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The 2012 free agent pool was fairly decent last offseason and, as usual, there was tons of speculation on who the Yankees would go after. Regardless, they were pretty economical in gaining assets through savvy trading (Michael Pineda), picking up cast offs (Raul Ibanez), and re-signing critical assets (CC Sabathia, Andrew Jones, Eric Chavez). It’s ...
The Angels jumped into the Albert Pujols bidding at the last second and nabbed the future Hall of Famer on a 10-year and $254 million deal, according to Tim Brown and Buster Olney. Then shortly after they finished up with Pujols they turned to C.J. Wilson and signed him to a five-year and $77.5 million deal, ...
The Yankees met with the agent for C.J. Wilson back in the middle of November and they left with both sides looking to meet again before the Winter Meetings. Now it looks like the Yankees have lost interest in what Wilson's agent has to say and has turned down his request to meet with the team ...
More and more this winter we are getting the impression that the Yankees are going to largely stand pat this offseason. Instead of their usual free spending habits, they only plan to address minor issues with the roster. Joel Sherman of the NY Post was the first to report on this idea, last week Buster Olney ...
Yesterday we heard that the Yankees believed the price for starting pitcher C.J. Wilson was too high and it didn't take long to find out why. Wilson is supposedly looking for a six-year deal worth $120 million, according to Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated. If that's the asking price for Wilson than it's easy to see ...
The Yankees have been in contact with most of the big name free agent starters so far this offseason, but we are hearing that they don't like the prices on C.J. Wilson and Edwin Jackson and are planning to wait to see if their demands drop, according to Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated. This goes along ...
The G.M. meetings are underway Milwaukee this week and reporters met up with him and got a sort of state of the offseason address. Here is what he had to say (via Chad Jennings of the Journal News): Teams have inquired about a number of current Yankees in the majors and minors. Cashman named Nick Swisher, ...
The Yankees have played down their interest in free agent starter C.J. Wilson so far this offseason, but they have already met with his agent once and have invited him to New York to meet with them again. Wilson's agent, Bob Garber, spoke with Marc Carig of the Star-Ledger and praised the Yankees "aggressiveness" when he ...
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman spoke with the agent for C.J. Wilson and Roy Oswalt over the weekend, expressing interest in both of his clients, according to Mark Feinsand of the NY Daily News. The Yankees aren't expected to go hard after either free agent, but this does two things. The first is that it helps ...
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has played down his interest in top free agent starter C.J. Wilson so far this offseason, but that won't stop him from reaching out and making contact with the lefty, according to Dan Martin of the NY Post. “We haven’t talked to him yet, but we will,” Cashman said in the ...