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Around The Diamond: Shortstop

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Yesterday, we looked at the Yankees options for second base which included Martin Prado, Brendan Ryan, Rob Refnsyder and Jose Pirela. Today we move over a little bit to a spot that has it's first question mark in 19 seasons: shortstop.  Derek Jeter was the New York Yankees shortstop for 19 seasons. Even when he was ...

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Yankees roster has changed dramatically since 2009

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Five years ago today, the New York Yankees won the 2009 American League pennant, advancing to the World Series and defeating the Philadelphia Phillies for their 27th World Series championship, the most in baseball history. The Yankees had one of the most powerful rosters that season and you would think the team wouldn't have changed much ...

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Is Stephen Drew the (new) answer to shortstop

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J.J. Hardy was probably the most logical fit for the Yankees, which would have meant Stephen Drew wouldn't of had a snowballs chance to be considered for the shortstop position next season. However, plans do change. The Baltimore Orioles signed Hardy to a three-year, $40 Million deal with an option for 2018 and in a thin ...

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So, who plays shortstop?

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When the Yankees come into Spring Training this February, there will be one player who won't be there for the first time in 20 seasons: Derek Jeter. That means the Yankees no longer have a shortstop unless they decide to plug in Brendan Ryan for all 162 games, which would never happen because Ryan can't ...

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Troy Tulowitzki’s New Contract and Derek Jeter

Yesterday Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki signed an extension that will keep him in Colorado for the next 10 years at $157.75 million. Here is how the deal breaks down. Tulowitzki is owed $23.75 million over the next three years, his $15 million 2014 option will be picked up, and on top of that they are ...

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