Lichtenstein: No Titles, But Local Sports Had Plenty To Be Thankful For In 2017The New York City area has had a championship dry spell since, well, I submitted my first Thanksgiving post six years ago.
Report: New Posting Deal Reached, Opening Door To Otani Coming To MLBMLB owners are scheduled to vote for ratification on Dec. 1, and Otani is expected to be posted then or the following day, the report said.
Aaron Judge Undergoes Shoulder Surgery, Expected Back For Spring TrainingApparently Aaron Judge's shoulder was acting up during his record-breaking rookie season.
Yankees Raise Available Signing Bonus For Japanese Star Shohei Otani To $3.5 MillionNew York has the second-highest total of available international signing bonus money behind the Texas Rangers at $3,535,000.
Keidel: Mattingly Would Make Sense For Yankees -- Perhaps Too Much SenseNow that we've recovered from the abject mystery and misery of firing Joe Girardi, we can pseudo-focus on the next guy while we scratch our scalps.
Palladino: Yankees’ New Manager Must Not Tinker With Aaron JudgeIt doesn’t really matter that Aaron Judge came in second in the American League MVP voting to Jose Altuve last week. What matters is that Judge was, without a doubt, the Yankees’ MVP.
Sweeny: The Case For Chris Woodward As Yankees' Next ManagerWe see it all the time in football -- a successful team has its coaching staff raided by other teams looking to copy the magic formula to winning.
Sweeny: The Case For Aaron Boone As Yankees' Next ManagerThere are people we call baseball lifers. And then there is Aaron Boone, part of one of the most accomplished families in the sport.
Yankees Interview Aaron Boone For Managerial OpeningThe Yankees on Friday interviewed one of the franchise's past postseason heroes for its managerial opening.
Keidel: Steinbrenner's Explanation On Girardi Doesn't Add UpPoliticians often brand Big Apple Mayor the second-hardest job in our republic. The only harder and hotter seat than Gracie Mansion is the Oval Office. 
Sweeny: The Case For Meulens As Yankees' Next ManagerIt takes a Yankee fan of a different generation to remember the name Hensley Meulens, or his nickname "Bam-Bam."
Meulens 3rd Manager Candidate To Interview With YankeesHensley Meulens has become the third candidate to interview for New York Yankees manager after Rob Thomson and Eric Wedge.

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