Watching a second straight loss to last-place Tampa Bay convinced the New York Yankees it was time to shift more fully into sell mode. So late Saturday night, owner Hal Steinbrenner gave the go-ahead.
Six days after trading closer Aroldis Chapman to the Chicago Cubs for four prospects, New York dealt reliever Andrew Miller to Cleveland for four more.
"We're trying to get back to a situation where we can build an uber team and a sustainable one," general manager Brian Cashman said. "So we'll see where it takes us, but that's the effort that we've got going on here, and I think fans should be excited by that."
New York's 5-3 defeat Sunday completed a...