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Tag Archives: Chan Ho Park
Wondering why Chan Ho Park didn't pitch well on opening day only to pitch three dominant innings just a couple of days later? Apparently it was all that diarrhea he had. Gross I know, watch this funny video:
Fresh off taking the opening series against the Red Sox, the Yankees (2-1) are going to face the Tampa Bay Rays (2-1) at Tropicana Field. The main storyline of this game is the return of Javier Vazquez. Many fans remember his terrible 2nd half in 2004 and thought that he simply was not meant to ...
A hard-throwing righty, Kevin Whelan began his professional career in the Detroit Tigers organization. Drafted in the fourth round of the 2005 draft, the Texas A & M product and college catcher was sent to the Yankees with pitchers Anthony Claggett and Humberto Sanchez in exchange for outfielder Gary Sheffield. Whelan spent much of 2007 ...
According to Jack Curry and Sam Borden, the Yankees have traded reliever Edwar Ramirez to the Texas Rangers for cash considerations. Ramirez was designated for assignment when the club signed right-hander Chan Ho Park last week. Ramirez, 28, posted a 5.73 ERA and a uncharacteristic 1.22 K/BB ration in 22 innings for the Yankees before a ...
Here is a photo of Chan Ho Park, who arrived in camp yesterday after his one-year $1.2 million contract was finally made official. He also spoke with reporters about becoming a Yankee even though he had a better offer from the Phillies and also had an offer from the Washington Nationals. Here are some quotes from his ...
2009: The Korean-born Chan Ho Park opened the 2009 season as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies starting rotation, but was relegated to bullpen duty after recording a 7.50 ERA during his first eight appearances. Like many other pitchers that move from the rotation to the pen, Park encountered a spike in fastball velocity; this ...
According to Joel Sherman of the NY Post, pitcher Chan Ho Park, who recently signed a one-year deal with the Yankees, is set to take his physical today and could report to camp as early as tomorrow. Once the deal is official, the Yankees will have to make room for him on the 40-man roster, which ...
Although their names had been linked in the days prior to the Yankees' signing of Chan Ho Park, I was a little surprised to see that they actually completed a deal. What can the Yankees expect out of Chan Ho Park as a reliever? Can he be used in a set-up role? Was this entire article ...