• Pineda eyes 200-inning goal for 2016
  • Michael Pineda wants this to be the season in which he puts it all together, and the right-hander arrived in advance of the Yankees' Spring Training camp with a clear mission in mind: to complete 200 innings for the first time in his career.

  • Chapman, Yankees avoid arbitration
  • The Yankees and left-handed closer Aroldis Chapman agreed to a one-year contract worth $11,325,000 Friday, avoiding arbitration.

  • Tanaka: Opening Day status to be determined
  • Yankees right-hander Masahiro Tanaka said on Friday that he "can't really say" if he will be ready for Opening Day until he resumes throwing off a mound and then in Grapefruit League games.

  • Judge among Yanks' top prospects to look out for in '16
  • In the third installment of our Spring Training preview package, "Prospects to Watch," MLB.com will take a quick glance at some of the exciting young talent that manager Joe Girardi and his staff will be evaluating at George M. Steinbrenner Field.

  • Yankees, Red Sox join forces for charity
  • The Yankees and Red Sox are one of the most storied rivalries in all of sports, with decades of history between the two Major League franchises. But for one evening, front office executives from both clubs partnered up for a joint fundraiser at NYY Steak in New York on Thursday

  • Mo heading to Monument Park on Aug. 14
  • The Yankees' 2016 promotional schedule is highlighted by a 20th anniversary celebration of the 1996 World Series championship team on Aug. 13 and the formal dedication of Mariano Rivera's Monument Park plaque on Aug. 14, it was announced on Thursday.

  • Nova eager to earn his spot in Yanks' rotation
  • Ivan Nova understands that he does not have the luxury of a guaranteed rotation spot, but as the Yankees right-hander eyes a bounce-back campaign in his second year removed from Tommy John surgery, he has made his preference clear.

  • Around the Horn: Starting rotation
  • With the start of Spring Training almost here, anticipation is building for the 2016 season. MLB.com is going around the horn to break down each area of the Yankees roster, continuing this week with the starting rotation.

  • Closer Chapman headlines group of newcomers for Yanks
  • The countdown for Feb. 18, the official report date of Yankees pitchers and catchers, is ticking down. Activity has already started at the team complex in Tampa, Fla. and anticipation is kicking into high gear for the upcoming season.

  • McCann gushes over 'pen trio at Munson Awards
  • Brian McCann can't stop thinking about the possibilities. Dellin Betances in the seventh inning, Andrew Miller in the eighth and Aroldis Chapman in the ninth. "Yeah, I mean I think the options are endless," McCann, the Yankees' catcher, said Tuesday night before joining honorees at the 36th annual Thurman Munson Awards Dinner.

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