Yankees fans eye Gerrit Cole as the Winter Meetings open today in sunny San Diego, where it is a full 20 degrees warmer than the Bronx.
With the Winter Meetings (and maybe some big contracts) looming, let’s check in on the Yankees’ current payroll status.
The approach to Gerrit Cole is a tonal shift for the front office, and the right one.
Not many players record multiple hits in their debut only to never play again.
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Ozuna hasn’t made much noise since a stellar 2017 season, but still has upside
Jim Bowden suggests the Yankees should deal for Josh Bell in a move that would send Miguel Andujar to Pittsburgh.
The answers to this week’s mailbag are in.
Ownership gives approval to land Gerrit Cole; Andy Pettitte makes trip to be part of Cole and Stephen Strasburg meetings; Yankees optimistic about Brett Gardner re-signing.
The Yankees have a host of young relievers who could step into the role.
The Yankees could kick the tires on these three players who were recently non-tendered by their former teams
Yankees insist money will be on the table for Cole; Bombers to let fans stream games without cable in 2020; Two possible starting pitching targets are already off the board.
The rumors are flying fast as the winter meetings near.
Now that Oakland has decided to non-tender Blake Treinen, the Bombers should make a bold play.
Ryosuke Kikuchi and Shun Yamaguchi have been formally posted, leaving them free to sign with any MLB team.
Yankees met with Gerrit Cole, set to meet with Stephen Strasburg today; Examining Derek Jeter’s Hall of Fame case; Exploring a potential deal to get Josh Hader.
The rumor mill is heating up with free agent pitching news.
It’s in the Yankees’ best interest to bring back twelve-year veteran and longest tenured Yankee Brett Gardner.
Hicks will still be recovering from Tommy John surgery when next season begins, but he can have an impact right when he returns.