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The Yankees signed Pedro Feliciano last offseason to be the second lefty to pair with reliever Boone Logan in the bullpen. Unfortunately a shoulder injury kept him off the field and now they are once again looking for that elusive second lefty. Here is a look at the free agent market for left handed relievers: Mike Gonzalez ...
Via Bruce Levine of ESPN Chicago: The New York Yankees have three scouts watching the Washington Nationals and Chicago Cubs as they look for bullpen and hitting help. It appears the Yankees may have some interest in Cubs left-handed reliever John Grabow as well as hitters such as Aramis Ramirez and Alfonso Soriano. When ...
With the trade deadline drawing nearer and the Yankees targeting bullpen help it seemed like a good idea to take a look at some relievers they could be interested in. Francisco Rodriguez - (RHP, Mets, 2011 ERA: 3.25): Not a fan favorite among Yankee fans, but he continues to be one of the more effective ...