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  1. Judge learning 'a couple of secrets' via Stanton
    Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton combined to mash 57 home runs in their first year as teammates, and the Yankees' power-hitting duo is continuing to enjoy a relationship that extends past each of their at-bats.
  2. Lifting off: Healthy Judge puts foes on notice
    Aaron Judge's megawatt smile was on display at George M. Steinbrenner Field on Tuesday afternoon, accompanied by glimpses of his light-tower power. Any discomfort in his right wrist has long been extinguished, which has the Yankees dreaming of another big-time season from their slugging right fielder.
  3. Yankees content to move on without Machado
    On Dec. 19, the Yankees entertained Manny Machado for 90 minutes at Yankee Stadium, then continued to discuss a potential future together over dinner on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. It was to be the closest that Machado would come to playing for the Yankees, who had been widely believed to be his preferred destination.
  4. 5 things we learned from Boone's camp address
    One of Aaron Boone's so-called "bumper stickers" throughout his first spring as the Yankees' manager was that he wanted players to carry an "expectation of greatness." Having steered that club to 100 wins and the playoffs, he believes that the 2019 edition will be even more successful.
  5. Betances' priorities? Baby boy, WS title quest
    Dellin Betances said that his representative has participated in conversations about a potential contract extension, but after witnessing the birth of his first child, the right-handed reliever said that his energy is focused on helping the Yankees win a World Series title.
  6. Stanton stands to benefit from AL comfortability
    Asked for the biggest takeaway of his first season in Yankees pinstripes, Giancarlo Stanton offered a not-so-veiled swipe at his former employer, noting how his new expectation is to keep the Yankee Stadium lights burning throughout the month of October.
  7. The Yankees' Spring Training battle to watch
    The next five weeks will see lots of shuffling on Major League rosters. Here are the most intriguing positional battles on each of the 30 MLB clubs.
  8. Here are the Yankees' 2019 Top 30 Prospects
    While the Yankees' farm system isn't as overflowing with big league-ready talent as it has been recently, they do have an impressive stockpile of high-ceiling/high-risk youngsters.
  9. Reasons for optimism for each MLB club
    On this opening week of Spring Training, all 30 Major League teams have one thing in common: optimism. Here's an optimism cheat sheet for each of them.
  10. Boone on Judge: 'He's good to go'
    Watching Aaron Judge pummel batting-practice fastballs at the Yankees' Minor League complex this week, two words came to Aaron Boone's mind: "Plus power."
  11. Taking stock of CC's HOF credentials
    With CC Sabathia formally announcing that he will retire following the 2019 season, it's a good time to look at his Hall of Fame credentials.
  12. Yanks open to extensions for other big players
    Now that Luis Severino and the Yankees were able to avoid salary arbitration and find common ground on a four-year, $40 million contract extension, could Aaron Judge or Gary Sanchez be the next "Baby Bombers" to cash in?
  13. CC on retiring after 2019: 'It's been a great ride'
    The statistical achievements have accumulated throughout CC Sabathia's meritorious career, but he has never seemed interested in studying the back of his baseball card. Through 18 seasons in the big leagues, the big left-hander's main objective has been to serve as a positive influence for the teams that he has pitched for.
  14. Sports world congratulates CC on retirement
    Veteran left-hander CC Sabathia formally announced his retirement on Saturday, prompting former teammates and big stars from around the sports world to pipe up with statements of congratulations. Here's a compilation of the well wishes.
  15. Sevy confident after inking contract extension
    Luis Severino had been cautioned that arbitration would not be a fun experience, voicing a desire to avoid the process. About thirty minutes before he and the Yankees would have gone head-to-head in a St. Petersburg conference room, both sides instead celebrated an agreement that provides the right-hander with financial security for generations.
  16. Severino, Yanks reach 4-year deal
    The Yankees believe that Luis Severino will continue to stand tall among the sport's young aces for years to come, and they rewarded that promise by announcing a four-year contract extension with the right-hander on Friday, avoiding salary arbitration. The deal includes a club option for the 2023 season.
  17. Farquhar takes inspiring first step at camp
    His inspirational recovery from a brain hemorrhage complete, Danny Farquhar intends to continue beating the odds this year, aiming to return to a big league mound as a member of the Yankees' bullpen.
  18. Prospects who should vie for a roster spot
    The 30 prospects below all are getting very long looks this spring with an eye toward breaking camp with the parent club. Even if they start the year in the Minors, they all should get the chance to contribute at some point in the very near future.
  19. Tanaka ahead of schedule after Australia trip
    If Masahiro Tanaka's performance reaches his lofty expectations this season, the Yankees right-hander may credit a training journey to Australia as a key.
  20. Sanchez opens camp with powerful BP session
    Digging in next to home plate at George M. Steinbrenner Field for the first time this spring, Gary Sanchez completed his batting-practice round with a flourish, belting balls over the wall with four of his final five swings.
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