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Considering the fact that he was never as big a prospect as Jose Campos is, Hector Noesi was probably the smallest name involved in the blockbuster deal that swapped Jesus Montero for Michael Pineda during the offseason. Regardless of how small his name is though, Noesi was no throw in. Noesi broke in with the Yankees ...
Over the years the Yankees have received endless criticism for their development of pitchers. This criticism is based on the assumption that other teams are better at it, and that they fail to develop as many pitchers as other teams. Looking at the 150 starting pitchers in the MLB today paints a different picture. The ...
Count me among the people who thought that Brian Cashman had pulled a heist at the time of the Jesus Montero and Hector Noesi for Michael Pineda and Jose Campos deal. Hindsight is 20/20, but knowing what we know now it makes less sense. The Yankees went on to sign Hiroki Kuroda and Andy Pettitte, Noesi has ...
The Yankees went into this offseason without a lot of holes in the roster. The entire lineup was expected to return, except for Jorge Posada who was expected to be replaced by Jesus Montero. Of course Montero got traded. After all, the Yankees had a few free agents, none of them were major though, and most ...
The initial shock has worn off and I'm beginning to see the Yankees trade of Jesus Montero and Hector Noesi to the Mariners for Michael Pineda and Jose Campos as a move that certainly comes with a bit of risk, but one that the Yankees had to make. In dealing for Pineda, the Yankees got a ...
The Yankees have traded their top prospect, Jesus Montero, and one other player to the Seattle Mariners for Michael Pineda and a prospect, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. The deal also sent minor league righty Hector Noesi to Seattle and the Yankees landed 19-year-old pitching prospect Jose Campos, according to Greg Johns of MLB.com. Not sure ...
One way or another, Yankees pitcher Hector Noesi will be a starter next season even if he has to start the season in the minor leagues, according to Chad Jennings of the Journal News. “I have no intention of Noesi doing (using Noesi as a reliever) again,” Brian Cashman told Jennings. “I just think Noesi is ...
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman was discussing the rotation with Chad Jennings of the Journal News and specifically was talking about how they've been able to fill from within over the past couple of years. He used Phil Hughes in 2010 and Ivan Nova in 2011 as examples, seems he forgot Joba Chamberlain in 2009 ...
Yankees right handed pitcher Hector Noesi will be a starting pitcher for the Domincan Winter League team the Tigres de Licey, according to Kevin Golstein of Baseball Prospectus. This is a good move for Noesi's development. A starter throughout his minor league career, he debuted and played most of the 2011 season as a reliever in ...
It's a tradition that at the end of each year team's dress their rookies up in some silly get-up. There is usually a theme to it too and this year's theme was 80's musicians. So Dellin Betances and Andrew Brackman dressed up as Milli Vanilli, George Kontos as George Michaels, Hector Noesi ...