The Yankees have kept their financial commitments to their minor league players | Mark Brown / .
The New York Yankees announced Tuesday that they will continue to pay their organization’s minor league players through July.
The down payment has been $ 400 per week per minor league player. Additionally, the Bronx offices have borne medical expenses, when necessary.
Although there is no official report, most MLB teams have also vowed to cancel bonuses during the pandemic through July.
The Yankees will continue the $ 400 / week stipend for minor league players through July, per a source. The majority of MLB teams have committed to doing so past June 30 as well.
– James Wagner (@ByJamesWagner) June 30, 2020
The Yankees hope to have all of their major league players in the 2020 season, with a lineup that will seek to harm pitchers for all teams in the East, with the disappearance of the divisions for the 2020 calendar.