Dan LaTorraca

2009: The Korean-born Chan Ho Park opened the 2009 season as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies starting rotation, but was relegated to bullpen duty after recording a 7.50 ERA during his first eight appearances. Like many other pitchers that move from the rotation to the pen, Park encountered a […]

2010 Player Previews: Chan Ho Park

Curtis Granderson has a history of putting his best foot forward, and he could be using those feet in left field next season. As it turns out, he would be completely comfortable with that situation: The Yankees have a nice problem to solve, with at least two players in camp […]

Granderson Open to Playing Left

The Yankees waved goodbye to both Phil Coke and Mike Dunn this offseason, two of the more promising left-handed relievers the farm system had produced in many years. Coke posted a reasonable 4.50 ERA and held left-handed batters to a .195 AVG in 60 innings while Dunn posted an impressive […]

Looking at the Lefties

From ChicagoBreakingSports.com: No word on whether he’s throwing a ball or a towel, but 29-year-old former Cubs ace Mark Prior is pitching off a mound in California, according to his agent, working his way back from his second right-shoulder surgery. “Mark has been through so many timelines, at this point […]

This is Why the Yankees Babied Joba

Last week, the Yankees simultaneously added outfield depth and shut the door on Johnny Damon by signing the 36 year-old Randy Winn to a one-year, $2 million deal. Prior to signing Winn, the Yankees had been linked to Rocco Baldelli, Jim Edmonds, Jermaine Dye and Reed Johnson, who signed with […]

Winning With Winn