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Rays-fans are an interesting species within the baseball world. His hate for the Yankees is so great that he will pay premium prices to see them, then not show up at the “Trop” for the rest of the season. When the Yankees defeat his beloved Rays, its because of the Yankees' huge payroll. When the ...
With the Yankees currently in Cleveland for a four-game series, players and fans alike were able to get an up-close look at Nick Swisher donning an Indians uniform in Monday’s 11-6 win over the Tribe. Swisher, now the starting first baseman in Cleveland, went 1-3 yesterday with two walks and a run scored. With a ...
Before the offseason started there were rumors that Nick Swisher was looking for Jayson Werth type money (more than $100 million) as a free agent so it made sense that the Yankees, unwilling to overpay, would look elsewhere for an outfielder. Then came another disappointing playoff performance and it was clear that Swish wouldn't be getting ...
Before the season started the two things that we expected to be good from the Yankees were Robinson Cano and the pitching staff. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case the first week of the season and they have gotten off to a slow 2-4 start. That doesn't mean that it's time to panic or give up on ...
A lot of people, myself included, have accused the Yankees of caring more about profits than winning this offseason, but despite that they will set a record with their payroll at $230.4 million this offseason. While that is technically true it is how they've spent their money, with relatively little money committed after this season limiting ...
I missed a couple of important things over the past few days because of the Christmas break so I wanted to point them out real quick. Nick Swisher signed a four-year, $56 million deal with the Cleveland Indians. The Mariners signed Raul Ibanez to a one-year, $2.75 million deal plus another potential $1.25 million in incentives. The Diamondbacks ...
The Yankees spent over $200 million on their roster last year, but that money is only good if they got what they paid for. So using FanGraphs' value system I took a look at how the Yankees spent their money, where they spent wisely, where they broke even, and where they got ripped off to ...
Nick Swisher and Rafael Soriano have officially rejected their $13.3 million qualifying offers they got from the Yankees, according to Mark Feinsand of the NY Daily News. Hiroki Kuroda has not yet rejected his offer, but he is expected to by the 5:00 p.m. deadline. The Yankees will get sandwich picks between the 1st and 2nd ...
The deadline for players to accept or reject a $13.3 million qualifying offer is today at 5:00 p.m. and the Yankees are waiting to hear from Nick Swisher, Rafael Soriano, and Hiroki Kuroda. According to Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News, Swisher has already received serious interested from at least five teams including the Mariners and ...
The deadline for teams to make qualifying offers of at least $13.3 million for their free agents was 5:00 p.m. this evening and the Yankees made offers to three players -- Rafael Soriano, Hiroki Kuroda, and Nick Swisher, according to Danny Knobler of CBS Sports. Soriano and Swisher are expected to reject their offers while Kuroda ...