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Across the AL: Astros’ Lucas Harrell Introduces Himself to Yankees Fans

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Quality players like Lucas Harrell – who find themselves playing quite well albeit on bad, small-market teams in cities where there isn’t much interest in baseball – are easily overlooked by most fans outside of said cities and/or teams.  Especially with pitchers, playing on a team as bad as the Astros have been in recent ...

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10 Free Agent Pitchers the Yankees Could Sign

I've done this before and it was pretty popular and the Yankees are once again in the market for starting pitching so I've identified 10 starting pitchers that are on the free agent market that they could be interested in signing. Yu Darvish (Rangers won exclusive negotiating rights)- He seems to be the favorite of some. ...

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Trade Rumors: Yankees Will Scout Bedard on Friday

He's no King Felix, but when Seattle Mariners starter Erik Bedard comes off the DL on Friday there will be a slew of scouts on hand to watch him pitch including one from the Yankees, according to Ken Rosenthal and Jon Paul Morosi of Fox Sports. Bedard has been out since June 27 with a ...

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10 Starting Pitchers the Yankees Could Trade For

Yesterday I ran through a list of 10 relievers that could potentially be available to the Yankees through a trade so I thought I would do one today on starting pitchers. So far none of these pitchers are connected to the Yankees in any rumors. This is purely my speculation that they should be available ...

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10 Starters the Yankees Can Sign if They Fail to Get Cliff Lee

We've already taken a look at left handed relief possibilities that the Yankees could sign this offseason. It is possible that the Yankees don't sign Cliff Lee this offseason thought and if that happens scrambling to find another starter will become a bigger issue. Here are the top 10 candidates the Yankees could turn to ...

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10 Free Agents Yankees Could Still Sign

Hal Steinbrenner spoke at the press conference the Yankees held yesterday to formally announce the trade for Curtis Granderson and he let it be known that while they are extremely happy getting Granderson, they weren't done. Then they immediately went out and got Nick Johnson. This morning Buster Olney reminded us that even with Johnson the ...

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Why They Don’t Fit, Part Two

On Tuesday, Rob wrote an article about some buy low starting pitchers the Yankees could take a look at. Being the absolute grouch that I am, I thought I’d say (again) why so-and-so doesn’t fit for the Yankees. Rich Harden is a solid pitcher. He has a career 3.39 ERA, which comes in as a 131 ...

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Yankees Could Sign Rich Harden, Ben Sheets, or Erik Bedard

The Yankees went into the 2009 season very comfortable with a rotation that included Joba Chamberlain, but a disappointing stretch with a 2-4 record and a 7.69 ERA to end the season the Yankees aren’t as certain going into 2010. There isn’t even much confidence in Phil Hughes after his poor performance in the playoffs. That ...

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