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He hit a home run yesterday. He just got his first career outfield assist.
Former A. Now a Yankay.
Positives so far is he's walked 8 times in 11 games & defense looks good. Negatives are he's rocking a .429 OPS and didn't hit in Spring Training. Possibly will be a black hole offensively.
Solarte should get his innings once Tex comes back.
Welcome to the New York Yankees, Mr. Headley.
I can't wait to see him back on the field.
Surprised a 2014 Joe Girardi thread hasn't been started yet (and likely a good sign since the tendency is to use this thread to vent or complain about bad decisions more so than to praise good decisions).
I'll kick it off. Interesting decision to stick with Phelps for as long as he did last night but it worked out.
Just added to the 25 man and will start tomorrow's game pushing back Shane Green and putting Whitley in the pen.
He was promoted and Shane Greene was sent down. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/l/lerouch01.shtml has Leroux's career statistics.
https://twitter.com/Ken_Rosenthal says the Yankees traded Vidal Nuno for Arizona's Brandon McCarthy. McCarthy is tied for the second most hits allowed, earned runs, and losses. The only pitcher who has allowed more hits and more earned runs is Ricky Nolasco, who the Yankees face today. McCarthy has a 5.01 ERA compared to 5.42 for Nuno. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/m/mccarbr01.shtml has McCarthy's statistics. McCarthy's fielding independent pitching (FIP) of 3.79 is 1.22 better...
Good start to the season by Ichiro. Expect him to have a bounce-back season, even in limited playing time.
Did his best impression of David Robertson last night.
Does this offense lead the league in GIDP ? It seem like they hit one everytime with men on base.
Nothing major for any of the regulars here. Don't panic folks. ;)
I thought it would be a good idea to open one of these for 2014 on a very slow note. Hopefully this year's thread will be less than 1/10th of what last year's was like.
This thread is just as much about who made the opening day roster as who didn't. Let's hope Yangy becomes a fixture here.
Missed the game today. Caught the highlights. He hit the snot out of that one.
https://twitter.com/YankeesPR/status/476863403676684288 says he was acquired from San Francisco for cash considerations. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/h/huffda01.shtml has his career statistics.
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