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  • A-Rod has meeting with incoming Commissioner
    Alex Rodriguez reached out to Major League Baseball and incoming Commissioner Rob Manfred this week as he prepares to return to the field with the Yankees following a one-year suspension for violation of the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

  • 2015 Prospect Watch: Top 10 first basemen
    As has become an annual occurrence, the list of top first basemen lacks a bit in the elite prospect department. But there is good news: There are two players on this list on this year's Top 100: Josh Bell of the Pirates and Matt Olson of the A's. That doubles the total from the 2014 preseason list.

  • Yankees will make television return to PIX11
    The Yankees will be seen again on PIX11 this season, returning to the channel that served as their over-the-air broadcast television home spanning the eras from Joe DiMaggio to Derek Jeter.

  • Eovaldi aiming to build repertoire with Yanks
    The last handful of starts for Nathan Eovaldi in a Marlins uniform represented a workshop of sorts, allowing the right-hander to make tweaks and prepare for the next steps of his career. The Yankees hope they will be the beneficiary of those experiments.

  • Sterling loses Series rings in apartment complex fire
    John Sterling, the longtime play-by-play radio announcer of the New York Yankees, is among the hundreds of people left homeless after a multialarm fire ripped through a large apartment complex in New Jersey on Wednesday.

  • Return of A-Rod's salary limits Yankees' moves
    The Yankees are not expected to actively bid for free-agent right-hander James Shields, and as general manager Brian Cashman explained on Wednesday, that is partially because of the return of Alex Rodriguez.

  • A-Rod working out with Bonds, Edgar
    As Alex Rodriguez prepares to return to a big league diamond, he appears to have linked with an unexpected workout partner: Barry Bonds.

  • Hot start for McCann key for Yankees in 2015
    Brian McCann was his own toughest critic at times last year, evaluating his first half-season in pinstripes as "horrible," but the Yankees finally saw the player that they expected in September. As 2015 nears, it's their hope that McCann will pick up right where he left off.

  • Acquired from Yanks, Germen a 'pen possibility for Texas
    The Rangers added to their bullpen candidates on Tuesday by acquiring right-handed reliever Gonzalez Germen from the Yankees for cash considerations.

  • Prospect Watch: Top 10 right-handed pitchers
    There are always a ton of right-handed pitchers on the Top 100 Prospects list. The 2015 version is no different. All 10 on the list are in the Top 100, and then some. Some of the names are familiar. Five right-handers -- The Mets' Noah Syndergaard, Archie Bradley of the D-backs, the Rockies' Jon Gray, the Orioles' Dylan Bundy, Robert Stephenson of the Reds -- were on this list a year ago.

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