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Tag Archives: Alfredo Aceves
The fracture sustained by Curtis Granderson in his first at-bat of the spring is certainly a huge blow to a Yankee offense that, according to Joe Girardi, already had to “find different ways to score runs.” While no team likes to see its players get injured, it can be argued that if an injury is going ...
Since returning from the DL, Mark Teixeira played in three games against the Red Sox and he went 1-for-12. That one was a home run off former Yankee and current Red Sox malcontent Alfredo Aceves. As it turns out, Teixeira thinks that Aceves might have been making it easy on him by throwing him only changeups ...
Via Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe: "I offered [Alfredo Aceves] a minor league contract, that was it. I wasn't going to do anything more than that," said the GM. "Because of the back issue, we could not give him [a Major League contract]. He was throwing off the mound for us and he always ...
Via Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe: This just in: the Red Sox have signed Alfredo Aceves to a Major League deal. This stings. Aceves was great for the Yankees in 2009. He pitched 84 innings in 43 games with a 3.54 ERA and a 10-1 record. He missed most of 2010 with a back injury and ...
Via Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe: The Red Sox are looking into Aceves, who was shut down by the Yankees May 8 after hurting his back. Aceves is 14-1 in his career, including 10-1 in 2009 with the Yankees. He was 3-0 last season until his back injury flared up. He would be an injury ...
Pitchers and catchers will report to spring training in less than three week meaning that the offseason is nearly over. From our look at the Yankees potential 25 man roster yesterday we know that they are almost entirely set too. There are free agents still available though and there are no nails in this offseason's coffin ...
The Yankees non-tendered right handed reliever Alfredo Aceves last week, but it had more to do with his health coming off surgery than his skills. Now we hear the Yankees are looking at trying to bring him back on a minor league deal, but they will have competition. Via Joel Sherman of the NY Post: Yankees ...
Via George King of the NY Post: The Yankees will have an interest in Alfredo Aceves and Dustin Moseley as free agents after not tendering the right-handed pitchers contracts by last night's deadline. There is no guarantee, however, either will be available. From what it sounds like, the Yankees only non-tendered these pitchers in order ...
Tonight was the deadline to offer arbitration to players without contracts or to release them as free agents. The Yankees released pitchers Dustin Moseley and Alfredo Aceves, according to Mark Feinsand of the NY Daily News. It wasn't much of a surprise that Moseley, 28, was non-tendered after they re-signed RHP Sergio Mitre yesterday. They could ...
The Yankees announced that a couple of their players, Brett Gardner and Alfredo Aceves, are undergoing surgery this week. Aceves had surgery yesterday to repair his left clavicle that he injured in a bike accident in Mexico. He'll need three full months of rehab, but should be ready to go by the start of ...