New York Yankees 11/19 News Roundup and more


Yankees don’t forget their neighbors on vacation

Yesterday, the New York Yankees partnered with Krasdale Foods for their annual Thanksgiving Food Stamp Giveaway, where they handed out around 4,000 food stamps to Bronx residents to help local families prepare their Thanksgiving meals. Food stamps amounted to well over $ 100,000.

Krasdale is a leading grocery distributor in the New York City area, specializing in providing quality products that meet the unique needs of our independent retail partners and the diverse communities they serve. Strategically located in the Bronx, NY, our state-of-the-art warehouse proudly serves over 2,500 independent grocery stores, including CTown Markets and Bravo Markets.

The New York Yankees are known for supporting their neighbors who surround Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, Yankee Hope Week is just one of them. The Yankees are currently holding a food drive that will last until the end of November so they can host their many Christmas charity events.

New York Yankees news summary

Happy birthday this week to Yankees reliever Joely Rodriguez and starting pitcher Jameson Taillon. Congratulations to Aaron Judge who was nominated for his second Silver Slugger award. Congratulations to Yankees ace Gerrit Cole for his second place in the Cy Young vote. Joey Gallo has another Gold Glove award for his coat, this is the second of his career. The option of former New York Mets manager Luis Rojas was not taken over by the Mets, but in a surprise move the Yankees hired him to be the new third baseman, as a replacement. by Phil Nevin. The Yankees have learned that Justin Verlander will be resigning with the Houston Astros for a year at $ 26 million.

Hal and Cashman indicate that everything is in flex

Just a few days ago it seemed Brian cashman and the Yankees would open up the stock market and spend a lot of money on a long-term contract for a starting shortstop. But now it looks like that has changed in favor of a short-spread measure, as the Yankees wait for prospects Anthony Volpe and Oswald Peraza to be Major League ready later this season or in 2023. So this probably won’t be expensive for Correa, the cheaper Marcus Semien now seems to be the better option.

That’s not to say the Yankees won’t spend the money, they will, just not as much on a shortstop. The Yankees still need a backup down center and at least one new starting pitcher. Everything is flexible right now, but there are plenty of moves, buys and trades to come during an offseason that will see a lot of changes for the New York Yankees.


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