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Trying To Make Sense of The #Yankees' Snub of David Robertson

The bad thing about the Winter Meetings being in San Diego is that Yankee fans who live on the east coast are at risk of waking up to bad news. That is what happened this morning with the news that came down of David Robertson's reported four-year deal with the Chicago White Sox. On the surface, it looks as if the Yankees made a huge mistake:  They gave Andrew Miller what everyone...
Via Lady At The Bat
16 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox sign David Robertson to 4-year, $46 million deal: Report

Late Monday night at the Winter Meetings, the White Sox and David Robertson agreed to a four-year deal worth $46 million that the Yankees refused to match. The signing fills in a big need for Chicago while creating a giant hole in the Yankees’ bullpen. While Robertson didn’t get the $52 million contract he was seeking, the right-hander got enough to leave the Yankees, the...
Via The Other Paper
16 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox sign David Robertson

The White Sox made their second splash of the night on Monday, signing closer David Robertson to a reported four year, $46 million contract. This came about an hour after news broke that the Sox and A’s had agreed to a trade that would bring Jeff Samardzjia to the South Side, although nothing was officially announced. Robertson will fill one of the White Sox biggest needs and do...
Via Grab Some Bench
17 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox sign David Robertson to four-year deal

On a late night where everyone has been gathered around the Winter Meetings campfire waiting for the White Sox to complete a rumored deal for Jeff Samardzija, the Pale Hose went and pulled a fast one. Bob Nightengale is reporting that the Chicago White Sox will sign David Robertson to a four-year deal. The Chicago #Whitesox have just signed closer David Robertson to a 4 year deal...
Via The Outside Corner
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: White Sox Sign Closer David Robertson To 4-Year Deal

    According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the Chicago White Sox have signed free agent closer David Robertson. The Chicago #Whitesox have just signed closer David Robertson to a 4 year deal in excess of $40 million. — Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) December 9, 2014 In his career, Robertson posted a 2.81 ERA in all 7 seasons with the Yankees.   The post Report: White...
Via Geeks and Cleats
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox Interested In David Robertson

  VIRAL – The New York Post is reporting that the Chicago White Sox are interested in prize free agent reliever David Robertson. The right hander is looking somewhere in the four-year $50 million in terms of a deal. White Sox Interested In David Robertson It’s no secret the the White Sox need bullpen help after last season. While they added Zach Duke to the mix earlier this...
Via Sports Mockery
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Blue Jays 'love' Yankees' David Robertson: Report

New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman hasn’t ruled out the possibility of bringing back closer David Robertson in 2015. But since it's starting to sound like the GM feels his team now has enough bullpen depth to handle the workload, it might be a long-shot that Robertson still suits up in the Bronx next season. And the closer might be packing some long johns too. ...
Via The Other Paper
18 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees rumors: Andrew Miller

The New York Yankees are in serious pursuit of reliever Andrew Miller. However, if the Yankees have any interest in him at all they need to act fast. The 29 year-old ended his 2014 season nicely with a 2.02 ERA, 103/17 K/BB ratio over 62 1/3 innings between both the Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles. Last season, Miller was acquired from the Orioles before the trade deadline...
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: David Robertson Has $39M Offer

A rival executive says that he has heard that David Robertson has an offer from a team worth $39 million for three years, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. The team is not yet known. The deal would set a record in terms of money for a relief pitcher. Earlier in the off-season, Robertson declined a $15.3 million qualifying offer from the New York Yankees. The Yankees hope to...
Via Baseball Essential
25 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees rumors: David Robertson edition

Last week, New York Yankees free agent closer David Robertson rejected the New York Yankees $15.3 million qualifying offer. This should come as no surprise to Yankee fans, given the fact that he is the top free-agent closer available. Because of this, he will look to maximize his value out on the open market where at least a half dozen clubs are interested according to Mark Feinsand...
November 19, 2014  |  Discuss

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