Mark Teixeira

New York Yankees 2014 Preview

Yankees reload for Derek Jeter's final season

The Yankees have enough players in the latter stages of their primes to form a relentless lineup. If they stay reasonably healthy, they will contend in the AL East.

As is always the case it seems, there is no shortage of big stories in the Big Apple. Long-time shortstop and captain Derek Jeter is retiring after the season. Alex Rodriguez became a one-man bizarre reality show before reluctantly taking his 162-game medicine.

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2013 Fantasy Baseball: Which Injured Players Are Worth Drafting?

Some suggestions on how you should approach certain injured players on draft day
<p> 2013 Fantasy Baseball: Which Injured Players Are Worth Drafting?</p>

Opening Day of the 2013 season is right around the corner, but there are quite a few players who won’t be available to help your fantasy team from the outset. For some, their season debuts should only be delayed while others will be on the disabled list for a little longer. Here are some of the key hitters and pitchers who are dealing with injuries headed into Opening Day and how you should handle them during your draft.

10 Worst Contracts in Major League Baseball

These MLB players are making way more than their production.
<p> 10 Worst Contracts in Baseball</p>

Fans love it when their team signs a big-name free agent or locks up a current star, but too many times organizations pay for past accomplishment instead of future production. There are obviously some baseball superstars on this list, but unfortunately much is expected from those who have been compensated at the highest level. Here’s our look at the 10 worst contracts in major league baseball.

New York Yankees 2012 Preview

Jeter and Co. primed to get back to World Series
<p> The Yankees fell short of the World Series for the seventh time in eight seasons, but this remains a formidable team. The Yankees’ bats went cold in the playoffs, but over the long season, this lineup will produce. The Yankees won 97 games last season, and with the improvements to their rotation, they should crack 100 this year and fend off the Red Sox, Rays and Blue Jays for yet another AL East crown.</p>

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Tigers-Yankees Series Rests on Game 3 Aces

Verlander, Sabathia Face Off Tonight in Re-Start
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After the unusual situation created by the Game 1 washout, the Tigers and Yankees left New York tied at one game apiece and without a day off between Games 2 and 3. Aces Justin Verlander of Detroit and CC Sabathia of New York will start Game 3 tonight after taking the mound for the brief false start last Friday.