There is no shortage of Yankees outfielders lining up for reps in center, with Clint Frazier asking manager Aaron Boone for a chance to give the position a whirl this spring. Even Aaron Judge tossed his name into the ring, hopeful to revisit his collegiate days as Fresno State’s standout center fielder.
The second phase of Giancarlo Stanton’s career is officially underway, as the reigning National League Most Valuable Player reported for his first Spring Training as a member of the Yankees on Friday.
Yankees prospect Thairo Estrada is recovering from a gunshot wound to his right hip sustained during an attempted robbery in late January, and while Opening Day is in doubt, manager Aaron Boone said that the infielder is expected to be able to play the bulk of his season.
The feud between Hall of Famer Rich "Goose" Gossage and New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman increased by a few more octaves on Monday when the former closer ripped Cashman in an expletive-filled rant to the New York Daily News. Gossage, 66, wasn't invited to spring training
The middle of the Yankees’ lineup already contains two sluggers who resemble middle linebackers in Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton. Now, New York will have an actual Super Bowl champion quarterback in its organization.
Coming off a breakout season that saw him finish third in the American League Cy Young Award race, Luis Severino has set his sights upon turning in the same numbers “or even better” for the Yankees in 2018.
As Major League Baseball's offseason inches toward its conclusion and teams make their last-second adjustments before training camp, CC Sabathia, for one, would like to see his New York Yankees bring in rotation reinforcements. “It is what it is, (but) you always need more,” Sabathia told NJ.com’s Brendan Kuty. “It’s a long season. You never […]
Infielder Danny Espinosa and the Yankees have agreed to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training, a source has told MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand.
The Yankees’ reloaded farm system has become the envy of many, now boasting six of the Top 100 Prospects in Major League Baseball — including infielder Gleyber Torres, who is rated No. 5 overall — as announced on Saturday evening by MLB Pipeline.
The Yankees enjoyed much more goodwill than normal last season thanks to their success with young talent like Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez and Luis Severino, but they aren’t expecting the same in 2018.
The Yankees have added bullpen depth by signing veteran left-hander Wade LeBlanc to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training, according to a report by ESPN.com. The team has not announced any of their Minor League signings.