘Tis the season to be — angry?
Despite all the naysayers in the blogosphere, GM Sandy Alderson is doing exactly what he should be doing — keeping his options open.
“I feel like we’re asking for less than what’s fair,” Dickey said Tuesday. “There is a surprise sometimes when things don’t get done quickly and you already think you’re extending the olive branch.”
The Yankees have put their own offseason twist on a classic Abbott and Costello routine: “Teixeira’s on first, Cano’s on second and I Don’t Know’s on third.”
The Yankees have had an uncharacteristically quiet offseason. But could the suddenly frugal franchise be maneuvering for a big splash?
The 38-year-old Yankees captain insists he’s on a path that will allow him to be New York’s shortstop on opening day, April 1.
Though it hasn’t been a home-run offseason, Mets fans have certainly had some cause to celebrate. And for now some more good new$.
The Yankees picked up the final year of Curtis Granderson’s contract this offseason. But will the Grandy Man be picking up his paychecks in the Bronx?
After four years of saluting the Bleacher Creatures at Yankee Stadium, Nick Swisher may have a suitor in Boston.
Wilpon would rather have both All-Stars return — even if they remain unsigned.
The future of knuckleballer R.A. Dickey is still very much fluttering in the breeze. To trade or not to trade?
Ask the question, Mets fans: Would you rather see Cinderella or a World Series?
Good news: R.A. Dickey said Wednesday there has “been some progress” in his extension talks with the Mets. That brings us to the bad news.
Bay Watch is officially over. Jason Bay is now a free agent after negotiating out of of his deal with the Mets.
Can he come back to be the Great Mariano after such a severe injury? There is room for doubt, so the Yankees must fortify the rest of their setup corps as well. Does that include Rafael Soriano?