I have a lot of respect for Jon Heyman. He’s clearly one of the hardest working baseball writers in the national media. To have your research and opinions read and criticized for over thirty years takes an extreme dedication to your job. When dealing with the Trade Deadline or Winter Meetings, Heyman doesn’t appear to [...]
In Jon Heyman’s latest column, he basically reiterates what we’ve been hearing for the last few weeks with regards to Andy Pettitte. Still no official word, but given that Andy’s been working out, he has his family’s blessing and — unless you’re Gil Meche [...]
Here’s an interesting comparison via Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated:
That [Ryan] Howard received $2 million more than [Mark] Teixeira also seems about right under the circumstances. Teixeira has a more diverse set of skills, is slightly younger and signed in New York as a free agent, but he couldn’t make a [...]
My favorite rumor-maven is at again, with a new piece in SI detailing the Yanks desire to have Carl Crawford patrolling Left Field in Yankee Stadium when he becomes a free agent after this season. He writes:
Still, as one competing executive says, “The Yankees absolutely love Crawford.”
Last night, Jon Heyman Tweeted that the Yankee 5th starter race is over. The Yankee blog community was abuzz with the news, thinking that Hughes had won the competition and Joba will be heading to the bullpen. Here’s his Tweet:
joba is out of #yanks rotation [...]
According to “two executives from competing teams” that spoke to Sports Illustrated‘s Jon Heyman (props to RAB), Derek Jeter could seek a six-year contract from the Yankees once he enters free agency at the end of the year. One executive noted, in reference to Jeter’s agent, Casey Close, and the six-year proposal, [...]
Pardon me while I retch, as I can’t say I ever thought I’d be using the word “insight” to refer to anything carrying Jon Heyman’s byline, but I couldn’t help but notice an interesting tidbit in his column on the state of the Yankees yesterday:
“There was a [...]
SI’s Jon Heyman is reporting that A-Rod is ahead of schedule, and will return to action sometime during the first week in May.
Alex Rodriguez and the Yankees have moved up A-Rod’s target date and are now shooting for a return to the team sometime in the first week of May, sources say.
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