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MLB Offseason Sleeper: Jayson Werth Not Only Richer But Smarter as a National

Initially, when hearing a productive and established player such as Jayson Werth signed with the Washington Nationals, it was bewildering. The Nationals had stunk for years now with the only shining start, pitching phenom Stephen Strasburg already out for the entire 2011 season, as he needed Tommy John surgery. Not good news for any pitcher, […]

2010 MLB Winter Meeting: Donde Estas New York Yankees?

Hasn’t the New York Yankees brass put us fans through enough already? So far, the 2010 offseason has been emotionally draining for those loyal to the pinstripes. To be fair, we were warned the moment owner Hal Steinbrenner uttered the word “messy” pre-captain Derek Jeter’s negotiations. After weeks of vandalizing Jeter, one of the most […]

MLB Hot Sove: Can Money Beat Misery? Just Ask Jayson Werth

When I saw the latest MLB news was that ex-Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Jayson Werth had signed with the Washington Nationals, I ran right to my computer to Google the truth. To my utter disbelief, it was true. Werth signed with the Nationals for the next seven years and $126 million dollar paycheck. Werth had many […]

New York Yankees: Three Possible Cliff Lee Back-Up Plans

MLB free agency has officially started and the New York Yankees have a full plate to say the least. Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte are no longer officially Yankees. Than there is free agent pitching ace Cliff Lee, along with outfielders Carl Crawford and Jayson Werth—who will be the most sought after players […]

New York Yankees: Starting Early Pre-Free Agency Drama

The latest message from the New York Yankees is that they will not be caught up in the bidding for the Philadelphia Phillies‘ Jayson Werth or the Tampa Bay Rays‘ Carl Crawford. Players are not even legal free agents until Saturday at midnight, so shouldn’t their respective teams be allowed to negotiate without the Yankees […]

2011 New York Yankees: Almost Time To Go on Offseason Shopping Spree

Not repeating and no longer reigning as champions was not the game plan the New York Yankees had at the start of the 2010 season. Losing the ALCS to the Texas Rangers was heartbreaking. The Bombers elimination seemed almost unreal, as the Yankees were the stronger ball-club all season long. The blame-game is in full […]