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Well, today was an eventful day, wasn't it? Photo day, injury reports and now the signing of Andrew Bailey. To end an eventful day, here's some notes from camp: -- Tyler Austin's wrist had been bothering him, and it turns out it had been going on for a week. He had discomfort earlier this week and ...
If I could make this up, I would...but I can't. According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports and ESPN Deportes, Robinson Cano has agreed to a 10-year, $240 Million deal pending a physical, ending his tenure with the New York Yankees. A physical is scheduled for next Monday.
So during a gigantic MLB sweepstakes, there's always the one team that comes out of nowhere and puts a price on the table, a price higher that usually has the original bidder on edge. In this prime example, Robinson Cano is the prize of a gigantic Major League Baseball bid and the Yankees are presumed ...
Although the Yankees lost the first game of the Monday doubleheader against the Indians, they were able to shut out the Tribe in the second game, 7-0. Between the two games, Yankees pitchers managed to limit the Indians to a total of one run – an impressive feat against a lineup that, coming into Monday, ...