BRIAN MCCANN RUMORS & GOSSIP
On December 5, 2013 Brian McCann was officially introduced to the world as a new member of the New York Yankees.
The 29 year-old catcher signed a five-year, $85 million deal that took him away from the Atlanta Braves.
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When Brian McCann received his sales pitch from the New York Yankees, a deal was as good as done. All it took was shaving his beard, picking a new number, signing on the dotted line, and passing Go to collect his $200.
McCann was officially introduced today as the newest great Yankee catcher, and he made clear how easy his decision was:
“When the Yankees call you and...
Brian McCann says joining the New York Yankees is ''one of the best days of my life''
McCann was introduced at Yankee Stadium on Thursday, two days after completing an $85 million, five-year contract.
He's part of New York's offseason spending spree that includes outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury, whose $153 million, seven-year deal is pending.
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The Yankees first big move in the offseason is the acquisition of slugging catcher Brian McCann. He was signed to a five-year deal worth $85 million with a possibility for a sixth year.
Coming from the National League, some New York Yankees and American League fans are not too aware of what the next catcher in pinstripes has done in his career...
Brian McCann signing with the New York Yankees made us happy. Brian McCann signing with the New York Yankees made you happy. Brian McCann signing with the New York Yankees made . . . Mark Teixeira very happy. The switch-hitting first baseman, who is trying to get healthy after appearing in only 15 games last season, was ecstatic to have McCann jumping aboard the pinstripes. Teixera...
Brian McCann is on his way out of Atlanta, signing with the New York Yankees for what is one of the most lucrative deals ever given to a catcher. At five years and 85 million, with the possibility of breaching the 100 million mark when all is said and done, the seven-time All-Star was paid handsomely for his services.
But even with a new deal and a new stadium -- with a lefty-friendly...
I have to admit that catching was the furthest thing from my mind this off-season when it came to the New York Yankees. I've been too busy thinking about pitching, Robinson Cano and about how the A-Rod mess will affect the payroll. So, I was a little surprised to find out that Brian McCann will be wearing pinstripes in 2014. At first it was just plain surprise. Then it was...
OK, look: I'm not trying to be a downer. Really, I swear it. I understand that the Yankees had to do something, and signing a catcher is a worthy place to start.I just wonder if a 5-year deal (with an option on six) for a 30-year-old catcher is a smart long-range strategy, and - frankly - if there will ever even be a long range strategy for the Yankees. It costs us our first...
The New York Yankees have made their first major move of this offseason and that is to find their much needed catcher
Brian McCann and the Yankees agree to a five-year $85 million contract
The Yankees came into the offseason with one goal in mind, to go on a shopping spree to never miss the playoffs again as they did this past season for only the second time in almost 20 years and...
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The New York Yankees made the first of many expected moves Saturday night, when the team signed former Atlanta Braves’ free-agent catcher Brian McCann to a five-year deal for $85 million.
The contract is expected to include a vesting option for at least another year.
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