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New York Yankees MLB Season
The New York Yankees ended the 2016 MLB season with 84 wins but failed to make the MLB playoffs. The Yankees finished fourth in the American League East behind their archrival, the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees will be looking to rebound for the 2017 MLB Season and make their march in the MLB Playoffs.

About the New York Yankees
There are very few teams in sports that have a storied history compared to the New York Yankees. The Yankees have won the World Series 27 times and have a fan base that is enthusiastic year after year. Comparable to the NFL team the Green Bay Packers. Yankee Stadium is a road trip must for any MLB fan and seeing the Yankees battle some of the league’s toughest talent in the American League East live is a dream come true. So checkout the schedule above and find your NY Yankees tickets today at CapitalCityTickets.com.

In 1903, Frank Farrell and Bill Devery purchased a failing franchise out of Baltimore and moved it to New York eventually giving it the name, New York Yankees. The team began under the nickname the Highlanders. It was not until 10 years later, when the team started playing their home games at the Polo Grounds, that they became known as the Yankees.

In 1918, the fate of the New York Yankees changed forever with one decision to purchase Babe Ruth from the Boston Red Sox for $125,000. For his time with the Yankees, Ruth is known as perhaps the greatest baseball player to ever lived. Yankee fans still celebrate him to this day!

Every season the Yankees are attempting to play for the World Series title. Although playing in the American League East is no cake walk having to play against Major League  Baseball teams such as the Baltimore Orioles, Tampa Bay Rays, Toronto Blue Jays and, of course, their bitter rivals, the Boston Red Sox. See the Yankees play at Yankee Stadium or any other venue across the country by checking out their schedule above and buying MLB tickets at CapitalcityTickets.com.

List New York Yankees Hall of Famers
Frank Baker, Ed Barrow, Yogi Berra, Wade Boggs, Frank Chance, Earle Combs, Stan Coveleski, Bobby Cox, Bill Dickey, Joe DiMaggio, Whitey Ford, Lou Gehrig, Lefty Gomez, Joe Gordon, Goose Gossagem, Burleigh Grimes, Bucky Harris, Rickey Henderson, Waite Hoyt, Miller Huggins, Catfish Hunter, Reggie Jackson, Randy Johnson, Tony Lazzeri, Larry MacPhail, Lee MacPhail, Mickey Mantle, Joe McCarthy, Johnny Mize, Phil Niekro, Herb Pennock, Gaylord Perry, Phil, Rizzuto, Red Ruffing, Jacob Ruppert, Babe Ruth, Joe Sewell, Enos Slaughter, Casey Stengel, Joe Torre, Dazzy Vance, Paul Waner, George Weiss, Dave Winfield

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Yankees have reportedly made offers to both Aroldis Chapman and Kenley Jansen
       
There are two elite closers left on the free-agent market after the San Francisco Giants signed Mark Melancon on Monday, and the New York Yankees are trying to acquire one of them. Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reported that the Yankees have made contract offers to free-agent relievers Aroldis Chapman and Kenley Jansen. Chapman was with the Yankees last season before getting traded to the Chicago Cubs at the deadline. He combined to close 36 of 39 games with a 1.55 ERA in 2016. Chapman would not cost the Yankees a draft pick because he was traded during the season, while Jansen would. GM Brian Cashman told reporters Tuesday (via Newsday’s Erik Boland) that the team’s preference is “to retain the pick if possible.” Jansen is coming off an amazing season that sam him post 47 saves—tied for the second-most in the league in 2016—with a 1.83 ERA. A GM in the bullpen market told ESPN.com’s Jayson Stark he thinks the contracts of Chapman and Jansen will end up between $85 and $95 million over five years.
       
Yankees Continuing To Listen To Offers For Brett Gardner
       
The Yankees are listening to offers for outfielder Brett Gardner, but have not yet traded him because they haven’t yet received an offer suitable to them, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com writes. “He’s here not because I can’t move him; he’s here because I’m not comfortable moving him, or haven’t been satisfied in my asks that would make me move him,” says GM Brian Cashman. “You’re going through the process, and you see if that changes. So far to this point, I’ve said no to a lot of different concepts thrown my way on it.” The 33-year-old Gardner is guaranteed $25MM over the next two seasons, including a $2MM buyout on his $12.5MM option for 2019. He’s remained quietly productive in his last few seasons as a Yankee, with a skill set built around on-base percentage, respectable corner outfield defense, and very good baserunning. At last check, though, he wasn’t receiving significant trade interest, although, as MLBTR’s Steve Adams pointed out last week, that might change once more free agent
       
Yankees president: This is our best farm system since dynasty
       
There is work to be done – the team is “unfinished” – but the Yankees still are contenders in the American League, team president Randy Levine said Tuesday. “The Yankees definitely are contenders. You saw at the end of the year we have a lot of great young players,” Levine said at a press conference...
       
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.
       
Yankees to retire Jeter's No 2 on May 14, last single digit
       
NEW YORK (AP) Derek Jeter's No. 2 is being retired, the last of the New York Yankees' single digits. The Yankees said Tuesday the number will be retired on May 14 before a Mother's Day game against Houston, and a plaque in his honor will be unveiled in Monument Park during the ceremony. Jeter's number is the 21st retired by the team. He won five World Series titles and was a 14-time All-Star during a 20-season career that ended in 2014 and he is sixth in career hits with 3,465.
       
WATCH: Matt Holliday signs with the New York Yankees
       
On SNY's Daily News Live, the panel discusses the new DH of the New York Yankees, as the Bronx Bombers signed Matt Holliday to a 1-year contract for 2017.
       
WATCH: Betances remains Yankees closer if Chapman signs elsewhere
       
Yankees GM Brian Cashman discusses his approach in the event that a deal for Aroldis Chapman does not materialize. Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/10FUHE2 Like on Facebook: http://facebook.com/YESNet Follow on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1dtTy7q Follow on Instagram: http://bit.ly/PGQWNm
       
WATCH: Joe Torre on 1996 Yankees World Series team
       
       
Yankees Bet on Resurgent Matt Holliday
       
Over the last few years, the New York Yankees have placed a focus on getting younger. The attempts to make that happen have been mostly successful. The data back it up. Consider: since 2014, the average age of the club’s batters (weighted by plate appearance) has decreased from 32.5 to 31.2 to 30.0. At first glance, the Yankees’ decision on Sunday to sign Matt Holliday to a one-year, $13 million contract might seem to run contrary to these efforts. Adding a 37-year-old to play designated hitter doesn’t immediately seem like the sort of move that would continue to facilitate the Yankees’ youth movement. That said, this is the same club that allocated a majority of the team’s plate appearances at DH last season to 40-year-old Alex Rodriguez and 39-year-old Carlos Beltran. In a crowded market for designated-hitter types, the Yankees acted relatively early and might have gotten one of the better deals for the upcoming season. In the past few months, New York has jettisoned Beltran, Rod...
       
WATCH: New York Yankees Retired Numbers: Whitey Ford
       
The Chairman of the Board put up some impressive numbers over his Hall of Fame career.

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