Yankees trade David Huff to Giants

David Huff

Two days after being designated for assignment, David Huff has found a new team.

The Yankees announced they have traded David Huff to the San Francisco Giants in exchange for cash considerations. With the Yankees in 2013, Huff went 3-1 with a 4.67 ERA in 11 games.

Before the 2014 season, it was projected Huff would compete for the spot in the Yankees bullpen, which happens to be a question mark for the Bronx Bombers. Instead, Huff will try to win a job with the Giants organization.

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6 Responses to Yankees trade David Huff to Giants

  1. JSkillet says:

    sheesh..not even a low level prospect? cash isn't worth much these days in MLB

  2. cdatzker says:

    Could be a find for The SF Giants. David Huff is a guy who can pitch out of the bullpen.

    • mlblogsnewyorkyankees13 says:

      I was surprised the Yankees didn't keep him for that reason alone. He was GREAT out of the bullpen–it was the starts that hurt his ERA.

  3. tom says:

    25/40 man spot is open. Thats all I care about. lol.

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