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Tag Archives: David Huff
After a 3-1 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies at George M. Steinbrenner Field, the Yankees are boarding a bus and taking a 50 minute drive to Bradenton, where they'll face the Pittsburgh Pirates in a Spring Training match-up. Esmil Rogers is slated to start for the Yankees and Francisco Liriano takes the hill for the ...
When the offseason began, the Yankees bullpen wasn't the biggest issue--their biggest issue was the rotation, replacing Derek Jeter and finding a new third basemen. But somehow, while in the midst of filling the obvious holes, the Yankees also managed to subtly rebuild the bullpen. The only reliever that became a free agent during the 2014 ...
While the Yankees haven't made a splashy signing--and judging by Brian Cashman's actions, they don't seem to be taking that course of action this offseason--they have been busy. It hasn't been the busy Yankees fans were hoping for, but the roster has been reconstructed of some sort. With Christmas coming up and the Yankees anticipating ...
After the Yankees were almost non-existent last week, they showed signs of life, making a trade and signing a big name arm off the free agent market. The Yankees also confirmed they wouldn't trade one of their bats away, they made a few non-tender moves and they're slowing down the pursuit of their former third ...
While the non-tender deadline behind us, Major League Baseball gained a new batch of free agents, and it's possible some of those free agents could help the Yankees fill some holes as they prepare for the 2015 season. So which five players could help the Yankees? David Huff: I know the Yankees were the ones who non-tendered Huff, ...
The Yankees announced late last night that they have non-tendered David Huff, Slade Heathcott and Jose Campos. The move of the Yankees non-tendering Huff and tendering Esmil Rogers was quite a shocker, but it was also surprising the Yankees let Heathcott and Campos become free agents as well. Two years ago, both Heathcott and Campos were among ...
The Yankees have until this afternoon to make a decision on whom they're going to tender. However, they have two candidates that could end up being non tendered for different reasons: Esmil Rogers and David Huff. The decision to non-tender Rogers could be a money issue. The Yankees like Rogers's arm and he was decent for ...
This morning, the Yankees made headlines when they said they were interested in Andrew Miller, but the Yankees aren't the only team going after the free agent reliever. According to Buster Olney, the Los Angeles Dodgers were also in on Miller. In my opinion, I believe the Yankees are expressing interest in Miller either to negotiate ...