The Yankees and Aaron Judge have agreed on a one-year, $10.175-million contract for 2021, according to an industry source. Judge, 28, slashed .257/.336/.554 in 28 regular-season games for the 2020
by: Thomas Carannante — Fansided: Yanks Go Yard 31m
If you're mad about the Yankees-DJ LeMahieu contract, it's time to re-evaluate your life. Remember just a few weeks ago New York Yankees fans were clashing...
by: N/A — MLB: Yankees 32m
The Yankees avoided arbitration with one of their biggest stars on Friday, agreeing with Aaron Judge to a one-year deal for $10.175 million, a source told MLB.com reporter Mark Feinsand. The team has not commented. Judge was one of eight Yankees...
by: Andres Chavez — Sportsnaut 34m
After re-signing DJ LeMahieu, the New York Yankees can now shift their focus to addressing these needs in the remainder of the offseason.
by: Alexander Wilson — Empire Sports Media 42m
The New York Yankees were busy on Friday, as general manager Brian Cashman inked start infielder DJ LeMahieu to a six-year, $90 million deal. This will pay DJ $15 million per season, coming far under the expected number that was previously reported....
by: Tab Bamford — Elite Sports NY 42m
Yogi Berra gets US postage stamp first appeared on Elite Sports NY, the Voice, the Pulse of New York City sports.
MLB rumors: Yankees in on Corey Kluber; Blue Jays looking for big name after missing out on DJ LeMahieu - CBSSports.com
by: Dayn Perry Jan 15, 2021 at 3:08 pm ET2 min read — CBS Sports 45m
Here's what's buzzing around MLB for Friday
by: Ryan Pavich — SB Nation: Pinstripe Alley 58m
Check in for updates as the Yankees negotiate with their rising talent.
by: Associated Press — NBC Sports 2h
The New York Yankees and AL batting champion DJ LeMahieu worked Friday to put in place a six-year contract worth about $90 million, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press.
by: Zach Gewelb — Metro News 2h
DJ LeMahieu and the New York Yankees on Friday agreed to a six-year, $90 million contract, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan. The deal would keep LeMahieu, 32,
by: Brendan Kuty | BKUTY@njadvancemedia.com — NJ.com 3h
Many expect the New York Yankees to be hamstrung by budget restraints this offseason due to the coronavirus shutdown.
by: N/A — Start Spreading the News 3h
First and foremost, thank goodness that is over! Let’s all take a collective sigh of relief now that DJ LeMahieu will be returning to the Bronx. Honestly, the longer this went on, the more I was convinced he would return and it looks like the...
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RT @RiverAveBlues: Today's Patreon post has thoughts on ... - the DJLM deal (will have more on it this weekend) - arb filing deadline - start of int'l free agency - MLB's plans for 2021 - mailbag questions ... and more. Link: https://t.co/sVIqqjarlFBlogger / Podcaster
Adam with the Pirates' settlements:In summary, per sources: Musgrove: $4.45 million Frazier: $4.3 million Moran: $2.8 million Kuhl: $2.13 million Brault: $2.05 million Rodríguez: $1.7 million Stallings: $1.3 million Stratton: $1.1 million Crick: $800,000Beat Writer / Columnist
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