Category Archives: Offseason

What to do with the Yankees’ arbitration-eligible players

Embed from Getty Images This morning, Matt Swartz and MLB Trade Rumors released 2017 salary projections for arbitration eligible players. If you’re unfamiliar, this has been released annually for the past few years and has been rather accurate at pegging who will … Continue reading

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The impact of the Andrew Miller signing

Your browser does not support iframes. On Friday, the Yankees made their first big free agent splash of the 2014-2015 offseason, inking Andrew Miller to a four-year, $36M contract. I already profiled Miller when I wrote him up as an … Continue reading

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Young is a fine signing as a reserve

#455378466 / gettyimages.com On Sunday, the Yankees officially re-signed outfielder Chris Young to an incentive-laden contract with a base salary of $2.5M. He’ll be the team’s fourth outfielder, behind the trio of Jacoby Ellsbury, Brett Gardner, and Carlos Beltran. Young had … Continue reading

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Could the Yankees acquire Troy Tulowitzki? If so, should they?

#454339046 / gettyimages.com Wednesday, from FOX’s Ken Rosenthal: For the first time, the Colorado Rockies sound willing to trade shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and/or outfielder Carlos Gonzalez. The Rockies are telling clubs they are keeping their “eyes and ears open” for … Continue reading

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