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If you are unfamiliar with the free agent process, here is a quick run-down of how it works. Free agents fall into three different categories, there are type-A free agents (the best players), type-B free agents (not quite the elite), and everybody else. If a team has a type-A or B free agent and they offer them ...
In the fallout of the Yankees firing their pitching coach Dave Eiland there seems to be a fair amount of people who have labeled him a scapegoat as if he somehow deserved to stay. That isn't the case, in some ways Eiland was the biggest problem the 2010 Yankees faced. Eiland joined the team at the end ...
Via the NY Daily News: "I didn't have a great winter last year," the general manager said. "A lot of the things I wound up doing didn't benefit us as much as I wish they would. Some didn't benefit at all." Yeah, Cashman had a bad offseason. Fresh off winning the 2009 World Series, ...
Ever since Javier Vazquez made a name for himself in 2004, after giving up a grand slam to Johnny Damon in the American League Championship series, Yankee fans have dreaded the sight of the right-hander on the mound. When the Yankees traded for Vazquez in the 2009 offseason, mixed feelings were going around. He was ...
Via Bill Ladson of MLB.com: Yankees right-hander Javier Vazquez would be interested in playing on an East Coast team next season, including the Nationals, according to a baseball source close to the hurler. Vazquez has made it known over the years that he doesn't want to play for a West Coast team because he doesn't want ...
It's Thursday, that means today is the last day we have to suffer though before the Yankees start back up again. Was this long delay really necessary? Here are some notes: The Yankees have finally announced their ALCS rotation: CC Sabathia in game 1, Phil Hughes in game 2, Andy Pettitte in game 3, ...
So the Rangers finally finished off the Rays last night so the Yankees will fly over to Texas to prepare for the ALCS that will start on Friday. Here are some notes: Just a reminder, A.J. Burnett, Javier Vazquez, and Chad Gaudin will all participate in a simulated game today. The Yankees are hoping that ...
Sorry for the lack of updates, but I've got enough now to hold you over for a while. The Yankees haven't announced any roster changes yet, they are waiting until tonight's Rays/Rangers game is over to find out whom they are playing before they do that. They did play a simulated game today to stay ...
The ALDS starts tonight as the Yankees go to Minnesota to take on the Twins at 8:37. CC Sabathia gets the ball as he takes on fellow lefty Francisco Liriano in game one. Here are some notes: Joe Girardi said he has a lineup in mind for tomorrow, but is still mulling over the outfield. ...
Via the Journal News: The Yankees just sent out a release with their official roster for the ALDS. Here’s the breakdown: Pitchers: Sabathia, Pettitte, Hughes, Burnett, Mitre, Moseley, Logan, Robertson, Chamberlain, Wood, Rivera Catchers: Posada, Cervelli Infielders: Teixeira, Cano, Jeter, Rodriguez, Berkman, Pena Outfielders: Swisher, Granderson, Gardner, Thames, Kearns, Golson They also announced that Andy Pettitte will start in game ...