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He had the Yankees' first quality start of the season.
Can't believe there's no thread for him yet. (Though he's already been named Team Bitch once!)
I thought I might as well start it off with these two tweets:
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">"The last time I checked, I'm not God," Joe Girardi said today. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ContextFreeQuotes?src=hash">#ContextFreeQuotes</a></p>— Jared Diamond (@jareddiamond) <a...
He was promoted today. http://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.cgi?id=bleier001ric has his minor league statistics.
Barbato/Shreve make this the best pen we've probably ever had. That being said, our three best players are relievers. That roster construction.
He was promoted and gets his first MLB start tonight if the weather lets the Yankees play. He's batting sixth and is the DH.
He was promoted today. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/r/refsnro01.shtml has his MLB statistics and http://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.cgi?id=refsny000rob has his minor league statistics.
He got his first career win.
i like him, i really do, but sometimes his baseball IQ makes me HATE him
I'm sure Rothschild is going to fix him any day now.
Two run double in first AB, breaking the Keuchel dominant streak of scoreless innings against the Yankees, and already outproducing '15 Yankee 2B. Welcome to the club!
Wasn't sure where to put this article, but it's interesting for its contrasting of the Rays' and Yankees' pitching philosophy
Starting to play better and great steal of home last night!
He made his MLB debut on April 8 without getting a topic here and now he's back.
Says his goal is 200 IP.
Big Mike is looking very Big.
I was surprised not to find a topic for him. He allowed a run without a hit, walk, or hit by pitch, which is the 379th time since 1913 a pitcher did that. It was the second time since 1913 a Yankee did that in a win, and the previous time was Tom Strudivant on August 15, 1956.
Today he gets his tenth career game and first career start.
Nice to see the notoriously slow starting Tex off to a nice start. Just hit HR #2 in game 3, an opposite field 3 run dinger.
So funny to watch him bust out of the box. Mouth breather!
This year could be Beltran's last season. He could end his career with 400HR, 2500H, 1500RBI, 1500R, 300SB. That's a HOF career.
Originally Posted by groundhoggator
Here is the official 40 man roster (a/o 5/20/2016)
Players on 2015 40 man roster
Active Roster = Bold - on 25 man roster
* = on 15 day DL
+ = on 60 day DL
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