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Tag Archives: David Cone
Rays-fans are an interesting species within the baseball world. His hate for the Yankees is so great that he will pay premium prices to see them, then not show up at the “Trop” for the rest of the season. When the Yankees defeat his beloved Rays, its because of the Yankees' huge payroll. When the ...
Baseball announcers can sometimes be like a part of your team. We spend so much time listening to their descriptions and accounts of the game, their opinions and their stories that we equate their voices with the team on the field. The team may change from season to season, but many announcers are there in ...
Known as a "hired gun" he had a 20-3 record one season, won a Cy Young, helped Canada win a World Series title, and helped another franchise to its first World Series title in 18 years. He also pitched a perfect game and now works as a broadcaster. David Cone started his career in 1986 for ...
Three big time Yankees are making their Old Timer's Day debut: Bernie Williams, Joe Torre and Lou Piniella. Gene Monathan is throwing out the first pitch. I'm most looking forward to Strawberry and Fielder of course. They are two favorites of mine. Who are you most looking forward to? Former Yankees who will be in attendance: Luis Arroyo Jesse ...
Via Joel Sherman of the NY Daily News: Saw David Cone at BAT Dinner. Says he is going back to do 25 games on YES. This is great news. I loved hearing David Cone when he did broadcasts in the past and it was a shame that he left last year. Not only is he funny in ...
The Yankees announced that they have fired their pitching coach Dave Eiland yesterday, but left us with know idea of whom they would hire to replace him. Here is a mostly random list of 10 potential replacements that the Yankees could hire (these are not rumors, just pure speculation): Mike Harkey - Worked was manager Joe Girardi's ...
Peter Menking has done a terrific job breaking down the current rotation, including today’s post on Joba Chamberlain, to provide readers with a good glimpse into what they may expect from a strong 2010 rotation. In turn, I figured a look back at last year’s championship staff would allow a worthwhile comparison between last ...
David Cone was always one of my favorite pitchers. I loved his style, his flair, and his attitude as he picked apart opposing lineups with his nasty slider and many arm angles. When he left the Yankees it was with mixed emotions. His time was clearly past, but I would never forget all the glory he ...
December 21, 1995 - After hearing of an offer from the Baltimore Orioles, Yankees owner George Steinbrenner decides to stop fooling around with righty David Cone and signs him for 3-years and $18 million. The deal couldn't have worked out better for the Yankees especially considering the fact that Cone missed most of '96 with an ...