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Yankees Editorials & Reactions

What to think of DJ LeMahieu’s future

The veteran infielder has done incredibly well in pinstripes, but the remaining years of the contract seem as uncertain as ever.

How do the Yankees stack up against the other AL East rotations?

The Bronx Bombers made some upgrade to their pitching staff, so what do the other AL East rotations look like, and which one could cause the most trouble?

Domingo Germán should be given inside track to replace Frankie Montas in Yankees rotation

The 30-year-old righty is the best internal option to slot in as the fifth starter.

Schmidt should be the Yankees’ fifth starter with Montas out

The Yanks’ right-hander has the potential and the strikeout ability to become a stalwart in the rotation if given the chance.

One Century, Two Houses: One fan’s reflection on the “real” Yankee Stadium

Some call the old stadium home, others know only the new one. But what makes Yankee Stadium, well, Yankee Stadium?

How Nestor Cortes impacts the Yankees’ full plans for 2023

Freshly signed to a deal in his first year of arbitration, Cortes’ impact will be felt up and down the roster.

Reflecting on the Teoscar Hernández trade from the Yankees’ perspective

On the Yankees’ rivals’ trade, and the value of developing quality relief pitching.

Why you should be worried about the 2023 Yankees 

Reasons for concern as Opening Day approaches.

Yankees and Mets fans: Coexisting in the suburbs

Growing up with a rival next door, or possibly in your own family, creates an interesting fan dynamic in many New York suburban towns.

The Yankees and My Grandfather: A story about fandom roots

People get into sports in all kinds of ways. For my Yankees fandom, it was thanks to my grandfather, who also happens to be celebrating his birthday today.

On ramps, fandom, and taking the long way

Sports fandom is a silly thing we all do, but being part of a good crowd can be a joy like no other.

Questioning the Yankees’ vision for 2023 and beyond

Have the Yankees backed themselves into a corner with their decisions over the last handful of seasons?

LeMahieu by far the best option to man third for the 2023 Yankees

Even with Donaldson’s salary and IKF’s Gold Glove defense at the hot corner, LeMahieu should be the starter.

Why you should be excited about the 2023 Yankees

Three reasons to be optimistic about this year’s edition of the Bronx Bombers.

Clayton Beeter is the Yankees’ best-kept secret and could help in 2023

The right-handed strikeout artist has the potential to be a weapon from the bullpen at some point this year.

Where does Isiah Kiner-Falefa fit in this Yankees lineup?

If he’s going to be here, he has to fit somewhere.

The Yankees’ short-term middle infield future is a unique situation

Looking across the league, few have a situation similar to the Bronx Bombers.

In favor of a true six-man rotation

Forget spot starts and swingmen — why it’s smart to keep a sixth starter stretched out, starting STAT.

Harrison Bader quickly endeared himself to Yankees fans

Home runs help, but how a player wins over a fanbase goes beyond his play on the field.

The Yankees and the risk of clubhouse picks

Having an edge is a plus, as long as it’s the right kind of edge.

Brian Sabean has a lot to offer and is a savvy hire by the Yankees

The successful former San Francisco Giants executive is returning where it all started

Contemplating the Yankees’ future with the luxury tax

If this winter is any indication, the Yankees might be bucking their recent trend of cycling beneath the luxury tax.

No more outfield moves? The case for standing pat

With free agent and trade options lacking, another few months of internal options is the best route to a new left fielder.

2022 was the year Derek Jeter came home

After a frosty few years, having the icon back in house just feels right.

The Yankees starting rotation feels more secure than ever

With the addition of another ace, and increased confidence in the middle, the rotation feels as solid as ever.

Germán is expendable after the Rodón acquisition

It’s time for the Domingo Germán era in The Bronx to end.

Yankees don’t have what Bucs want for a Reynolds trade

The Yankees are reportedly talking about Reynolds for their vacancy in left field. However, a lack of high-caliber pitching in the system leaves much to be desired.

Cabrera is primed to shine in a super-utility role with the Yanks

The Yankees have a lot of holes in their lineup, but saving Cabrera for a jack-of-all-trades role would be ideal

It’s OK to be worried about Giancarlo Stanton

Some concerning signs in the recent All-Star’s performance has me doubting for the first time.

Someone else’s problem: One potential reason for all these long-term deals

Volatility in the player and management market hedges the personal risk of long contracts.

Yankees should pursue the Hosmer strategy for Hicks

The Padres were aggressive admitting a mistake, and the Yanks can do the same.

Yankees must go all-in and aggressively upgrade the offense

The team’s recent spending spree is definitely great to see, but they won’t win the World Series with their current offense.