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Tag Archives: Randy Winn
As part of our Valentine's Day series, we present to you Randy Winn's wife, Blessings Winn. Sorry, but this was the only picture of Winn's wife I could find. Stay tuned for our final part of the series, The Many Women of Alex Rodriguez.
Brett Gardner stole his way into the hearts of many Yankee fans in 2010. The question remains, however, if he can steal his way into his second straight Opening Day start. In 2010, Brett Gardner will have some competition in recently acquired Marcus Thames and Randy Winn, as well as Rule 5 Draftee Jamie Hoffmann. Currently in ...
2009: Marcus Thames finished his six season tour with Detroit with a .245 batting average and 99 home runs in 485 games. His best season came in 2006 when he hit .256 with 26 home runs and 60 RBI in 110 games, helping the Tigers to their first World Series appearance since 1984. Thames actually ...
2009: Randy Winn was a very productive player during the first three years of his four-year deal with San Francisco, posting a .290 batting average and scoring 343 runs in 666 games with the Giants. He strugged offensively in 2009, hitting .262 with only two home runs in 149 games. Family issues or an undisclosed ...
The Yankees officially announced the signing of outfielder Randy Winn yesterday and it was a $1.1 million base salary plus incentives instead of the $2 million deal that had been reported since his signing. When Winn initially signed the deal and it was believed to be in the $2 million range people were upset because another ...
After the Yankees signed outfielder Randy Winn, effectively cutting ties with Johnny Damon for good, I put a poll up on the site asking our readers if they thought the Yankees would live to regret that decision. With 287 entries it was our most successful poll to date and it was a very interesting one at ...
Infielder Rich Aurilia is apparently in a New York state of mind. He recently told Andrew Baggarly of the San Jose Mercury News that he'd like to play for one final season and he wants to play in New York: “We know nothing is imminent, but hopefully we keep in contact with them,” said Aurilia, who ...
Last week, the Yankees simultaneously added outfield depth and shut the door on Johnny Damon by signing the 36 year-old Randy Winn to a one-year, $2 million deal. Prior to signing Winn, the Yankees had been linked to Rocco Baldelli, Jim Edmonds, Jermaine Dye and Reed Johnson, who signed with the Dodgers yesterday for $800,000. ...