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Yankees: Top Tweets about Jeet

It has only been 24 hours since New York Yankees Derek Jeter publicized that his official retirement will be at the end of the 2014 season, but no one can stop talking about it. If you ever questioned Jeter’s popularity, don’t, as out of all the wave of reactions I have read, literally all have […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Tweeting Tanaka

The New York Yankees got their man yesterday when they inked Masahiro Tanaka to a 7-year, $155 million deal. Fielding a postseason contending team is what Yankees fans are accustomed to having, and the fact that Hal Steinbrenner blew past his budget to get Tanaka has New Yorkers excited for baseball again. The whom, what […]

Yankees: Robinson Cano where is our thank you?

Jacoby Ellsbury bought a page in the Boston Globe. See Jacoby Ellsbury's thank-you note to Red Sox fans, which appears in today's Globe. http://t.co/H4Ig2GOJr6 — The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) December 13, 2013 Roy Halladay took out a spread in the Philadelphia Daily News. If you haven't seen it yet @PhillyDNSports or all over the Internet, […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Hasta la vista Phil Hughes

Finally, my nemesis Phil Hughes is no longer a New York Yankee. https://twitter.com/account/suspended My tumultuous relationship Hughes is no big secret, as I have made a blog out of regularly tearing him to shreds. Ok so maybe I am being dramatic, but Hughes has indisputably been a favorite subject featured in some of my most […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Does Carlos Beltran really want to play in the American League?

The latest rumor coming out of Yankee-land is that owner Hal Steinbrenner and GM Brian Cashman made an offer to outfielder Carlos Beltran of 2-years at $28 million. Supposedly, Beltran wants a three-year deal but the Yankees won’t budge, and I don’t blame them. Beltran turns 37-years old this April, and his age alone is […]

Yankees Hot Stove Rumors: Don’t let the Grandyman move to Queens

Curtis Granderson gave the New York Yankees the Heisman yesterday when he said no thank you to the $14.1 million qualifying offer that was on the table for the 2014 season. Looking at the bigger picture, the 33-year old Grandyman will garner multi-year deals on the free agent market from other teams; so not accepting […]