Gary Sanchez Likely To Bat 2nd In Yankees LineupThe New York Yankees will likely bat power-hitting catcher Gary Sanchez second in their lineup at the start of the season.
Yankees Set To Open Season With An Eye On Future ArrivalsMost teams' fans focus on the opening-day lineup. With the Yankees, the view is further ahead.
Girardi On WFAN: Battle For Last 2 Spots In Yankees' Rotation Is Down To 4 CandidatesThe final two spots in the Yankees' rotation are a near dead heat between four pitchers, manager Joe Girardi said Tuesday.
Keidel: Yankees Need Good Luck To Contend; Mets Need Bad Luck Not ToWe know the Yankees have a decent lineup, if healthy, and a nuclear bullpen that will shut an iron door down after the seventh inning. They just don't have nearly enough starting arms to get them the ball.
Palladino: Dallas Green’s No-Nonsense Ways Carried Him Through LifeDallas Green always had a billowing voice. But on one summer’s day in 1994, he needed not a single word to describe the emotions he felt as Cindy Lauper sang the National Anthem at Shea Stadium.
Yankees Notebook: Rotation Decisions Loom, Right Field Battle RagesThe Yankees started spring training looking to fill two spots in the rotation, and it's still not clear what they'll end up doing.
Girardi: Battle For Yankees' 4-5 Spots In Rotation Still 'Wide Open'We know who the top three pitchers are in the Yankees' rotation, but how the other two spots will be filled remains a mystery. And the plot has thickened a bit this week.
Palladino: Kudos To Yankees For Not Giving In To Screams For TorresThe Yankees already lost one player for at least a month thanks to the just-concluded World Baseball Classic. They certainly don’t want to take down a promising youngster with him.
Francesa: Yankees Rotation A Far Greater Concern Than Didi Gregorius' ReplacementYankees fans have been talking a lot about how to replace injured shortstop Didi Gregorius. But the bigger issue facing the Bronx Bombers, in Mike Francesa's opinion, is the back end of their rotation.
Sweeny: Dallas Green Was A Passionate Manager Who Wasn't Afraid To Scrap Alongside PlayersDallas Green was large, and he was loud. People called him a “baseball man.” If you ever met him, you really didn’t have to hear anything else to know what that meant.
Ex-Mets, Yankees Manager Dallas Green Dead At 82Former Yankees and Mets manager Dallas Green has died, WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman reports. He was 82.
LISTEN: Austin Romine Breaks Down What He's Seeing From Yankees Pitchers This SpringAustin Romine knows his path to a starting job is blocked by perhaps the most promising young player to come through the Yankees organization in a decade. So for now, he's just focusing on doing whatever he can to help the Bombers win.