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New York Yankees Claim Lane Adams Off Waivers from Kansas City Royals, DFA Ronald Torreyes
January 16th, 2016 at 9:11 AM
On Friday, the New York Yankees continued to help their minor league depth by adding another player for the 2016 season who can help. ***PHOTO1*** The Yankees have claimed minor league outfielder Lane Adams off waivers from the Kansas City Royals; the team announced. To make room for Adams on the roster,...

MLB Hot Stove: Giants Sign Johnny Cueto to 6-Year, $130 Million Deal, Yankees Pass Completely
December 14th, 2015 at 5:20 PM
The New York Yankees continue to sit themselves out of the free agent market for starting pitchers and have watched another big-named ace come off the board this winter. ***PHOTO1*** On Monday night, the San Francisco Giants landed Kansas City Royals ace pitcher Johnny Cueto and signed him to a six-year deal...

MLB Hot Stove: Yankees Aren’t Interested in Pursuing Royals’ Johnny Cueto in Free Agency
December 2nd, 2015 at 9:49 AM
Some have wondered if the New York Yankees will make a counter move to the Boston Red Sox signing David Price to a 7-year, $217 million deal on Tuesday. ***PHOTO1*** Usually, the two teams in the past made a move that stemmed off another move, but the Yankees lately haven't been making...

MLB Hot Stove: Royals’ Greg Holland a Candidate to Be Non-Tendered; Should Yankees Pursue?
December 1st, 2015 at 9:00 AM
The New York Yankees have been getting phone calls on their closer Andrew Miller this winter and while the price is high for Miller, closers are in high demand this winter, especially a proven one like Miller, so if there is a team like the Boston Red Sox who is...

MLB Free Agency Rumors: Yankees ‘Scared Off’ from Pursuing Ben Zobrist
November 16th, 2015 at 9:49 AM
The New York Yankees have never been shy when it comes to spending their money on the top talent available on the open market. Except these days, they're starting to spend it differently. ***PHOTO1*** Instead of the overspending on players who eventually are on the decline, the Yankees are in more of...