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Is Dellin Betances Being Disrespected By The Yankees?

Bill Kostroun/New York Post In the news the last few days, it has been reported how Dellin Betances lost his arbitration hearing. The 3-time All-Star asked for $5 million and received a little over $3 million. It appears Mr. Randy Levine, the President of the Yankees, said some things that upset Betances. But I feel he learned the hard way that baseball is a business, in where...
Via Legends On Deck
24 minutes ago

The Dellin Betances fiasco may lead to the arbitration system finally getting an update

Over the weekend the Yankees beat Dellin Betances in arbitration and will pay him $3M this season instead of the $5M he was seeking. That $3M represents a record salary for a setup man in his first year of arbitration. No other setup man received even $2M as far as I can tell. That $5M Betances and his camp were requested is closer money. The arbitration system, which has been around...
Via River Avenue Blues
19 hours ago

Ex-Yankees sluggers know just what Dellin Betances is feeling

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Carlos Beltran and Brian McCann still have Dellin Betances’ back in a big way even though they are no longer Yankees. “Dellin was our MVP I felt like for three straight years,’’ McCann told The Post Sunday at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. “I love him.’’ Noted Beltran of...
Via New York Post
1 day ago

Betances has 'no regrets' about his comments

One day after responding to comments made by Yankees president Randy Levine, Dellin Betances said he had "no regrets" after participating in the team's first full-squad workout Sunday at George M. Steinbrenner Field.
Via Yankees.com
1 day ago

Dellin Betances doesn’t back down

Dellin Betances would say it all again. A day after his war of words with Yankees president Randy Levine, in which Betances said it would be “fair” if he refused to pitch more than an inning per relief outing this season, Betances did not back down. “I don’t regret anything I said [Saturday],” Betances told...
Via New York Post
1 day ago

WATCH: Dellin Betances is not happy with the Yankees and Randy Levine

New York Yankees relief pitcher Dellin Betances and team president Randy Levine sparred through the media following a heated arbitration hearing.
Via SNY
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Inside the Yankees' attack on Dellin Betances

The Yankees threw a flurry of arguments at reliever Dellin Betances in their victorious $2 million salary arbitration fight.  Chief among them was that Betances, a three-time All-Star, shouldn't get paid closer money because he's not one. Betances, eligible for salary arbitration for the first time, filed at $5 million. The Yankees filed at $3 million. The sides met Friday in...
Via NJ.com
2 days ago

Dellin Betances' agent fires back at Yankees president after heated arbitration hearing

The arbitration hearing between the New York Yankees and reliever Dellin Betances got contentious Saturday, so much so that Yankees president Randy Levine held a news conference to air his grievances with Betances’ representatives – after the arbiters ruled in favor of the team.Levine accused Betances' agents at Excel Sports Management of trying to use Betances to “change the...
Via FOX Sports
2 days ago

Yankees, Dellin Betances in war of words after arbitration hearing

New York Yankees president Randy Levine may have driven a wedge between the organization and one of its elite talents.Yankee setup man Dellin Betances, who has been one of baseball’s best relievers since the beginning of the 2014 season, requested a salary of $5 million in his arbitration hearing. The Yankees were willing to pay $3 million and won, largely because despite his elite...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Reliever Betances, Yankees argue final arbitration case

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) Reliever Dellin Betances and the New York Yankees have argued the year's final salary arbitration case, the first for the team in nearly a decade. Eligible for arbitration for the first time, Betances asked for $5 million. The Yankees argued during Friday's hearing he should be paid $3 million. A decision by arbitrators Steven Wolf, Dan Brent and Sylvia...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss
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