This is the February 24, 2013 news archive. View today's Yankees rumors and news.
Curtis Granderson's broken arm leaves Yankees with more questions about lineup's lack of power heading into season
Only five batters into the second exhibition game of the spring and suddenly all the fear and trepidation of this forthcoming Yankee season was realized: Bronx Bombers to Bronx Bummers.Share Tweet
Cashman successful with smart, efficient planYankees general manager Brian Cashman has come too far to turn back now. His vision of the Yankees is one built on player development, on being smart and efficient, and on not overreacting to every crisis.Share TweetVernon Wells keeps track of everything that goes on in baseball. So on Sunday afternoon, shortly after checking out of his first spring game, he had already found out that Curtis Granderson would miss 10 weeks with a broken forearm, that the Yankees may…Share TweetYankees outfielder Curtis Granderson sustained a fractured right forearm in his first plate appearance of the Grapefruit League season and is expected to be sidelined from action for approximately 10 weeks, the team said.Share Tweet
Cashman: A-Rod deal won't impact Cano talksESPN.com Feb 24, 2013Brian Cashman was one New York Yankees official who did not want to sign Alex Rodriguez to a 10-year, $275 million contract after the 2007 season, but it appears he won't hold that unfortunate investment against his pending free agent, Robinson Cano.Share TweetThe New York Yankees finally have a date for Derek Jeter's return to game action after suffering a broken ankle in the American League Championship Series last October.Share TweetA 2009 Yankees World Series ring obtained by Alex Rodriguez for his cousin, Yuri Sucart -- but apparently never owned nor worn by A-Rod -- is up for sale via an online auctioneer.Share Tweet