The New York Yankees are reportedly set to make some big moves on the trading front in the coming weeks, and one of these deals could be a trade to get power hitter Chase Headley of the San Diego Padres.
The New York Yankees are in the swing of the MLB 2014 Opening Week, and they're dreaming of a 28th World Series title. There are a few key players that the Yankees could trade for to get them that that ring. Want to know who? Read on and find out.
The New York Yankees could pull off a blockbuster trade that would further provide firepower to their already potent lineup. According to latest trade rumor, the Pinstripes might be interested in sending veteran outfielder Ichiro Suzuki for Max Scherzer, who recently tabled his contract negotiation with the Detroit Tigers.
The New York Yankees are reportedly interested in signing former Boston Red Sox shortstop Stephen Drew to bolster their infield, which one Major League Baseball (MLB) scout said was among the weakest in the league going into Opening Day.
The New York Yankees are viewed as an ideal landing spot for Philadelphia Phillies veteran shortstop Jimmy Rollins, who has been one of the hottest names on the trading floor few days before the Opening Day.
According to a reliable league source, the Yankees have already set their sights on Toronto Blue Jays slugger Reyes as the next member of their infield unit.
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The New York Yankees are planning to pursue another big-name pitcher to finally complete their starting rotation, and Ervin Santana is reportedly on top of their list.
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