The Yankees unloaded third baseman Chase Headley, who is due $13 million, and reliever Bryan Mitchell to the Padres in exchange for outfielder Jabari Blash, according to reports.
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El mayor atractivo de la jornada del martes en las Reuniones Invernales del béisbol en Disney serán las apariciones ante la prensa nacional de los nuevos managers Aaron Boone, de New York Yankees; Mickey Callaway, de New York Mets; Alex Cora, de Boston Red Sox, y Gabe Kapler, de Philadelphia Phillies. También hablarán hoy los últimos ganadores de la Serie Mundial, Joe Maddon, de Chicago Cubs, y AJ Hinch, de Houston Astros. #WinterMeetings
Before talking to Angels GM Billy Eppler about the Ohtani signing and much more (25:05). Buster Olney talks to Jerry Crasnick about the latest from the winter meetings (10:10). Plus, "Inside Heat" on the Dodgers from Andy McCullough (39:09), on the Astros from Jake Kaplan (49:44) and a chat with Giancarlo Stanton (46:51).
With the Giants in a free fall, it would make more sense for them to send Eli Manning back to the bench and see what rookie Davis Webb can do.
By refusing to back down three years ago and again last week, the Marlins slugger set the stage for the Bronx Bombers to make a stunning deal.
Brian Cashman will continue to be the GM of the Yankees, confirming that he's agreed to a new deal. Said owner Hal Steinbrenner: "I want him to stay."
Losing Carson Wentz is a blow, but the Eagles think backup QB Nick Foles is more than up to the challenge of leading a Super Bowl charge.
Manning wanted to retire as a one-uniform player, but if he wants to stay in the game, he might have to give up New York.
A broken left hand put an end to the veteran's bid for what would have been the first wire-to-wire quarterback season for the team since 1980.
Wide receiver Jeremy Kerley's four-game suspension is up, but Jets coach Todd Bowles couldn't definitively say he would be back this week.
How many teams that didn't make the playoffs last season, but are in position now, will be there in April? The Lightning, Kings and Jets are locks. The Devils have doubters and not everyone is sold on the Stars or the Islanders, but Vegas' odds look good.
Jason Spezza scored in the shootout, and the Dallas Stars snapped a three-game losing streak by defeating the New York Rangers 2-1 on Monday night.
Jaroslav Halak made 31 saves after getting a vote of confidence from his coach, and the New York Islanders beat the Washington Capitals 3-1 on Monday night to snap a five-game winless streak.
Giancarlo Stanton wasn't a match for the Red Sox, but they weren't thrilled to have him go to the Yankees, especially as they're still searching for a big bat in the middle of the lineup. J.D. Martinez and Eric Hosmer are still out there.
Calling his role with the Sixers never "the right fit," Nets center Jahlil Okafor said he's excited about fulfilling his potential with a new team.
Michael Smith & Jemele Hill react to the loss of Carson Wentz and its impact on the rest of the NFL. Plus, Mark Teixeira breaks down the new-look New York Yankees.
Giancarlo Stanton said the Marlins tried to strong-arm him into a trade to the Giants or Cardinals, but he refused to be forced to do something that wasn't right for him. "This is what I've dreamed of," Stanton said of joining the Yankees.
Yankees GM Brian Cashman joins the show to discuss how the Giancarlo Stanton came about.
Landon Collins joins the guys to discuss his ankle injury as well as what things were like with Steve Spagnuolo coaching as opposed to Ben McAdoo.
Interim coach Steve Spagnuolo said the Giants are deciding what to do after Eli Apple, who was inactive for the fourth straight game, tweeted during Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
While filling in for Josh McCown, Bryce Petty probably is getting his last chance to show the Jets he belongs -- and he'll face some stiff opposition.
Jets Head Coach Todd Bowles joins the guys to discuss Josh McCown's unfortunate injury and what the future may hold at that position for Gang Green.
"The Diary of Myles Thomas" is an experiment in storytelling, a genre we're calling real-time historical fiction. Experience the Roaring Twenties through the eyes of a mediocre pitcher on the greatest baseball team of all time.