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Tag Archives: Mark Teixeira
When the news broke that Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira hurt his wrist it was initially deemed a simple strained wrist. However, Teixeira returned to camp for the first time since the injury and told reporters that it was indeed a partially torn tendon sheath, according to Daniel Barbarisi of the Wall Street Journal. This is a ...
The Yankees have said that they expect Mark Teixeira will miss 8-10 weeks, but that very well could be on the low-end as wrist injuries are tricky. Just ask Mark DeRosa, who was chased by the Yankees when he was a free agent after the 2009 season. Back then he was a guy who could play ...
(Syndicated from Pinstripe Pundits) The Yankees were dealt a major blow for the second time in 10 days, when they learned that Mark Teixeira will be out for 8-10 weeks with a strained wrist. The news came following Curtis Granderson fracturing his forearm after being hit by pitch on February 24th. Initial news of Teixeira’s wrist barking surfaced yesterday forcing his withdrawal from ...
The Yankees lost to Robinson Cano, Vidal Nuno and Team Dominican Republic 8-2 yesterday. That, of course, was secondary news to Mark Teixeira's injury. • The Yankees will look for first AND third basemen to try to replace Teixeira. • Travis Hafner is not an option. • Jon Heyman suggested Michael Cuddyer, Justin Morneau, Carlos Pena, Casey Kotchman, Greg Dobbs, Carlos Lee, ...
The Yankees got some devastating news this afternoon as they found out that Mark Teixeira will miss at least 8-10 weeks due to a strained ECU tendon in his wrist, according to Dan Barbarisi of the Wall Street Journal. Teixeira hurt the wrist while taking BP in preparation for the WBC, although this is hardly a ...
If the goal of Spring Training is to make it out healthy, the Yankees are doing a poor job. • Mark Teixeira will skip the WBC and miss at least two weeks due to a right wrist strain. • David Robertson was scratched from yesterday's game due to arm trouble. He says he just slept on it wrong. • Long shot ...
Games begin Saturday. David Phelps starts. Adam Warren goes on Sunday during the first televised game. • Phil Hughes could miss up to a week with upper back stiffness. • Hal Steinbrenner said the Yankees are "willing to consider a significant long-term contract" to keep Robinson Cano. • Alex Rodriguez's name has been referenced yet again in Biogenesis papers. • Mark Teixeira will ...
It's no secret that Mark Teixeira's contract is getting more A-Rod-like every day. The slugger posted a 152 OPS+ in 2008, the year before becoming a Yankee. Since then that number has dropped every year from a 141 OPS+ in 2009 to 124, then 121, and finally a 116 OPS+ in 2012. That's hardly living ...
Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte was mulling over a World Baseball Classic appearance, but it looks like he won't be participating after all, according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. That leaves Mark Teixeira on Team USA, Robinson Cano on Team Dominican Republic, and Francisco Cervelli on Team Italy. There is always a risk when it comes to ...
Andy Pettitte won't be the only Yankee in the World Baseball Classic. Mark Teixeira will join him as a member of Team USA in his first ever time participating in the WBC, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. Robinson Cano and Francisco Cervelli will also play in the WBC as members of the Dominican Republic ...