Davidoff: Jeter no longer an immense asset
This love story between the Yankees and Derek Jeter isn't over. It's simply time to move on to the next chapter.
Yankees begin retooling for 2011 season
The Yankees’ season ended short of a World Series berth, and now one of their most fascinating offseasons will begin.
No one expects Jeter to be going anywhere
Derek Jeter held firm to his spring training pledge. He said he would discuss his contract once, in late February, and only once.
Rivera puts talk of new Yankee contract on hold
With his three-year, $45-million contract set to expire, Rivera is about to become a free agent.
Cash wants Girardi back; his contract is a priority
Joe Girardi is the final year of the original three-year, $7.5 million contract he signed in October 2007 to replace Joe Torre.
Pettitte: Not sure about returning in 2011
Once again into the offseason goes Andy Pettitte. Once again he is on the fence about returning for another season.
Naturally, former Ranger A-Rod made final out
For Texas Rangers fans, the cherry on top of the team's first World Series berth was that Alex Rodriguez was the final out to get them there.
Davidoff: Plenty of blame as Yanks ousted
For the moment, though, it's meaningful to realize that no one player or official could have plugged the hole. The hole grew too large.
Jeter: Too soon to think about free agency
Derek Jeter refused to address his forthcoming free agency after the Yankees' 6-1 loss.
Davidoff: Yankees positioned well for 2011
Well-run organizations don't make evaluations based upon the small sample size of a postseason performance. The Yankees are, generally, a ...