Yankees Signings & Contracts
IKF is set to earn $6 million in his final year before free agency.
Did the Yankees bring back Anthony Rizzo in part to entice Aaron Judge to stay?
The only Yankees remaining from the 2015 ballclub will remain in the Bronx for at least one more year.
Keep track of the Yankees’ entire 2022 draft class here.
The Yankees finally have a deal with their MVP frontrunner.
A former Cardinals All-Star and a once-can’t-miss prospect join the Yankees’ roster with several players banged up.
The Yankees entered Tuesday with 12 contracts to settle before the end of the day. Track them all here!
The first baseman’s two-year deal pushes the team over the second luxury tax threshold.
The post-2021 trade deadline first baseman is coming back to New York on a two-year-contract.
The strange offseason led to a smaller crop than normal, but the NRIs are here.
The three-time Gold Glove winner will try to prolong a career that has sputtered in recent years.
Just the signing that fans wanted, right?
The veteran might still come back for a 15th season in pinstripes, but the odds are just a bit longer now.
Keep track of the Yankees’ entire 2021 draft class here.
Gardner will return to the Yankees for his 14th season.
Derek Dietrich and Nick Goody join the group of non-roster invitees for 2021 who had not been announced.
Another free agent reliever has brought the Yankees near the limit of their self-constrained budget, and to the max of their 40-man roster.
The Yankees added to their catching depth by bringing in a veteran.
Remember how Yankees fans reacted when LeMahieu arrived in 2019? Friday’s news brought about the exact opposite response.
The two-time Cy Young winner is the ultimate high-reward move.
For Brian Cashman, one free agent signing wasn’t enough for Friday.