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Joba Has Company For 5th Starter Competition

Last season the Yankees were very comfortable with Joba Chamberlain in the rotation as the no. 5 starter, but by the end of the season Chien-Ming Wang's injury pushed him to the no. 4 spot and the Yankees saw some inconsistency with their rotation. This season they've prepared for that by trading for Javier Vazquez and ...

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Yanks Reach Deals with Gaudin and Logan Before Arbitration

The Yankees have agreed to deals with RHP Chad Gaudin and newly-acquired LHP Boone Logan before arbitration; both are one-year deals. Gaudin's deal is worth $2.95 million, an increase of nearly $1 million more than last season. He also has incentives worth $175K if he fulfills an undisclosed amount of innings this season. Logan's deal is ...

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Chad Gaudin and Boone Logan File For Arbitration

According to Anthony DiComo of MLB.com, a pair of Yankee relievers, righty Chad Gaudin and lefty Boone Logan, filed for salary arbitration yesterday. Gaudin earned $2 million last season and put up decent numbers for the Yankees, 3.43 ERA with 34 strikeouts in 42 innings, but he bounced around quite a bit last year. He initially ...

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Chien-Ming Wang Officially Non-Tendered

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According to Chad Jennings, the Yankees have officially cut ties with right-handed pitcher Chien-Ming Wang by non-tendering him late Saturday. “There’s no doubt that we had to make a tough decision,” Brian Cashman said in a statement released by the team. “We are still hopeful that our relationship can continue, but those decisions are yet to ...

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What Will the Bullpen Look Like without Bruney?

Hard throwing right handed pitcher Brian Bruney was traded to the Washington Nationals today in exchange for Washington's first pick in the upcoming Rule V Draft. With the exit of Phil Hughes from the bullpen into the rotation, the Yankee bullpen appears to have some holes. This is something with which I disagree. Starting at the ...

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Yankees World Series Rotation Up in the Air

Via John Heyman’s twitter: nothing official yet but #yanks leaning toward rotation of 1 thru 7: CC, AJ, Pettitte, CC, AJ, Pettitte, CC. I think this makes for an interesting topic of discussion. The decision to use three starters in the ALCS was a pretty easy decision. For the World Series, there is not that extra off-day ...

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Another Look at the Playoff Roster

In the beginning of the month I took a look at the possible playoff roster, but now with the Yankees clinching the playoffs, East, and best record let’s take another look to see what has changed. Yankees manager Joe Girardi has some tough roster decisions (Getty). Let’s start by looking position to position and evaluating who is ...

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Robertson Returning Soon; Guadin in Rotation

A couple of notes via Peter Abraham of the Journal News: Right handed pitcher David Robertson threw for the third time in the past week and seems ready to take the next step in his rehab from elbow pain and could be pitching by this weekend. “I really liked what I saw when he was throwing. He ...

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