One of baseball’s most selective hitters gets into the swing of things.
If the Yankees could send their current roster back in time to a previous season, which one would they choose?
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about PECOTA’s projections for the Yankees and Blue Jays, how the amateur draft and free agency would work in an auction format, and whether teams should offer players like Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg $100 million lifetime contracts after drafting them.
The first of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
The Yankees’ system isn’t among the best in baseball, but its quality might surprise you.
Ben and Sam preview the Yankees’ season, and Pete talks to ESPN New York columnist Wallace Matthews (at 15:45).
Ben and Sam discuss an assortment of topics, including the Astros’ outlook for 2013 and beyond, Alex Rodriguez’s long-awaited surgery, the Marlins and the MLBPA, and whether baseball broadcasts on the radio will survive.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about whether a Yankees fan can learn to like Kevin Youkilis, whether the Diamondbacks got enough back for Trevor Bauer, why teams love left-handed starters, and more.
A look at the multi-fold reasons the Yankees have for getting under the luxury tax threshold by 2014.
Some teams stood pat at the winter meetings, but not all of them were better off for it.
On the first day of the Winter Meetings, Brian Cashman faced the writers to talk about A-Rod’s injury. Here’s what he said.
The Yankees’ third baseman marks another square in his game of injured body part bingo.
Can Mariano Rivera’s cutter be cloned?
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.
Ben and Sam discuss the deeper significance, if any, of the Yankees getting swept.