March 2nd Camp Notes: Sabathia, Tanaka, Betances, Deglan
Your browser does not support iframes.Your browser does not support iframes.We play today, we win today, das it. The Yankees won again tonight, improving their Grapefruit League record to 7-1. Greg Bird and Billy McKinney hit long home runs — Bird’s left the damn stadium — while a host of others had doubles (McKinney, Jorge […]
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Spring Training Game Thread: Chapmanās Spring Debut
So far, so good for the Yankees in Spring Training. The only significant injury was a fluke (Tyler Austin‘s foot) and the kids all look pretty good. The Yankees are 6-1 this spring and they’ve outscored their opponents 47-29. They lead all teams in runs and homers (12) this spring. I have no idea whether […]
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Revisiting the MLBTR Archives: March 2012
Is it really March already? Geez. I feel like New Years was last week. Anyway, now that we’re in a new month, it’s again time to go back through the MLB Trade Rumors archives. We’re now in March 2012, and March is traditionally one of the slowest months for free agent and trade rumors. The […]
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Recent reliever trades show the Yankees hit the jackpot with the Chapman and Miller deals
In the early days of Spring Training, we’ve gotten a nice little peek at some of the best young players the Yankees have in their much ballyhooed farm system. Aaron Judge socked what will probably go down as the longest home run of the spring, Gleyber Torres doubled to left and right fields the next […]
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Didi Gregorius and his critical 2017 season
2017 may be a transitional season for the New York Yankees, but it is also critical for Didi Gregorius. No, Sir Mariekson Julius Gregorius is not a free agent after the season. He’s not going to be replaced immediately if he goes through an early season slump that stretches into May. Yet there is plenty […]
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