MLB.com | Bryan Hoch: After swirling rumors of possibly making a blockbuster deal for Noah Syndergaard or Corey Kluber / Trevor Bauer, the Yankees elected to bring back J.A. Happ on a two-year deal, with an option for a third year. The first two years of the deal will pay $ 34 million, and the third-year option would depend on the amount of innings Happ can log in the first two years of the deal. If the option vests, the lefty would earn another $ 17 million.
NY Post | Joel Sherman: With the rumors of Miguel Andujar working on the trading block for a star pitcher, Sherman stresses patience for the Yankees with their young third baseman, the success of Rafael Devers, and how the Red Sox worked through Devers 'issues for what could become a long-term success story. Can Andujar overcome his glaring defensive issues? Andujar who struggled at the bottom of the plate, and how the rest of their careers unfolded.
NY Post | George A. King III: While Andujar is on the trading block, Sonny Gray is definitely on there, especially after Brian Cashman's comments since the offseason began. However, despite Cashman's clear desire to ship Gray out of town, the Yankees have been asking for high-end major league talent for the starter, according to a team executive. Gray has a track record, but is given his performance in New York last year, which has a price.