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The Yankees have non-tendered three players tonight: Jayson Nix, Matt Daley and David Adams. Jayson Nix and Matt Daley weren't much of a shock. The Yankees recently signed Brendan Ryan so Nix was pushed out of the picture while Daley didn't have much of a chance to stick on the roster. I was expecting the ...
Everything was looking great for the New York Yankees. Andy Pettitte finished six strong innings of three run ball, leaving with a five run lead in hopes that he would get his 11th win of the season and his 21st career win over the Boston Red Sox. Instead, Phil Hughes, Boone Logan, Preston Claiborne and ...
Ever since the 2009 season, it's been the same song and dance for Andy Pettitte: trying to decide whether he's going to retire or if he's going to play another year. Fans thought that Andy was going to hang up his cleats for good when he retired after the 2010 season. Even Pettitte thought that ...
They Yankees announced their list of non-roster 27 players who are on minor league contracts and will be invited to spring training, via Mike Ashmore. Those 27 players plus everyone on the 40-man roster means that there will be 67 players in spring training. The most notable among these are Bill Hall and Russell Branyan because ...