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Source: Red Sox, OF Young reach 2-year deal

Free-agent outfielder Chris Young is leaving the Yankees to sign a two-year deal with the rival Red Sox, a source confirmed to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick.

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The buzz on Ivan Nova

The Yankees have reportedly let it be known that Nova is available this offseason. However, the right-hander won't be dealt for nothing. MLB rumors roundup

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Why the Yanks may pass on Heyward

If Jason Heyward were a free agent 10 years ago, he'd surely end up in pinstripes. However, these are different times for the Yankees, who may have their eyes set on future outfield free agents. Heyward's potential landing spots

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Mays, Berra honored by President Obama

President Barack Obama recognized 17 Americans with the nation's highest civilian award Tuesday, including Baseball Hall of Famers Willie Mays and Yogi Berra, who died in December.

Getting younger will help the Yanks

New York is in the midst of injecting youth into the club, which has the Yanks trending upward and remaining a contender in Jim Bowden's eyes. MLB status check (Insider)

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Ranking the Yankees' dominant duo

Both Andrew Miller and Dellin Betances are among the best relievers in baseball, but who is the better of the two? Buster Olney offers his opinion. Top 10 relievers (Insider)

Gary Sanchez among AFL standouts

Sanchez showed signs of fixing his clumsy movement and glacial pace behind the plate in his two-month AFL stint. This is good news for the Yankees, who might have a viable catching threat with big offensive power. Arizona Fall League recap (Insider)

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Yanks aren't in a rush to deal Gardner

New York would rather hold on to Brett Gardner but may trade him because of its contract situation with Jacoby Ellsbury, Jim Bowden writes. Gardner is just one big-name that could be on the move. Nine others (Insider)

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According to a source directly involved in talks between Mariners and Yankees there is NO truth to any Robinson Cano - Jacoby Ellsbury trade talks...none.

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Castro-Gardner trade makes sense

The Yankees need a right-handed hitter and second baseman like Starlin Castro, while the Cubs could use a leadoff man and outfielder like Brett Gardner. That's why Jim Bowden would like to see this trade happen. Four others (Insider)

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

To follow-up on last post, just asked someone who would know, what are the chances of a Yankee reunion with Robinson Cano? The person said, "None."

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

A lot of thing would have to break right for Robinson Cano to end up back in New York. Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner seems bent on avoiding 10-year, $240 million contracts for players in their 30s. Cano, 33, is in Year 3 of his current deal. There has been media speculation around a Cano for Jacoby Ellsbury trade, but no known talks. Ellsbury has five years and $105 million remaining on his contract. So bad contract for bad contract, right? The Yankees do need a second baseman, but Ellsbury has a no-trade clause and the Yankees would likely want Seattle to send a lot of money with Cano to get him to New York. A-Rod was once traded in a similar situation so it is not impossible, but even though a friend of Cano's told the Daily News' John Harper that Cano wants to return to New York, there are a lot of hurdles to make it actually happen.

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Yanks and Cubs talking Castro-Gardner?

The two teams have reportedly discussed a swap involving Starlin Castro and Brett Gardner. While the move would fill holes for both clubs, some other factors may make a deal unlikely. MLB rumors roundup

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25117th
On Base Percentage.32310th
Slugging Percentage.4214th
Earned Run Average4.0517th
Quality Starts72Tied-21st

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