The Yankees announced Monday that they have acquired National League MVP Award winner Giancarlo Stanton from the Marlins.
Giancarlo Stanton pinched at the shoulders of a pinstriped jersey with his No. 27 stitched on the back, holding it up for public consumption while a broad grin spread across his face. It might soon constitute a nightmare for American League pitchers, but this was the outcome the slugger had dreamed of, being introduced as […]
As the American League East-rival New York Yankees officially unveiled slugger Giancarlo Stanton at the Winter Meetings on Monday afternoon, the Orioles remain focused on their own wish list — one that includes, most importantly, a pair of starting pitchers who could prompt them to act quickly in a competitive market.
Yankees on Demand breaks down the Yanks’ enormous trade for baseball’s reigning home run king and New York’s newest superstar, Giancarlo Stanton. Yankees on Demand features exclusive content with your favorite players and franchise.
As the dream of installing Giancarlo Stanton into the heart of the Yankees’ lineup started to look more like reality, general manager Brian Cashman placed a telephone call to Aaron Judge, giving the American League Rookie of the Year a behind-the-scenes update on the negotiations taking place with the Marlins.
Rays fans looking for that unique gift, while also helping charity, need look no further than Major League Baseball’s annual auction.
The Tampa Bay Rays have acquired infielder Joey Wendle from the Oakland Athletics in exchange for a player to be named or cash considerations.
The Blue Jays are stepping up to support the Katharine Feeney Memorial Scholarship Fund by auctioning off a unique game experience for the 2018 season.
The American League East got a whole lot more competitive on Day 1 of the Winter Meetings, but the Blue Jays insist the rest of the division loading up on talent will not impact their plans for 2018.
Want to play chess with Manny Machado? Paint with Caleb Joseph? What about watching Orioles batting practice, meeting manager Buck Showalter or a slew of other exclusive behind-the-scenes experiences at Orioles Park at Camden Yards? Now is your chance.
Embarking on his first endeavor as a Major League manager, new Yankees skipper Aaron Boone now has his right-hand man. A source has confirmed to MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand that the Yankees have hired Josh Bard to be their bench coach for 2018. The club has not confirmed the report.
Just a few days ago, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said that adding at least one starting pitcher was his top priority in advance of the Winter Meetings, which run from Sunday evening to Thursday. That sure changed in a hurry.