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The Yankees and left-handed reliever Boone Logan agreed to a one-year contract worth $1.87 million. Logan was the sixth and final player to avoid salary arbitration with the Yankees (Phil Hughes, Joba Chamberlain, David Roberston, Brett Gardner, Russell Martin). Boone Logan asked for $2.1 million and was met with a $1.7 million offer. Logan can [...]
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Herman Hernandez, the general manager of a youth baseball team sponsored by New York Yankees co-chairman Hank Steinbrenner, has died.
The death of the co-founder of Hank's Jr. Yanks was announced in a statement from Steinbrenner and Hank's Yanks manager Ray Negron. Negron and Hank's Jr. Yanks official Sandy Kyrkostas confirmed Hernandez died Thursday morning of an apparent...
Derek Jeter‘s home run power was the subject of one of our top 100 offseason questions posts. Could he get the power back? Our conclusion was that he could get back to being a 10-homer guy like he was in 2010, but it would take some kind of special, throwback effort for him to really exceed that total. That’s just the life of an aging icon. Still, Jeter is probably a .300 hitter...
The Yankees designated Kevin Whelan for assignment to create 40-man roster space for Hiroki Kuroda, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com tweets.
The Yankees have their pitching pieces in place, now it’s time to come up with one more left-handed bat.
The Yankees officially announced yesterday the signing of free agent right-hander Hiroki Kuroda to a one-year deal worth $10 million with another million in incentives. They also announced they had...
NEW YORK (AP) -- The Yankees have finalized their $10 million, one-year contract with free-agent right-hander Hiroki Kuroda.
Our good friend on Twitter @ElieIsElite relayed a comment made my Mike Lupica today on ESPN 1050:
“There’s nothing bigger in this area than Giants football; not the Yankees, not the Mets, not the Jets, nothing! nothing! nothing!”
I am not sure I agree with this statement. Right now, the Giants clearly have overtaken the Yankees for the talk of the town. Check in with me in...
Alex Rodriguez's baseball skills and ability to commit to one celebrity girlfriend may be on the decline, but he's apparently at the top of his game when it comes to investing in real estate.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the New York Yankees third basemen has already received a contract for his 3,500-square foot condo on the 35th floor of the Rushmore building on...