1. Yankees' Big Plan to Harness Nathan Eovaldi's 100-Mph Heat

    Michael Pineda had just turned 23 when the Yankees surrendered one of their top prospects, Jesus Montero, to get the young right-hander in pinstripes...

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  2. Jeter Misses HOF Event Due to Airplane Issues

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  3. Nothing Like a Mid-February Yankees, Red Sox Bidding War

    It appears as though Yoan Moncada isn't going to wait around, making the middle of next week potentially a semi-pivotal time for the future of the American League East. It's also the latest head-to-head battle between the Red Sox and Yankees ...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 14 days ago 6,133 reads 0 comments

  4. Yankees New Closer? Andrew Miller Discusses His Feelings on Role

    Andrew Miller hasn't pitched an inning for the Yankees , but the organization is getting to know him well...

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  5. Michael Pineda's 'Heart Excited' to Keep Pine Tar, Injuries in Past

    TAMPA — If nothing else, Michael Pineda has generated plenty of headlines since being traded to the Yankees , and they're almost never good. He was overweight. He had a lingering shoulder injury...

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  6. Complete New York Yankees 2015 Spring Training Preview

    The grass has been cut, the infield raked and the New York Yankees are just about ready to head south for what's left of a brutal, unforgiving winter. Spring training is nearly upon us, and a new era will officially begin on Feb...

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  7. Nathan Eovaldi Working on off-Speed Pitches with Larry Rothschild

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  8. Matt Harvey: A-Rod's Return Is 'Exciting, Good for Baseball'

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  9. Ivan Nova: “I Feel Like Nothing Happened” After Tommy John Surgery

    Ivan Nova, who underwent Tommy John elbow surgery last April, has progressed to throwing from flat ground and is hoping to get back on a mound soon...

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  10. Pinstriped Peace Accord? Yankees, a-Rod Acrimony Appears Far from over

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  11. Another a-Rod Apology Just a Forum for Lies and Fuel for Haters

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  12. Ivan Nova Feels He Can Pitch Now -- and He'll Be 'Better' in June

    TAMPA — Matt Harvey isn't the only right-hander anticipating a return to New York this season from Tommy John surgery...

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  13. Nova: Alex Rodriguez a 'Good Teammate'

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  14. If Healthy, Can CC Sabathia Reinvent Himself with Ace Stuff in Rearview?

    At least where CC Sabathia is concerned, the good news for the New York Yankees is that the big left-hander is feeling healthy and ready to go for the 2015 season...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 16 days ago 10,449 reads 56 comments

  15. He'll Make You Believe: Rob Refsnyder Just May Be the Yankees' Solution at 2B

    Refsnyder endures taunts over his Korean background and experts' slights to make it to the Yankees ' organization as a fifth-round pick...

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  16. Yankees Ace Masahiro Tanaka Taking a 'Gamble' with Elbow, Says Ron Darling

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  17. Will the Yankees Rebound in 2015?

    It had been precisely 20 years since the New York Yankees won fewer games than the 84 they managed in 2014...

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  18. Will the Yankees rebound in 2015?

    It had been precisely 20 years since the New York Yankees won fewer games than the 84 they managed in 2014...

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  19. Yankees Sign Right-Hander Kyle Davies to Minor League Deal

    The Yankees have signed journeyman right-hander Kyle Davis to a minor league contract, the team announced...

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  20. Yanks Have Gotten Positive Reports on Tanaka

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- New York Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild says offseason reports on Japanese ace Masahiro Tanaka's right elbow have been positive...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 18 days ago 80 reads 0 comments

  21. CC Has Goal for 2015: I Want to Make 30 Starts

    It was a subject Derek Jeter wouldn't discuss. In his final season before retiring, the Yankees legend refused to put a number on how many games he hoped to play while also trying to keep himself fresh...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 18 days ago 31 reads 0 comments

  22. Sabathia On Knee, A-Rod, Expectations For Yanks

    CC Sabathia joined "SportsCenter" to discuss his knee injury, Alex Rodriguez 's return, Derek Jeter's retirement and his expectations for the Yankees this season...

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  23. 5 Affordable Free Agents for Yankees, Mets to Chase

    With less than two weeks before pitchers and catchers report, both the Yankees and Mets already look spent...

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  24. To Alabama Youth, Whitley a Teacher First, Big Leaguer Second

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  25. On Deck for the Yankees, from South Korea, Rob Refsnyder

    TAMPA, Fla. — At the end of all those baseball showcases in Orange County, Calif., the format would often be the same. Few of the coaches and children who had come together for the day knew one another...

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