Having had a night to sleep on it, Derek Jeter hasn't changed his mind. The New York Yankees shortstop and captain still plans to retire at the end of the 2014 season.
New York Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner says that when the free-agent season gets into full swing, the Yankees will have some cash to go shopping with.
Derek Jeter's 'cranky ankle' just the latest to go wrong for the Yanks in 2013.
Yanks have taken care of business thus far, but now comes the tricky part.
Yanks fans should tune into World Series to scout C.J. Wilson and ... Albert Pujols?
Phil Hughes got a clean bill of health Monday from a vascular specialist who tested him for thoracic outlet syndrome.
Phil Hughes suffered "a setback" while throwing a bullpen session Monday afternoon and will be shut down for a few days while the New York Yankees try to determine what to do next with their 24-year-old right-hander.
Derek Jeter made out handsomely with his new deal. What about the Yanks?
Yankees' struggling starter A.J. Burnett finally got his act together ... for now.
Yanks' rookie Colin Curtis knows a little bit about hitting from behind in the count.