Some Yankees fans have expressed outrage, but Brian Cashman has kept the organization’s best interests at heart by waiting for the right deal.
Sweeny Murti discusses the Yankees’ rotation going into 2012, remaining free agent possibilities and the likelihood of trading A.J. Burnett.
Darvish, we hardly knew Yu. The Yankees, as expected, won’t be negotiating with Japanese sensation Yu Darvish.
The Ham Fighters will announce the winner of the Yu Darvish sweepstakes Tuesday morning, Japan time, the pitcher’s agent tweeted on Monday.
The Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters of Japan’s Pacific League have until Tuesday to accept a bid from a major league team for pitcher Yu Darvish.
These are Hal Steinbrenner’s Yankees, and it means less seat-of-the-pants spending.
Despite the big-name signings of Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson, the Los Angeles Angels haven’t distanced themselves from the 2012 Yankees.
The Yankees and Nationals are among several teams speculated to have interest in Darvish.
With the offseason in full swing, it only made sense to have another epic email discussion between Neil Keefe and Sweeny Murti.
Brian Cashman has returned to the Yankees and he shed some light on his off-season agenda when he spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon. Here are some of the more interesting tidbits…
It’s fair to say Yankees fans don’t want to see CC Sabathia pitching elsewhere next season. Especially not with the Boston Red Sox.
As the Fall Classic continues, Sweeny has some thoughts about the Yankees, home field advantage, Prince Fielder, and a 25-year old Japanese right-hander named Yu Darvish.