Ellsbury receives World Series ring at Yankee Stadium

Five months removed from winning a world championship with the Boston Red Sox and Jacoby Ellsbury finally received his 2013 World Series ring in the most unlikely place of all — Yankee Stadium.The new Yankees outfielder received his 2013 championship ring from Boston manager John Farrell and general manager Ben Cherington in a suite somewhere in their rival's stadium Friday...
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On the Rotating State of the Yankees Leadoff Spot

When the Yankees entered Spring Training, one of the biggest questions I had was who would be the leadoff hitter? The team seemingly had two players who are designed to be perfect leadoff men . . . Jacoby Ellsbury, and Brett Gardner. When opening day came around, Joe Girardi had made his choice: Ellsbury. And since that time, Ellsbury has put up idyllic numbers for a leadoff...
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Jacoby Ellsbury: ‘Blessed’ To Still Be Part Of Red Sox-Yankees Rivalry

NEW YORK — Jacoby Ellsbury isn’t the first player to switch sides in the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry, but there’s still something unique about a prominent contributor crossing over. That isn’t lost on Ellsbury, who is enjoying his new perspective thus far. Ellsbury signed a seven-year, $153 million contract with the Yankees over the offseason, leaving a sour taste in the mouths...
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Jacoby Ellsbury Excited To Face Former Red Sox Teammates (Video)

After winning two World Series titles in Boston, Jacoby Ellsbury left the Red Sox in the offseason to sign a huge contract with the rival New York Yankees. The veteran outfielder will play against his former teammates for the first time when the two AL East clubs meet at Yankee Stadium on Thursday night for the first matchup of a four-game series. Check out Ellsbury’s comments...
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Jacoby Ellsbury set to face his old team and new enemy

Although it will probably be a more emotional game when the Yankees play their first game at Fenway Park, Jacoby Ellsbury figures that tonight's game will be memorable. Ellsbury will face his old team, the Boston Red Sox, for the first time tonight. "It's my first time playing them, and I'm looking forward to it," Ellsbury said. "I'...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Ellsbury's last name misspelled on Yankees scoreboard

The New York Yankees held their home opener on Monday at Yankee Stadium, which marked the first home game in pinstripes for newcomer Jacoby Ellsbury. The Yankees will pay Ellsbury $153 million over the course of his 7-year contract. With the ability to throw around that kind of money, you would think the Yankees could afford to have a spellcheck mechanism for player names on the...
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Yankees Misspell Jacoby Ellsbury’s Last Name During His Home Debut (Photo)

Jacoby Ellsbury isn’t exactly a normal name, but the New York Yankees made it even more unique during Monday’s home opener against the Baltimore Orioles. In the bottom of the sixth inning, Ellsbury’s name appeared on the outfield scoreboard as he came up to bat. The only problem? Ellsbury’s name was misspelled, and on a screen that big, it probably was very hard to miss...
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Red Sox fan fails miserably with sign labeling Jacoby Ellsbury as a ‘trader’ (photos)

Sigh. A disgruntled and apparently spelling-challenged Boston Red Sox fan took in the New York Yankees-Houston Astros tilt at Minute Maid Park on Tuesday. Clearly still smarting — perhaps not the right word … ‘stupiding’? (okay, that just brings me down to her level) — from former BoSox star Jacoby Ellsbury signing a seven-year, $153 […] The post Red Sox fan fails miserably...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox fan's Jacoby Ellsbury sign a horrible failure

This Boston Red Sox fan's Jacoby Ellsbury sign fail is possibly the dumbest of all time.
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees Ellsbury injuries create friction

Injuries, what they mean and what they do Of course injuries create complications. They do for every team in every sport all the time. That’s the tricky situation, the hold-up that creates gaps in rosters, losses in big games, fearful fans and so much more. So what are the most common Major League Baseball injuries? Well, in 2011 studies showed the predominant injuries in pitchers...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

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