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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 Hot Stove: Billy Beane Are You Kidding Me

Rumors about Oakland A’s pitcher Gio Gonzalez being on the market have swirled since the start of the off-season. Moneyball and A’s GM Billy Beane is asking for the riches of Solomon for Gonzalez, which is not surprising coming from Beane but reality is you are banking on potential talent. Gonzalez is 26-years old, and […]

Ready Freddy? New York Yankees Sign Garcia For 2012

The New York Yankees and pitcher Freddy Garcia had something to be thankful for, as the two sides agreed on a one-year, $4 million +incentives deal according to the New York Post; and confirmed via tweet by SI’s Jon Heyman. Last season, Garcia won 12-games in his first year as a Yankee; and he did […]

New York Yankees: One Sox Down, Six Soxs To Go And A New Attitude

The New York Yankees won the first game in Chicago 3-2, as Ozzie and his White Sox just couldn’t muster much even against off a so-so CC Sabathia. An off night for Sabathia was still good enough to earn him his MLB leading 16th win, with just enough help from the Yankee bats to make […]

New York Yankees Trade Rumors: Is Rockies Pitcher The Right Move?

George A. King of the NY York Post reports that the New York Yankees are still keeping a close eye on Colorado Rockies pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez. King confirms that a Yankees scout was in Denver for the second time in a week on Tuesday night; and not to watch the Rockies beat-up on the Atlanta […]

New York Yankee Rumors: Righty Prospect Who Can Fan Lefties

The New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman has some work to do, but not as much as initially thought but he might not have to go to far to do it. Other than skipping Brian Gordon’s next start, the need for a starting pitcher will be filled when Bartolo Colon and Phil Hughes return; and […]