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Report: Yankees non-tender David Huff, Slade Heathcott and Jose Campos

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The Yankees announced late last night that they have non-tendered David Huff, Slade Heathcott and Jose Campos. The move of the Yankees non-tendering Huff and tendering Esmil Rogers was quite a shocker, but it was also surprising the Yankees let Heathcott and Campos become free agents as well. Two years ago, both Heathcott and Campos were among ...

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Francisco Cervelli could return to Yankees tomorrow

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If you're going to watch tonight's game on YES, take a good look at John Ryan Murphy because tomorrow, he might not be here. Francisco Cervelli is eligible to come off the disabled list on Friday and unless the Yankees plan on designating either Alfonso Soriano or Kelly Johnson for assignment, the logical move would be ...

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With fifth starter competition over on Tuesday, all signs point to Pineda

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Spring Training is usually a time of year where pitchers and position players sharpen their skills before the regular season, along with competitions for various open spots on the team. While most competitions this spring usually have to do with a backup role, the competition to watch in Yankees camp was who was going to ...

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Spring Training: Day 9 Notes

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Well, today was an eventful day, wasn't it? Photo day, injury reports and now the signing of Andrew Bailey. To end an eventful day, here's some notes from camp: -- Tyler Austin's wrist had been bothering him, and it turns out it had been going on for a week. He had discomfort earlier this week and ...

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Yankees minor league system leaves uncertainty

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There was once a time where the Yankees had the "Killer B's", three pitchers that seemed to have a bright and destined future in the Yankees organization. There was also a time where the Yankees #1 prospect was Jesus Montero, a catcher that was imagined to be the heir to Jorge Posada's throne. Fast-forward to ...

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Jesus Montero demoted as Michael Pineda, finally, gets close to return

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Jesus Montero made a big splash when he joined the Yankees for 18 games in 2011 and hit .328/.406/.590. That's why it was so hard to see him traded for a pitcher who almost immediately landed on the DL with a major injury almost immediately. However, in the year and a half since Michael Pineda went ...

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Yankees face Opening Day dilemma behind the plate

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Bronx Baseball Daily is lucky enough to welcome its second new writer in less than a week, Elizabeth Finn. She will write regular pieces on the Yankees for us this season. Her first piece is a good one on the Yankees recent catching situation that I'm sure we'll all enjoy and have a good time ...

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Across the AL: An Early Look at the Seattle Mariners

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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 ...

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