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- SS Didi Gregorius acquired in 3-team trade
- Prado and Phelps traded for Eovaldi and Jones
- Cervelli traded to Pirates for LHP Wilson
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- Kelley traded to San Diego for relief prospect
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Tag Archives: Justin Duchscherer
Update: It turns out Duchscherer's base salary is just $700,000 with incentives that could make the deal worth $4.5 million. This doesn't seem like too much of a risk at all, but the Yankees never seemed to become serious players. The Yankees must have thought that he couldn't stay healthy. They either watched him pitch or ...
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 ...
Free agent starter Justin Duchscherer recently spoke with Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com. He told her that he was healthy, wants to sign with a team that will use him as a starter, and is not afraid to pitch in New York. On pitching in New York: "I find it funny that people say I can't ...
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 ...
If there is a starter on the free agent market with a questionable injury history the Yankees are apparently in on him. Well they are supposedly "stepping up their pursuit" of one questionable starter, former A's starter Justin Duchscherer according to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN. Duchscherer, 33, has suffered a myriad of injuries and even ...
We've already taken a look at left handed relief possibilities that the Yankees could sign this offseason. It is possible that the Yankees don't sign Cliff Lee this offseason thought and if that happens scrambling to find another starter will become a bigger issue. Here are the top 10 candidates the Yankees could turn to ...
Mark Feinsand is reporting Brian Cashman is looking into picking up one more starter — namely Ben Sheets or Justin Duchscherer — to allow him to move either Joba Chamberlain or Phil Hughes back to the bullpen. In regards to my poll, I believe the Yankees first order of business is picking up another ...
After two different posts about why certain players don’t make sense for and don’t fit on the 2010 Yankees, I thought I’d tackle the people I do think make sense for the Yankees moving forward. First, is Mike Cameron. I’ve already touched on this scenario so I’ll just do some quick hits as to why Cameron ...