MLB has a “Steve Cohen tax,” but what it really needs is one nicknamed for Bob Nutting or John Fisher.
Tying up the Tanaka loose ends.
A look at the multi-fold reasons the Yankees have for getting under the luxury tax threshold by 2014.
Ben and Sam discuss whether Josh Hamilton could end up signing a reasonable contract after all and talk about whether the Yankees can commit to and compete despite their goal to get under the luxury tax threshold by 2014.
Whenever “competitive balance” is debated, the debaters inevitably turn to published information about team payrolls to support their positions. This sounds straightforward. Unfortunately, “team payroll” is a fluid concept. The four most widely reported measures each use different methods and can lead to different conclusions.