Yankees Avoid Arbitration With 6 PlayersThe team avoided salary arbitration by reaching agreements with shortstop Didi Gregorius, starting pitcher Michael Pineda and backup catcher Austin Romine, WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman reported Friday.
Palladino: Cashman's Rotation Plans May Not Sit Well With Yankees FansBrian Cashman is preaching patience with his young Yankees, but one has to wonder just how long they'll get by with this suspect rotation.
Sweeny: Posada A Realist, Yet Optimistic About Hall Of Fame ChancesThere are very few players -- if any -- that I covered that were more emotional than Jorge Posada.
Sweeny: Hall Call Not Imminent, But Mussina May Not Be 'Mr. Almost' For LongThis is a stressful time for Mike Mussina. And it actually has nothing to do with the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Block: Gooden's Charisma Was On Full Display On A December Day In The BronxSitting flush against the wall along the entrance inside the TM Baseball Academy in the Bronx, Ray Negron was buoyed by organizing an event to help underprivileged kids through baseball, and elated that Dwight Gooden had shown up.
Report: Talk Growing Of Yankees-Red Sox Series In LondonThe teams' owners have reportedly been discussing the possibility for a couple of years. Now that there's a new collective bargaining agreement in place that spells out a commitment to playing games outside the U.S. and Canada, there appears to be more momentum behind the idea.
Yankees Trade Nick Goody To IndiansGoody, 25, appeared in 27 games last season. He had a 4.66 ERA and 34 strikeouts over 29 innings.
Report: Yankees Interested In White Sox's QuintanaQuintana, who turns 28 next month, was 13-12 with a 3.20 ERA and 181 strikeouts in 208 innings last season.
Palladino: Young Yankees Have Leaders In Betances, HollidayYouth movements like the one the Yankees are currently working through often come at the expense of veteran leadership.
Yankees' Chapman: Cubs' Maddon Misused Me During PostseasonAroldis Chapman says Cubs manager Joe Maddon misused him during the postseason, putting the hard-throwing reliever on the mound too often in Chicago's successful effort to win the World Series for the first time since 1908.
Top Prospects Keep Hank Steinbrenner Bullish On YankeesThe team's co-chairman thinks young players who came up late this season such as Gary Sanchez, Aaron Judge and Tyler Austin and others still developing in the farm system can soon become the face of New York's next dynasty.
Yankees' Sabathia Excited About Chapman And 'Team In Transition'Given he never pitched into the ninth inning this year, CC Sabathia is happy the Yankees brought back Aroldis Chapman.

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