MLB.com | Anthony DiComo: CC Sabathia is entrance back. Yesterday, a Yankees sealed a maestro Sabathia to a one-year, $10 million dollar contract. It was good famous that CC had a enterprise to react a group he’s been with for roughly a decade. He loves NY. He loves a Yankees. He has unprepared business, according to his agent. Sabathia wants to win another World Series with a Yankees. I, too, would like this to happen. We shall see what this means for Cashman’s devise to acquire another starter this offseason. For now, it’s good to have a large male back. Praise be.
New York Daily News | Bob Raissman: CC Sabathia isn’t a usually one entrance back. It was also reported yesterday that John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman will be returning to a WFAN booth. Also like Sabathia, both have sealed for one-year deals. The conjecture of Giancarlo Stanton’s Sterling HR call can now ensue but worry.
New York Post | Joel Sherman: Barring anything else function this offseason, Brian Cashman seems to have achieved Hal Steinbrenner’s idea of removing underneath a oppulance taxation threshold. This will set a Yankees adult good during a 2018 giveaway group season, that looks to be hotter than hot. However, one of their other categorical rich competitors only put themselves in a improved situation. The Dodgers traded Adrian Gonzalez, Scott Kazmir, Brandon McCarthy and Charlie Culberson to a Braves for Matt Kemp. Yes, THAT Matt Kemp. Kemp is approaching to be flipped and A-Gon will be DFA’d by a Braves on Monday. This income dump puts a Dodgers underneath a oppulance taxation threshold, sets them adult for a 2018 giveaway group season, and once again shows Greg Kirkland that fanpost-style trade ideas CAN occur if we only trust in them tough enough.
Newsday | David Lennon: Finally, here are some difference recapping Brian Cashman’s Winter Meetings. They were good. Really good.