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Pretend you are Yankees GM Brian Cashman who would you keep

Can you pretend you are Yankees GM Brian Cashmanfor a second?  Ok not literally, but say you had his job and you were just named the new GM for the New York Yankees. And your first order of business is deciding is deciding who gets to live another day in pinstripes, and who will get […]

First order of Yankees off-season: Who to keep and who to toss

The New York Yankees are now focused on the 2013 season, and GM Brian Cashman has a ton of work to do this off-season. Like every other GM, Cashman’s goal is to put a World Series caliber team on the field but the pressure he is under is much greater, as this franchise and its […]

Yankees: My plea for Soriano

The 2012 MLB season is as exciting as ever but thanks to the media to divert the attention, while at the same time putting Yankee Universe into a tizzy, about something that has nothing to do with the now. So, it came as no surprise when I read, courtesy of CBSSports.com Jon Heyman, that the return […]

New York Yankees Hot Stove: Happy New Year You Cheapskates?

Cheapskates? Or Victims? At the start of the 2012 off-season the New York Yankees brass turned reformed savvy shoppers? The Yankee and cheapskates… it just sounded wrong. And guess what, it just might be. In actuality, MLB’s new collective bargaining agreement could be a bigger influence behind this thrifty transformation in the Bronx. See, the […]

New York Yankees Trade Rumors: Truth About Pujols

Could the New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman be pulling a Philly fast one by secretly going after the top free agent on the market, Albert Pujols? The Yankees are one of the few, if not the only, team that could legitimately offer Pujols the money he wants; along with the stage and superstar teammates that […]

New York Yankees: White Sox Not Struggling Thanks To Rafael Soriano

It was another tough night in the Bronx, as the New York Yankees lost for the second night in a row to the Chicago White Sox. Rookie pitcher Ivan Nova pitched a great game, as did White Sox’s Gavin Floyd who was still on the bump on the ninth inning. Skipper Ozzie Guillen knows that […]