12/11/2013 | Filling rotation needs a challenge for Cashman
Brian Cashman said on Wednesday that the asking prices for pitchers have made deals challenging, adding that the Yanks may instead turn to non-roster spring invitees to cobble together a rotation.
12/11/2013 | Despite questions, don't discount Yankees' chances
If you look at the 2014 Yankees from a certain angle, you see a team capable of winning a World Series.
12/11/2013 | Hall of Fame trio could have been doubled
Unlike with Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa and Joe Torre, there is an easy case to be made against adding Marvin Miller, George Steinbrenner and Billy Martin to the Hall of Fame. Yet the case in favor of the latter three individuals is more compelling.
12/10/2013 | Yanks not shopping Gardner, but listening to offers
With so many needs to address, it is not in Brian Cashman's best interest to use the "ignore" button on his cell phone, so the Yankees' general manager said that he has been patiently listening to calls about Brett Gardner.
12/10/2013 | Girardi, Cashman moving on without Cano
About a week has passed since Joe Girardi learned that he would no longer fill out lineup cards with Robinson Cano's name on them, and the construction of those batting orders created an issue in the Yankees' clubhouse last season.
12/10/2013 | Granderson adds spice to Yankees-Mets rivalry
Curtis Granderson did not waste any time adding some spice to the crosstown rivalry between the Yankees and the Mets, leaving little question where his allegiances now reside.
12/10/2013 | Torre can count on spot in Monument Park
It is only a matter of time before the pinstriped No. 6 that Joe Torre wore on his back for 12 seasons appears in Monument Park, general manager Brian Cashman said on Tuesday.
12/10/2013 | The New Yorker's Angell wins Spink Award
Roger Angell, a senior editor at The New Yorker magazine and a longtime spinner of feature-length baseball yarns, was voted the winner of the J.G. Taylor Spink Award in the annual balloting among members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America on Tuesday.
12/10/2013 | Steiner Sports brings Yanks' 'Core Four' together
After all of those years, all of those parades up Broadway, all of those records, all of those awards, all of those cheers, all of those good times and all of those farewells, the Yankees' "Core Four" gathered together Monday night in New York.
12/9/2013 | Yankees send congratulations Torre's way
Joe Torre quipped that a wave of emotions had "hit him like a sledgehammer" once the longtime big league manager learned that he had been unanimously selected to the Baseball of Hall of Fame via the 16-voter Expansion Era Committee.
12/9/2013 | Cashman seeks pitching, infield help at Meetings
Less than 24 hours after he dangled off the side of the tallest building in Stamford, Conn., again taking part in a holiday rappelling event, Brian Cashman's feet were firmly on the ground at the Winter Meetings. Cashman arrived for the four-day event believing that the Yankees have much more work to do, and the general manager was said to have spent the day chatting with his counterparts, searching for deals to fill some of the club's remaining holes.
12/9/2013 | Lower-profile signings can make difference
It's not uncommon for a baseball executive to ask a scout to find someone "playing under the radar." The challenge: find a player not receiving much buzz or fanfare who can deliver sufficient rewards for little or low risk.
12/9/2013 | Mandela to be honored with plaque in Monument Park
The Yankees plan to dedicate a plaque in Monument Park in honor of former South African president and renowned humanitarian Nelson Mandela when they host the Cubs on Jackie Robinson Day at Yankee Stadium on April 15.
12/9/2013 | Torre's Hall of Fame credentials undisputed
When considering the managerial career of Joe Torre, you take into account not only the victories, but the dignity, the grace and the good humor -- even under the most stressful of circumstances.
12/9/2013 | Yankees go to bat for Stand Up To Cancer
The Yankees have stepped to the plate with a pair of special items as the Winter Meetings prepare to feature an MLB.com Auction to benefit Stand Up To Cancer, which Major League Baseball has supported since 2008 as founding sponsor.
12/9/2013 | La Russa, Torre, Cox going into Hall of Fame
Former managers Tony La Russa, Joe Torre and Bobby Cox were elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday by a unanimous vote of the Expansion Era Committee.
12/8/2013 | Yanks look to continue shopping at Meetings
In a way, the Yankees aren't much different than the scores of tourists who find their way to the "Most Magical Place on Earth" every year. They've brought money to spend, want to create some memories and do not intend to head home empty-handed. General manager Brian Cashman and his decision-making team figure to be among the biggest movers and shakers at the Winter Meetings, which kick off on Monday at the Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort.
12/7/2013 | Ellsbury, Yankees complete seven-year deal
Jacoby Ellsbury officially completed a seven-year, $153 million contract with the Yankees on Saturday, cashing in his Red Sox for a fresh set of pinstripes.
12/7/2013 | Notre Dame set to play in 2013 Pinstripe Bowl
The University of Notre Dame has accepted an invitation to play in the 2013 New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium on Dec. 28.
12/6/2013 | Veteran bat Beltran, Yankees an ideal match
Carlos Beltran is a perfect fit for the Yankees, and not just because he makes that lineup significantly better. He's the prototype of what the Yankees want their players to be.
12/6/2013 | Yankees reportedly agree to deal with Beltran
The Yankees quickly moved on from second baseman Robinson Cano, agreeing to a three-year, $45 million deal with outfielder Carlos Beltran on Friday evening, according to multiple reports.
12/6/2013 | Yankees will survive just fine without Cano
Even after losing Robinson Cano in free agency, the Yankees are still in the game. Anyone who thinks otherwise is nuts.
12/6/2013 | Cano's departure gives Yanks financial flexibility
Robinson Cano reportedly agreed to a 10-year, $240 million contract with the Mariners on Friday, a departure that officially flipped the script of the Yankees' winter.
12/6/2013 | Kuroda agrees to one-year, $16 million deal
The Yankees have reportedly finalized an agreement with starting pitcher Hiroki Kuroda, securing him with a one-year contract and his same bonus package as the 2013 season.
12/6/2013 | Yanks in 'aggressive' mode heading into Meetings
The Yankees know they have needs to fill, but they are announcing that they have money to spend and are open for business, which could create some terrific shopping opportunities when baseball's Winter Meetings kick off next week in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
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