Yankees Reach Deals With All 8 Arbitration-Eligible PlayersThe Yankees reached one-year contracts with their remaining six players eligible for arbitration Friday, leaving their projected luxury tax payroll at $177 million — $20 million below the threshold.
Yankees' Gary Sanchez, Austin Romine Suspended For Brawl With TigersThursday's brawl in Detroit will leave the Yankees without catchers Gary Sanchez and Austin Romine for a short time.
Benches Clear 3 Times As Tigers Top Yankees, 10-6Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera and Yankees catcher Austin Romine wrestled on the ground near home plate during the first of three bench-clearing altercations during the Tigers' testy 10-6 victory over New York on Thursday.
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.
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.
Sweeny: McCann Trade Also A Vote Of Confidence For RomineFirst, I think the Yankees have shown not only faith in Gary Sanchez to be their everyday catcher, but it also shows a great deal of faith in Austin Romine, who got his first extended look last season in the backup role.
Sweeny: Romine Finally Looks Ready To Be Yankees' Backup CatcherWhen the Yankees drafted Austin Romine in the second round back in 2007, they probably hoped it would take less than nine years for him to stick on the major league roster.
Sweeny: Jorge Posada Reflects On Retirement, Jeter And MorePosada is back for his second year as a guest instructor at Yankees camp. WFAN's Sweeny Murti sat down with him for a few minutes this weekend to talk about his role and his good friend, The Captain.
Palladino: Stolen Signs Should Be Least Of Yankees' WorriesGive Girardi this. At least he cares. He may be misguided at times, but he leaves little doubt on the field as to where he stands with his team
Yankees Loss Overshadowed By Girardi-Showalter ClashJoe Girardi didn't seem interested in shedding any light on the first-inning fracas that had Orioles manager Buck Showalter angry and emptied both dugouts.
Silverman: Ghost-Busted Yankees Blow Opportunity In Wild Card ChaseThe famous Yankee Stadium ghosts, responsible for so many Yankees wins over the Red Sox over the years, did not finish the job last night.
WATCH: Booming Thunder In Bronx Gets Red Sox, Yankees Jumpy In Dugout During one of three weather delays at a soaked Yankee Stadium, a few players got jumpy in the New York dugout when thunder boomed and lightning crackled.