• Yankees acquire righty Eovaldi, send Prado to Marlins
  • The Yankees added another piece to their rotation on Friday, acquiring right-hander Nathan Eovaldi from the Marlins in exchange for infielder Martin Prado as part of a five-player deal. The full trade involves the Yankees receiving Eovaldi, first baseman/outfielder Garrett Jones and pitching prospect Domingo German in exchange for Prado and right-hander David Phelps.

  • Yanks land reliever Germen in deal with Mets
  • The Yankees acquired right-handed reliever Gonzalez Germen from the Mets on Friday in exchange for cash considerations.

  • Yankees strengthen rotation, bring back Capuano
  • The Yankees have finalized a one-year deal to bring back left-hander Chris Capuano, the club announced on Tuesday. The contract is said to be worth $5 million, according to multiple reports.

  • Staying with Yanks, Headley sets sights on Series title
  • The Yankees further solidified their infield Monday, signing third baseman Chase Headley to a four-year deal worth a reported $52 million.

  • With Headley, Yanks squarely in race for AL East title
  • Maybe the best thing about Chase Headley re-signing with the Yankees is that you can legitimately make a case for any of three teams winning the AL East. Red Sox? Blue Jays? Yankees? Who do you have? This is good stuff, the best of the Hot Stove League. There's business to be done in Baltimortedlore, but that's OK, too.

  • Inbox: Will Yankees pursue backup first baseman?
  • Are the Yankees looking for a backup to Mark Teixeira? Has the team changed its view on homegrown talent? Beat reporter Bryan Hoch answers those questions and others in his inbox.

  • Will Yanks turn over closer duties to Betances?
  • The Yankees will be employing their fourth full-time closer in four seasons when the 2015 campaign begins, a statement that would have been nearly unthinkable just a few years ago. If the challenge falls upon Dellin Betances, he vows to be prepared.

  • 'Sir Didi' not afraid to follow captain's reign
  • Didi Gregorius, who has been knighted in his native Curacao, isn't afraid to step into Derek Jeter's huge shoes at shortstop.

  • For Yankees, pursuits at Meetings hit a wall
  • The questions peppered Brian Cashman throughout his stay at the Winter Meetings, where the Yankees arrived with needs to fill but ultimately were not able to cross the finish line on any new business.

  • Chavez lends helpful perspective to Yankees
  • Eric Chavez, who retired this past year after 17 seasons in the big leagues, rejoined the Yankees as a special assignment scout this winter. Having turned in his uniform just six months ago, Chavez can provide the Yanks with real-time clubhouse analysis of any potential acquisitions.

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