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A swap of 2016 World Series stars? Madison Bumgarner in Dodger blue? We play Let's Make A Deal, Las Vegas-style with moves we'd make if we were calling the shots at the winter meetings.
Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer
Crazy to think, but spring training is about two months away. Yankees announce today pitchers and catchers will report Feb. 13. Six days later, the full team will workout for the first time of 2019.
Some front offices have more work to do after deals while others are still plotting their first offseason strike. Here are eight areas that must be addressed by teams with playoff hopes.
With the winter meetings upcoming in Harper's hometown of Las Vegas, we look at the free-agent outfielder's quest for baseball's biggest contract.
Could Nathan Eovaldi be the next free-agent target for the Yankees? What about J.A. Happ? We look at some of the options for New York after missing out on the former D-backs lefty.
Seibu Lions ace left-hander Yusei Kikuchi is available to major league teams starting Tuesday, and will have until Jan. 2 to sign with a major league club. The Yankees are expected to be among those interested.
Buster Olney talks to ESPN NY's Michael Kay about the biggest offseason stories surrounding the Mets and the Yankees.
Premium seats at London's Olympic Stadium will cost $493 for the games between the New York Yankees and World Series champion Boston Red Sox on June 29 and 30.
While this winter's crop searches for new homes, we look ahead to the big decisions that loom for some of the game's top stars -- Nolan Arenado, Chris Sale, Paul Goldschmidt and Gerrit Cole among them.
The Mariners are actively trying to trade Robinson Cano and reached out to the Yankees and Mets about possible blockbusters that would have sent the star second baseman back to New York.
The top outfielder on the free-agent market is set to make big bucks. We put you in Bryce Harper's shoes. Where will you go?
He couldn't cut it at Yankee Stadium. But insiders believe the Bombers will find a decent deal for the right-hander this winter.
Right-hander Parker Bridwell was claimed off waivers from the Los Angeles Angels by the New York Yankees, who opened a roster spot by designating infielder Ronald Torreyes for assignment.
No player has ever been sent to Cooperstown with unanimous support. Will the former Yankees closer's case compel voters to make him the first?
Outfielder Tim Locastro was acquired by the New York Yankees from the Los Angeles Dodgers for minor league right-hander Drew Finley and $75,000.
Your favorite team probably isn't going to get Bryce Harper or Manny Machado. But another move -- maybe for a top pitcher -- could make all the difference this winter.
The newest member of the Yankees, James Paxton, joins the guys to discuss what kind of pitcher he is, why he didn't sign with the Blue Jays out of college and if it will be tough to shave his beard.
The New York Yankees tried to trade last winter for Gerrit Cole, arguably the top starting pitcher available.
The Mariners and Yankees completed a trade Monday that sends ace left-hander James Paxton to New York for three prospects, including top-rated lefty Justus Sheffield.
James Paxton has never thrown more than 160 1/3 innings in a season because of injuries, but he has the talent to be a force atop the Yankees' rotation.
The Yankees had to part with top pitching prospect Justus Sheffield, but he was the only top-end minor leaguer they sent to Seattle.
Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer
Paxton to the Yankees seems like a wise move for them and the rebuilding Mariners. Paxton's fantasy value is about the same, as he is moving to a more hitter-friendly park, but gets better offensive support. Overcoming injury is another thing. He still hasn't pitched 165 innings in a season, so he is more of a volume risk than most in the top 20 hurlers. The headliner to Seattle is Justus Sheffield and he should get a legit chance, but he's not Walker Buehler as rookies go and the Mariners are not the Dodgers. Look for the Mariners to move others as well.
Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
James Paxton's single-year bests as a pro in terms of starts and innings: 2016: 31 GS, 171 2/3 IP 2013: 30 GS, 169 2/3 IP 2018: 28 GS, 160 1/3 IP 2017: 25 GS, 140 IP 2012: 21 GS, 106 1/3 IP Durability is really the one remaining obstacle to his being a top-10 fantasy SP.
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