Report: Yankees trade Nick Goody to Cleveland Indians

It seems the brief Nick Goody era in New York is officially over.

The New York Yankees have announced they have traded Goody to the Cleveland Indians in exchange for cash or a player to be named later. Goody was designated for assignment on Friday when the Yankees officially announced the five-year, $86 Million contract of Aroldis Chapman.

Goody, who was a sixth round pick by the Yankees in the 2012 draft, pitched in 27 games this season, giving up 15 runs, seven homers and 12 walks in 29 innings. Goody made his Major League debut with the Yankees against the Texas Rangers in 2015, where he retired a batter and gave up an earned run.


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5 Responses to Report: Yankees trade Nick Goody to Cleveland Indians

  1. Celerino says:

    The end of an era.

    • buckeyeballs says:

      pretty bad numbers , awesome at AAA. Is the gap really that big? maybe the Scranton shuttle rattles these guys-the up and down pressure can be stressful. Curious to see how he does in another place . He had no shot this year with the yanks

  2. Balt Yank says:

    He lacked control. Wonder why he was on the roster at all prior to the Rule 5 draft?

  3. Jerry says:

    Nick Goody, we hardly knew ya!

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