Yankee haters among you might want to savor this day because things are about to turn much brighter.
According to what the headlines in New York have to say, one would think the season is already over for the Yanks.
The Yankees' acquisition of Travis Lee might represent a threat to Jason Giambi's playing time.
George Steinbrenner would sign Pedro Martinez -- a free agent after this year -- just to spite the Red Sox brass.
The Yankees do not need to get themselves another all-star to man the keystone.
The Yankees find themselves without a left-handed starter now that David Wells has bolted for the NL.
The Astros couldn't outbid the Yankees so they played up the local angle with Pettitte, who grew up in Houston.
With the Gary Sheffield negotiations on hold, the Yankees may finally get around to re-signing Andy Pettitte.
The acquisition of Javier Vazquez could prove to be one of the monumental trades in Yankee history.
In recent years, the Red Sox and Yankees have begun battling in the offseason as well on the field.
The Mets and Yankees could be going after some of the same free agents, including Luis Castillo and Kaz Matsui.
With New York going 7-for-50 with men in scoring position against the Marlins, Rick Down may be out of a job.
A team can survive and actually thrive with a replacement level (or worse) player at one or even two positions.
With Roger Clemens and Pedro Martinez on the mound the possibility exists for a classic pitching duel.
A rematch between Roger Clemens and Pedro Martinez holds the promise of an evening of great entertainment.
The Yankees starting pitching was much better in 2003 than it was when they met the Red Sox in 1999.