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Yankees Hot Stove: Masahiro Tanaka Christmas present

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the Bronx,  not a batter was swinging in the Yankees clubhouse. The gloves were hung by the bullpen with care, in hopes that Masahiro Tanaka soon would be there. When what to my wondering eyes should appear? ESPN breaking news saying this pitcher was now coming here. So I’m prancing […]

Yankees signing Brian Roberts was not on my Christmas list

It is déjà vu all over again, as the New York Yankees have reverted back to dumpster diving in hopes that one of these cast-offs will resurge in the pinstripes. The latest bargain is 36-year old, second baseman Brian Roberts who inked a one-year, $2 million deal with incentives to play in the Bronx. Brian […]

Yankees Hot Stove: 2 reasons to let Kuroda walk

Andrew Marchand of ESPN New York is reporting that the New York Yankees have made a one-year offer to pitcher Hiroki Kuroda with hopes that he will stay in the Bronx for another season instead of retiring or going to pitch back in Japan. The number is unknown, but it has to be higher than […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Top 4 rumors to smackdown

Every offseason the rumors surrounding the possible targets of the New York Yankees are abundant. But following a demoralizing 2013 season, things on the hot stove are getting silly, as the team seems to be interested in everybody and anybody available except the legit superstars. Add that to the fact that inherited owner Hal Steinbrenner […]

Yankees: Who else wants that Boston feeling?

First let me apologize in advance for being so cheesy, as I know keeping the past in the past is good advice. And especially if you are a New York Yankees fan, like myself. The Yankees 2013 MLB regular season started out under false hope, but reality did finally bite at the start of June, […]

Yankees: Postseason players linked to PEDs not named Alex Rodriguez

In early September Mike Lupica of the NY Daily News reported that MLB Commissioner Bud Selig wanted Yankees Alex Rodriguez in the postseason in 2013 about as much as he wanted Barry Bonds to break the home run record of Selig’s dear friend, the great Henry Aaron. It is no secret Selig has been on […]