Tag Archives: Eric Chavez

How did the Yankees respond to the last Red Sox mega-moves?

This isn’t the first time in Yankees/Red Sox history where the Red Sox would make a flashy offseason move only to wait for the Yankees to counterattack. In fact, it last happened in 2011 when the Red Sox traded away Adrian … Continue reading

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A week in review: Baseball America, Bird, Chavez, Ibanez, Robertson, Rodriguez, Romine, Taveras, World Series

It’s the first official week of the offseason! 121 players became free agents, champions were crowned, the Yankees hired a familiar face to be a scout and Major League Baseball grieved one of their own. So without further ado ladies … Continue reading

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Report: Yankees hire Eric Chavez as special assignment scout

Eric Chavez is back…but he’s not here to play baseball! According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, the team hired Eric Chavez to be a special assignment scout to the team. Chavez retired earlier this year but had made it … Continue reading

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Former Yankees Transitioning into New Roles, Teams

With the Yankees currently in Cleveland for a four-game series, players and fans alike were able to get an up-close look at Nick Swisher donning an Indians uniform in Monday’s 11-6 win over the Tribe.  Swisher, now the starting first … Continue reading

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