For The First Time In Generations, Youth Is Being Served In The Bronx
Under the Steinbrenners, the Yankees have made a policy of burying young players and buying expensive older ones. At the trading deadline, that all changed.
There Will Never Be Another Jay Buhner-For-Ken Phelps Deal
What the hell did the Yankees trade Jay Buhner for? There's a literal answer to Frank Costanza's question, but the broader one is still baffling, even years later.
Throwback Thursday: When Andy Hawkins Threw a No-Hitter and Lost Anyway
The New York Yankees of the 1980s were an exercise in expensive mediocrity. When Andy Hawkins threw a no-hitter in Chicago and lost in 1990, it defined the era.