Found July 24, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Ever since Mariano Rivera tore his ACL on May 3 in a freak batting practice accident, the Yankees have contended that their star closer will not be able to return this season. The team is so adamant that Rivera won’t return to the mound this season that Yankees GM Brian Cashman called out a physical therapist of Rivera’s that said otherwise.
Cashman was being interviewed on MLB Network Radio when he took aim at Dr. Keith Pyne, the therapist quoted in the media as saying Rivera could return to pitching for the team by season’s end.
“His physical therapist that he’s working with, I thought was unprofessional and went public with things,” Cashman said, as per the New York Daily News. “I mean, medical personnel should be quiet.”
“And it’s not our physical therapist,” Cashman added. “It’s someone he’s got that we’ve signed off on. But those guys should not be doing interviews and he provided an interview that was, you know, not a fair reflection of where this player’s at. His
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The Yankees were able to withstand a furious eighth...
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Winning can be the best retaliation but doing nothing and losing is just not something that can be ignored.
I thought the New York Yankees understood this but obviously not after witnessing yesterday’s 4-2, loss to the Seattle Mariners.
The Yankees did nada but after three key batters got plunked (along with an Ibanez dusting) in the...
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Also, here's a list of available third basemen on the trade market via MLBTradeRumors.
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So far, we gained one old, fading but moderately useful player who once was a superstar with the Mariners.And we lost one old, fading but moderately useful player who once was a superstar with the Mariners.So, it's a wash. Sort of. ... Oh, and the games are all even at 1-1, too.
In a stunning move, the New York Yankees acquired longtime Seattle Mariner Ichiro Suzuki for two players.
The trade became official at 6:30 PM just before the Yankees series against the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field.
The Yankees sent pitchers D.J. Mitchell and Danny Farquhar to the Mariners and the Yankees have agreed to pay just over $2 million of Ichiro's salary. Ichiro...
Ichiro Suzuki has been one of the best players in all of baseball for over a decade. And now the Japanese superstar appears headed for the winning tradition of the New York Yankees. Suzuki has been dealt to the Yankees in exchange for a pair of relievers, according to Jack Curry who covers the Yankees for YES. The relievers in the deal, D.J. Mitchell and Danny Farquhar, are both...
Ichiro honored to be Yankee T...
Ichiro Suzuki acknowledged the fans in Seattle before his first at-bat as a Yankee on Monday — Ichiro went 1-4 and the Yanks won the game 4-1 — I never thought Ichiro would ever leave Seattle — Maybe Ichiro-Sanity will be the new big thing in New York? -TO
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The Post Standard (Syracuse, NY) July 17, 2012 Tuesday To the Editor:I just returned home from the Syracuse Chiefs vs. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees game. After a short rain delay, I was treated to some great baseball. My problem was that during the rain delay, we were "treated" to the New York Yankees broadcast on the big screen. Really? Stephen Strasburg was pitching...
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RHP Hisashi Iwakuma (1-2, 4.86 ERA)
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Ichiro Suzuki is now with the New York Yankees. Yup, the Bronx Bombers strike again and land another sure-shot Hall of Fame player in an attempt to bring another World Series trophy to the pinstriped nation. According to Jack Curry of the Yes Network, the Yankees have acquired Ichiro Suzuki for D.J. Mitchell and Danny...
Apparently, the Yankees and Mariners both have ninjas for GMs, because the trade of Ichiro Suzuki to New York seemed to come out of nowhere. Ichiro still has a big name and a grand track record, but is he anything more than a defensive whiz at this point and can his move from spacious Safeco to the short porch in Yankee Stadium help his fantasy value?
Ichiro has done next to nothing...
The New York Yankees stunned the baseball world -- and, indeed, the world -- Monday by acquiring Japanese icon Ichiro Suzuki from the Seattle Mariners.
Ichiro became an instant sensation when he arrived in the United States in 2001, winning the Most Valuable Player and Rookie of the Year awards. But now the 38-year-old outfielder is likely to be a role player with the Yankees.