Mark your calendars. The Yankees on Friday released their entire Spring Training schedule.
Aaron Judge’s remarkable season of “All Rise” yielded a unanimous selection as the winner of the Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year Award in the American League, but the Yankees slugger finished as the runner-up to the Astros’ Jose Altuve for the AL Most Valuable Player Award, which was announced Thursday on MLB Network. The […]
It was one year ago this month that Yankees managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner said that his expectation was for Aaron Judge to become the starting right fielder in The Bronx, a plan that worked out exceptionally well for all parties involved.
Twenty-four years after his most recent at-bat in pinstripes, Hensley Meulens was the third man up for the Yankees on Thursday morning, as the former infielder and outfielder became the latest to interview for the club’s managerial vacancy.
Though Brian Cashman’s contract expired at the end of October, managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner said on Wednesday that a new agreement is in the works for the longtime Yankees general manager.
A World Series parade might not have been enough to bring Joe Girardi back into the Yankees’ dugout in 2018, according to Hal Steinbrenner, who said on Wednesday that he had been considering a managerial change for several years.
Yankees right-hander Luis Severino finished third behind the Indians’ Corey Kluber, who earned 28 of 30 first-place votes en route to being named as the American League’s Cy Young Award winner on Wednesday. Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale finished second.
Luis Severino’s year started without a guaranteed place in the Yankees’ rotation, but thanks to an electric fastball, biting curveball and improving changeup, it concluded with the right-hander enjoying the finest season by a homegrown Yankees starter since Ron Guidry.
Satisfied that he accomplished as much as possible during the General Managers Meetings, Brian Cashman checked out of the hotel on Wednesday, eager to board his flight back to New York and resume the search for the Yankees’ next manager on Thursday morning at Yankee Stadium.
Last offseason, when it had become clear that Gary Sanchez represented the Yankees’ future in shin guards, Brian McCann gave general manager Brian Cashman a green light to gauge the marketplace by agreeing to waive his no-trade clause. Jacoby Ellsbury appears to be in a similar situation.
The footsteps are growing louder. Gleyber Torres is among several Yankees prospects who could comprise the next wave of “Baby Bombers” at the big league level, as general manager Brian Cashman said that the No. 1 overall prospect according to MLBPipeline.com will have a legitimate chance to crack the Opening Day roster in 2018.