Daily Archives: December 2, 2009

The Best of the Cheapest – Part 1: Pitchers

Recently, many players became 6-year minor league free agents.  They were not added to their team’s 40 man roster, thus, they were eligible for free agency.  A lot of the guys here are nothing special, but every once in a … Continue reading

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Yankees Jermaine Dye Rumors

Just as I finished writing a post about arbitration and how it affected the Yankees mentioning how Jermaine Dye could now become more attractive to the Yankees do I find an article linking the Yankees to Dye. According to Joe … Continue reading

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Arbitration and How It Affects the Yankees

The Yankees did not offer arbitration to their seven free agents, but that is not where the story ends. 23 free agents in total were offered arbitration and many more were not and those offers and non-offers will directly affect … Continue reading

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Yankees Thinking of Trading for and Not Signing Halladay

When Yankees general manager Brian Cashman didn’t trade for then Twins superstar pitcher Johan Santana he often cited his distaste for giving up prospects and huge amounts of cash in the same deal. Until recently it seemed that his thinking … Continue reading

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