A report this week said that a friend of Robinson Cano's said he was unhappy in Seattle and wants to return to the Yankees. Still, he's not being traded to the Yankees.
Several teams are expected to be big spenders, and others won't be too far behind that, as the winter spending season is just getting under way now.
The Yankees were already reportedly listening to offers for Brett Gardner and then they traded for Aaron Hicks, who GM Brian Cashman says can be an everyday player.
Remember when Bob Uecker's character says something about the leadoff man determining how a team will play in the season? Let's check it out.
With the Hot Stove season well underway, we rank the top 50 free agents (by dollars) who could be on the move this winter in Part 1 of this weekend's Inside Baseball column.
What was the reasoning behind Don Mattingly's exit in LA? Is Miami his next stop? That, plus more skipper searches and news from around the majors in this installment of Inside Baseball.
People may forget, but ex-Mets GM Omar Minaya deserves a lot of the credit for the construction of this Mets team that sits two games away from the World Series. A look at how this current roster was constructed plus more notes from around Major League Baseball.
General manager Brian Cashman is correct to say they didn't overachieve. But there's still work to do.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi gambled by going with slumping Brett Gardner over slumping Jacoby Ellsbury. And Girardi lost.
The Yankees offense has been sputtering for weeks. In the end, it led to the end of their season in Tuesday's wild-card game loss.

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