Several teams have reportedly shown interest in signing free-agent starting pitcher J.A. Happ. According to MLB.com’s Jon Paul Morosi, the New York Yankees, Toronto Blue Jays, Los Angeles Angels, Milwaukee Brewers, Philadelphia Phillies and Houston Astros are all potentially in on the veteran lefty
If Yankees general manager Brian Cashman wants to add a left-handed pitcher to his starting rotation for 2019, there are several options in free agency, including J.A. Happ, Dallas Keuchel and Patrick Corbin. But there’s also a pretty good left-hander available on the trade market: Seattle Mariners
The absolute best thing that could have happened to the 2018 Yankees and their die-hard, albeit at times unrealistic fans, was their embarrassing elimination from the 2018 playoffs courtesy of their most hated rivals- The bearded barbarians from Beantown- The Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox did not just
One of the first moves the Yankees made this winter was re-signing CC Sabathia. It speaks well of the 18-year veteran that the team moved so quickly to ensure that he would stick around for one more season. Though one final campaign appears to be all Sabathia has left, if 2018 was any indication, Sabathia
And while I deny any pro-Yankees bias – I grew up a Mets fan in a household that hated the Yankees because of their annual tormenting of my dad’s beloved Brooklyn Dodgers – I must admit that I tend to favor the players that I see most often. And having covered about 80 Yankees games in 2018, I saw
The A’s need to beef up their starting rotation, and they reportedly had pitchers with ties to the East Bay in mind.