Tagged: ‘Robinson Cano’

The best seasons at each position by a Yankee during the RAB era
February 22nd, 2017 at 4:18 PM
***PHOTO1*** The 2017-18 international free agent class and the Shohei Otani question 2007 A-Rod was a hell of a thing. (NY Daily News) RAB celebrated its tenth birthday Monday. Tenth! I can't believe it. Ben, Joe, and I started this site as a hobby and it grew into something...

Yankees Third Basemen Chase Headley is Stephen Drew 2.0
February 14th, 2017 at 2:41 PM
***PHOTO1*** The Yankees, more so than any position, will have their eyes fixed on third base this season. Other positions may be up for grabs going into spring training and the season, but nowhere on the diamond are Yankee fans clamoring more for a position change than at third base. Of all...

Ex-Yankees’ Robinson Cano Becomes All Time A.L. Home Run Leader for Second Baseman (Video)
June 19th, 2016 at 3:10 PM
Robinson Cano continues to put together another tremendous season and potential MVP one as he ranks toward the top of the American League in home runs. ***PHOTO1*** On Friday night at Fenway Park, the former New York Yankees second baseman, now Seattle Mariners second baseman launched a solo home run over the...

Five New York Yankees Players Listed on Forbes Top 100 Highest Paid Athletes in World
June 13th, 2016 at 1:55 PM
With the second largest payroll in all of Major League Baseball, the New York Yankees have a lot of high-paid players currently on their roster, which comes as no shock to anyone. ***PHOTO1*** Five current players from the Yankees were part of Forbes' Top 100 Highest Paid Athletes list in 2016, although...

Robinson Cano Would Have Stayed with New York Yankees for 8-Year, $200 Million Deal: Report
June 1st, 2016 at 8:57 AM
Back in the winter of 2013, the New York Yankees were trying to keep their second baseman and perhaps their best player at the time, Robinson Cano, but because they were bidding against themselves with no other suitors in the mix, they didn't want to increase their offer. ***PHOTO1*** With negotiations stalling...