Though Johnny Damon’s agent, Scott Boras, has done his best to spur the Detroit Tigers’ interest in his 36-year old client – GM Dave Dombrowski actually seems somewhat intrigued by the outfielder – according to the Detroit News, the two parties have not had any discussions about Damon’s interest in playing for [...]
Confidence is, of course, central to becoming anything of relevance in the big-leagues, including (and especially) a successful starting pitcher. With a five-man Spring Training competition scheduled to determine the Yankees’ final rotation spot, no one seems more confident about his chances than the young Nebraskan, Joba Chamberlain. Last night, at the Thurman [...]
In the last few weeks, the Yankees have been connected to a lot of outfielders. They signed one, Randy Winn, to a Major League deal and he will be the team’s fourth outfielder. Right now, Rule V Draft pick Jamie Hoffmann is the fifth outfielder the Yankees are going to give him at least Spring [...]
Steve already covered the whole Joba to the bullpen debate this morning, so I am not going to rehash it. However, there was one portion of Joel Sherman’s article from this morning that needed to be addressed:
Because aren’t the 2010 Yanks much better if both Joba and Hughes are in the bullpen? [...]
Are we there yet?
In absurdly inconsequential but slightly amusing news, Scott Hairston and the Padres agreed on a one-year $2.45 million deal through salary arbitration, which means Scott will bring home nearly $500k more in 2010 than older brother Jerry, who spurned the Yankees for the opportunity [...]
Look out, Baseball’s version of Freddy Kruger is sneaking up behind you once again. Speaking to reporters at the annual Thurman Munson awards dinner last night, Joba Chamberlain commented on the issue that never seems to die, Joba the Starter vs Joba the Reliever. Here’s what he said:
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