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Tag Archives: Hiroki Kuroda
The Yankees may be in danger of losing Hiroki Kuroda as he apparently prefers to pitch in Southern California, which is close to his daughters' schools, over pitching in the Bronx or Japan, according to Mark Saxon of ESPNLosAngeles.com. At this point it's hard to believe every rumor coming out about Kuroda. We've heard that he prefers a ...
The Yankees are negotiating with Hiroki Kuroda on a one-year deal, but the Angels have now joined the Red Sox, the Dodgers, and the Hiroshima Carp as teams who are also vying for his services, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. The Angels have lost three starters already this offseason, Dan Haren, Ervin Santana, and ...
The Yankees had to wait until yesterday to find out that Nick Swisher, Hiroki Kuroda, and Rafael Soriano turned down their qualifying offers and they will now begin to negotiate with free agents with a better idea of how much financial flexibility they will have. They are expected to continue to negotiate with Kuroda and Soriano, ...
Nick Swisher and Rafael Soriano have officially rejected their $13.3 million qualifying offers they got from the Yankees, according to Mark Feinsand of the NY Daily News. Hiroki Kuroda has not yet rejected his offer, but he is expected to by the 5:00 p.m. deadline. The Yankees will get sandwich picks between the 1st and 2nd ...
It's looking like Hiroki Kuroda is receiving quite a bit of attention this offseason. The Red Sox are among rumors and he is said to be the top choice for the Dodgers. With the talk of multi-year offers abound, Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe says that Kuroda would only take a one-year offer if it ...
Update: So it turns out that the rumor that Kuroda is choosing between the Yankees and going back to Japan is false. At least if you believe Dan Barbarisi of the Wall Street Journal, who reports that a person close to Kuroda said that if he doesn't accept the Yankees qualifying offer that he will be ...
The other day we found out that Hiroki Kuroda wants to play at least one more season in Japan before he retires. The latest is that he will choose between re-signing with the Yankees or a deal with the Hiroshima Carp next season, according to David Lennon of Newsday. If that's true it's pretty good news ...
The Yankees couldn't have been more happy with the season Hiroki Kuroda had for them this year and have extended him a $13.3 million qualifying offer to bring him back. Hopefully he'll take it, but there is a chance the Dodgers could get involved and then there is Japan to worry about too. “I think he ...
The deadline for teams to make qualifying offers of at least $13.3 million for their free agents was 5:00 p.m. this evening and the Yankees made offers to three players -- Rafael Soriano, Hiroki Kuroda, and Nick Swisher, according to Danny Knobler of CBS Sports. Soriano and Swisher are expected to reject their offers while Kuroda ...
Hiroki Kuroda was one of the best free agent pickups in all of baseball a year ago, but the Yankees would likely be hesitant to re-sign him if he wanted a multi-year deal this offseason because of their desire to get payroll under $189 million by 2014. However that won't be a problem because Kuroda is reportedly content ...