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- SS Didi Gregorius acquired in 3-team trade
- Prado and Phelps traded for Eovaldi and Jones
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- Kelley traded to San Diego for relief prospect
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Author Archives: Lenny Neslin
The last bit of news pertaining to the Yankees yesterday was the announcement of the Yankees and Red Sox opening up the 2010 season on April 4, at 8 p.m. on ESPN2 at Fenway Park. That’s going to be one chilly night. Shouldn’t Yankee Stadium host the opener since the Yanks are the defending champions? Here’s another announcement ...
After watching the Red Sox pick up John Lackey yesterday, Yankees fans might be thinking it’s time to bolster the offense. Well, with Hideki Matsui agreeing to sign with the Angels and Mike Cameron agreeing with the Red Sox, there goes two players the Yankees may have been thinking about picking up. Like my post on Roy Halladay and John ...
I asked my twitter followers if they were worried about a Red Sox rotation of Josh Beckett, Jon Lester and John Lackey, and I surprisingly heard two sides to what I thought was a one-sided point. MattLorenzo – Its the best in baseball. 5States – I think they’ll be pretty good, but I ...
I was just checking out Rob Neyer’s top 100 players of “the 0’s” and I stumbled upon an awesome Yankees trivia question. By the way, Neyer ranks Alex Rodriguez second (behind Pujols) and Derek Jeter fourth (behind Bonds). So here it is: What two pitchers of the 0’s struck out over 2,000 ...
Mark Feinsand is reporting Brian Cashman is looking into picking up one more starter — namely Ben Sheets or Justin Duchscherer — to allow him to move either Joba Chamberlain or Phil Hughes back to the bullpen. In regards to my poll, I believe the Yankees first order of business is picking up another ...
Remember Ivan Nova? The righty has been in the Yankees farm system since 2006. He was close to being called up last year despite posting lousy numbers in Triple-A. Well, my bet is you will definitely be seeing Nova in pinstripes in 2010. After navigating through a part of MLB.com in Spanish, I came across his ...
A lot of rumors have surrounded Johnny Damon recently. You can thank crazed (but actually quite smart) agent Scott Boras for that. It seems Brian Cashman has had enough and is setting a soft deadline of re-signing Damon in “about two weeks.” I like the move by Cashman. It says the Yanks want to re-sign Damon ...
What I’ve feared most has finally become reality. According to Joel Sherman, the Yankees remain in the hunt for Roy Halladay “because the Blue Jays covet prospect Jesus Montero.” If you’ve been following, I’ve been saying all along that I’d approve a deal for Halladay under two conditions. The Yankees keep Montero. The Yankees deal either ...