Welcome to Spring Training baseball Yankees fans!!! We have been waiting for this day since the last out of the World Series. (some of us since the last out of the Yankees season back in early October) The New York Yankees 115th season is about to begin but before it officially does, Spring Training comes … More Pregame notes for the first spring training game (FINALLY!)
On Tuesday, February 7th, reports came out announcing the Yankees signing of 1B/DH Chris Carter to a 1-year, $3.5 million deal. At first look it seems the Yankees got a steal because of the fact that Chris was the league-leader in home runs in the National League last season with 41 jacks. But if you … More Yankees sign 2016 NL home run champ to a 1-year, $3.5 million….but for what role?
On Tuesday Brian Cashman had given his thoughts on a few of the Yankees current and future stars. Here are a few takeaways from what he said on the Yankees Hot Stove Show: Aaron Judge, OF Brian says that the powerful right-handed outfielder continues to work and develop his swing. He even has worked out … More Cashman thoughts on future Yankees
Last night the Yankees GM spoke on the Yankees Hot Stove Show on the YES Network and among other things he talked about, he made it apparent that the Yankees are “99.9 percent plus” done with making moves this offseason. However, they will still stay engaged in talks to see if maybe they can make … More Yankees GM: 99.9% done with the roster this offseason
Ok so I get the Yankees biggest need this offseason is starting pitching and getting Jose Quintana from the White Sox would be a great addition to the rotation. However, the reality of this happening is very slim and to be honest it is not worth it right now. Jose Quintana has been one of … More Thoughts on Jose Quintana trade rumor
Since the Yankees were not able to obtain some starting pitching during this past winter meeting, it seems that most likely they will instead use the pitchers we have in the organization. The season will not begin any time soon so they still have plenty of time to make things happen whether it is through … More In-house options for the rest of the Yankees rotation
Just because the winter meetings are over, it does not mean that the trades and free agent signings are over. Especially for the Yankees because of the fact that they failed to accomplish their number one priority this offseason, which was to acquire a starting pitcher. They still have plenty of time to do this, … More Move the Yankees should be considering other than adding a starting pitcher
After the Yankees had signed Aroldis Chapman a few days ago, Twitter blew up with angry Yankees fans complaining and throwing out different reasons why the move was a bad move. I will address two different reasons that bother me the most and give my thoughts on them. The biggest one I would like to … More Thoughts(Rant) on Chapman and Why Yankees fans need to relax a bit
According to Ken Rosenthal, the Yankees have re-signed Aroldis Chapman to a 5 yr/ $86 million deal making him the highest payed reliever in the game, this coming a few days after Mark Melancon had set the record when he signed to the San Francisco Giants. This is great for the Yankees considering the fact … More Yankees re-sign Aroldis Chapman to a 5-year, $86 million deal
Reports have cme out of this years winter meetings that many teams have inquired about Brett Gardner and that the Yankees have declined the offers. However, it seems as if the Yankees are still going to be listening to offers even though they said they rather keep him than trade him. But the real question is … More Should Brett Gardner be traded?