The New York Post and ESPN.com reported that tomorrow the greatest closer to ever played the game, New York Yankees Mariano Rivera will officially announce that he is hanging up his glove at the end of this 2013 season. Joel Sherman of the NY Post learned that Rivera had had recently asked to speak privately [...]
Since my mind has been on the New York Giants and Super Bowl XLVI, I neglected to comment on New York Post Joel Sherman’s tweet from this past Sunday, about the Yankees signing reliever Manny Delcarmen to a minor league deal. Truthfully, I didn’t realize Delcarmen still pitched because I hadn’t heard his name since [...]
“The Yankees made two big moves this offseason. Keeping CC, and I expect to be who I have been in the past.” That was the first quote New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez offered up to the NY Post’s Joel Sherman in an exclusive interview from this past Sunday’s paper. A-rod told Sherman how last year was [...]
New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes has not looked like the 18-game winning player from 2010, not even for a moment.
Hughes did not have a good Spring Training, but to be fair that is what the time is allocated for, guys to get ready for the regular season.
Free agent pitcher and ex-Baltimore Oriole Kevin Millwood is back or never left the New York Yankees radar. According to Joel Sherman of the NY Post the Yankees attended a showcase for pitcher Kevin Millwood on Wednesday at UC-Irvine, according to a source. Early in the winter, Millwood rejected a minor league offer from the [...]
New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman is still in talks with veteran pitcher Kevin Millwood, who wants $4-$5 million for the 2011 season. NY Post’s Joel Sherman confirmed this: The Yankees definitely have interest in lingering free agent Kevin Millwood. But they remain adamant that they will not pay a significant amount for him and [...]
Image via Wikipedia New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman signed another ex-superstar to a minor-league deal, ex-Angels-White Sox-Red Sox pitcher Bartolo Colon. Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports that Colon will earn $900K in the majors and has the right to be released if he isn’t on the team after Spring Training. Is [...]