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Today β€” January 22nd 2019Your RSS feeds

The Yankees Trade Sonny Gray to the Reds for a Pick and a Prospect

By JAMES WAGNER

The deal comes less than two years after the Yankees acquired Gray from Oakland in hopes that he would bolster their rotation.

Yesterday β€” January 21st 2019Your RSS feeds

On Baseball: What Mariano Rivera Shared With Roy Halladay, Besides Hall of Fame Credentials

By TYLER KEPNER

Rivera showed him how he gripped a cutter, and Halladay always kept a ball with that grip traced on it. Both pitchers are sure to be inducted in Cooperstown this year.

Bill James Has the Required Numbers

By JAMIE MALANOWSKI

Baseball’s Hall of Fame shouldn’t continue to overlook someone whose influence on the game has been profound.

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On Baseball: What Mariano Rivera Shared With Roy Halladay, Besides Hall of Fame Credentials

By TYLER KEPNER

Rivera showed him how he gripped a cutter, and Halladay always kept a ball with that grip traced on it. Both pitchers are sure to be inducted in Cooperstown this year.

Yankees Sign Adam Ottavino, Further Bolstering Their Bullpen

By TYLER KEPNER

Ottavino, a 33-year-old from Brooklyn, joins Zach Britton, Dellin Betances and Chad Green as overpowering setup men for closer Aroldis Chapman.

Can We All Agree Mariano Rivera Belongs in the Hall? History Says No

By VICTOR MATHER

The most interesting question about the Baseball Hall of Fame’s next class of inductees is whether the Yankees closer will be the first unanimous selection.

Can We All Agree Mariano Rivera Belongs in the Hall? History Says No

By VICTOR MATHER

The most interesting question about the Baseball Hall of Fame’s next class of inductees is whether the Yankees closer will be the first unanimous selection.

John Wetteland, a Former Major Leaguer, Is Charged With Sexually Abusing a Child

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Wetteland, 52, a former pitcher, was arrested on Monday in Texas and accused of continually abusing a child younger than 14.

On College Football: Kyler Murray Knows His Options. That’s Why This Isn’t Simple.

By MARC TRACY

After months of saying his football career was about to end, the Heisman Trophy winner suddenly is not so sure. Is it leverage or is he still trying to decide?

On College Football: Kyler Murray Knows His Options. That’s Why This Isn’t Simple.

By MARC TRACY

After months of saying his football career was about to end, the Heisman Trophy winner suddenly is not so sure. Is it leverage or is he still trying to decide?

Mel Stottlemyre, Yankees’ Ace During Lean Years, Dies at 77

By RICHARD GOLDSTEIN

Stottlemyre was an anchor for the pitching staff during the late 1960s and early ’70s. He was later the pitching coach for Yankees and Mets teams that won the World Series.

Mel Stottlemyre, Yankees’ Ace During Lean Years, Dies at 77

By RICHARD GOLDSTEIN

Stottlemyre was an anchor for the pitching staff during the late 1960s and early ’70s. He was later the pitching coach for Yankees and Mets teams that won the World Series.

Yankees Add D.J. LeMahieu, Signaling Reduced Interest in Manny Machado

By TYLER KEPNER

LeMahieu, a three-time Gold Glove winner at second base, won the National League batting crown in 2016. He agreed to a two-year, $24 million deal.

On Baseball: In Bid for Manny Machado, White Sox Wonder if Camaraderie Can Trump Cash

By TYLER KEPNER

The White Sox have added two of Machado’s closest friends this off-season, but can personal relationships trump the prospect of more wins, and more cash?

Mets Sign Infielder Jed Lowrie to Bolster Their Versatility

By TYLER KEPNER

The switch-hitter can play three positions and is coming off a season in which he set a new career-high with 23 home runs.

David Wright Joins Mets’ Front Office

By TYLER KEPNER

Wright, 36, who announced his retirement in September, will be a special adviser to chief operating officer Jeff Wilpon and general manager Brodie Van Wagenen.

Yankees and Zach Britton Agree on a 3-Year Deal

By TYLER KEPNER

Britton, who came to the Yankees in a trade from the Baltimore Orioles last summer, will be guaranteed $39 million under the contract, which is pending a medical examination.

How the Troy Tulowitzki Signing Affects the Yankees’ Pursuit of Manny Machado

By BILLY WITZ

General Manager Brian Cashman said that the team’s plan would be for Tulowitzki to play shortstop until Didi Gregorius’s return and that the Yankees were still interested in Machado.

Sports of The Times: Deep in Winter, Let’s Discuss the Stifling of Starting Pitchers

By MICHAEL POWELL

Leo Mazzone, who coached one of the greatest rotations ever, says baseball is ruining pitchers with strict pitch counts and innings limits. Someone like Noah Syndergaard might want to listen.

Sports of The Times: Deep in Winter, Let’s Discuss the Stifling of Starting Pitchers

By MICHAEL POWELL

Leo Mazzone, who coached one of the greatest rotations ever, says baseball is ruining pitchers with strict pitch counts and innings limits. Someone like Noah Syndergaard might want to listen.

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