In what is the final scheduled series between the Red Sox and Yankees at Yankee Stadium, the Yanks' playoff hopes are dangerously at stake.
Since Hank Steinbrenner emerged as the new face and voice of the New York Yankees, GM Brian Cashman has become almost invisible.
The Yanks were close to signing Ted Lilly, but when Andy Pettitte showed interest in returning to the Bronx, it was just too good to be true.
After having made the Yankees forget about the loss of Hideki Matsui, Melky Cabrera must reconcile himself to smaller horizons in '07, writes Bob Klapisch.
Acquiring OBP monster Bobby Abreu from the Phillies was the Yankees' best move since getting David Justice from the Indians in 2000, writes Bob Klapisch.
New York GMs Omar Minaya and Brian Cashman are friendly foes in a land not known for its hospitable ways.
GM Brian Cashman is a slave to the Yankee universe -- as glamorous and moneyed as his job might be.
With an early exit from the playoffs, are major changes in store for the Yankees? Bob Klapisch examines the situation.
The Yankees are no longer a team in chaos, but they still face a treacherous path to playing in October.
After acquiring David Justice in June, 2000, the Yankees sure hope they can pull off another gem this June.
The Boss is mad and the Yankees are in organizational shock, but don't expect any major shakeups for a while.
With the injury to Aaron Boone, the Yankees are now in a tough spot as they look for a replacement at third base.
The Red Sox make a move, the Yankees counter. Yes, the rivalry between the two teams never slows down.
Brian Cashman calls it his riskiest trade ever, and with Armando Benitez there's usually no middle ground.
Roger Clemens is near 300 wins and is pitching his final season, but his blue-collar approach remains the same.