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Gaudin Feeling Extra Fatigued

The spring is still early, which makes the news that Chad Gaudin was feeling extra fatigued during his last start all the more disheartening. According to Mark Feinsand, Gaudin was extremely tired before, during and after yesterdays outing against the Tigers: Gaudin, who started against the Tigers, grinded his way through three innings, giving up three ...

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Yankees Trade Rumors: Chad Gaudin and Sergio Mitre

The offseason is over and the Yankees roster is pretty much set, but since they signed relief pitcher Chan Ho Park there has been a glut of relievers and something has got to give. Whether it be an injury or two that solves the logjam or even a trade - that has yet to be ...

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5 Yankees Spring Training Battles

The other day I ran a post on 10 problems the Yankees might have this season and some people wondered why I didn't mention the 5th starter battle. Well, because having two great young pitchers battling over the final spot in the rotation isn't a problem, it's a luxury. But it did make me realize that ...

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Yankees' Mitre and Gaudin have Non-Guaranteed Contracts

One of the first things I said when the Yankees signed Chan Ho Park the other night was that his deal would make more sense if the Yankees moved Chad Gaudin. Part of my reasoning was that for the past few weeks the Yankees have been talking budget and it didn't make sense to spend ...

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2010 Previews: Sergio Mitre

2009: Sergio Mitre was inserted into the Yankees bullpen (and occasionally starting rotation) mid-season after rehabbing from Tommy John surgery to help solve the Joba Chamberlain problem. Mitre was primarily used to fill in for Joba when his pitch count prevented him from making a start while making the occasional relief appearance in. For the ...

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The 2009 Bullpen in Historical and Statistical Perspective

Following up on my comparison between the terrific 2009 rotation with those of the late 1990s, this post assesses the sterling 2009 bullpen and gauges its performance along side the late 1990s dynasty. As with the rotation, the 2009 bullpen compares rather favorably with most years, including the tremendous 1998 team. As with last week’s ...

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Joba Has Company For 5th Starter Competition

Last season the Yankees were very comfortable with Joba Chamberlain in the rotation as the no. 5 starter, but by the end of the season Chien-Ming Wang's injury pushed him to the no. 4 spot and the Yankees saw some inconsistency with their rotation. This season they've prepared for that by trading for Javier Vazquez and ...

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Sergio Mitre Agrees to One-Year $850,000

According to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN, the Yankees and right handed pitcher Sergio Mitre have avoided arbitration and agreed to a one-year $850,000 deal that does include some incentives. Mitre earned $1.25 million last season and had a team option for $1.25 for 2010, but the Yankees declined that looking to keep him at a lesser ...

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