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The Yankees 25-man roster started to really take shape yesterday when Ken Rosenthal broke the news that they have released outfielder/first baseman Juan Rivera. That seems to indicate that the Yankees will go with Lyle Overbay at their first baseman. Brian Cashman also told Joel Sherman that Brennan Boesch will make the team as well. I think ...
With the injuries piling up, Yankees GM Brian Cashman decided he would try to get a little creative to fill some spots so he called some retired players to gauge their interest. Chipper Jones and Scott Rolen quickly rejected any idea that they might come out of retirement, but Derrek Lee was at least considering it. Lee is ...
The Yankees lost to the Cardinals 7-6 yesterday. • Derek Jeter has been cleared for full baseball activities and should be in a game soon. • Add another to the pile, Clay Rapada has been shut down 7-10 days with bursitis in his left shoulder. • Phil Hughes (back) felt good after long toss yesterday and will throw a bullpen on ...
The Yankees released their new numbers. With 84 players in camp, retired numbers, soon to be retired numbers, and coaches there was a chance they would go to triple digits. Unfortunately they just doubled up on a few players. Here are the notable new numbers: • No. 22 - Matt Diaz, No. 27 - Dan Johnson, No. 33 - Travis ...
The Yankees will have 83 players in camp when Spring Training starts. In order to try to narrow down who could start the season in the Bronx and who might start in Scranton it is helpful to know which players have options left. So a big thanks to Chad Jennings of the Journal News for ...
The Yankees may have signed Juan Rivera and Matt Diaz and missed out on Scott Hairston, but they are still on the look out for more right handed hitting, GM Brian Cashman recently told Jim Bowden of ESPNxm. That's great and all, but there really isn't much left on the market. Perhaps Cashman means he's still looking ...
The Yankees have officially announced their list of non-roster invites to spring training with few surprises this week. Among the list is the obvious veterans on minor league deals: Matt Diaz, Juan Rivera, Dan Johnson, Bobby Wilson, and Thomas Neal with a list of minor leaguers that will get a chance to see what big ...
The Yankees have another right handed hitting outfielder to try out for their backup spot during spring training as they have signed Juan Rivera to a one-year, minor league contract, according to Andrew Marchand of ESPNNewYork.com. Rivera, 34, was limited to just 109 games last season because of groin injuries and hit just .244/.286/.375 and a ...
We're just about three weeks away from the time pitchers and catchers report to spring training, but moves are still being made. The Rays made a big splash yesterday by signing 2004 World Series heroes Johnny Damon and Manny Ramirez presumably to play left field and DH respectively. At this point in their careers ...