The Red Sox are showing interest in free-agent left-hander J.A. Happ. They join the Angels, Rangers and Blue Jays as teams known to be eyeing Happ early this offseason.
This would be the league's first game ever played in Iowa.
LeMahieu became a free agent last week when he declined the New York Yankees one-year, $18.9 million qualifying offer. He's drawn plenty of interest from a variety of teams around the league.
LeMahieu, a batting title winner in back-to-back seasons, is a finalist for the MVP award. If he decides to sign with a team other than the Yankees, New York will receive draft-pick compensation.
Gardner has spent his entire career with the Yankees but the 37-year-old struggled this season, hitting just .223 and only driving in 15 RBI. However, Gardner did have a bit of a return to form late in the season
Baseball fans across the United States have been ruthless in shaming the Houston Astros for their 2017 cheating scandal. New York Yankees fans, though, have taken that shame to the next level.
Ford, affectionately known as the "Chairman of the Board," debuted in 1950 and pitched all 16 of his seasons with the Yankees.
While it's no surprise the Yankees are confident in Cole, it's worth taking a look back at his subpar Game 1 performance.
The Yankees announced that it transferred James Paxton to the 45-day IL, a move that ultimately could signal the end of his tenure with the organization.
The 28-year-old has twice completed stints on IL due to a right calf strain. Judge hasn't played since he aggravated the injury during an Aug. 26 game against the Atlanta Braves.
Paxton hasn't played since Aug. 20 and underwent an MRI for elbow and forearm discomfort after a game against the Tampa Bay Rays. It was determined that he didn't need Tommy John surgery.
The shortstop has been dealing with Grade 1 strains of his quad and hamstring and has been out of the Yankees' lineup since Aug. 21.
Urshela is hitting .272 with six home runs, 23 RBI, seven doubles and a .873 OPS across 31 games.
New York has dealt with a numerous amount of injuries this season.
While the New York Yankees will likely be without lefty James Paxton for some time, the club nevertheless received some good news about his long-term health on Friday.
The news comes after one Mets player and another staff member tested positive for the coronavirus on Thursday.
The New York Yankees optioned infielder/outfielder Miguel Andujar to the club's alternate training site on Thursday.
Chapman, 32 years old, tested positive for the coronavirus in July and wasn't cleared to return until the final day of that month. He hasn't yet appeared in a game this season.
New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge was placed on the 10-day injured list last week with a mild calf strain, and he wasn't too happy about it.
The New York Yankees will be without D.J. LeMahieu for at least 10 days.
Judge hit his ninth home run in 17 games against the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday but he missed Wednesday's outing.
It's unknown if Judge will be available when the Yankees host hated rivals the Boston Red Sox on Friday.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone confirmed that slugger Giancarlo Stanton has been diagnosed with a Grade 1 hamstring strain and is likely to miss three to four weeks of action.
Giancarlo Stanton seems to always be injured. The New York Yankees star, as expected, has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a left hamstring strain.
All rise for the great Aaron Judge.
With Kahnle out, other relievers will have to rise to the occasion for the Yankees moving forward. Adam Ottavino, Chad Green and Zack Britton will specifically need to up their game.
The coronavirus outbreak affecting the Miami Marlins that has resulted in at least 18 Miami players testing positive for the virus continues to disrupt the MLB season.
Chapman, infielder DJ LeMahieu and pitcher Luis Cessa tested positive before the start of the season. Only Chapman hadn't yet been cleared before Friday.
C.C. Sabathia, who played 11 seasons for the Yankees and formally announced his retirement from baseball in February, will be throwing out the first pitch, the team announced early Friday afternoon.
The president announced Monday that he'll no longer be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the New York Yankees' Aug. 15 tilt with the Boston Red Sox. He cited his "strong focus" on the coronavirus pandemic as a reason for not attending.
No one will ever forget Dr. Anthony Fauci's horrendous first pitch attempt, but the doctor has a good sense of humor about it.
We don't have to wonder if American sports fans missed Major League Baseball amid the coronavirus pandemic.