Ever since Joe Girardi became the Yankees manager in 2008, it’s been a bumpy ride. The team has either missed the postseason completely, only advanced to the first two rounds or won the World Series. Girardi is in the final season of his contract, and like Yankees GM Brian Cashman is going […]

Is Joe Girardi on the hot seat in 2017?

It’s no secret the Yankees want to add pitching in the final six weeks of the offseason. And for the last few weeks, they have been talking with the Chicago White Sox about possibly acquiring Jose Quintana. However, the Yankees might end up walking away from the talks empty handed. According […]

Hot Stove Rumor: Yankees are a longshot for Jose Quintana

When Alex Rodriguez retired from the Yankees in mid-August, the team kept him on as a special advisor, a role he will take on beginning in February. However, everyone has wondered whether Rodriguez will plan a comeback with another team. Rodriguez clearly loves the game of baseball, not to mention Rodriguez is […]

Alex Rodriguez not planning a comeback

Masahiro Tanaka‘s job this season is to give the Yankees an ace-like performance, especially since the starting rotation is a huge question mark for the Yankees. But the looming question mark surrounding Tanaka has nothing to do with his performance. It has to do with his longevity with the team. […]

Masahiro Tanaka’s opt-out clause looms over Yankees

Last season, baseball fans who had Comcast as their cable provider missed out on Yankees baseball for the entire 2016 campaign. That meant no Gary Sanchez, no Mark Teixeira, no Alex Rodriguez, no Brett Gardner, no Dellin Betances, and no Joe Girardi for 162 games. Well, fear not Comcast customers. Those that have Comcast will be able […]

Comcast reaches new deal with the YES Network

Happy New Year! With 2016 in the books, it’s time to look forward to 2017. And there is plenty to look forward to in 2017. Baseball is back next month, the Yankees are slated to have a younger team–mixed with veterans of course, and all eyes will be on the […]

Happy New Year!

Before we get on with the post, I’d like to personally apologize for not posting any content on the site for the last few days. There was a death in my family and I needed a few days off. I’m still not quite 100% yet, but I figured it was […]

Eight memorable moments from the 2016 season

I’m not entirely sure how I missed this since this came out last week, but it’s better to report it late than never, right? The New York Yankees are one of six teams to pay a luxury tax this offseason, but surprisingly they don’t have to pay the most to […]

Yankees one of six teams to pay a luxury tax

We can all pretty much agree that baseball is a big part of our lives, and for 364 days of the year we’re either watching baseball or waiting for the Hot Stove to heat up and give us baseball news. However, this particular day reminds us that there’s so much […]

Merry Christmas from Bronx Baseball Daily

Major League Baseball has done exhibition series in different countries before. To list a few, they’ve been to Cuba, Panama and Japan. But now the Yankees and Red Sox want in on the action. And both teams are hoping that they can play an exhibition series in London. The idea […]

Yankees & Red Sox push for a London exhibition series

Trade rumors surrounding Brett Gardner and Chase Headley have cooled off a significant amount within the last three weeks. So it’s only fitting another Yankee name ends up in trade rumors before the holidays. According to Andrew Marchand of ESPN, the Yankees have been offered several low-buy offers for Michael Pineda. Pineda had […]

Hot Stove Rumors: Teams are calling about Michael Pineda