Right-hander Hiroki Kuroda is returning to the New York Yankees for 2014, managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner said Friday.
The Yankees have spent a lot of money already this offseason. Can Robinson Cano still fit in their payroll plan?
If not the Yankees, then who? Rumblings & Grumblings sizes up the suitors for Robinson Cano, the game's top free agent.
The 2013 regular season was anything but regular. The Year in Review reveals its annual Injuries of the Year, Box Score Lines of the Year, Tweets of the Year and Late-Night Quips of the Year.
It's always easier to look back than to look forward. So it's time once again to hand out our annual end-of-season awards. The envelopes, please ...
You don't have to be a fan of the Yankees to appreciate Mariano Rivera these past 19 seasons.
Left-hander Andy Pettitte was dependable, durable and brought a special presence to October, but he's not a Hall of Famer.
Congratulations, you've reached the postseason as a wild card. Your reward? A nine-inning, win-or-go-home fight for your playoff lives.
Jayson Stark highlights five storylines we can go back to now that we have an A-Rod resolution.
Alex Rodriguez was determined to overshadow what was an unforgettable day in baseball history.
Miguel Cabrera, Robinson Cano and Clayton Kershaw are on the short list of players whose contract situations will be fascinating to watch.
Mariano Rivera blew a save Tuesday night against the Mets without retiring a single hitter.
At age 43, Mariano Rivera is still as dominating as he ever was. He continues to destroy lumber, egos and batting averages, pitch after pitch after bat-eating pitch.
There's still a long, long way to go, but here's what we've learned from the first 30 games or so.
Amazingly, one-third of the managers in the big leagues don't have a deal that extends beyond this season.
Let's shut down the Hot Stove and get spring started with a look at the best stories, best and worst free-agent signings, the most improved and least improved teams, players to watch and much more.