Where do the Yankees rank relative to the league in reinvesting revenue into payroll?
Earlier this week, I summarized the Yankees recent history of reinvesting payroll into revenue. If you haven't read that yet, you should check it out before continuing this piece.
Are the Yankees reinvesting enough revenue into team payroll?
The New York Yankees are one of the highest spending teams in Major League Baseball. There are multiple players on the roster who earn in excess of $20 million per season.
Yankees Potential Free Agent Target: Zack Greinke
Going into the 2021 season, the starting rotation for the New York Yankees consisted of Gerrit Cole and four question marks.
Yankees Potential Trade Target: Frankie Montas
Make no mistake: the Yankees need starting pitching reinforcements.
What if the Yankees never acquired Giancarlo Stanton?
I've had this debate with friends, other writers here at PSA, and myself in the shower for the better part of three years, and since we're all sitting around guessing at how this CBA is gonna play out, I figured I might as well bring you, the reader, into it.
Masahiro Tanaka Declines Opt-Out, Will Pitch For NPB's Golden Eagles In 2022
Right-hander Masahiro Tanaka's two-year contract with the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles contained an opt-out clause this winter, but the team announced that Tanaka will return to the club in 2022 (hat tip to Yahoo Japan).
Yankees Potential Free Agent Target: Masahiro Tanaka
During the 2021 campaign, there were several times when I thought to myself that the Yankees could really use Masahiro Tanaka in their rotation.
Yankees Potential Free Agent Target: Carlos Rodon
These last few days have been a whirlwind of activity with many of the top free agents flying off the shelves in advance of the expiration of the current CBA.
Clock ticking on dormant Yankees to make splash | amNewYork
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Chicago White Sox: Robbie Ray isn't coming to the AL Central
All Chicago White Sox fans can breathe a sigh of relief. Robbie Ray is not coming to an American League Central Division rival.