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Tag Archives: Randy Levine
It was a little curious this offseason when after the Yankees refused to offer anybody a multi-year contract and even turned down a reasonable one-year offer from Russell Martin only to see them sign a 39-year-old Ichiro Suzuki to a two-year deal. Sure, Ichiro finished very strong while he was with the Yankees, but in his ...
The Yankees president Randy Levine and Rafael Soriano's agent Scott Boras have entered into negotiations to bring back the de facto close that opted out of the final year of his contract this morning and so far things are not going smoothly. According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, the Yankees are under the impression that ...
The Yankees re-signed Alex Rodriguez to a huge 10-year, $275 million deal in the offseason after 2007 with the idea that he would lead them to a World Series. He did that, but he also has been on such a steep decline that it's hard to imagine him ever being the guy to do it ...
The Yankees are trying to get their payroll under $189 million by 2014 when the collective bargaining agreement imposes higher penalties for going over. That's not breaking news, but in an interview with Barry Bloom of MLB.com, team president Randy Levine reiterated their goal. "We're going to try and get under the $189 million threshold," Levine ...
The Yankees charge too much for tickets. Even the cheapest tickets are more than $20 and come close to $30 after ticketmaster fees. You want a good seat? Prices quickly jump to anywhere to $100-$250 apiece. Want a really good seat? Better get a new credit card because you are paying anywhere between $1,000 and ...
The Yankees have had a payroll around $206 million for years now so it doesn't seem like a huge stretch for them to get below the $189 million mark before harsher penalties under the new collective bargaining agreement are enacted. However, with roughly $90 million already committed to just four players (Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira, CC ...
A "major-league source" told Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports that the push to try to trade for Wandy Rodriguez yesterday came from ownership and not Brian Cashman. Fortunately for the Yankees the two sides couldn't come to an agreement over money and a deal feel through. However this is more evidence of a disturbing trend, ...
There has been lots of speculation about a potential rift between the Yankees organization and general manager Brian Cashman. It started when they signed Rafael Soriano despite Cashman insistence that he was not interested. Things got worse during the press conference to announce Soriano when Cashman again asserted that he was against the signing. It started ...