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Tag Archives: Curtis Granderson
The Yankees will be without Curtis Granderson for at least 10 weeks after he broke his right forearm when he was hit by a J.A. Happ pitch during his first at bat against the Blue Jays on Sunday. People like to get on Granderson for his low batting average and high strikeout rate, but he's a ...
Today is the last day of Spring Training before they start games. • Even with Phil Hughes' back injury, the Yankees have no interest in Kyle Lohse. • Brett Gardner and Curtis Granderson will play both center and left field this spring. • Mariano Rivera faced hitters for the first time since surgery yesterday. • Minor leaguers Melky Mesa (Team DR), Juan Cedeno ...
Games begin Saturday. David Phelps starts. Adam Warren goes on Sunday during the first televised game. • Phil Hughes could miss up to a week with upper back stiffness. • Hal Steinbrenner said the Yankees are "willing to consider a significant long-term contract" to keep Robinson Cano. • Alex Rodriguez's name has been referenced yet again in Biogenesis papers. • Mark Teixeira will ...
Yankees manager Joe Girardi met with reporters yesterday and went over quite a few topics. Here is the run down via Chad Jennings of the Journal News: • On the offense: Girardi explains that the Yankees offense will rely on speed more rather than the home runs as they've done in recent years. • On the Brett ...
This is the final year of Curtis Granderson's contract, but if it were up to him he would sign an extension to stay with the Yankees long-term, according to Anthony McCarron of the NY Daily News. More guaranteed money? Of course. Granderson even admits as much saying, "I'd be a fool not to (want an extension)." While ...
The Yankees lost quite a bit of offense this offseason and will be without Alex Rodriguez for at least the first two months of next season. The offseason isn't over, but Brian Cashman has a tough job ahead of him in filling four positions on a limited budget. Perhaps instead of looking to replace the bats ...
Andrew Marchand of ESPNNewYork.com passed along a rumor this morning that the Yankees were listening to offers for Curtis Granderson, Phil Hughes, and Ivan Nova. This really isn't news as the rumor that they were open to trading Granderson and Hughes was making the rounds just two days ago, but it is the first time that ...
The Yankees have been trying to fill holes at behind the plate, in right field, third base, and DH and they might have to get creative to do it. Which brings us to Curtis Granderson. According to Mark Feinsand of the NY Daily News, the Yankees have been shopping Granderson since the beginning of November ...
The Yankees have to fill positions in right field, catcher, third base, and DH and since they have a limited budget it's likely going to take some creativity to figure out exactly how to do it -- that's where Curtis Granderson and Phil Hughes come in. Both players will be free agents after the 2013 season ...
Curtis Granderson finished dead last among all center fielders with a negative-17.8 UZR this season. Even if you don't believe that he was the worst center fielder in baseball, anybody paying attention could see that he consistently took bad routes, got late jumps, and cost the Yankees quite a bit of runs with his poor ...