Yankees Trade Deadline Coverage
It was a busy couple days across pretty much the entirety of the AL East.
Cashman added two outfielders, a pair of relievers, a top starter, and a prospect without giving up an elite Baby Bomber, but Jordan Montgomery is gone.
Was the Yankees’ trade of Jordan Montgomery for Harrison Bader pure galaxy brain, or pure nonsense?
A head-scratcher of a move to weaken the rotation may be the last of the trade season.
The Yankees gave up some solid prospects for perhaps the best remaining starter on the market and a reliever with upside.
The Joey Gallo Era has mercifully (for all sides) come to an end.
Don’t let the ERA fool you. This guy is nasty.
Despite one of the best and most consistent relievers going down to injury, the Yankees played it perfectly
New York fortifies its rotation and bullpen in the same deal, and without giving up any of the team’s top four prospects.
Montas comes to the Bronx as the safety valve for a rotation that’s been under pressure.
The Yankees made an offer on Ohtani at this trade deadline; even with the Angels turning it down, he should remain a future target.
The new Yankee reliever is unlike anyone else on the pitching staff.
With Michael King gone for the season, New York has bolstered its bullpen.
The Yankees moved three talented pitchers to acquire help for their major league lineup, but pitching remains a strength of the system.
Let us know your thoughts about the Yankees’ newest outfielder.
The Yankees make their first deadline move and bring the Royals outfielder back to the AL East