The New York Yankees are a mediocre baseball team that also happens to employ a plethora of talented players that more competitive teams would gladly pay a decent price to acquire. If the Yankees were any other team, the path forward would be quite clear: Have a fire sale at the deadline, restock the farm system, and get ready to execute a quick rebuild. The Yankees, of course, are making things as difficult as possible.
The Yankees have not indicated whether they will buy or sell at the deadline; could you convince them to sell?
The MLB trade deadline of August 1st is rapidly approaching and the MLB trade rumors are starting to heat up. With the All-Star...
The Giants traded for Carlos Beltran once before, and they might do it again this month. Here are the latest rumors involving the Cubs, Orioles, Phillies, White Sox, Brewers, Yankees and others.
The Yankees are going to have tough calls to make at the MLB trade deadline. One of the toughest? Carlos Beltran.
The schedule is a lie. Because while there are 66 games remaining in the season, the truth is that there are only eight until the Aug. 1 non-waiver trade deadline. Eight games for the Yankees to declare themselves in or out of the wild-card chase; eight for ownership and management to become buyers or sellers — or to choose the middle ground — on the market. Which is why every single game for this team has taken on disproportionate importance for this time of year. As the baseball clock ticks, as the 162-game marathon unfolds, late July does not equate to late September. Except. Except for the 2016 Yankees, for whom every play, decision and game outcome has for weeks been viewed through the prism of the 4 p.m. deadline on the first day of the next month. Which is why Friday’s 3-2 victory over the Giants in The Bronx — in which the Yankees scored the eventual winning run in the bottom of the eighth after Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller had
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New York Yankees designated hitter Carlos Beltran crushed the 400th home run of his career against the Chicago White Sox on Sunday.
The Yankees' Carlos Beltran joined elite company against the White Sox on Sunday.
Carlos Beltran hit the 400th home run of his career on Sunday.
Carlos Beltran hit his 400th career home run, making him the fourth switch hitter in MLB history to reach the milestone.
His homer gave New York a 5-4 lead
New York Yankees' right fielder Carlos Beltran's 6th inning home run was No. 400 for his career, giving the Yankees the lead at the time.
Carlos Beltran became the 54th player in major league history, and third Puerto Rico-born player, to hit 400 home runs.