Tag Archives: Ben Sheets

Mixed Reactions on Red Sox Rotation (With Sheets Update)

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 ...

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Yankees Eyeing Sheets, Duchscherer

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 ...

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Ben Sheets Yankees Rumors

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According to Joel Sherman of the NY Post, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman will meet with Ben Sheet's agent Casey Close (also Derek Jeter's agent) to discuss the pitcher coming to the Bronx. He's expected to meet with Omar Minaya of the Mets and other general managers too so don't read that much into this. Cashman ...

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Why They Don’t Fit, Part Two

On Tuesday, Rob wrote an article about some buy low starting pitchers the Yankees could take a look at. Being the absolute grouch that I am, I thought I’d say (again) why so-and-so doesn’t fit for the Yankees. Rich Harden is a solid pitcher. He has a career 3.39 ERA, which comes in as a 131 ...

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Yankees Could Sign Rich Harden, Ben Sheets, or Erik Bedard

The Yankees went into the 2009 season very comfortable with a rotation that included Joba Chamberlain, but a disappointing stretch with a 2-4 record and a 7.69 ERA to end the season the Yankees aren’t as certain going into 2010. There isn’t even much confidence in Phil Hughes after his poor performance in the playoffs. That ...

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