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Four reasons Yankees fans should be optimistic

Masahiro Tanaka (crouching) and Yangervis Solarte have been stealing headlines for the New York Yankees so far this season. (Jared Wickerham/Getty Images) This season has not been all lollipops and roses for the Yankees. Yet with three starters down, including CC Sabathia who has a deteriorating knee that could keep him out until July, and one of More...

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Derek Jeter
By Jackie Micucci On Friday, March 28th, 2014

Bombers Blast: Four veterans who are key to Yankees’ success

The Yankees need solid seasons from CC Sabathia and Derek Jeter in 2014. (Rick Osentoski/US Presswire) There are a lot of new faces on the New York Yankees this season thanks to all their free agent signings. The More...

Derek Jeter
By Jackie Micucci On Thursday, February 13th, 2014

Saying goodbye to Derek Jeter

Derek Jeter will make 2014 his final season with the New York Yankees. (Getty Images)   I admit it. The news has me a little verklempt. Derek Jeter has announced his retirement after the 2014 season. The More...

Russell Wilson
By Jackie Micucci On Friday, January 31st, 2014

The Yankees’ new second baseman: Russell Wilson

Russell Wilson to the Yankees? What? You never know. The Yankees’ new second baseman arrived in New York earlier this week from Seattle. No, Robinson Cano did not demand a trade from the Mariners … yet. The More...

Evil Empire
By Jackie Micucci On Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

The Evil Empire lives with Masahiro Tanaka signing

The Evil Empire is back. The New York Yankees signed 25-year-old Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka to a seven-year, $155 million deal, adding yet another pricey free agent to a collection that already includes Brian More...

Robinson Cano
By Jackie Micucci On Sunday, December 8th, 2013

For Yanks, Robinson Cano it was all about money

Robinson Cano could never have filled Derek Jeter’s shoes as the face of the Yankees. (Jim McIsaac/Getty Images) This is one time when we can definitely say it was all about the money. Robinson Cano has left More...

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