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Tag Archives: Robinson Cano
I'm not going to say that the offseason is going to magically heat up with blockbuster trades every five minutes, so I think the right word for this would be to 'get the ball rolling'. First on the list: the GM Meetings, live from Orlando, Florida. Let's not confuse the Winter Meetings with the GM ...
Robinson Cano took home the Silver Slugger Award yet again for the Yankees, beating out the likes of Dustin Pedroia and Ben Zobrist. Here were Cano's numbers compared to the other second basemen in the same category. Robinson Cano .314/.383/.516 — 605 AB, 190 H, 41 2B, 27 HR, 107 RBI Jason Kipnis .284/.366/.452 — 564 AB, 160 H, ...
MLB Trade Rumors recently released an article of their Top 50 free agents, an article I found fascinating. They took it a step further, predicting where the 50 free agents will sign. Here were their picks for which players would sign with the Yankees. (The numbers are based on where they ranked in the Top ...
Here was the official (yet short and sweet) announcement the Yankees made about the qualifying offers: The Yankees made qualifying offers to the following players today: 2B Robinson Cano OF Curtis Granderson RHP Hiroki Kuroda
Today is the day that baseball players have been waiting for--no not Spring Training, that's not for another 100 days. Today it's all about the qualifying offers. The Yankees have until 5 p.m. to offer players a qualifying offer and this year there are 11 players who are candidates. Let's break down the 11 players ...
So I was skimming through the internet for Yankees news (I realized I wasn't going to find much on Halloween night) yet I stumbled upon a fun little article from LoHud Yankees. The article described what some players could dress up as Halloween and even give some commentary as to why the players would choose ...
Robinson Cano lost the Gold Glove to Boston Red Sox second basemen Dustin Pedroia. When looking at the defense metrics, Pedoria did have a slight advantage over Cano, but I'm still not a fan of the Gold Glove Awards since I feel it's one gigantic popularity contest. Here are the winners from the 2013 Gold ...
Rawlings announced the Gold Glove finalists on Friday, the finalists being narrowed down to three players for each position. The New York Yankees only have one finalist while the Baltimore Orioles lead the American League with six finalists. Here are the AL Finalists: Catcher Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals Matt Wieters - Baltimore Orioles First ...