• Yankees add depth at first base with Choi
  • The Yankees have added some depth to their upcoming first-base competition, signing Ji-Man Choi to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training.

  • Holder named Pipeline's top defender at shortstop
  • These days, there may be more value placed on defense and certainly more time spent on evaluating and quantifying it than ever before. When MLBPipeline.com surveyed front-officials as to which prospects stood out most for their glovework, there was no shortage of candidates for out 2017 All-Defense Team.

  • Catcher and the rye? Yankee delights at deli
  • You know, in case this baseball thing doesn't work out.

  • Sanchez serves sandwiches at Bronx deli
  • Gary Sanchez is beginning the new year as arguably the most recognizable player in the Yankees' lineup, which is why the lunchtime crowd at a Bronx bodega seemed so surprised to see the slugging catcher helping out with their sandwich orders on Monday.

  • Yanks, Betances may be heading for arbitration
  • Dellin Betances and the Yankees could be heading for an arbitration proceeding, as the right-handed reliever prepares to bring home a sizable raise over his league minimum salary from a year ago.

  • Yanks avoid arbitration with Didi, Pineda, Romine
  • The Yankees agreed to terms with shortstop Didi Gregorius, right-hander Michael Pineda and catcher Austin Romine on Friday, avoiding arbitration, according to reports from MLB Network insider Jon Heyman.

  • Impressive offseason brings Majors dream closer for Torres
  • Once Gleyber Torres gets his call to the Majors, any dates with the Mariners figure to be prominently circled on the calendar. The Yankees' touted prospect says that he wants a piece of King Felix.

  • Reloading, not rebuilding: Yanks still dangerous
  • Are the Yankees rebuilding or reloading? While they may be going with youth, rebuilding teams don't sign vets like Aroldis Chapman or Matt Holliday. The Bronx Bombers are still a dangerous competitor in 2017, and could threaten the Red Sox in the AL East.

  • Around the Horn: Yanks have 1B competition looming
  • With the start of Spring Training approaching, anticipation is building for the 2017 season. MLB.com is going around the horn to break down each area of the Yankees' roster, continuing this week with the corner-infield spots.

  • Yanks want Severino focused on flexibility
  • The Yankees are wondering if Luis Severino's increased reps in the weight room may have contributed to his sophomore slump, and they have advised the right-hander to focus more on increasing his flexibility this offseason.

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