If the Yankees are going to make a run to the World Series, the starting rotation needs to be addressed. That much we do know. Thus far into the 2020 season, the pitching staff has been a modern day Clint Eastwood movie.
Continue reading “Trade Talk: The Yankees and starting pitching”
It’s extremely rare for a player to make his major league debut just three years after being drafted. Continue reading “Clarke Schmidt: Fast track to the Bronx is in the realm of possibility”
The New York Yankees will enter 2020 with championship aspirations, thanks to a loaded roster that features above average players at nearly every single position on the 25 man roster.
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The New York Yankees are finally able to call Gerrit Cole one of their own. It only took 11 years of trying, a nine-year pact worth $324 million and an opt-out clause in 2024.
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Baseball America released their top 10 prospects in the New York Yankees farm system on Tuesday morning. The list featured names you probably know, like Jasson Dominguez, Clarke Schmidt and Deivi Garcia, and some you probably don’t, like Oswaldo Peraza, Roansy Contreras and Alexander Vizcaino.
The most glaring name, to me anyway, was one that wasn’t there at all: Estevan Florial.
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The Yankees and Aroldis Chapman wanted to continue their relationship, but only under the right circumstances. On Sunday morning, the two teams found common ground.
Continue reading “Yankees, Aroldis Chapman agree to extension”
It’s one thing to see a player you trade away thriving with his new ball club. It’s a different thing if that ball club shares the same hometown as yours.
And it’s a completely different thing if that hometown is New York City.
Continue reading “Why don’t the Yankees, Mets make a trade?”