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2/3/2016 | Bird updates status from hospital bed

Greg Bird's year ended before it even had a chance to begin, but the Yankees first baseman's social media game seems to be in midseason form. Bird posted a photo to Instagram and Twitter from his bed at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York on Wednesday, smiling and offering a thumbs-up shortly after having a season-ending procedure to repair his right labrum.


2/3/2016 | Around the Horn: Outfield and DH

With the start of Spring Training almost here, anticipation is building for the 2016 season. MLB.com is going around the horn to break down each area of the Yankees' roster, continuing with the outfield and DH spots.


2/2/2016 | Cashman wishes for redo with Lowell

The deal was announced 17 years ago this week, as general manager Brian Cashman hoped to improve the Yankees' pitching depth by importing three well-regarded prospects from the Marlins.


2/1/2016 | Yanks' best options for replacing Bird

Now that the Yankees have lost Greg Bird, their backup at first base and DH, it's worth wondering what they'll do to replace him -- if anything.


2/1/2016 | Yankees claim Torreyes off waivers

An offseason roller coaster continued on Monday for Ronald Torreyes, as the Yankees claimed the infielder off waivers from the Angels. To make room on the 40-man roster, outfielder Lane Adams was designated for assignment.


2/1/2016 | Bird to miss entire season due to shoulder injury

Yankees first baseman Greg Bird, who belted 11 homers in his first taste of big league action last year, will undergo surgery on Tuesday to repair a right shoulder labrum tear and is expected to miss the entire 2016 season.


2/1/2016 | Inbox: Will Severino have innings limit?

With Luis Severino heading into his first full season, has there been any talk of limits on innings or skipping starts in order to not overuse him? Yankees beat reporter Bryan Hoch answers that question and more in the latest edition of his Inbox.