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Holy Cow! Yankees back on PIX11

The Yankees are heading back home. From 1951-1998 PIX11 was the television home of the Bombers, and a new deal struck Thursday will see the two reunited. Tribune Media, PIX11’s parent company, reached a multi-year deal with the YES Network to start airing games... read more

Yankees Avoid Arbitration with Three More Players

After giving Ivan Nova a one year deal, the Yankees have avoided arbitration with three more players. Michael Pineda, Nathan Eovaldi and David Carpenter all got one year deals. Pineda will get $2.1 million, Eovaldi $3.3 million and Carpenter $1.3 million. Pineda was... read more

Yankees Avoid Arbitration with Nova

The Yankees have agreed to a one year deal with Ivan Nova, paying him $3.3 million for the 2015 season. Nova went 2-2 with an 8.47 ERA in four starts in 2014 before landing on the DL, which led to Tommy John surgery. The team said his rehab is going well and hopes he... read more

Yankees Hire Hitting Coaches

The Yankees have found their guy, or rather guys. They have decided that two hitting coaches are better than one; hiring Jeff Pentland as the main coach and Alan Cockrell as an assistant. Pentland is 68 years old with a long resume in the MLB. He has served as hitting... read more

Pedro Martinez a Yankee?

Pedro Martinez went into the Hall of Fame Tuesday as a member of the Red Sox, but he could have gone in wearing pinstripes. He told the New York Daily News back in December that he was almost traded to the Yankees, more than once. “I was almost traded to New... read more

Yankees Trade Banuelos to Braves

The Yankees have sent pitching prospect Manny Banuelos to the Braves for David Carpenter and Chasen Shreve. Banuelos signed with the Yankees in 2008 and was considered a top prospect going into the 2011 & 2012 seasons. However, he needed Tommy John in October 2012... read more

Hiroki Kuroda Headed Back to Japan

Hiroki Kuroda made his decision and will head back to Japan to pitch for 2015. He will be pitching for his first professional team, the Hiroshima Toyo Carp, on a one year deal worth around $3.3 million. He pitched for the Toyo Carp from 1997-2007 until signing with... read more

Will Cash Dish Out Max Cash?

Winter Meetings come to a close today and there has been no shortage of storylines. Jon Lester finally made up his mind taking a 6 year $155 million deal from the Cubs, now the attention shifts to Max Scherzer. Scherzer is reportedly seeking a deal north of $200... read more

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