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Yankees Hot Stove: Veterans are coming

The latest rumors around Yankees Universe are about bringing back veterans Andy Pettitte, Mariano Rivera and Ichiro Suzukifor the 2013 season. Though nothing has been made official yet, it would seem that the Yankees are trying to complete deals with all three but who knows what reports are actually true. But if these rumors do […]

Yankees: The real truth about Mariano Rivera returning

According to the NY Times, this past Saturday New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman confirmed that star closer Mariano Riverawill return in 2013; it will be the 43-year olds 19th season in pinstripes. I heard the news yesterday via the back cover of the NY Post, and my initial response was not what it would have been […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Are you ready to not spend money

While everyone’s hearts and prayers are with the victims of Hurricane Sandy, MLB’s off-season has gotten underway and the New York Yankees have already had a lot happen. So, Yankee fans brace yourselves because the free spending ways of the Boss are over, as his son Hank will only be shopping the sales this Christmas to make […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Sign Soriano pronto

Word on the street, courtesy of a recent Sportscenter segment by ESPN’s Buster Olney, is that the Detroit Tigers will be in hot pursuit of New York Yankees closer Rafael Soriano this off-season. The 32-year old Soriano can opt out of his current 3-year, $35 million contract with the Yankees and here are three reasons […]

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 […]