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Tag Archives: Mark Prior
It looks like the Yankees primary lefty out of the bullpen, Pedro Feliciano, will be starting the season on the DL and now they have to figure out how to set the pen in his absence. The way it was ideally going to be set up they would have had Feliciano, Mariano Rivera, Rafael ...
Via Joel Sherman of the NY Post: Instead, the Yankees signed him to a minor league deal after liking what they saw late last year. Prior is trying to make it as a reliever. Even he says he "is a realist," which means he almost certainly must go to Triple-A to prove he can stay healthy ...
Just because I wanted to be sure that a picture of Mark Prior as a Yankee was documented. This guy makes Carl Pavano look like Cal Ripken and is bound to get hurt soon. Hopefully he stays healthy enough so that we can see him in Pinstripes one day.
The Yankees continue to become the 2002 Cub by signing free agent pitcher Mark Prior to a minor league deal, according to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN. He will get a invite to spring training and will earn $750,000 if he earns a spot on the major league roster with another $750,000 in possible incentives, according ...
Via Tom Krasovic of AOL Fanhouse: It's down to the Yankees and Rangers on a minor league deal for Mark Prior. Like I wrote about Rich Harden, it appears the Yankees would like to sign some low risk-high reward types in case Andy Pettitte doesn't sign. That way they can have some guys with ...
From ChicagoBreakingSports.com: No word on whether he's throwing a ball or a towel, but 29-year-old former Cubs ace Mark Prior is pitching off a mound in California, according to his agent, working his way back from his second right-shoulder surgery. "Mark has been through so many timelines, at this point I'm almost allergic to the word," agent ...