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Open Thread: 3/11 Camp Notes
Following Monday’s off-day, the Yankees lost 3-2 to the Nationals this afternoon. CC Sabathia looked pretty bad, allowing three runs on four hits and two walks in three innings. He struck out three, threw his new cutter a handful of times out of 61 total pitches, and sat 86-87 mph while touching 89 with his […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Heyman: “Nothing doing” in trade talks about Ichiro
Via Jon Heyman: There is currently “nothing doing” on the trade market for Ichiro Suzuki and it’s likely he will start the season with the Yankees. They’ve been shopping him pretty much all winter, but haven’t gotten any bites. Ichiro, 40, hit .262/.297/.342 (71 wRC+) last season and has been pushed into a fifth outfielder’s […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

2014 Season Preview: The Breakout Candidate
For most of these season preview posts, we’ve been lumping players together based on similar skills or roles or whatever. I was planning to do the same for the breakout candidates as well, but looking over the projected big league roster, not many guys fall into the category. David Phelps and Adam Warren? Yeah, maybe. […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Spring Training Game Thread: Yankees @ Nationals
The Yankees made the cross-state trip to Viera to play the Nationals this afternoon, though the game will not be on television anywhere in New York. It will be on MASN for those of you near the beltway, otherwise it’s MLB.tv or nothing. Here are the Yankees and Nationals lineups. CC Sabathia is starting and, […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Jennings: Turley still shut down with arm tightness
Via Chad Jennings: Left-handed pitching prospect Nik Turley expects to be shut down for another two weeks or so with arm tightness. He has been sidelined since camp started and has not thrown at all. Tests showed no structural damage, the team is just being cautious. Turley, 24, had a 3.88 ERA (4.18 FIP) in […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Outfielders, not only catchers, being showcased for trades this spring
Early on in Spring Training, it was obvious the Yankees were showcasing their young catchers for trades. Gary Sanchez, John Ryan Murphy and Austin Romine were (and still are) playing just about every game, either behind the plate, at DH, or off the bench. It’s no secret the Yankees need infield and bullpen help, and […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Open Thread: 3/11 Camp Notes
Following Monday’s off-day, the Yankees lost 3-2 to the Nationals this afternoon. CC Sabathia looked pretty bad, allowing three runs on four hits and two walks in three innings. He struck out three, threw his new cutter a handful of times out of 61 total pitches, and sat 86-87 mph while touching 89 with his […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Heyman: “Nothing doing” in trade talks about Ichiro
Via Jon Heyman: There is currently “nothing doing” on the trade market for Ichiro Suzuki and it’s likely he will start the season with the Yankees. They’ve been shopping him pretty much all winter, but haven’t gotten any bites. Ichiro, 40, hit .262/.297/.342 (71 wRC+) last season and has been pushed into a fifth outfielder’s […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

2014 Season Preview: The Breakout Candidate
For most of these season preview posts, we’ve been lumping players together based on similar skills or roles or whatever. I was planning to do the same for the breakout candidates as well, but looking over the projected big league roster, not many guys fall into the category. David Phelps and Adam Warren? Yeah, maybe. […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Spring Training Game Thread: Yankees @ Nationals
The Yankees made the cross-state trip to Viera to play the Nationals this afternoon, though the game will not be on television anywhere in New York. It will be on MASN for those of you near the beltway, otherwise it’s MLB.tv or nothing. Here are the Yankees and Nationals lineups. CC Sabathia is starting and, […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Jennings: Turley still shut down with arm tightness
Via Chad Jennings: Left-handed pitching prospect Nik Turley expects to be shut down for another two weeks or so with arm tightness. He has been sidelined since camp started and has not thrown at all. Tests showed no structural damage, the team is just being cautious. Turley, 24, had a 3.88 ERA (4.18 FIP) in […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog

Outfielders, not only catchers, being showcased for trades this spring
Early on in Spring Training, it was obvious the Yankees were showcasing their young catchers for trades. Gary Sanchez, John Ryan Murphy and Austin Romine were (and still are) playing just about every game, either behind the plate, at DH, or off the bench. It’s no secret the Yankees need infield and bullpen help, and […] Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blog



 
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