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11/25/2015 | Precious Medal: Thankful trip to White House

Yogi Berra passed away on September 22, a month before we were notified by the White House that he would receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The news then was bittersweet; I was sad that Grampa would not be able to get the medal in person, but so, so proud that he would receive the honor.

11/25/2015 | Big goal motivates Refsnyder to train early

Rob Refsnyder is getting a head start on his training for next season, and the rookie infielder said that he will arrive in camp intent upon winning the Yankees' starting second-base job.

11/25/2015 | McCann helps 'Rally' support vs. childhood cancer

When Brian McCann brought his bat to Yankee Stadium two years ago, the slugging catcher carried a charitable mission with it. Each one of his trips around the bases has a special meaning, delivering another blow in the fight against childhood cancer.

11/24/2015 | Inbox: Will Yanks orchestrate Cano reunion?

Could Robinson Cano return to New York? Are Brett Gardner and/or Andrew Miller going to be traded? Beat reporter Bryan Hoch answers these questions and more in the latest Inbox.

11/23/2015 | McCann confident in Yankees' rotation

The Yankees' offseason shopping list, as outlined by managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner, has prioritized adding another starting pitcher to supplement Masahiro Tanaka's expected return to the ace role. Brian McCann leaves the Hot Stove moving and shaking to those in charge of making such decisions, but the catcher said that he has confidence in the staff as comprised.

11/23/2015 | MLB Pipeline's 2015 All-Arizona Fall League Team

As the Arizona Fall League's six-week season concluded with Saturday's championship game, names its All-AFL Team, highlighted by Yankees catching prospect Gary Sanchez and rebounding Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar.

11/23/2015 | 10 breakout prospects from 2015 Fall League

Every year, without fail, less-heralded prospects excel -- and sometimes outperform -- their more famous counterparts in the Arizona Fall League. Here are 10 prospects who left Arizona standing a bit taller than they did when they arrived.

11/21/2015 | Yanks, SCAN-NY serve up Thanksgiving meal

The Yankees got an early jump on the Thanksgiving holiday in their neighborhood on Friday, hosting a feast in the backyard of Yankee Stadium for several hundred local residents.

11/21/2015 | Henderson, Yount recount milestone moments

Rickey Henderson and Robin Yount , two of MLB's 29 historical 3,000-hit men, were on the stage of the Juniper Ballroom in the Aria Hotel on Friday, reminiscing about their careers in an installment of a lecture series that is a featured part of Tony La Russa's 4th Annual Leaders & Legends weekend to benefit the Pets for Vets program of his Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF).

11/20/2015 | Yanks add Barbato, Davis, Gamel to 40-man

The Yankees added three players to their 40-man roster on Friday, thus protecting right-handers Johnny Barbato and Rookie Davis and outfielder Ben Gamel from next month's Rule 5 Draft.

11/20/2015 | Legends of the Fall: Top prospects play for title

The Arizona Fall League season concludes with today's title game between Surprise and Salt River at 3 p.m. ET on MLB Network and

11/20/2015 | Yanks reportedly eye Castro, but not for Gardner

Already linked to some of the top free-agent pitchers on this year's market, the Cubs were mentioned Friday in a trade rumor, too. Two sources told the New York Daily News that the Yankees were open to trading outfielder Brett Gardner, and one of those sources said the team had discussed a deal with the Cubs for infielder Starlin Castro.

11/20/2015 | Complete list of 2015 Esurance MLB Award winners

Baseball's annual award seasons was memorable, filled with Gold Gloves, Silver Sluggers and Cy Youngs. And on Friday we got the grand finale, with the presentation of the Esurance MLB Awards.

11/19/2015 | Yanks GM Cashman sleeps outside for charity

For the fifth consecutive year, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman participated in the nationwide "Sleep Out" to raise awareness for the plight of homeless children, joining 700 leaders in business, government, media and sports in sleeping out on the streets of 15 cities in the United States and Canada.

11/19/2015 | Cashman open to inquiries about all players

The Yankees are open to anything and willing to listen to inquiries about any of their players, general manager Brian Cashman said on Thursday on MLB Network.

11/19/2015 | Expanded safety nets, in-market streaming coming in '16

DALLAS -- Increased safety netting is likely to be in place by the opening of the 2016 season and a new three-year agreement with FOX will allow fans to watch live in-market streaming on any mobile device, Commissioner Rob Manfred announced as the quarterly Owners Meetings wrapped up on Thursday.

11/19/2015 | 3 Opening Day games to be played on first Sunday

Opening Day 2016 will feature a combined seven national ESPN telecasts -- three on Sunday, April 3, and four on Monday, April 4 -- Commissioner Rob Manfred announced on Thursday at the end of Major League Baseball's quarterly Owners Meetings in Dallas.

11/18/2015 | Yanks willing to develop talent, curtail spending

The 2015 season represented to Hal Steinbrenner what he envisioned for years: that the Yankees could compete with a roster not built largely around big-ticket free-agent signings.

11/18/2015 | Yanks to distribute Thanksgiving vouchers

The Yankees and Krasdale Foods will team for a Thanksgiving food voucher giveaway on Thursday morning at Yankee Stadium, the team has announced.

11/17/2015 | Yanks' PBP man Kay roasted by fellow announcers

There were no topics declared off-limits as Michael Kay braced for a roast in his honor held Tuesday at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, and the Yankees broadcaster said that he could have predicted at least a few of the barbs heading his way.

11/17/2015 | Jeter's charity holds gift-wrapping party

The holiday season started early at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday as the ballpark played host to Derek Jeter's Turn2 Foundation Christmas wrapping party.

11/16/2015 | Harkey back on staff as Yanks' bullpen coach

Mike Harkey is returning to manager Joe Girardi's coaching staff after a two-year absence when he served as the D-backs' pitching coach, the Yankees announced on Monday.

11/16/2015 | Presidential Medal of Freedom for Yogi, Mays

A pair of Hall of Famers and two of the all-time greats in baseball will be honored by the White House when Willie Mays and the late Yogi Berra are awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor.

11/16/2015 | Inbox: Why is Gardner in trade rumors?

Is Brett Gardner going to be traded? Beat reporter Bryan Hoch answers fans' questions in the latest Yankees Inbox.

11/13/2015 | Fall League contest live on tonight

Fans who tuned in to's live coverage of Arizona Fall League action Wednesday saw Mariners left-hander James Paxton hurl four innings and a trio of Padres prospects combine for eight hits as the Peoria Javelinas edged the Salt River Rafters, 6-5.

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