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Yankees Hot Stove: Tootles Tanaka

The New York Times reported yesterday that the Rakuten Golden Eagles will not be posting Japanese pitching sensation Masahiro Tanaka even though he has stated his wish to come to play in the United States. Nothing has been made official but according to the article, the Golden Eagles are going to double or triple Tanaka’s current $4 million salary […]

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: Midseason report card

The All-Star break is finally here, and it could not have come any sooner. After witnessing a weekend where the New York Yankees lost their first series to the Minnesota Twins since 2001 put the icing on the cake of what has been a grueling first half. Starting out the season sans Derek Jeter, Curtis […]

Yankees: Casualties for arrival of Pineda

The good news is Michael Pineda looks to be debuting in the Bronx shortly. Great stories across Minors last night. @Yankees Michael Pineda showing old form for @TrentonThunder was one of them: http://t.co/N42RDIkTjv — MiLB.com (@MiLB) June 26, 2013 The bad news is his return leaves the Yankees in a bit of a pickle. Skipper […]

Yankees: Seattle’s ex-pitching prince Pineda

It was about 18 months ago that the Yankees traded top prospect Jesus Montero for Mariners pitching phenom Michael Pineda. Pineda arrived to Spring Training with a bum shoulder that required surgery, which has barred him from throwing his first pitch in the Bronx. Well that is all about to change, as GM Brian Cashman […]

Yankees: 4 top prospects to keep your eyes on

The future of the New York Yankees is up in the air. Unlike the past decade, or since the infamous Core Four, the Yankee brass wants to depend on the farm system to produce the team’s future stars. The last homegrown star to come up was Brett Gardner back in 2008. Here are four of […]