Looking at the fast starts of Jose Abreu and Masahiro Tanaka to see what we can expect moving forward.
The Yankees shift more often, plus the news from Monday and what to watch today.
After two years on the shelf with a shoulder injury, Michael Pineda appears to have recovered his old stuff.
Not one of Tyler Collins’ or Roenis Ellis’ PECOTA comparables was a major leaguer. But Collins, Ellis, and the rest of these unknowns are on MLB rosters today.
The second installment in a division-by-division dialogue leading up to Opening Day.
The Rockies try to settle on a center fielder, and the Yankees consider moving a catcher.
Ben and Sam preview the Yankees’ season with Emma Span, and Nick talks to Wall Street Journal Yankees beat writer Daniel Barbarisi (at 22:15).
The Yankees might deal from depth to fix a hole, Brian Dozier wants to stay in Minnesota, and more.
The Yankees make the rare decision to lock up a player, inking Brett Gardner for at least the next four years.
A potentially overpaid outfielder turns out to be a bargain, and the Yankees and Red Sox add injury prone arms.
Which teams’ glass slippers best fit the six still-unsigned top-50 free agents?
Tying up the Tanaka loose ends.
Ben and Sam discuss several subjects either closely or loosely related to the Yankees’ signing of Masahiro Tanaka.
An offseason of spending reaches a climax in the Bronx.
The Orioles sign Delmon Young, while a bunch of teams sign a bunch of middle infielders.
And why a team of old position players can be a pretty big problem.