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Tag Archives: Randy Levine
Tomorrow is an important day if you're a football fan, a Denver Broncos fan or a Seattle Seahawks fan: It's Super Bowl XLVIII in East Rutherford, New Jersey. With the Super Bowl a day away, athletes for other sports decided to predict who would win the Lombardi Trophy and that included Yankees manager Joe Girardi, ...
Well, I can't say I'm shocked but I am fascinated and amazed by the next turn in the A-Rod saga. According to New York Magazine, some emails leaked between Yankees president Randy Levine and Yankees third basemen Alex Rodriguez, stemming back from 2011. Here are some of the emails for your reading enjoyment: May 11, 2011 Levine: Hey, tough ...
During Jacoby Ellsbury's press conference earlier today, Yankees president Randy Levine was speaking about the on-going Robinson Cano vs. Yankees saga. During the Q & A about Cano, reporters asked Levine about his refusal to give Cano a 10-year contract. Here was how Levine responded: "Now, if it was Mike Trout, I'd offer him a 10-year ...
New York Yankees president Randy Levine spoke to the media today during the Yankees Pinstripe Bowl presser and he addressed the 'Robinson Cano to the Seattle Mariners' saga, the 'will Alex Rodriguez be on the Yankees in 2014' saga and the 'will Brett Gardner be traded' saga. Of course, it was brief since the Yankees ...
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 ...