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Yankees: 4 painstaking articles to read about Alex Rodriguez’s saga

Alex Rodriguez. There is not much I can tell you that has not already been written about. People are either siding with A-Rod, MLB or neither about whether the 162-game suspension was just or not. After reading countless articles on this mess, I do not think either side is coming out of this looking good, […]

Yankees: Bud Selig did not win because Alex Rodriguez got suspended

Yesterday, New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez got suspended 162 games, which means he is out for the entire 2014 season. Originally, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig had given A-Rod a 211 game for his involvement with the infamous Biogenesis clinic down in Miami, FL. If you were unaware, MLB’s key witness and Biogenesis owner Tony Bosch […]

Yankees say adios to Wells

ESPN’s Buster Olney tweeted that the New York Yankees designated Vernon Wells for assignment today, which is not really surprising considering his lack of production last season. The Yankees have designated Vernon Wells for assignment, as they create roster spots on their 40-man. — Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) January 10, 2014 This freed up one spot […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Tanaka or bust

Finally…. Japanese sensation Masahiro Tanaka has stated he wants to pitch in MLB in 2014. Here we go: Masahiro Tanaka says he wants to pitch in MLB in 2014 http://t.co/NqOhg28rkF — Ben Badler (@BenBadler) December 17, 2013 Rumor has it that MLB teams are expecting Tanaka to be posted later this week. And New York […]

Yankees: Who said Robinson Cano wasn’t marketable?

One of the excuses as to why the New York Yankees allowed their best player, Robinson Cano leave for Seattle was that he did not put fans in the seats. The reason I heard was that Cano was not a marketable player off the field compared to a Derek Jeter, or even an Alex Rodriguez. […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Adios Cano. Bienvenido Beltran.

The New York Yankees response to losing Robinson Cano, who accepted a 10-year, $240 million to be a Seattle Mariner, was to go out and sign All-Star, veteran Carlos Beltran. The Yankees inked the 36-year old switch-hitting, outfielder to a three season, $45 million deal. No doubt Beltran brings a power bat to the line-up. As over […]