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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.

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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

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

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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Thoughts four weeks before pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training
In just four not-so-short weeks, the Yankees will open Spring Training and pitchers and catchers will report to Tampa. Can’t come soon enough. I don’t even care that it’s a non-news day. I’m ready for this offseason to be over and something that resembles baseball to begin. Anyway, I have some random thoughts, so let’s get to ’em. 1. This isn’t really something we can quantify at the moment, but I think we can all agree the Yankees will take a huge defensive hit at first base this coming season. Mark Teixeira, even at the very end of his career, was a dynamite defender over at first. He saved countless errors with great scoops — the fancy Baseball Info Solutions data I have access to through CBS tells me Teixeira was third among all first basemen in “sure-handedness” (scoops, picks, etc.) over the last three years, behind Eric Hosmer and Adrian Gonzalez — and was a vacuum on hot shots hit his way. Neither Greg Bird nor Tyler Austin is much of a first base defender. They were always ...
Cashman hits the scrap heap
There's nobody happier in this world than Brian Cashman at a flea market. It's his nirvana, his Calgon Bath moment, his golden shower. He wanders through aisles of junk and finds an old lamp that says "Maximus Super Beer." He doesn't need it. He has no place for it. His girlfriend will leave him. But hell, it costs $2. How do you walk away from a Maximus Super Beer lamp for two dings? It'll haunt him. So he buys it. And then the lamp pitches 110 innings for us. How can a lamp pitch 110 innings? It's a metaphor, moron. Jeeze, do I have to explain everything?So yesterday, Cashman signs a lamp, who also happens to be one of the great names in Obscure Yankee History: Ji-Man Choi. He's from Korea, you'll be surprised to know. He'll cost us $700,000 - the baseball equivalent of $2. He plays first base, hasn't hit a nickel in the majors, already was suspended for PEDs, and he's now with his fourth team... at 25. This is not his first flea market.Last week, the Angels - one of MLB's worst t...
This Yankees shortstop has best glove in minors, report says
2015 first-round pick living up to the hype Kyle Holder's glove is living up to the hype. The 2015 Yankees first-round pick was named the best defensive shortstop in the minors by Jim Callis at The report detailed the best defenders at each position in the minor leagues. Sanchez: What pressure? From the report: "I haven't had more people rave about a prospect's defensive prowess to me since the days of Omar Vizquel coming up with Seattle," a second AL scouting official said. "I've had scouts say they look forward to watching Holder take pregame ground balls like they would watching a guy with 80 raw power take batting practice." And here's what Yankees scouting director Damon Oppenheimer said after the team drafted Holder at No. 30 and gave him a $1.8-million signing bonus. "Holder is about as elite a defender as we've seen come through the college ranks," Oppenheimer said. "He's got a tremendous glove. He also had a productive year off...
Obama skips over Aroldis Chapman while praising Cubs
The Chicago Cubs’ visit to the White House was already a headline-grabber before it even happened. In a surprising move, the team decided to move its visit to Monday and became the last team President Barack Obama will honor in office. Then, Monday’s event happened, and more news was made. While President Obama was pointing out the various members of the Cubs’ World Series squad, he did not mention Aroldis Chapman, Chicago’s closer during its run to the championship. The move is likely due to Chapman’s murky past. Here’s video of the Cubs’ visit and Obama’s snub. As previously mentioned, it appears the President purposely omitted Chapman’s name due to issues with domestic violence. The All-Star closer was suspended at the beginning of the 2016 season after an incident with his then-girlfriend that included Chapman allegedly punching and choking the woman. This isn’t the first time this has happened when a team visits the White House. President Obama snubbed U.S. Women’s National
Gary Sanchez: How I’ll turn two unreal months into a great 2017
The Yankees are still searching for a new identity in the post-Jeter era, and the arrival of Gary Sanchez last August certainly got people talking. After Sanchez burst on the scene with a historic stretch at the plate over the season’s final two months following his call-up from the minors, the 24-year-old phenom will now try...
The 2017 Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot, Part 3
Welcome to Part Three of our look at the 2017 Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot. If you're just joining us, make sure to go back and read Part One, which was about the 13 players that I think are easy Nos, and Part Two, about four players who were automatic Yes votes. In our final installment, we'll be getting into the real meat of the issue. There are 17 players left to review and, with a few exceptions, all of them are plausible Hall of Famers. However, they all have flaws that could keep them out for a couple of years, or perhaps permanently. If you've been waiting for takes on DHs, closers, Coors Field, and more, this is the part for you. So let's dig in. Part Three: The Maybes Mike Cameron Hall of Fame Odds: 13 (score on the Bill James Hall Monitor, 100 = Good Shot at HoF). Career Wins Above Replacement: 46.5. JAWS: 39.5 One of the problems with structuring this article this way is that, at a certain point, I had to make the tier divisions, even though they're kind of arbitrary. I don't think Ca
2017 Minor League Preview: New York Yankees
Not going to lie, this post should be in all caps. As any proud New Englander would, I got piss drunk before writing this opening. Was it convenient that there was a Patriots playoff game? Sure, but I could have limited myself. Instead I drank too many IPA's and traded Gausman for Paxton, and can't remember writing this as I answer you're questions. If mu grammar is correct, you should see how slow I'm typing. There is no fate for a tried and true Sox fan such as myself wore than writing up the Yankees farm system. Here's the thing, this farm is sexy AF, as the kids say. I'm 35 Y'all! Things are changing, rap/write/live the fantasy life like I'm 22! So I am the kids! All right so maybe I'm trying not to say this, but....the Yanks might have the most exciting farm system for fantasy. Better than the White Sox, Astros, or Dodgers. They have legit high upside bats with close proximity. They have far out internationals. They have it all of course it's the Yanks. They're sellers mentalit...
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