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Tag Archives: 2010 Player Previews
2009: David Robertson was called up on April 16th, 2009 before the Yankees 1st series in the New Yankee Stadium and saw some action in a 10-2 loss (2IP 2 Hits 3 Ks), but all Robertson was really expected to be was a clean up guy who would come in during blowout wins or losses ...
2009: In 2009 Francisco Cervelli was undoubtedly the Yankees regular season MVP, ok so he wasn't MVP but he was a fan favorite. Every season the Yankees fans adopt a rookie who they fall for and treat like gold no matter how he performs and this past year that guy was definitely Cervelli. Francisco got ...
**NOTE**- This article is an updated version of my previous article "Álex Rodríguez Set for a “Down” Season?", which gave a projection on A-Rods 2010 season. 2009: Going into the 2009 season Álex Rodríguez had two procedures on his hip the, first was to drain a cyst in his hip while the second was to repair ...
For the past couple of weeks we've been looking back at how the players performed in 2009 and trying to predict how they are going to do in the upcoming season as part of our Player Previews. Here is a list of players already previewed: Catchers Jorge Posada Infielders Mark Teixeira Robinson Cano Derek Jeter Outfielders Nick Swisher Pitchers CC Sabathia AJ Burnett Andy Pettitte Javier Vazquez We're not done ...