With free agency looming, the Yankees locked up the greatest closer of all-time (for the first time) for four more years.
Sometimes, the right move is to stand pat.
While never considered the ace of the staff, Mike Mussina was the Yankees’ best pitcher during his tenure in the Bronx.
Needing to add some pop to their lineup in 2000, the Yankees made a perfect move.
El Duque entered a pressure packed environment and he responded with consistently great performances in huge games.
The lockout has frozen the transaction wire, but that won’t stop us from recalling some great Yankees moves of yore.
Our all-time complementary third baseman declined a bit as a Yankee, but was still a really good hitter.
Ten years ago, the Yankees dealt a stud prospect for one of baseball’s best young arms.
For a time, extensions weren’t common for the Yankees, but they did issue some pretty large ones.
One of the first designated hitters in Yankee history gets the nod here.
In a rich history of first basemen, "Moose" can’t be overlooked.
Bob Turley’s career should be seen as a warning of the damage overuse can do to a pitcher’s arm.
The old lefty is no slam dunk Cooperstown candidate, but in a more just world, he would poll higher.
Should the Yankees erect another monument, their legendary catcher stands atop the list of candidates.