It’s Moby Dick all over again. For the second offseason in a row, the Yankees caught their white whale. Now what do they do?
On the surface, bringing back LeMahieu seems like a no-brainer, but if the Yankees insist on their budget, then another path might be best.
The Yankees signed A.J. Burnett on this day in 2008, while Robinson Canó officially departed five years later.
The Yankees made a steal of a trade on this day, and then, as if to rebalance cosmic energies, they engineered one of the worst free agent signings exactly 40 years later.
The Yankees are faced with the agonizing decision of either keeping their most productive player or resetting their tax penalties. But why not do both?