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New York Yankees Hot Stove: Cashman Makes Progress On His Not-To-Do-List

I guess it is so far so good for New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman, as he crossed a lot of things off his 2012 off-season not-to-do-list at the Winter Meetings this past week.

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: Free Agent Pitching Possibilities

It came as no surprise to learn that the New York Yankees inked Brian Cashman to another three-year deal to stay the franchise’s GM, aka The Brain Behind the Bombers. Cashman didn’t miss a beat, as he was busy locking up the team’s ace CC Sabathia for a guaranteed five years, with a vesting option […]

New York Yankees: Sabathia To Opt Out Tonight

The latest news is that the New York Yankees have made a new contract offer to ace CC Sabathia. NY Times David Waldstein got confirmation that the offer was made over the weekend, but the unidentified source would not give specifics. All MLB player and club options expire at midnight tonight, and according to Jon […]

New York Yankees: You Can’t Always Get What You Want, But You Can Win

“No” is not a familiar word heard in the New York Yankees front office. General manager Brian Cashman has the resources to woo players to come play in the Bronx, so what happened this offseason? It has to be expected that the Yankees sans Mr. George Steinbrenner lost a little bit of their appeal. Not […]

Going from Good To Great: Why the Yankees Need To Sign Rafael Soriano

I have mentioned this a few times already, but he is worth the attention again. Rafael Soriano is still a free agent, available and on the market. Whatever it is shocking considering he was the AL’s dominate closer in 2010 with the Tampa Bay Rays. Even before Cliff Lee’s decision, Soriano as a player would […]