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Tag Archives: Max Scherzer
Transaction wise, it was a pretty quiet week for the Yankees, but a former Yankee did head elsewhere, Alex Rodriguez is still working out as Spring Training begins next month and Max Scherzer is finally off the board--but he won't be in Yankees pinstripes. Here is your week in review. -- For the last two seasons, ...
Yesterday, we glanced at what David Carpenter did in his last two seasons and what we could expect from him during the 2015 campaign. Today, we're moving back to the starting rotation and talking about another player the Yankees acquired via trade this offseason, Nathan Eovaldi. When the Yankees needed starting pitching for the rotation, they ...
This morning, Max Scherzer shocked Major League Baseball when he signed a seven-year, $210 Million (half-deferred) deal with the Washington Nationals, ending the Scherzer in Yankee pinstripes pipe dream. Truth be told: the Yankees were never in the Max Scherzer sweepstakes to begin with. Scherzer's price from the beginning was just over $200 Million and the Yankees ...
UPDATE: Scherzer will end up getting a seven-year, $210 million deal that includes a $50 million signing bonus and it will be paid over 14 years, according to Ken Rosenthal and Jeff Passan. Ladies and gentlemen: Max Scherzer has come off the free agent market. According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, the Washington Nationals and Scherzer have ...
While attending the Major League Baseball quarterly owners' meeting in Arizona yesterday, Hal Steinbrenner commented on the Yankees bullpen, the return of Alex Rodriguez, their waning interest in signing Max Scherzer (or any other big name free agent) and the rotation. He also chimed in on the progress they have made as a ball club this ...
One of the shiniest toys on the free agent market is Max Scherzer--and although Spring Training begins next month, Scherzer has yet to sign with a team. While it's every Yankees fans dream to have Scherzer in pinstripes, the Yankees aren't interested and have made it a point they're going to stay away from the big ...
The last two weeks were a breather from the Hot Stove news, but now that the holiday's are over, it's time for the Yankees to get back to work. Of course, that didn't stop them from making headlines when they made the first trade of 2015. But while the Yankees came out of the gate ...
If there was one word to describe the 2014 season aside from Derek Jeter's retirement tour, it would have to be "disappointment". The 2014 season was heartbreaking on many levels: Mark Teixeira and Carlos Beltran were constantly hurt, Brian McCann didn't hit to his potential for the first four months of the season, the rotation ...