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  • Judge rings NYSE bell, brings family to Bronx
    Aaron Judge immersed his family in the Big Apple for the past few days, from The Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall to this excursion to the nation's financial epicenter, where Aaron helped his performance-equipment sponsor, Under Armour, and Major League Baseball ring the Opening Bell

  • Holliday ready to rip for Yankees in any role
    Clean-shaven and wearing the pinstripes for the first time, Matt Holliday stood in the runway to the home dugout at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday afternoon, looking out at the field while posing underneath Joe DiMaggio's famed words thanking the Good Lord for making him a Yankee.

  • Jeter honored to have No. 2 retired
    A little girl walked up to Derek Jeter on Wednesday morning and told him without hesitation, "My mommy said you were her favorite player." He smiled at her, handed her a stuffed backpack as a holiday gift, and replied, "Tell your mommy I said thanks."

  • Yankees, Holliday complete one-year deal
    The Yankees made a quick strike to land a bat, agreeing to terms with outfielder/designated hitter Matt Holliday on a one-year, $13 million contract that was formally announced by the team on Wednesday.

  • Cashman says Yanks unlikely to add starter
    As the Yankees wait for free-agent closers Aroldis Chapman and Kenley Jansen to respond to their respective contract offers, general manager Brian Cashman says that he is preparing to head into 2017 without adding to the team's stable of starting pitching.

  • Cashman: Boston's 'like the Golden State Warriors'
    Adding Chris Sale to an already formidable roster has turned the Red Sox into baseball's version of the Golden State Warriors, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman quipped shortly after the seismic trade that rattled the Winter Meetings on Tuesday afternoon.

  • Yanks offer contracts to Chapman, Jansen
    The Yankees are placing the ball in the court of the two elite closers remaining on the free-agent market, as they have tendered contract offers to both Aroldis Chapman and Kenley Jansen, general manager Brian Cashman said on Tuesday.

  • Yanks considering offers for Gardner
    The Yankees are continuing to receive offers for outfielder Brett Gardner, though general manager Brian Cashman said that nothing has moved the needle thus far toward a potential trade.

  • R-E-2-P-E-C-T: Jeter's No. 2 to be retired May 14
    The Yankees will retire Derek Jeter's No. 2 and unveil his Monument Park plaque on May 14.

  • Betances commits to World Baseball Classic
    With the World Baseball Classic just a few months away, the rosters are beginning to take shape. More names surfaced Monday as the World Baseball Classic released an initial list of 30 players, spanning 16 countries, who are confirmed to be participating in this year's tournament.

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