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Tag Archives: Curtis Granderson
Curtis Granderson is annoying. As a man, he seems like one of the nicest, most well spoken guys in the league. But as a baseball player, he’s more frustrating than a blown save or stranding runners in scoring position with less than two outs. For the last season and a half, Granderson has become an “all ...
Yankees fans are starting to turn on Curtis Granderson and it's not exactly hard to see why. His numbers are down from a year ago, his defense has taken a big hit, and Alex Rodriguez is on the DL (that last one is supposed to be a joke). Granderson played one of the better seasons a ...
Over the past couple of days Yankees fans have seen a lineup that featured Curtis Granderson and not Derek Jeter batting leadoff and it appears that, at least against righties, this is something that we should expect until further notice. "You look at him against righthanders, and his on-base percentage is one of the highest on ...
It has been a longstanding policy that the Yankees do not offer contract extensions before a player's old deal is up, but Brian Cashman told reporters on Sunday that they are considering breaking that policy and will discuss extensions with Robinson Cano and Curtis Granderson this winter. The Yankees are trying to get their payroll under ...
One of the biggest potential free agent pitchers of this offseason, Cole Hamels, is currently negotiating a contract extension with the Phillies, according to Jim Salisbury of CSNPhilly.com. Salisbury reports that the Phillies are likely willing to offer up to $24 million per year that it would take to keep Hamels off the free agent market, ...
The Yankees will be well represented at the 2012 All-Star Game in Kansas City this year as Robinson Cano, Curtis Granderson, and Derek Jeter were all elected by the fans to the starting lineup and CC Sabathia was chosen as one of the pitchers. Unfortunately it doesn't seem likely that CC will pitch in the Midsummer ...
Since the Yankees 10 game winning streak, they have dropped three games in a row and the rotation that carried them for the past month is suddenly struggling. Here is the recap and graph from last night. Here is what the Yankees blogosphere is talking about recently. • Pinstripe Alley got a chance to interview both Mason ...
Because of stiffer luxury tax penalties in the new collective bargaining agreement, the Yankees are trying to reduce payroll to $189 million by the 2014 season. To do that, the Yankees will be faced with a strict budget closer to the norm in regular baseball and that means hard choices. Two of those choices sound like ...
In typical Yankees fashion, a flip of the calendar from one month to the other means a complete 180 degree turn in the team’s play. After a month where the Yankees went just 17-14, lost three games in a row three different times, and seemingly went one-for-a billion with runners in scoring position, June has ...
There are some things a man just knows. Old people (37 years and beyond) can’t play baseball, can’t hit for average, and can’t rank in the top ten in any offensive category (except maybe strike-outs). There is an inverse relationship between the amount of tattoos on a pitcher’s throwing arm and his ERA. Hitting with ...