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New York Yankees 2015 preview: Rebuilt without big bucks

New York Yankees 2015 preview

Masahiro Tanaka and several other Yankees recovering from injuries in 2014 need to rebound big in 2015. (Brian Blan/Getty Images) A year removed from the big name signings of Brian McCann, Jacoby Ellsbury, Carlos Beltran and Masahiro Tanaka, the Yankees most notable free-agent additions were third baseman Chase Headley, infielder Stephen Drew and reliever More...

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By Jackie Micucci On Saturday, January 31st, 2015

A-Rod and the Yankees: Can this marriage be saved?

He’s baaack. And he’s already making headlines. It may be time for some couple’s therapy. Alex Rodriguez now wants to salvage his marriage with the New York Yankees. However, the Yankees … well, More...

Billy Butler
By Jackie Micucci On Monday, October 27th, 2014

A Yankees fan apologizes to Billy Butler

Billy Butler is deservedly enjoying Major League Baseball’s biggest stage. (The Kansas City Star) I’m sorry Billy Butler. I’m sorry I ever doubted your place in Kansas City Royals’ lore. I’m sorry More...

Joe Torre
By Jackie Micucci On Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

Top 5 moments of Yankee skipper Joe Torre

Joe Torre is one of the most celebrated Yankees managers of all-time. Joe Torre was one of the New York Yankees most successful and beloved managers. With a record of 1,173-767 (.605), 10 American League East titles, More...

Yankees trade deadline
By Jackie Micucci On Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Should the Yankees have been sellers?

The New York Yankees’ trade deadline moves were all about cobbling together one last postseason hurrah for The Captain. (Richard W. Rodriguez/Star-Telegram) My phone buzzes. I look at the MLB alert: Yankees More...

By Jackie Micucci On Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

The incredibly mediocre New York Yankees

Masahiro Tanaka is hoping to pitch again this season. (Getty Images) This may be as good as it gets for the New York Yankees: a mediocre season in a mediocre division. At 47-47, the Yankees are technically still More...

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