The New York Yankees made some small moves before making two enormous ones, with hopes of returning to the postseason in 2016.
Once Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera enter Cooperstown, it could be a while before we see another Yankee.
The New York Yankees have no depth at third base, and while Chris Johnson is far from perfect, he is the ideal fit for the Yankees' bench.
The Yankees pulled off a stunner by acquiring elite closer Aroldis Chapman on Monday. The trade reopens Andrew Miller trade rumors, but the Yanks should hold form.
Even though he will most likely be suspended, trading for Aroldis Chapman was a smart trade for the New York Yankees.
The New York Yankees have finally made a splash this offseason as general manager Brian Cashman orchestrated a trade to add closer Aroldis Chapman.
The timing to trade for Aroldis Chapman is very strange for the Yankees, who may have wasted four prospects on a player with just one year remaining on his deal.
The New York Yankees have the money but they prefer not spend it. They are opting instead to gamble on their current rotation.
The New York Yankees need to add former All-Star closer Joe Nathan to their thin bullpen.
Ian Desmond is interested in playing multiple positions, and the New York Yankees have a need for someone who can play all over the diamond. A marriage makes sense.