Chase Headley fills a third base need for the Yankees.
Commissioner Bud Selig said the league was not aware Alex Rodriguez has a drug exemption for the 2007 season.
Which hitters does Scott White plan on leaning on down the stretch? He shares five bats every owner should keep or try to acquire for the second half.
Let's continue our stadium series with a look at the Yankees' home park.
Updates on the injured Hanley Ramirez, Cliff Lee, Dexter Fowler, Mark Teixeira and Eric O'Flaherty headline Wednesday's daily recap.
Alex Rodriguez received exemptions from Major League Baseball to use products containing testosterone in at least two seasons, according to a new book.
A-Rod is being sued by his lawyer for unpaid legal fees, reports the New York Daily News.
Alex Rodriguez will give it a shot next spring, and the Yankees will surely let him try. Does he have anything left? Is he even working out?
Of the top 100 highest-paid athletes in the world in the past year, 27 were baseball players.
People want to see Biogenesis cheats Ryan Braun and Nelson Cruz in the All-Star Game, and writers don't want to see drug cheats in the Hall of Fame. You know what? Both are right.

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