It was reported earlier in the week that former all-star and all-time Yankees Legend Derek Jeter and former politician and 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush had teamed up in their attempts to purchase the Miami Marlins, and it was announced today that their group had won the auction to purchase
MLB debut at age 27, Rookie of the Year award and MVP at age 27, 10 consecutive seasons of 200 hits, 10 consecutive golden gloves, all-time record for hits in a season (262), and 508 career stolen bases. Can you guess who it is?
It’s the one and only: Ichiro Suzuki.
Ahh Spring Training. We’re just a few days away from pitchers and catchers reporting, and the rest of the players will report not long after that.
I don’t know how anyone else feels, but once the players start to report to play some baseball, life just instantly gets better. The air
What would happen to a GM if he decided to trade a player who has a Rookie of the year award, five straight top-two finishes in the MVP voting including two wins, five silver sluggers, five all-star appearances, a triple slash line of .306/.405/.557, 168 career homeruns, and 497 RBI’s?
Chris Davis hit .221 and struck out 219 times. Hyun-soo Kim only had 22 RBI's in 95 games. Matt Wieters hit .243 and only played 117 games at catcher. No starter pitched over 180 innings or had an ERA lower than 3.61. The two best parts of their roster only
Yankees fans rejoice! The Cuban Missile returns to the Bombers on a 5 year, 86 million dollar deal. The deal includes a no-trade clause for three years, and he cannot be sent to any California teams at all. There is also an opt-out after 3 years.
After missing one month due
On the first day of the winter meetings, the New York Yankees have agreed with free-agent outfielder and seven-time all-star Matt Holliday on a one year deal worth 13 million dollars. Holiday will serve as the DH unless a trade of Brett Gardner happens. Even then Holiday will most likely
84, 680, 704, 183, .252, 4.16. That’s the wins, runs scored, runs allowed, home runs, batting average and ERA for the 2016 New York Yankees. That’s a very unusual stat line to see when you’re a lifelong Yankee fan. 2016 and 2014, 84 wins in both those seasons, were a