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  • Early Hot Stove feast in AL East, but room left for dessert
    As we recover from our collective turkey coma, here's a look at where every team in the AL East stands, with the Winter Meetings slowly becoming visible above the horizon.

  • Yankees must counter Boston's big moves
    With the Red Sox already deep into their offseason makeover, it's time for the Yankees to make a splash -- perhaps by signing Jon Lester -- to show that they are committed to being in the mix for the 2015 AL East title.

  • Family, turkey, football sit atop Kelley's holiday list
    For Yankees right-hander Shawn Kelley, Thanksgiving has long been an important opportunity to spend table time with the family, digging forks into a bird and delightful side items. His favorite dish of all, though, is a fruit salad that was always waiting at his grandmother's home in Louisville, Ky.

  • Mattingly's last stand tops Yanks' HOF storylines
    The home clubhouse at Yankee Stadium has long been known as a landing spot for some of the top talent in baseball history. Accordingly, eight members of that pinstriped alumni are appearing on this year's ballot for election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

  • Yanks have ground to make up in free-agency race
    The Red Sox have pulled out of the gate as the early offseason noisemakers, nearing completion on deals that appear set to deliver Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval to Fenway Park. Must the Yankees respond with a splashy move of their own?

  • Historic football rivalry runs wild in Yankee Stadium
    The most-played rivalry in college football came to Yankee Stadium on Saturday as Lafayette defeated Lehigh, 27-7, in the 150th meeting between the schools. Among those in attendance for the game was Cubs manager Joe Maddon, a member of Lafayette's class of 1976.

  • Cashman in wait-and-see mode on retooling Yanks
    General manager Brian Cashman remained tight-lipped Thursday while discussing the team's progress in the marketplace, indicating that there have been plenty of phone calls and text messages exchanged but little to show for it as of yet.

  • Cashman, Valentine to participate in 'Heights & Lights'
    Yankees general manager Brian Cashman and former big league manager Bobby Valentine will once again rappel down the side of a 22-story building in Stamford, Conn., as part of the annual Heights & Lights event.

  • Cashman sleeps on street to support cause
    Along with more than 750 of the nation's top executives, Yankees GM Brian Cashman participated in the Covenant House's "Sleep Out" movement, aiming to raise awareness for homeless youth. It marked Cashman's fourth consecutive year supporting the event.

  • Wheeler's rights sold to Rakuten as Yanks make moves
    The Yankees sold the rights of infielder Zelous Wheeler to the Japanese Pacific League's Rakuten Golden Eagles on Thursday, one of several moves they made before the deadline to protect prospects from the Rule 5 Draft on Dec. 11.

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