Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira and Carlos Beltran gave their best this season, and it wasn't good enough. Can we expect them to match 2015, much top it?
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Joe Girardi, in his 'State of the Yankees' news conference, touched on several topics Friday.
New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi is defending his handling of the team this year, saying: "I did what I thought was right every day."
Whoops! Astros won AL wild-card game
But apparently someone assumed the Yankees would be playing in Game 1 of the ALDS vs. the Royals.
Astros manager A.J. Hinch held center fielder Carlos Gomez out of the starting lineup in Game 1 of the AL Division Series with a strained left intercostal.
Will the Yanks bring back Ivan Nova?
The right-hander is eligible for his final year of salary arbitration this offseason. Will New York give Nova a raise or choose to non-tender him? MLB rumors roundup
Gordon Edes ESPN Staff Writer
Can't give you the visual, but here's the Jays lineup: Revere LF, Donaldson 3B, Bautista RF, Encarnacion DH, Tulowitzki SS, Smoak 1B, Martin C, Goins 2B, Pillar CF, Price LHP
Big money bogging down the Yankees?
Led by five players set to make more than $20 million next season, New York has more money committed to 2016 than any other team.
The Houston Astros' 3-0 win over New York in the AL wild-card game Tuesday night on ESPN averaged more than 7.6 million viewers, the largest TV audience for a wild-card game.
New York's offseason preview
Now that the Yankees' offseason has officially kicked off, it's time to start winter shopping. Some argue a No. 1 or 2 starter is the biggest need, while others say a right-handed power bat is the first priority. Who are the targets? MLB rumors roundup
Yankees GM Brian Cashman tells The Michael Kay Show about his disappointment in missing the ALDS and about the changes he sees coming to the Yankees' roster?
Alex Rodriguez was the Yankees' MVP. But who else deserves awards for their good -- or grating -- performances?
After the shortest postseason in franchise history, it's time to hand out the year-end grades for the 2015 New York Yankees.
Jim Bowden ESPN Insider
What's next for #Yankees ? RH Power Bat and top of rotation starter and here are some targets: http://es.pn/1OlhHDC
Jim Bowden previews the Yankees' offseason by laying out three primary objectives; one of them is acquiring a right-handed middle-of-the-lineup bat.
What’s next for the Yankees?
Jim Bowden says the Yankees have a solid, young core but should acquire a right-handed, middle-of-the-lineup bat. Three offseason objectives (Insider)
Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic discuss the Astros' AL wild card victory over the Yankees with ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney and play "Love It Or Shove It" with Bubba.
After 162 games in which the New York Yankees mostly overachieved, their season ended in a flash.
Alex Rodriguez's 2015 season is in the books, and even though it was bookended by boos, on balance it was a very good one.
Grantland: Dallas owned NYC for a night
Ben Lindbergh writes that Joe Girardi doesn’t deserve any blame for Tuesday’s shutout loss. No managerial move could’ve altered the outcome. Dallas Keuchel was that good
Buster Olney and Tim Kurkjian discuss Dallas Keuchel's dazzling performance against the Yankees and look ahead to Wednesday night's NL Wild Card showdown in Pittsburgh.
Grantland: Houston, You Have a Wild Card: Dallas Keuchel and the Upstart Astros Blank the Aging Yankees
In numerous respects both big and small, Tuesday's AL wild-card matchup looked like it would be tilted in New York's favor. In reality, it proved to be an unsolvable mismatch between the Astros' ace and the Yankees' old, lefty-heavy lineup.