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Andrés Chávez grew up idolizing the late-90s and early-2000s Yankees (especially Derek Jeter), cried himself to sleep when he was 12 years old in the 2001 World Series, and has blogged about the team since 2019. That's when he started writing at Pinstripe Alley.

Yankees 2024 Season Preview: Nestor Cortes

Nasty Nestor wasn’t at his best last year while battling shoulder woes. This time, he is looking for a big rebound.

Top 100 Yankees: #2 Mickey Mantle

As a player, the Mick’s achievements transcend all eras and put him right up there with the very best players in history. The legend, however, endured his fair share of suffering and pain in his life.

NYY News: Bombers are going to Mexico

The Yankees will play two exhibition games in Mexico; Baseball America ranks farm system in the top ten; Girardi lands YES Network gig; Soto and Peraza putting in the work at the gym

Wandy leaves New York; signs with the Padres

The dependable left-hander was highly efficient during his time with the Yankees, but is now heading west.

Top 100 Yankees: #10 Andy Pettitte

A homegrown talent with a left arm to envy, Pettitte offered both reliability and a knack for big playoff moments.

Gary Sheffield belongs in Cooperstown

Unproven narratives and a lack of popularity among certain media members affected Sheffield’s reputation and Hall of Fame case.

Yankees Trade History: Padres

From Jerry Mumphrey and Graig Nettles to Luke Voit and Juan Soto, there have been more than a few notable deals between the Yankees and Padres throughout history.

NYY news: Doctors not worried about symptoms for Rizzo

Cashman confident on a rebound by Rizzo; Yankees are, to this point, the only team to make Snell an offer; experts tab Orioles as AL East favorites

Celebrating Hiroki Kuroda’s Japanese Hall of Fame induction

The former Yankee righty was elected to the Japanese Hall of Fame, and it’s hard not to get excited about a guy who wore the pinstripes with class.

The Yankees, now more than ever, need their bench to perform in 2024

A lack of depth crushed the Yankees in 2023, and they’ll need quality bench play in 2024 to contend.