Tag Archives: Jayson Werth

Trade of Vazquez for Werth Makes Sense; Could Help Land Lee

Mike Axisa of River Ave Blues came up with a crazy idea for a trade that I don’t think is so crazy: Javier Vazquez to the Phillies for Jayson Werth. Furthermore, the trade would open up a spot in the rotation for the Yankees to land Cliff Lee. It all started with these (two) tweets from ...

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Best of the Week from the Yankees Blogosphere

The Yankees jumped out to a 7-0 lead in today's game before rain ended things. Damaso Marte got the start, that's right, and Mariano Rivera pitched the second inning. Andy Pettitte, who has only pitched in one official spring training game thanks to rain, had his outing cut short after pitching just one inning. He ...

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Hit and Run: Jayson Werth, Another Cut, Rings, and Feds

Joba Chamberlain got his first taste of action as a reliever this spring. He had a save in today's 2-1 win over the Detroit Tigers. Here is some other news on a nice Saturday afternoon: The Yankees may have an inside track on signing outfielder Jayson Werth next season thanks to Reggie Jackson's relationship with his ...

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Best from Around the Yankees Blogosphere

It's that time of the week when I point out some of the best from around the Yankees blogosphere because even though I'd like to believe people only read Bronx Baseball Daily, there are other great blogs out there. So I'll take a couple of minutes to point out some of the best from the ...

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Watch for Werth in World Series

Jayson Werth

Everyone knows Chase Utley, Ryan Howard, Cliff Lee, Raul Ibanez, and Cole Hamels. However, there’s one player who really burst onto the scene this year: Jayson Werth. Werth, the Phillies’ right fielder, is of a baseball pedigree. Both his stepfather Dennis Werth, his grandfather Dick Schofield, and uncle (also) Dick Schofield. This year, Werth made ...

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