Lefty's Last Stand: CC Sabathia Makes It Official, Says He'll Retire After 2019“I look forward to 2019 being a championship season for us, me going out and giving everything I have, and leaving it all out on the field,” Sabathia said
Yankees, Luis Severino Agree To 4-Year, $40 Million ExtensionThe Yankees have locked up a main piece in the team's young core of talented stars.
New Reliever Ottavino Happy To Be A 'Zero' With YankeesThe Brooklyn native is wearing 0, the number he used at Berkeley Carroll High School and for the past six seasons with the Colorado Rockies.
Boone Hopes Yankees 'Get To Top Of The Mountain' In 2019The Yankees went 100-62 in Boone's first season as manager, their best record since winning the 2009 World Series, and Boone thinks this team could be better this year.
Tanaka Pumped About New-Look YankeesMasahiro Tanaka sees the latest incarnation of the Yankees and can't help but be confident.
Severino Out To Make Amends For Last Season's Bad Second HalfLuis Severino is viewed by many as the Yankees' ace, but he's first to admit he didn't pitch like one during the second half and playoffs last season.
Yankees' Frazier Ready To Rock After Concussion-Plagued 2018Frazier is looking to win a roster spot in a crowded outfield that includes right fielder Aaron Judge, center fielder Aaron Hicks, left fielder Brett Gardner and DH/corner outfielder Giancarlo Stanton.
Didi All Smiles, Says Return To Yankees Won't Be RushedDidi Gregorius was quick when asked if he had a date in mind for his return from a torn elbow ligament. "April," he blurted. Then he smiled and added: "We all know that's not going to happen."