Not an unreasonable contract for a guy who was destined for the American League. So what does it mean for the Yankees’ spending plans?
Archive for November, 2013
The 29-year-old right-handed-hitter had a brutal 2013 season, but could be a platoon option.
Awesome both as a prospect, and as a young man giving back to his country.
Brandon Hyde is moving up from the farm to the bench, and Bill Mueller is indeed the new hitting coach. Still looking for a first base coach, though.
Bourjos used to be a light-hitting, defense-heavy center fielder. He’s now likely to hit 55 homers in 2014.
The Cubs were indeed in on Josh Johnson, which suggests they’ll have other mid-tier pitching targets.
Rosscup might be the Cubs’ top in-house lefty reliever option. He sure strikes out a hell of a lot of batters.
A lefty back-up catcher with a walk rate approaching 20%? That’s a dude worth a look.
We may finally get a coaching staff announcement soon. Also, RIP to Michael Weiner.
The modifications to the plan include the further wall bump out, and a new sign in place of the abandoned pedestrian bridge.
Cano won’t go away until he signs. And that could be a while.
Fernando Abad looks like a particularly interesting target for the Cubs.
The ridiculous drama takes another turn. The outcome of the hearing process means a lot to the Yankees, and maybe the market.
Wow. That came out of nowhere, and, if it goes down, it’s a huge deal.
The two prospects are thus protected from being selected in the Rule 5 Draft.
Kris Bryant was a top three guy to both rankings services, which should be no surprise.