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Sliding Into Home:
From the NY Daily News:
The Yankees could have an answer to their third-base problem shortly and the possibility it’ll be Kevin Youkilis may have gained steam Sunday night when Mark Reynolds reportedly agreed to a deal with the Indians.
Cleveland was viewed as the Yankees’ biggest competition for Youkilis. But CBSsports.com, which first reported Reynolds’ agreement and said he was going to play first base for the Indians, said the move meant Cleveland would use Lonnie Chisenhall at third.
So with one serious suitor down, the Yankees’ chances may have improved, though the Mariners and Dodgers are among the teams that also have reportedly shown interest in Youkilis. Youkilis’ agent, Joe Bick, said Sunday his client is “giving serious consideration to the Yankees” but wouldn’t offer more detail on what other teams were involved.
“Kevin’s in the process of considering options and we’ll obviously make a decision at some point not too far in the future here,” Bick said.It would app
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While free agent corner infielder Kevin Youkilis is decided
between offers from the Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees, it will be “at
least a mild surprise” if he turns down the contract the Bronx Bombers have
extended, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.
would be at least a mild surprise if youk doesnt take yankees offer. likes winning, doesnt shy away from limelight...
According to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, Mark Reynolds has signed a one-year deal with the Cleveland Indians for $6 million.
This was also reported by the Baltimore Sun last night.
Should we be devastated? Not really. Reynolds seemed to be a good guy, play hard and played some very good first base after being moved from third; however, the Orioles didn’t seem to want him...
Those looking for the Cleveland Indians to sign a free agent slugger can look no further as they have reportedly closed in on signing corner infielder Mark Reynolds to a one-year deal worth $6 million.
Reynolds, 29, hit .221/.335/.429 with 23 home runs and 69 runs batted in through 135 games for the Baltimore Orioles last season. When he plays a full season, the right-handed slugger...
Eagles Deli has long been a mainstay in Brighton, feeding countless hungry Boston College students over the years. The deli is known for its burgers, particularly the monumental size of some of their concoctions — most notably their 12-pound Eagle Challenge burger.
A couple years ago the Travel Channel program “Man v. Food” stopped in Boston and checked out Eagles Deli —...
Oh Kevin….say it ain’t so! Well it looks like it is so. Another former Red Sox player is going to play in the pinstripes. Today the New York Yankees have agreed to a one-year, $12-million contract with the third baseman. Kevin Youkilis played for the Red Sox and White Sox last year. He had a batting average of .235 with 19 home runs and 60 RBI’s last season. I would think...
The Indians left baseball’s Winter Meetings in Nashville last week empty handed, but they were about as active as any team there. Many were disappointed by the Tribe’s closing abilities, but one thing you can say – they were far from dormant. For so many years, the Winter Meetings meant little to the apathetic fan base. Mark Shapiro and Chris Antonetti were there, essentially...
Kevin Youkilis has joined the ‘evil empire.’
The one time member of the Boston Red Sox has signed a one-year deal with the New York Yankees worth $12 million. Last season Youkilis split time between Boston and the Chicago White Sox.
Youkilis batted .235/.336/.409 with 19 home runs and 60 RBI in 122 games in 2012.
The Cleveland Indians had a two-year deal on the table which was...
A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that free agent Kevin Youkilis and the New York Yankees have reached agreement on a one-year deal.
The contract is worth $12 million and pending a physical. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because there was no official announcement.
The deal was first reported by Fox Sports.
Youkilis is expected to play...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Cleveland Indians entered the offseason searching for a right-handed power hitter to bolster their lineup. After striking out at last week's winter meetings, they may have finally connected.
A person familiar with the negotiations said Sunday night the Indians have agreed to a one-year contract with free-agent slugger Mark Reynolds. The person spoke on...
The Yankees have turned to an old rival to serve as Alex Rodriguez's replacement.
The team on Tuesday reached agreement with free-agent third baseman Kevin Youkilis on a one-year, $12 million contract, according to major-league sources.
The deal, which is pending a physical, will bring to New York a player who spent nearly his entire career with the Boston Red Sox.
Youkilis will man third base in pinstripes.
Former Red Sox third baseman Kevin Youkilis has signed a 1-year, $12 million contract with the New York Yankees.
The agreement between the Yankees and Youkilis was first reported by Ken Rosenthal. The 33-year old corner infielder received interest from numerous teams, including the Cleveland Indians, who are managed by Terry Francona, who...
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Kevin Youkilis in Yankee pinstripes? Yup. According to Ken Rosenthal, Youkilis has signed a one-year, $12 million contract with New York.
Now, Youkilis is one of my favorite fantasy players. This is because I primarily play in leagues that count either walks or OBP and in those categories Youk can make up a lot of ground compared to other third...
On the day the Redsocks traded Kevin Youkilis to the Whitesocks, a voice inside me knew he'd someday be a Yankee. I didn't think it would happen this fast, but it was a certainty: Before Youk's career ended, we would get him. BTW, it's the same knee-buckling sense of predestination that I have about Big Papi: He'll wear pinstripes someday. It's as if the ghost...
The Indians may have eliminated themselves from the Kevin Youkilis race with their latest signing.
Mark Reynolds agreed to a one-year contract with Cleveland worth $6 million, plus another $1.5 million in incentives, according to Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com. Reynolds will likely play first base for the Indians, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, though they’re moving forward...