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New York Yankees Avoid Arbitration, Agree to 1-Year Deals with Michael Pineda, Dustin Ackley
January 15th, 2016 at 6:59 PM
Earlier in the week, the New York Yankees had six players file for arbitration with the hopes of getting pay raises for the 2016 season. ***PHOTO1*** On Friday, the Yankees announced that they were able to avoid arbitration with two of those six players, as they have agreed to one-year deals with...

Aroldis Chapman, Others from New York Yankees File for Arbitration
January 13th, 2016 at 10:00 AM
Before Tuesday's deadline, six key players for the New York Yankees filed for arbitration for the 2016 season in regards to their potential salaries. ***PHOTO1*** Aroldis Chapman, Nathan Eovaldi, Didi Gregorius, Ivan Nova, Dustin Ackley and Michael Pineda all filed; Chapman is the most prominent of the list of players to file...

MLB Hot Stove: New York Yankees Brian Cashman: “Current Starting Rotation is Full”
January 5th, 2016 at 12:39 PM
All winter long, the speculation about the New York Yankees has been adding starting pitching; young, controllable starting pitching. ***PHOTO1*** Which is good, because the Yankees should look to get younger as their roster starts to evolve into a younger squad. But there's only one problem; there's no room for another starter. That's...

The New York Yankees Focusing on Adding a Mid-range Starter This Offseason
October 26th, 2015 at 7:11 AM
The New York Yankees are in the market for a mid-range starter this offseason. 30-year-old lefty Wei-Yin Chen, who has pitched the last four seasons for the Baltimore Orioles may be the answer. ***PHOTO1*** The Yankees really need to upgrade all over their roster, except the closer and set-up relief spots. The...

Boston Red Sox Standing in Way of New York Yankees’ Postseason Party
September 30th, 2015 at 8:35 AM
***PHOTO1*** The New York Yankees failed once again on Tuesday to secure their 10,000th franchise win and earn a spot in the postseason, falling to the Boston Red Sox for the second straight night. Boston roughed up Yankees starter Michael Pineda for six runs in the first inning and although the Bombers...