• Stottlemyre, New York baseball icon, dies at 77

    Stottlemyre, New York baseball icon, dies at 770

    Mel Stottlemyre, whose work as both a Major League pitcher and pitching coach made him one of the most respected men in the game, died Sunday in Seattle after a lengthy battle with bone marrow cancer. He was 77. Stottlemyre was a five-time All-Star, winning 20 games on three separate occasions during an 11-year career.

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  • The 1 player most likely to be with Yanks in '25

    The 1 player most likely to be with Yanks in '250

    The 2013 season doesn’t seem that long ago, does it? It seems like it just happened. (The passage of time is a crazy thing.) But in the world of baseball, it was a long, long time ago. How long? Look at the top 10 hitters and the top 10 pitchers in WAR in ’13. Of

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  • Britton: Yanks 'could win year-in and year-out'

    Britton: Yanks 'could win year-in and year-out'0

    NEW YORK — The Yankees and Zach Britton finalized a new contract on Friday that will keep the left-handed reliever in pinstripes for at least the next two seasons. Tweet from @zbritton: Very excited to be back with the @Yankees ! Looking forward to big things from this team and organization in 2019 and beyond.

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  • Yankees settle with all arb-eligibles but Severino

    Yankees settle with all arb-eligibles but Severino0

    While the Yankees agreed to terms on one-year contracts with eight players on Friday, thereby avoiding arbitration, they were unable to do so with one of their stars ahead of the 1 p.m. ET deadline. New York’s remaining arbitration-eligible player is right-hander Luis Severino. The 24-year-old is eligible for the first time this year, after

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  • Source: Yanks add free agent DJ LeMahieu

    Source: Yanks add free agent DJ LeMahieu0

    The Yankees have added yet another piece to their talented infield — but it’s not Manny Machado. New York agreed to a two-year, $ 24 million contract with free-agent second baseman DJ LeMahieu on Friday afternoon, a source confirmed to MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand. The agreement is pending a physical, and the club has not confirmed.

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  • Bird, Yankees reportedly agree to 2019 contract

    Bird, Yankees reportedly agree to 2019 contract0

    The Yankees and first baseman Greg Bird have reached a one-year, $ 1.2 million agreement to avoid salary arbitration, according to the Associated Press. Bird, 26, hit .199/.286/.386 with 11 home runs in 82 games for New York in 2018. He began the season on the disabled list after having surgery to remove a bone

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