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  • Young talent has Yanks inspired about future
    Yankee Stadium was mostly quiet on Friday, three days after the Yanks' season came to an abrupt close, as Joe Girardi addressed the media in his final news conference of the year. It was time to close the book on 2015. Thoughts of '16 have already taken over.

  • For Yanks, no regrets about quiet Deadline
    The Yankees made a conscious decision at the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline to look toward the future and let the present play out the best way it could.

  • Consistency of Ellsbury, Gardner key for Yanks
    hree days after leaving Jacoby Ellsbury's name out of the Yankees' final lineup of the season, manager Joe Girardi said that he is not sure if his offseason will feature a tough conversation with his $153 million center fielder.

  • Offseason chance for Yanks to assess needs
    The Yankees were dreaming big in late July, enjoying a seven-game cushion in the American League East, but the weeks that followed suggested that the club may have overachieved just by having the opportunity to play nine postseason innings against the Astros.

  • Questions didn't stop Yanks from finding a way
    The Yankees entered 2015 riddled with uncertainty. They admittedly held no expectations for Alex Rodriguez, while banking on healthier seasons from Mark Teixeira, Carlos Beltran and Jacoby Ellsbury. No one seemed ready to predict how Didi Gregorius would respond to the challenge of replacing Derek Jeter at shortstop.

  • Yankees enter offseason with work to do
    A day after the Yankees were eliminated from the playoffs faster than any time in the club's decorated 112-year history, the task of improving the one-and-done club for 2016 and beyond began in earnest.

  • Statcast: Villar's steal helps put Yanks away
    From a no-doubter home run that gave the Astros some breathing room to that late-inning steal to a trio of defensive gems, here's a closer look at five plays from Tuesday's game, courtesy of Statcast™.

  • Girardi: Yanks unable to solve Keuchel in '15
    Finally alone for the first time all night, Greg Bird sat down, turned his back and let out the most frustrating of sighs.

  • Two mistakes prove costly to Tanaka
    This was the assignment that Masahiro Tanaka craved, the type of atmosphere he excitedly envisioned while looking out the window of a charter jet from Japan in January 2014, about to stare into an ocean of flashbulbs, try on a Yankees jersey and flash a $155 million smile to the international media.

  • Decision to sit Ellsbury agonized Girardi
    It was the decision that Joe Girardi may have agonized over most in the hours prior to Tuesday's do-or-die contest with the Astros, keeping the Yankees manager from pressing ink to his lineup card until just after 3 p.m. ET.

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