If the longtime ace bounces back from two injury-plagued seasons, New York might have just reeled in one of the biggest fish of this offseason.
New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra will be featured on a new stamp this year, the U.S. Postal Service announced Friday.
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Right-hander Corey Kluber and the New York Yankees are finalizing a deal that will bring the two-time AL Cy Young winner to the Bronx, pending a physical, sources familiar with the agreement tell ESPN.
Slugging outfielder Aaron Judge and the Yankees avoided arbitration when they agreed to a one-year contract worth $10,175,000. The team signed all eight players who were eligible for arbitration.
LeMahieu's return answers New York's biggest offseason question, but the Bombers still have some holes to fill this winter.
Second baseman DJ LeMahieu and the Yankees are finalizing a six-year, $90 million contract, sources familiar with the agreement told ESPN. LeMahieu returns to the Yankees after leading the majors in batting in 2020.
Several big names are still available in January, so we asked our experts to weigh in on where the best will eventually sign.
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Second baseman DJ LeMahieu and the New York Yankees are finalizing a six-year, $90M contract, sources familiar with the agreement tell ESPN. LeMahieu's return to New York always felt inevitable. It took a while. But he wanted to be there and Yankees get top free agent target. - Jeff Passan
How did the non-tender deadline change our list? Here's our look at everyone on the open market, from big-name stars to bargain options.
Five things Jeff Passan is hearing: White Sox become AL's team to beat, the DJ LeMahieu-Yankees stare-down and more
From a surprising closer payday to the real status of Fernando Tatis Jr.'s extension talks and where things stand between New York and the top free-agent infielder, here's the latest offseason buzz.
A pair of Chicago sluggers could be the next big names on the move this winter. If they go, these are the best fits to land them.
Dave Rothenberg examines the NYC sports globe with the Mets trading for Francisco Lindor on 98.7 ESPN. All the teams seem to be trending upward. Plus, Super Wild Card Weekend is here and RJ Bell joins the show from Vegas.
Jhoulys Chacin and the New York Yankees have agreed to a minor league contract.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour three talking about the big trade in the MLB. The Mets and Indians traded a prized player and we have Tony Rizzo and Dave Rothenberg join to discuss the temp of both cities after the deal. Joe Fortenbaugh joins the show to give us some locks for the upcoming weekend.
The Mets made a huge splash and plenty of free agents remain, but for now, a pair of NL West rivals are clearly the two top teams in the sport.
Brian Harkins, who was fired as the Angels' clubhouse attendant last March for supplying ball-doctoring substances to pitchers, used a text message from star pitcher Gerrit Cole among his evidence to prove he was unfairly made a scapegoat.
The Yankees acquired switch-hitting outfielder Greg Allen, who has a career .239 batting average in four MLB seasons, from San Diego in exchange for left-hander James Reeves.
Phil Hughes has retired from baseball, more than two years after throwing his last pitch.
'I didn't know why I wasn't playing': Gary Sanchez on getting benched in the playoffs -- and his future with the Yankees
The Bombers backstop opens up about communication, coaching, fans, trade rumors and whether he still feels like his team's No. 1 catcher.
This was a baseball season like no other. And here are the numbers that prove it.
As much as the union fights it, baseball essentially has a salary cap. Here's how it's affecting this winter's market.
ESPN will open its Sunday Night Baseball schedule on April 4 when the Los Angeles Angels host the Chicago White Sox.
BBTN: Schoenfield on the MLB's recognition of the Negro League, Sarah Langs on Curt Schilling's HOF chances, Adam Ottavino on the photos he took turn the pandemic season
David Schoenfield and Buster discuss the Negro League’s recognition by MLB, Cleveland officially dropping the “Indians” nickname, the Mets, Phillies and Ranges hiring new GMs, standout moves from the offseason thus far and the continued labor strife. Then, Sarah Langs gets into Curt Schilling likely falling short of the Hall of Fame, Ke'Bryan Hayes’ under-the-radar season and another astounding Juan Soto stat. Later, Yankees reliever Adam Ottavino talks about his published photos from the pandemic-shortened season, his favorite pictures and D.J. LeMahieu.