When Nelson Mandela visited the United States shortly after regaining his freedom, his most memorable moment was a spirited speech at old Yankee Stadium. As the world mourns the leader's passing, the Yankees announce a fitting tribute at the new stadium.
And one of those lefties is Chris Sale, whose talent is undeniable -- and being wasted on a non-contender. Add in his meager contract and you'll see why teams would give up plenty to get him. Jon Paul Morosi breaks it down.
Outbid for Robinson Cano, the Yankees did what they always do: spent some money. But all the big spending isn't fazing the World Series champs, who are sticking to the strategy that took them back to the top.