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If you were wondering what that sigh of relief was coming from New York earlier Saturday night, it was Yankees fans finding out that outfielder Ichiro Suzuki walked away from a car accident in Florida unscathed."He is fine," Yankees general manager Brian Cashman told the New York Post. "His interpreter called to let us know."According to police, the perennial All-Star was southbound on a Tampa highway around 4 pm Saturday when he hit a woman making a left hand turn in front of him. “He struck her,” Tampa Lt. Ronald McMullen said. “She ended up hitting a third car, but there were no injuries.”The Yankees are already without Derek Jeter, Curtis Granderson and Alex Rodriguez, so, yeah...they're in no position to lose their starting right fielder. In 67 games with the Bombers last season, Ichiro hit .322.
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New York Yankees Ichiro Suzuki gave fans yet another reason to believe it’s going to that kind of year.
Although he walked away with not even a scratch, Suzuki totaled his Range Rover near George M. Steinbrenner Field on Saturday in Tampa, Florida.
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New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman gave skydiving a try on Monday, and he loved it so much he went back for seconds. In retrospect, Cashman probably wishes he had just kept it to one jump. As John Harper of the NY Daily News shared with us, Cashman went skydiving with the Golden Knights of the US Army on Monday at Homestead Air Force Base in Florida. After feeling the...
Yankees outfielder Ichiro Suzuki is fine and has no soreness one day after being involved in a traffic accident.
Suzuki was on his way home after Saturday's spring training game against Detroit when the accident occurred a few miles from Steinbrenner Field in Tampa.
Suzuki said on Sunday his SUV was totaled in the accident. He had a green light when he was hit by another vehicle...
The curse of the 2013 New York Yankees continued on Saturday, but Ichiro Suzuki dodged injury.
The Yankees’ outfielder was involved in a three-car crash around 4 p.m., according to the New York Post. Ichiro walked away from the scene unhurt.
The right fielder was driving south on a Tampa highway when his car struck Linda Trange Le‘s vehicle. Trange Le made a left turn in front...
Ichiro Suzuki walked away from a three-car crash late Saturday afternoon after a woman cut off the New York Yankees outfielder on a Tampa highway.
His Land Rover wasn't so fortunate.
"He is fine," said Yankees general manger Brian Cashman. "His interpreter called to let us know."
Ichiro was headed south on a Tampa highway about 4 p.m. when he slammed...
So about that black cat that has been stalking the New York Yankees as of late.
General manager Brian Cashman is the latest casualty of the team’s recent run of bad luck.
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The New York Yankees haven’t had a whole lot of luck in recent months. Alex Rodriguez is out for the foreseeable future with a hip injury not to mention having his name involved in new steroids allegations, they failed to improve the team during the off-season, and their leading home run hitter Curtis Granderson suffered a broken arm in a spring training game, so you could say...
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman went skydiving on Monday. Cashman went skydiving with the Golden Knights of the US Army on Monday at Homestead Air Force Base in Florida.
After enjoying his first jump Cashman opted to go for a second. It was then that he broke his ankle.
Cashman: i heard a pop in my ankle. twitter.com/NYDNHarper/sta…
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Japan will look to replace the likes of Ichiro Suzuki and Yu Darvish with a new generation of young talent as it bids to capture a third straight World Baseball Classic title.
Suzuki, a key player when Japan won the tournament in 2006 and 2009, opted to sit out the third edition of baseball's global tournament. Shortly after Suzuki announced his decision, Darvish, Norichika...
Brian Cashman's "significant offer" to Robinson Cano may be the biggest leap of faith he has taken over the past few weeks.
At least until the jump he takes Monday morning.
The New York Yankees general manager will parachute over Miami early that day with the Golden Knights of the U.S. Army to raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project.
"It's an opportunity...
Up top that's Brian Cashman waiting to jump in an effort to raise awareness of the Wounded Warrior Project.
Down below that's the Yankees GM, wounded.
The New York Daily News' John Harper...
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The Yankees want this one bad.
Yesterday, General Manager Brian Cashman revealed that the team has made a “significant” offer to all star second baseman Robinson Cano. Going against team policy in offering contracts during a season, the Yankees are making it well-known that they want Cano to remain in pinstripes well beyond the 2013 season.
Cashman declined to comment on the...