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The latest on the MLB-MLBPA negotiations; Where the Yankees’ roster stands right now; A bombshell trade rumor from 1997

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Yankees Injuries: The team slowly gets healthier

Aaron Hicks is already taking batting practice and James Paxton is ready to go, while Aaron Judge remains limited

Saturday’s open thread

Start your weekend off with an open thread

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2020 will be a season of adjustments for Yankees’ third baseman Gio Urshela

If baseball is played this year, one of the Bombers’ breakthrough performers of 2019 will have to survive adjustments by opposing hurlers

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This Day in Yankees History: Gehrig’s streak reaches 1700

The Iron Horse reached a round number on his journey to 2130.

How would 2015 Rob Manfred grade Rob Manfred’s term?

We look back at Rob Manfred’s goals when he began his term, and see how well he has succeeded.

Yankees mailbag: What happens to the minors, and unheralded Yankees heroes

Here are your answers to this week’s mailbag.

Friday’s open thread

Here’s your open thread to close the week.

NYY News: Kingsmen

Mike King could be the first pitcher called up; David Cone proposes 82 game season compromise; Remembering Don Zimmer

Two college arms that could be on the Yankees draft radar

Bryce Jarvis and Slade Cecconi are talented arms that could bolster the Yankees system.

Brett Gardner’s unique place in Yankees history

The veteran outfielder’s consistency has made him a Yankee to remember.

This Day in Yankees History: Now announcing right fielder, Lyle Overbay

The Yankees draft Billy Cannon, Rickey Henderson sets the franchise SB record, and Lyle Overbay plays right field.

The Yankees may not have much playing time for Mike Tauchman

The delayed start of the still-hypothetical season gave some injured stars enough time to recover and take at-bats from Tauchman

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This was always the plan for MLB owners.

Thursday’s open thread

Start off your Thursday with an open thread.

NYY News: MLB rejects proposal

MLB rejects player’s union proposal; Yankees first round draft pick could play a role in 2020 season; a look at Clarke Schmidt; revisiting George Steinbrenner’s suspension.

These two talented shortstops could be on the Yankees’ draft board

The Yankees could be looking to add to their talented crop of minor league shortstops in this years draft.

The Yankees made a mistake in releasing their minor league players

Amidst a global pandemic and with little opportunities, the Yankees chose business over interest in their roster cuts.

This Day in Yankees History: Derek Jeter is named captain

On this day in 2003, Derek Jeter is named the 11th captain in Yankees history.

Is there such a thing as clutch?

Is the phenomenon simply the artifact of random variation, or is there more substance to the matter?

How the Yankees’ pitching strategy changes in a short season

The Yankees will benefit from expanded rosters that provide more options for pitcher deployment.

Wednesday’s open thread

Here’s your open thread for Wednesday

NYY news: What it means to be black in MLB

A roundtable with black major-leaguers; the young Yankee arms; a farewell to Foley’s; revisiting the Steinbrenner-Winfield feud

The story of the first Yankee to bat in a World Series game

The first ever action from a Yankee in a World Series game came from an unlikely source.

This Day in Yankees History: The Babe bids farewell

Ruth announces the end of his storied career at age 40.

Fun with OOTP: Can the ’61 Yankees maintain their top-seeded status against 2009?

Plus, who survived a classic seven-game matchup between 1938 and 1999?

The Second Damage: Why MLB, and the Yankees, have to do better

Silence over the killing of George Floyd and the subsequent protests undermines the legacy baseball claims

Tuesday’s open thread

Here’s your Tuesday open thread.

NYY News: Spare change please

Yankees release 45 minor league players as MLB and MLBPA squabble over money, but hey, at least Sevy’s rehab is going well.

Yankees release approximately 45 minor leaguers, per reports

The team is letting an unknown number of minor leaguers go as a cost-cutting measure

Ask Pinstripe Alley: Yankees mailbag questions request

Here’s your chance to get in your questions this week.

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This Day in Yankees History: Derek Jeter lands in New York

Nearly three decades ago, the Yankees made Derek Jeter their first-round draft pick.

Yankees Minor Leagues & Prospects

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