Castro Drives In 5 Runs, Nearly Hits For The Cycle As Yanks Drub Astros 16-6Starlin Castro fell a triple shy of the cycle and drove in five runs as the New York Yankees scored 12 times in the first three innings of a 16-6 victory over the Houston Astros Wednesday night.
Girardi: Yankees' 2016 Goal Is A World Series Title“Our goal is to win the World Series, bottom line,” Girardi said.
Strange Territory: Yankees Set To Start Spring Training After Not Signing Any Free AgentsTheir only major additions were second baseman Starlin Castro, closer Aroldis Chapman and outfielder Aaron Hicks, all acquired in trades.
Beltran Out To Make Most Of Likely Final Season With YankeesHe's not yet ready to retire, but Carlos Beltran says he's realistic about what the future has in store for him in baseball.
Sweeny: Baseball Insiders Love The Moves Yankees Have MadeThe Yankees have behaved very uncharacteristically this offseason, but that doesn't mean they didn't improve. Just ask baseball executives.
Palladino: Offseason Changes Could Lead Mets, Yankees To Same PlaceThe Mets and Yanks have shown this offseason that different isn’t always bad.
Yankees Send Ryan To Cubs To Complete Castro-Warren TradeThe 33-year-old Ryan hit .229 this year, when he was limited to 47 games due to strains of a calf and his back.
Girardi: Yankees Are Rebuilding, But Still Have Eyes On Ultimate PrizeJoe Girardi understands what the Yankees are doing with their roster: rebuilding without jettisoning all veterans, maintaining a chance of winning now while preparing for the future.
Sweeny: Yankees Are Not Even Close To Done DealingThe Winter Meetings have come and gone, and the Yankees got some things accomplished. But there's still more to do, a lot more.
Keidel: They Are Definitely No Longer Your Older Brother's YankeesNormally, after a failed season, the Yankees would go on a shopping binge that would make Carrie Bradshaw blush. But nothing is normal anymore.
Yankees Acquire Castro From Cubs For Warren, Player To Be NamedIn another move to get younger and balance their batting order, the New York Yankees acquired infielder Starlin Castro from the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday night for pitcher Adam Warren and a player to be named.
Report: Yankees, Cubs Have Discussed Swapping Gardner For CastroIf the Yankees acquired Castro, he would play second base. The 25-year-old -- who only played shortstop from 2010-15 -- played 38 games at second base for Chicago last season.