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Archive of posts tagged Jon Heyman

New York Yankees Hot Stove: Cashman Signs Mets Lefty Reliever

According to Jon Heyman at SI tweeted that the New York Yankees have signed 31-year old, lefty reliever Mike O’Connorto what my guess is a minor league deal. O’Connor pitched 6.2 innings for the New York Mets last season, where he gave-up five hits, two earned runs, three walks and struck out eight batters. Before […]

New York Yankees: CC Sabathia Opts To Stay

If you haven’t heard the good news start spreading it, as CC Sabathia is staying a New York Yankee. All it took was adding another year (with an option of adding a second) and $30 million rise. Sabathia’s new contract, which supersedes the remaining four years and $92 million left his original contract, is for five […]

New York Yankees: Sabathia To Opt Out Tonight

The latest news is that the New York Yankees have made a new contract offer to ace CC Sabathia. NY Times David Waldstein got confirmation that the offer was made over the weekend, but the unidentified source would not give specifics. All MLB player and club options expire at midnight tonight, and according to Jon […]

MLB Trade Rumors: New York Yankees Need To Just Overpay

The New York Yankees, along with the other 29 MLB teams have 13-days till the July 31st trade deadline. According the Yankees GM Brian Cashman, the team will NOT overpay to acquire mid-season talent. Well isn’t it true that when you want something, you have to be willing to pay the price for it? You […]

MLB Trade Rumors: K-Rod Heading To Milwaukee Not The Bronx

Sports Illustrated just confirmed via tweet from writer Jon Heyman, that New York Mets closer Francisco Rodriguez, also known as K-Rod, is starting the second-half in Milwaukee, as a Brewer. K-rod got traded to the Brewers about five minutes after Brewers Prince Fielder hoisted the All-Star Game’s MVP Award, as the NL beat the AL […]

New York Yankees: Signing Carlos Silva Just In Case

Following a horrible Spring Training, the Chicago Cubs released pitcher Carlos Silva despite owing him $11.5 million bucks. Well, MLB Trade Rumors reports that Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated tweeted that Silva has now found a new home with the New York Yankees who signed Silva to a minor league deal with an in-season opt-out. […]