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i like him, i really do, but sometimes his baseball IQ makes me HATE him
Says his goal is 200 IP.
Big Mike is looking very Big.
Starting to play better and great steal of home last night!
The Clippard is coming home...
Felt bad for the kid today - between Ellsbury's gaffe, Romine's lousy pitch calling, and silent Yankee bats, he deserved a better fate than the box score will show.
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.
I'm looking forward to A-Rod leading this team into the playoffs once again. A-Rod is a true leader, moral beacon, and indubitably a source of knowledge and guidance for younger players. In fact, you could say that without A-Rod, this team truly would have no chance to win. A-Rod doesn't just help the team as one among the necessary 25 players, but transcends and propels the team metaphysically into victory, by the sheer force of his material impact on history as it unfolds teleologically. ...
He was called up yesterday when Branden Pinder went on the disabled list. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/g/goodyni01.shtml has Goody's statistics from 7 MLB games last year. http://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.cgi?id=goody-000nic has his minor league statistics.
http://m.yankees.mlb.com/news/article/183609394/first-baseman-ike-davis-signs-with-yankees says he was signed. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/d/davisik02.shtml has his career statistics.
Signed today off waivers from Seattle. No word on if reporting to Bronx or Scranton.
He was promoted today. http://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.cgi?id=bleier001ric has his minor league statistics.
Doesn't have his own thread yet?
Well, that was a refreshing turn of events.
He was signed by the Yankees after being released by Boston 3 days ago. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/l/layneto01.shtml has his statistics.
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!
He got his first career win.
He got a hit in his first career plate appearance yesterday. Tonight he's 0-for-4, but after reaching on a fielding error by Alcides Escobar, he scored his first career run, which could be the game-winning run.
This year could be Beltran's last season. He could end his career with 400HR, 2500H, 1500RBI, 1500R, 300SB. That's a HOF career.
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.
5 words: wake up and stop being cheap
He's back after being one of the players acquired for Aroldis Chapman. He has a 5.91 ERA due to having allowed 7 home runs in 35 innings, and Wrigley Field is much deeper down the lines than Yankee Stadium. Does anybody know what the shortest period is of the Yankees losing and reacquiring a player? If a player is designated for assignment, not claimed, goes to a Yankees minor league team, and is promoted again, it doesn't count.
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