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Tag Archives: Yoenis Cespedes
The Oakland Athletics, after getting swept by the Rays in their previous three-game series, were certainly looking for a win when they visited Fenway on Monday. They did not get it, however, as they lost to the Red Sox, 9-6. Through their first 16 games, the A’s were 12-4 and outscored their opponents, 96-63. The ...
The 2012 free agent pool was fairly decent last offseason and, as usual, there was tons of speculation on who the Yankees would go after. Regardless, they were pretty economical in gaining assets through savvy trading (Michael Pineda), picking up cast offs (Raul Ibanez), and re-signing critical assets (CC Sabathia, Andrew Jones, Eric Chavez). It’s ...
The Yankees were literally the first name attached to Yoenis Cespedes when his name became prevalent this offseason, but in the end the Yankees were barely involved with the 26-year-old Cuban outfielder. Instead he signed a four-year $36 million deal with the Oakland Athletics, according to Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports. Cespedes didn't really fit with ...
The race is on. The 26-year-old Cuban outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is finally a free agent and is finally able to negotiate and sign with a major league team, according to Ben Badler of Baseball America. The Yankees have been attached to Cespedes through rumors since the very start, but reporters have been split. The guys who cover the ...
The Yankees were the first team connected to Cuban soon-to-be free agent Yoenis Cespedes and since then we've heard everything from they are the favorites to land him to they have no interest at all. It's hard to figure out who to believe, but the latest is that while the Yankees are not "in," on him ...
The rumors this offseason have been that the Yankees were among the most interested in signing Cuban outfielder Yoenis Cespedes. Most of that has been generated by reporters whose main beat wasn't the Yankees (usually it was by guys who cover the international market). The Yankee beat reporters have so far been skeptical. First Joel Sherman ...
About a month and a half ago when we first heard the name Yoenis Cespedes, the Yankees were attached to him. And today it appears as if they are still interested in him as Kevin Goldstein of Baseball Prospectus tells us that the general consensus among the international baseball community is that the Yankees are ...
Cuban outfielder Yoenis Cespedes became an overnight sensation when his agent published a whacky video of his life and training regiment. Well, there is another one, but before we get to that there is a bit of news first. Apparently there wass a mix-up with Cespedes gaining residency in the Dominican Republic, a necessary step before ...