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19 min ago | Zillow Blog
While Alex Rodriguez waits out his battle against Major League Baseball - he's suing the MLB for " destroying his reputation, ruining his endorsement deals and making it impossible for him to finish his Yankees contract " - he's still playing the real estate game.
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2 hrs ago | BleacherReport
David Ortiz, in his infinite wisdom, is auctioning off a lunch with embattled Yankees star Alex Rodriguez in a move that will obviously go over very well.
4 hrs ago | CBS Local
"I thought it would be pretty cool to sit down with one of the most controversial people in the world," the Yankees fan told the website.
8 hrs ago | NJ.com
Crimson Tide quarterback AJ McCarron is a star in his own right. But the Yankees fan has been starstruck this season -- the team got a visit from manager Joe Girardi, McCarron met shortstop Derek Jeter last month and revealed he had a phone chat with 3B Alex Rodriguez before the now-famous loss to Auburn in the Iron Bowl.
"If the numbers are right, he had 240 million reasons why he should go to Seattle," Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said poolside at the Swan and Dolphin Hotel on Tuesday.
Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik has made the biggest splash of the offseason so far, but it's not enough.
Josh Norris in Baseball America , nails it when reporting on the Yankees draft, farm system, prospects, and business model: The Yankees' fall from grace of 2013 truly began a year prior, when Derek Jeter's ankle crumbled beneath him.
One of the more intriguing "what-if"'s of American politics is to wonder what the Tea Party would have looked like if it hadn't been bought and paid for by Dick Armey and the Koch brothers.
A judge pushed the next hearing in Alex Rodriguez's lawsuit against Major League Baseball back to February.
Last week saw a flurry of action on the MLB free-agent market, with the big move coming when the Seattle Mariners signed second baseman Robinson Cano to a massive 10-year, $240 million deal that ranks as the third-largest contract in MLB history.
It's like breathlessly showing up with that invitation, ringing the door bell and discovering the black-tie party was actually a week ago.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - If the Yankees are going to stay under the $189 million luxury-tax threshold for 2014 then: They are going to make a few trades to lop some salaries with Brett Gardner and Ichiro Suzuki - if anyone actually wants Suzuki - the most obvious candidates, and/or they need Frederic Horowitz to be their offseason MVP.
The news that caused all the fuss was veteran outfielder Carlos Beltran agreeing to a 3-year, $45 million contract with the New York Yankees.
Eight years ago, Seattle got its first glimpse of the soon-to-be superstar. Now, Robinson Cano has a chance to prove that he can further his talent and legacy as a Mariner.
How many years in a row can we say will not get the money because the industry has absorbed the lessons of the past and won't do these mega-long deals - only to see fill-in-the-blank get the deal? This year, Robinson Cano was fill-in-the-blank.