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After wasting $46 million on Kei Igawa over the past five years, would the Yankees be willing to roll the dice on another Japanese pitcher if Yu Darvish becomes available? It’s very possible, Hal Steinbrenner said.
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From Marc Carig:Pleased with what he described as general manager Brian Cashman’s “aggressiveness,” C.J. Wilson’s representative said today the Yankees have extended an invitation to visit New York, where he would meet with some of the team’s top decision-makers.
Wilson’s agent Bob Garber, who met with Cashman at the general managers’ meetings, refused to divulge...
According to Jon Heyman at SI tweeted that the New York Yankees have signed 31-year old, lefty reliever Mike O’Connorto what my
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guess is a minor league deal.
O’Connor pitched 6.2 innings for the New York Mets last season, where he gave-up five hits, two earned runs, three walks and struck out eight batters. Before that O’Connor had not seen...
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has confirmed that he recently met with Bob Garber, who happens to be the agent for both C.J. Wilson and Roy Oswalt.
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Brian Cashman met with Bob Garber, the agent for C.J. Wilson and Roy Oswalt, in Milwaukee today, the Yankees GM confirmed. Garber didn't divulge whether the two sides exchanged figures for either pitcher, but told Marc Carig of the Star-Ledger that the Yanks invited Wilson to New York to meet with the team's decision-makers, including Hal Steinbrenner and director of pro...
We’ve always known that Alex Rodriguez is a moron, but dude come on. A-Rod was as easy of an out as you will ever see in the playoffs this year. I’ll repeat that; A-Rod was the easiest out in the history of baseball in the 2011 playoffs.
Knowing that, what did A-Rod decide to do? Well, he sought out a new chick and decided to lay out. Great. A guy getting paid $30M a year just...
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has done his first lap around the available high-end starting pitchers and, well, he is hoping the prices drop in time for Christmas.“I’d like to do something, but I am not going to do something at the current costs,” Cashman said.If you...
The Yankees 2012 rotation could look a lot like the 2011 version.
Yankees GM Brian Cashman told ESPN.com the team would consider bringing back pitchers Freddy Garcia and Bartolo Colon after having success with the veteran starters last season.
"I have an interest in both Freddy and Bartolo,'' Cashman...