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Johnny Damon was hard enough to imagine in pinstripes. Dirt dog Kevin Youkilis? That’s even tougher.
But it could be happening, as the Yankees are looking for someone to take care of third base while Alex Rodriguez gets hip surgery for the second time in four years.
The Yankees announced Monday that Rodriguez will have surgery on his left hip in the coming weeks, with rehab time expected to leave him out of baseball for four to six months.
With ARod out, Yanks have spoken with Kevin Youkilis's agent. Word is that Youk would consider 1-year deal if money was at premium amount.— Jack Curry (@JackCurryYES) December 04, 2012
Youkilis was traded to the White Sox last year as his production declined and he butted heads with Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine. While Youkilis helped Chicago nearly take the American League Central, his production has been down in recent years, and he finished last season batting just .235. The White Sox chose not to pick up his option for 20...
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Many people think Kevin Youkilis‘ days as a viable third baseman are over. But several baseball executives appear to disagree.
Youkilis “has multiple contract offers on the table,” according to Alex Speier of WEEI. Youkilis is weighing both high-dollar, one-year options and multiyear deals.
Youkilis was traded midway through last season from the Red Sox to the White Sox, who...
From Joel Sherman:Alex Rodriguez was playing late in the regular season and playoffs with a re-tear in his surgically repaired right hip, The Post has learned.
Rodriguez is expected to need a second surgery in the coming days and will miss, at minimum, a piece of the 2013 season. Still, the hope is that the procedure will allow A-Rod to return as a full, successful player as early...
The New York Yankees got some bad news in the midst of winter meetings that are designed to normally improve a team for the next year. Their All-Star third baseman, Alex Rodriguez, will likely miss time at the start of the 2013 season because of a lingering hip issue he was battling toward the end of the 2012 season.
According to Joel Sherman of the New York post, Alex ...
It wasn't too long ago that Wade Boggs ditched his Boston Red Sox uniform and donned the despised pinstripes of the New York Yankees. Now there are reports that another famed Boston third baseman could be jumping from the Red Sox Nation into the Yankees Universe.
Jack Curry of the Yes Network is reporting on Twitter that the Yankees have spoken with the agent of former Red...
Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman confirmed on Monday at MLB’s Winter Meetings that third baseman Alex Rodriguez needs hip surgery and will be out four to six months.
What does this mean for the Yankees? Well first off, the team is currently without -Rod and Derek Jeter, who broke his ankle in the ALCS against the Tigers.
Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News thinks that...
Today is the final day of the Winter Meetings down in Nashville, and BronxPinstripes will be providing continuing coverage all day, so make sure to check back for updates on news and rumors!
Update 10:00 AM: The biggest news so far today revolves around former Yankee enemy Kevin Youkilis. In what has become a shrinking third-baseman market, the Yankees are turning to Youkilis to...
Alex Rodriguez will have surgery on his left hip and will miss the start of the season and possibly the entire first half.
Rodriguez has a torn labrum, bone impingement and a cyst, the Yankees said Monday. The third baseman will need to follow a pre-surgery program over the next four-to-six weeks, and the team anticipates he will be sidelined four-to-six months after the operation...
Johnny Damon is currently a free agent, and looking for a team to play the 2013 major league season with. While some may question what the outfielder has left in the tank at the age of 39, however, one thing is for certain: his hair is definitely big-league ready.
Damon appeared at the NASCAR awards in Las Vegas recently, where he honored Tony Stewart for his finish in the NASCAR...