Our look at the immediate futures of every Yankees player, from Aaron Judge to Giancarlo Stanton to Brett Gardner. Manager Aaron Boone and general manager Brian Cashman have lots of important decisions to make this offseason.
by: N/A — SNY: NYY Fans 11h
Now that he's played in both the American and National Leagues, Giancarlo Stanton wants neither 2018 pennant winner to win the World Series.
by: Bob Nightengale — USA Today 11h
Boston vanquished the defending World Series champion Houston Astros in five games - and made it look easy.
by: Mike — YES Network: River Avenue Blues 18h
An Abbreviated Encore [2018 Season Review] Although the 2018 season had a (very) disappointing ending, it is exciting to look at the Yankees and know they are loaded with young talent for the future. Aaron Judge is a superstar through and through. He’s a.
by: Sam Cox — Franchise Sports 23h
Didi Gregorius had a red-hot start of the season, but midseason injury and a dip in form meant it was an underwhelming year.
by: Alex DaSilva — Fansided: Yanks Go Yard 24h
Worth an estimated $4 billion, the Yankees are the fifth most valuable sports franchise in the world. But with that much money often comes an attitude of g...
Matthews: Manny Machado would give the Yankees something they have desperately missed since A-Rod retired ... a villain - NY Daily News
by: Wallace Matthews — NY Daily News 18 Oct
The Yankees won 100 games in 2018, nine more than they did the year before, but all season long I had the sneaking suspicion something was missing. Now, I know what it was.
by: Josh Benjamin — Elite Sports NY 18 Oct
The New York Yankees let David Robertson leave town by way of free agency in 2014. That cannot happen again.
by: Randy Miller | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com — NJ.com 18 Oct
Here are some clues on what the Yankees will do in what could be a very exciting offseason.
by: N/A — SNY: NYY Fans 18 Oct
Speaking a week after the Yankees were knocked out of the playoffs by the Red Sox, GM Brian Cashman gave an outlook on a wide range of topics about the team during interviews on WFAN and The Michael Kay Show.
by: Dan Martin — New York Post 18 Oct
A postseason that ended with Aaron Boone roundly criticized for the way he handled the Yankees’ final two games of the playoffs has done nothing to diminish GM Brian Cashman’s view of the manager
by: Pete Caldera, MLB writer — North Jersey 17 Oct
The Yankees are looking to make major improvements to their starting rotation this offseason, per Brian Cashman.