Tag Archives: Melky Cabrera

Now With Granderson Aboard, What Should Be Done Regarding Damon, DH

The Yankees acquired OF Curtis Granderson yesterday in the 3-team deal.   Granderson's addition that as of now they have four outfielders: Granderson, Nick Swisher, Brett Gardner, and Melky Cabrera.  In the perfect world, this is what the Yankees should do. First of all, they should tell Curtis Granderson that he is playing left field.  Brett ...

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Yankee Rumor Roundup or Fun with Twitter


Today was the first day of the Winter Meetings and there was no lack of rumors to be had. At one point I read a report that had both Curtis Granderson and Edwin Jackson on their way to the Bronx and just minutes after Jackson was supposedly on his way to Citi Field to play ...

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Cameron No Longer an Option?


Word on the "street" is that Mike Cameron is close to signing a multi-year deal with the Chicago Cubs (h/t RAB). While this is good for Cameron and the Cubs, it is not good for the Yankees. Cameron was a possible option for the Yankees' 2010 outfield and now it appears the Yankees will not ...

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Ramiro Pena Replaces Melky on WS Roster

According to Sam Borden of the Journal News, the Yankees have removed the injured Melky Cabrera from their World Series roster and have replaced him with utility infielder Ramiro Pena. This move actually comes as some surprise as it seemed that both Freddy Guzman and Francisco Cervelli were more likely to be added. Chad Jennings had ...

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Melky Could Miss Rest of WS with Strained Hamstring


When Melky Cabrera grounded out to end the top of the 6th inning last night he clutched at his left leg as he ran down the bases apparently after straining his left hamstring according to Chad Jennings of the Journal News. Now Melky’s status is in question as he is undergoing tests to determine whether it ...

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Some Observations from Game Four

This post isn’t really going to be anything special, just some random tidbits I picked up on last night that I’d like to share with you: 1. Melky Cabrera wiggles his top hand’s index finger while batting right handed and his bottom hand’s index finger while batting lefty. Both times, that’s his right hand. I’ve probably ...

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Let’s Not Get Carried Away: Plenty of Blame to Go Around

Before Yankee fans kidnap Joe Girardi and plunder his home, I think we need to stop and take a look at what Joe Girardi does well: -  Throughout the season, despite his tendency for making a frustrating number of pitching changes, Girardi consistently put his relievers in a position to succeed and kept all of them ...

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Outfielders Will Need to Step it Up in ALCS

The Yankees’ win in the ALDS over the Twins is obviously in the forefront of my baseball mind, followed closely by the awesomeness that is Alex Rodriguez. However, there is something about this series that was very troubling that wasn’t much of a problem during the regular season: the offense from the outfield. Johnny Damon, despite ...

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