Tagged: ‘Baseball’

MLB Hot Stove: Robinson Cano Wants Trade to Yankees; What Will Mariners Do?
November 23rd, 2015 at 4:47 PM
The big news on Monday came down that current Seattle Mariners second basemen Robinson Cano is extremely unhappy with his current situation and would prefer a trade out of town and back to the New York Yankees. ***PHOTO1*** This stems after Seattle had another season without making the playoffs while in the...

MLB Hot Stove: Robinson Cano ‘Very Unhappy’ with Mariners; Would Love to Rejoin Yankees: Report
November 23rd, 2015 at 11:58 AM
So even after getting a 10-year, $240 million contract and are considered the key part to a team in desperate need of offense, it still apparently isn't good enough to make a player happy in general, which apparently is the case for Robinson Cano. ***PHOTO1*** Cano, the once second basemen for the...

MLB Free Agency Rumors: Yankees ‘Possibly Intrigued’ by Scott Kazmir, J.A. Happ
November 23rd, 2015 at 10:32 AM
Given the question marks surrounding CC Sabathia and his ability to be effective in the last two years of his contract for the New York Yankees, it would make sense for them to be interested in a left-handed starter for the 2016 season, as of right now, their rotation is...

MLB Hot Stove: Yankees Unlikely to Sign Either David Price or Zack Greinke in Free Agency
November 23rd, 2015 at 8:20 AM
It's no secret that the New York Yankees want to add more starting pitching and deepen a rotation that has question marks heading into 2016. ***PHOTO1*** The Yankees have reportedly told teams that they want a starter back in any return deal for Brett Gardner; a demand that has yet to be...

Yankees President Randy Levine Calls Comcast ‘Gutless’ in Latest Battle Over Pulling YES Network
November 22nd, 2015 at 2:33 PM
Things have gotten pretty nasty between the New York Yankees and Comcast ever since the company decided to pull the plug on having the YES Network on their service. ***PHOTO1*** This past month, Comcast pulled the plug on YES for over 900,000 subscribers in the New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware area and...