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Report: Yankees to honor Willie Randolph with plaque in Monument Park


Andy Pettitte, Jorge Posada and Bernie Williams aren't the only players that are to be honored this season. This summer, they'll have one other Yankee joining them in Yankee immortality. According to reports, the Yankees are planning to honor former 2B and captain Willie Randolph with a plaque in Monument Park. Randolph's ceremony is scheduled for ...

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A week in review: Drew, Hall of Fame, Hensley, Moncada, Randolph and Thames


It was quite an eventful week as baseball announced which players would be forever enshrined in Cooperstown. However, the weekly news doesn't stop there. The Yankees once again filled the second base hole, they're the favorites for an international free agent, they've interviewed someone for the major league coaching position and they announced the coaching ...

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Hot Stove: Yankees interview Willie Randolph for coaching position


The Yankees have continued their search for coaching and the latest candidate is a name the Yankees might be familiar with. According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, the Yankees have interviewed Willie Randolph for a coaching position. While Heyman didn't disclose what coaching position the Yankees interviewed him for,he did mention Randolph would be a ...

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Jesus Montero demoted as Michael Pineda, finally, gets close to return


Jesus Montero made a big splash when he joined the Yankees for 18 games in 2011 and hit .328/.406/.590. That's why it was so hard to see him traded for a pitcher who almost immediately landed on the DL with a major injury almost immediately. However, in the year and a half since Michael Pineda went ...

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Classic Yankees: Willie Randolph

The Yankees have two HOF second basemen in previous Classic Yankees profiles Tony Lazzeri and Joe Gordon, and have an All-Star right now in Robbie Cano. If you had to fill out the top five second basemen in Yankees history, one of the five would be Willie Randolph. Randolph, born in SC but a Brooklyn native (Tilden ...

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