Avoiding the luxury-tax threshold means the roster is about complete
The Yankees are going to try to win in 2021 with nearly the same team from 2020. It’s a wild, ill-advised and irresponsible plan for a team in a supposed championship window, but it’s the Yankees’ plan.
At the price it will cost, Yankees need someone better than Reds' right-hander
The Yankees have added Corey Kluber to their 2021 rotation. Writing that sentence three and four years ago would have meant a whole lot more than it does now. If I had written that sentence three or four years ago, these Yankees would have likely already won a championship. Instead, the organization is going on […]
Yankees aren't ending their championship drought with this roster
The Yankees weren’t good enough to get out of the ALDS in 2020 and their roster for 2021 is at best the same it was in 2020.
The Yankees have yet to add to their roster with a month left in the offseason
I’m still waiting for the Yankees to do something to improve their actual roster, not their Triple-A roster.
The way the Yankees are handling their best player's free agency is nothing new
The Yankees never want to pay their own players. Other teams’ players? Overpay them. But when it comes to the Yankees having to pay players who have produced for them, well, that’s a different story.
The Yankees' best player for the last two years still isn't a Yankee
There’s a report DJ LeMahieu is “dismayed” with the Yankees and has asked his agent to connect with other teams.
When will the Yankees re-sign the team's best player?
DJ LeMahieu is still a free agent and the Yankees still haven’t improved their roster or rotation.
The two-time Cy Young winner is worth the gamble
Once the New Year arrives, the countdown to pitchers and catchers is on. If it remains as scheduled, there’s not much time for the Yankees to improve their roster, which they drastically need to.
The right-hander has made five starts since the end of 2018
How did we get here? Here being Luis Severino having pitched 20 1/3 innings for the Yankees since October 2018. Let’s go through it all.
Even with league's highest payroll, Yankees are in desperate need of starting pitching
If you can supposedly never have enough starting pitching, the Yankees have decided to not really have any at all.