Found November 27, 2011 on
Well, he worked in 2011. The Yankees shored up their rotation by bringing back Freddy Garcia. Any time you can sign someone to a one year deal, it’s worth taking a shot on and the Yankees are looking to pay Garcia between $4 and $5 million in 2012. Garcia was solid in 25 starts and [...]
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The Yankees were able to get more production than expected from pitcher Freddy Garcia this past season, and decided to resign him to a one-year contract worth between $4 and $5 million.
The Daily News reported that Garcia had other offers of two years, but the 35-year-old wanted to stay in New York. He finished the 2011 season with a 12-8 record and 3.62 ERA in 25...
Key Stats: The old argument is that people draft a veteran player that is on the decline too early because of name recognition. With Derek Jeter it's gotten to the point where the name recognition is so big that the reverse can happen and people are actually underestimating his value. Obviously Jeter isn't the player he was a decade ago, but he still gets the numbers. Last...
Yankee outfielder Nick Swisher traded in his pinstripes for camouflaged body armor when he and his new wife headed to Afghanistan over Thanksgiving.
Swisher and actress JoAnna Garcia, a star of ABC's "Better Without You," visited US troops at Forward Operating Base Shank in Logar province, marking their first trip together since they married in December 2010.
As Curtis Granderson belted one home run after another last season, he heard a familiar refrain from his doubters.
Though many in and out of the Yankees organization believe the offseason will be empty if another starter isn’t added, center fielder Curtis Granderson is comfortable going into next season with the same cast that was eliminated by the Tigers in the ALDS after winning the AL East.