As I mentioned on Sunday, Tuesday was a big day for Aroldis Chapman. He had a workout scheduled in front of an impressive list of many prospective suitors, and Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports reports that all went well. He writes:
For the dozens of baseball men wondering whether [...]
I realize this is Yankeeist’s fifth Nick Johnson-related post in the past week, but after yesterday’s moves shrunk the market I can’t help but notice that sentiment for a Nick the Stick return to pinstripes across Twitter, blog comment sections and blogs themselves is growing quickly.
After a ridiculously busy Monday that saw the signing of the top pitcher on the market, a blockbuster 3-team deal, and the news that the Cardinals may offer Matt Holliday an 8-year deal, the hot stove is still burning. While Boston made some big acquisitions yesterday in the form of John Lackey and Mike Cameron [...]
Given that I was just talking about them this morning, it seems only fitting that Matt Holliday’s and Ben Sheets’ names popped up again today. This isn’t exactly new news, but the Cardinals have supposedly offered Holliday an eight-year, $128 million deal, which, if true, means that Holliday will [...]
With John Lackey, Roy Halladay, Mike Cameron and Hideki Matsui removed from the market, and with former Red Sox Jason Bay poised to sign with the Mets, one cannot help but to wonder about Matt Holliday’s future. The market for his services has essentially thinned out in just a few days, as [...]
All across our own comments, twitter, and the larger blogosphere, I’ve heard a lot of “Oh shit! We’re screwed” panic from Yankee fans yesterday. I think that the Yankees are still favorites over the Boston Red Sox, assuming they sign a decent LF or DH instead of letting Juan Miranda fill the spot. Here are ten reasons [...]
The Blue Jays, Phillies and Mariners are close to agreeing to a three-team deal that has Roy Halladay heading to the Philadelphia, Cliff Lee going to Seattle and a boatload of prospects suddenly in need of the Dollars-to-Loonies exchange rate. No one seems entirely [...]
-The power has shifted in the AL West race, and fairly dramatically. Cliff Lee going to Seattle and Lackey leaving the Angels for Boston is a big swing in Seattle’s direction. Seattle now boasts arguably the best 1-2 punch in all of Baseball with Lee-Hernandez atop their rotation, and will therefore be extremely dangerous should [...]
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