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Jacoby Ellsbury not justifying cost?
Ellsbury's seven-year, $153 million contract looks shakier since his WAR has plunged over the past three seasons. David Schoenfield examines how other stars fared in Year 1 of their mega-deals. Free agents after mega-contracts
Blue Jays sluggers vs. Yankees relievers
Expect intense late-game moments when the Jays battle the vaunted trio of Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman. Good luck slipping a fastball past Josh Donaldson or Jose Bautista if you're behind in the count. Hitter vs. pitcher matchups to watch
Top prospects Aaron Judge and Jorge Mateo will be with the Yankees at spring training in a few weeks.
Greg Bird's torn labrum is a blow to the Yankees' youth movement and demonstrates how delicate a transition the multibillion dollar team is attempting.
History within reach for three Yanks
All eyes will be on Alex Rodriguez this season, as the slugger is 13 homers away from 700 in his career and 28 away from passing Babe Ruth for third place on the all-time list. Also, Mark Teixeira (394 career HRs) and Carlos Beltran (392) should each get to 400. Simon: Milestones to watch in 2016
Splitter could be a weapon for Eovaldi
Nathan Eovaldi is known for his 100 mph fastball, but his splitter might be the key to his success. Increased use of the pitch last year led to stronger strikeout numbers, suggesting Eovaldi could be poised for a breakout with the right pitch mix. Sarris: Hidden aces (Insider)
Juan Uribe a good fit for the Yankees?
With Greg Bird expected to miss the 2016 season, Uribe could be an interesting name for New York to consider. The veteran's flexibility in the infield is particularly appealing. MLB rumors roundup
Yankees need more from Pineda
With so much uncertainty surrounding its rotation, New York will be counting on Michael Pineda to dominate on a more consistent basis this year, Buster Olney writes. Linchpin players for 2016 (Insider)
Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer
Derek Jeter and Tom Brady sitting on a couch next to each other, talking about the University of Michigan. Also, Jim Harbaugh and Randy Sklar.
Though he was dominant in his first year as the Yankees' closer, Andrew Miller says he doesn't care that he's been displaced and just wants to win.
New York Yankees relief pitcher Andrew Miller talks about the Yankees offseason and his role in the 2016 bullpen.
Alvarez an option for the Yankees?
Now that Greg Bird is expected to miss the 2016 season with a shoulder injury, is free-agent slugger Pedro Alvarez on New York's radar? The team pursuing the 28-year-old appears highly unlikely. MLB rumors roundup?
Olney: Bird loss a 'body blow' to Yanks
With Greg Bird expected to miss the entire 2016 season with a shoulder injury, the Yankees have a greater need for Mark Teixeira and Alex Rodriguez to stay healthy this year, Buster Olney writes. Olney's blog (Insider)
First Hall class still reigns supreme
When it comes to baseball's Hall of Fame, no class tops the inaugural 1936 group that included five of the sport's greatest legends: Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, Honus Wagner and Christy Mathewson. Schoenfield: Top 5 HOF classes
Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer
Greg Bird will undergo surgery Tuesday to repair a right shoulder labrum tear and will miss the 2016 season. Bird had a shoulder injury in May of 2015. This is a serious blow to the Yankees now and in the future. Bird was expected to replace Mark Teixeira as the Yankees' starting first baseman in 2017, while he was due to be insurance for the team at Triple-A in case of injuries to Teixeira or DH Alex Rodriguez this season.
Greg Bird will miss the 2016 season for the Yankees and will have surgery after suffering a torn labrum in his right shoulder, the team announced.
Tom Brady and Derek Jeter will headline a long list of celebrity guests on campus Wednesday for Michigan's National Signing Day celebration.
Last year was Alex Rodriguez's redemption tour. Was his outreach campaign for real, or will he revert to keeping fans and media at arm's length?
New York authorities are conducting an antitrust investigation into the NFL and the way it sets ticket prices.
Thanks to the Royals' success, loading up on relievers has become all the rage. But teams trying to copy their formula should beware: Bulking up your bullpen is not as easy as it looks.
Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer
The Yankees agreed on a one-year, $4.1 million contract with Ivan Nova, avoiding arbitration. Nova, who is eligible for free agency after this season, will enter camp in a couple weeks, trying to win a spot in the starting rotation. The Yankees currently have six starters and, if there are no injuries, Nova and CC Sabathia would likely be the ones battling for the fifth spot. The last unsigned Yankee, who is arbitration eligible, is Aroldis Champman. Chapman is slated to be the Yankees closer, but he might be suspended under the new domestic violence policy.
Walt Williams, an outfielder who played for four major league teams in the 1960s and '70s and was best known for his nickname "No Neck," has died.