Tagged: ‘Nelson Cruz’

Mariners Agree to Terms with Orioles’ Nelson Cruz on 4-Year, $57 Million Deal, Yankees Had Interest
December 1st, 2014 at 11:17 AM
It was almost one year ago when Robinson Cano wanted his new team, the Seattle Mariners, to sign other players around him to help their offense. A year later, they listened. ***PHOTO1*** On Monday, the Mariners have agreed to a four-year, $57 million deal with Baltimore Orioles designated hitter and outfielder Nelson...

MLB Rumors: Orioles to Give Nelson Cruz Qualifying Offer; Would Cost Yankees Draft Pick If Signed
October 16th, 2014 at 12:13 PM
Nelson Cruz is one of several hitters about to hit the free agent market once free agency kicks off five days after the World Series ends and teams like the New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners are possibly eyeing up trying to land the 34-year-old slugger. ***PHOTO1*** The Baltimore Orioles, fresh off...

MLB Free Agent Rumors: Yankees Still Expected to Pursue Nelson Cruz Despite Orioles Contract Attempts
October 12th, 2014 at 3:01 PM
Currently, the Baltimore Orioles are desperately trying to lock up leading home run hitter Nelson Cruz with an extension that will keep him in Baltimore past the 2014 season, but given the way his season has gone, he might want to head into free agency and cash in on his...

MLB Free Agent Rumors: Baltimore Orioles ‘Pushing’ to Extend Nelson Cruz; Considered a Yankees Target
October 9th, 2014 at 1:56 PM
According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, the Baltimore Orioles are pushing to complete an extension of potential free agent, Nelson Cruz. Rosenthal's report comes on the heels of the O's re-signing of shortstop J.J. Hardy He was signed this off-season as a free agent by the Orioles to a one...

2015 MLB Free Agents: Yankees Must Make Offense No. 1 Priority in Offseason
October 6th, 2014 at 3:09 PM
A lot of the early chatter during the New York Yankees' young offseason revolves around adding starting pitchers, but it's a big bat that the Yankees should be focused on. ***PHOTO1*** Granted, New York has no shortage of questions in its starting rotation to answer. At one point during 2014, 80 percent of...