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HIROKI KURODA RUMORS

Those wild and crazy Padres tried to sign Hiroki Kuroda

Before Hiroki Kuroda signed with NPB’s Hiroshima Carp last week, he had an American suitor other than the New York Yankees – the San Diego Padres. Because let’s be honest here, there’s one thing the Padres *haven’t* done during their insane winter – acquire a top-tier starting pitcher. According to Jeff Sanders of the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Padres were serious...
Via The Outside Corner
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Appreciating Hiroki Kuroda

Hiroki Kuroda didn’t actually retire, but he did for all intents and purposes. The 39-year-old free agent pitcher, most recently of the New York Yankees but also formerly of the Los Angeles Dodgers, decided to return to his former team, the Hiroshima Toyo Carp, in his homeland of Japan. Kuroda had worked on one-year contracts […]
Via Fangraphs
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Yankees lose old safety net in Kuroda

Hiroki Kuroda did the same thing he did each of the last two offseasons; he went home to Japan to contemplate what he’d do the following season. His previous decisions took time to formulate but Kuroda eventually opted to return to the Bronx. This time he's staying put in Japan as Kuroda signed with the Hiroshima Carp of the Nippon Professional Baseball league, the team he began...
Via Yankees Unscripted
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Hiroki Kuroda Says "Sayonara" To Evil Empire

Hiroki Kuroda is escaping the Bronx and heading home to Japan to pitch for the Hiroshima Carp. The nearly forty-year old starter could have pitched another year for The Bronx Embalmers, but decided to take a better deal in his home country. This leaves The Pinstriped Posers in a pickle in their rotation—although they did recently sign Nathan Eovaldi. While they were not counting...
Via FenwayNation
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Hiroki Kuroda returns to Japan, ditches Yankees

The annual dance that has been Hiroki Kuroda picking between the Yankees and Japan has ended its latest installment, but this time with an unexpected result: Hiroki Kuroda is returning to Japan. Sorry, Yankees. So Long Hiroki Kuroda – Hiroki Kuroda is returning to NBP Hiroshima via @proyakyuantenna pic.twitter.com/LgIFJRy2Ic #yankees h/t @daisukesugiura — N. Diunte (@ExamineBaseball...
Via The Outside Corner
December 26, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Yankees trade rumors: Cliff Lee edition

S.O.S.! Four starting pitchers down.The New York Yankees NEED, I repeat NEED at least one GOOD pitcher to help them through the rest of the season. Tanaka’s out, Pineda’s out, Sabathia’s out, Nova’s out. That leaves Hiroki Kuroda left of the starting five. General manager Brian Cashman has already made two small trades, Arizona Diamondbacks’ Brandon McCarthy and Oakland...
Via isportsweb.com
July 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Kuroda The Victim In Yankees First RISP Fail Of The Season

Though the starting pitching was better last night it wasn't perfect. Too bad, because it needed to be perfect in order for the Yankees to win.  It wasn't perfect and, as a result, the Yankees remain winless so far in this young season.This young season reminds me of a few years ago when there was a huge problem regarding runners in scoring position (RISP). Last night's 0-10 RISP...
Via Lady At The Bat
April 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Free Agent Spotlight: Hiroki Kuroda

Hiroki Kuroda hit free agency after the 2012 season and many thought he would retire and/or return to his homeland of Japan. However, he signed a one year deal for 2013 and had a respectable season. Fast forward to free agency 2013 and there was Kuroda once again contemplating retirement. But it still wasn’t in the cards, he signed on for one more year in the pinstripes. Kuroda...
Via Bronx Pinstripes
March 01, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Yankees Need Tanaka

Well, a week ago all indications pointed towards the Rakuten Golden Eagles team not posting and not allowing right-handed stud Masahiro Tanaka to become available to MLB teams. Masahiro Tanaka would be a great pick-up for the New York Yankees (photo credit: AP Photo/Kyodo News) MLB and the Nippon Professional Baseball league in Japan agreed on a new posting system earlier this month...
Via isportsweb.com
December 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Yankees to re-sign Hiroki Kuroda

While the Yankees and the rest of the baseball world reacts to Robinson Cano‘s mega deal with Seattle, the Yankees made an important move that helps their anemic pitching staff. According to Joel Sherman of the NY Post, New York finalized a deal with Hiroki Kuroda for one year at $16 million. Kuroda could earn an extra $500K in incentives; $250K each for reaching 190 and 210 innings...
Via Bronx Pinstripes
December 06, 2013  |  Discuss
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