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Bronx Baseball Daily welcomes Eric Favaloro, who will write a regular weekly column this season focusing on a team or teams around baseball. Exploring other teams in depth has been something that I've wanted to do on Bronx Baseball Daily for a while now so I'm excited Eric is joining us. Please enjoy his article ...
Via Joel Sherman of the NY Post: [The Yankees] do not believe there will be any way to upgrade the front of the rotation before the season. So they will consider back-end alternatives with an eye on endure until better options arise. They are still considering free agents such as Justin Duchscherer and Jeremy ...
Pitchers and catchers will report to spring training in less than three week meaning that the offseason is nearly over. From our look at the Yankees potential 25 man roster yesterday we know that they are almost entirely set too. There are free agents still available though and there are no nails in this offseason's coffin ...
Via Jack Curry of the YES Network: The Yankees are still monitoring the very thin starting pitcher market, but don't expect them to sign Jeremy Bonderman. This seems like it is for the best. There are a lot of injury risk starters on the market this winter, Bonderman being one of them, but at least most ...
The Yankees have been scouring the market for a starting pitcher, but so far that search has turned up a lot of bad pitchers. Apparently they are looking into another - Jeremy Bonderman, according to Jon Paul Morosi of Fox Sports. Bonderman, 28, has spent his entire career with the Detroit Tigers. His career ERA+ ...