Posted February 16, 2012 on
The New York Yankees drafted right-handed pitcher Adam Warren in the fourth round of the 2009 MLB Draft out of the University of North Carolina. His meteoric rise through the minor leagues continued in 2011 as he posted yet another solid season, this time doing it at the Triple-A level, and now he is on the short list of potential big ready pitchers for the Yankees.
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TAMPA —The Yankees have extended a spring training invitation to Andy Pettitte.
But the legendary lefty won’t be attempting a comeback if he accepts. Instead, Pettitte, who retired following the 2010 season, will be a guest instructor.
“He is invited to stop in and join us at any time...
Tampa - Austin Romine and Jesus Montero always had what Romine describes as “a fun rivalry, pushing each other to get better.”
Of all the divisions, the amnesty clause may benefit more clubs in the AL East than any other division. In case you missed our review of the AL West and AL Central, make sure you check them out. Without further ado, lets jump into this.
Yankees- Having the highest payroll in all of baseball you're going to have a few contracts you would like to get rid of. Sure you could...
Yankees gain salary relief, prospects in shedding right-handed starter
Teams determining which two minor leaguers will be included
Seems there are two prominent schools of thought around here regarding the Pirates' pursuit of A.J. Burnett from the New York Yankees.
Left-handed relief pitcher Hideki Okajima has failed his physical and will not be in spring training with the New York Yankees.