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Game 2: TOR vs. NYY -- A rather messy way to win a ball game

It’s not like the day started out any easier. From a near picture perfect Opening Day to the overcast clouds and freezing drizzle of tonight’s game, it seems as if 48 hours does change things. 625 more words

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John Ryan Murphy won the Yankees back-up catcher competition

It was announced that John Ryan Murphy will be Brian McCann’s back-up at catcher for the 2015 season. The Yankees designated Austin Romine for assignment because he is out of options. 334 more words

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Is there any reason to hang on to Austin Romine?

So far this spring, all three of the Yankees young catchers in big league camp have struggled at the plate, continuing the trend from last season. 405 more words

2015 Spring Training

New York Yankees: Chris Young May Have Saved His Job Monday

The New York Yankees do not have a definite fourth outfielder on the team. The last half of the bench after Austin Romine and Alex Rodriguez is still iffy, on paper. 308 more words

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John Ryan Murphy should be the back-up catcher for the Yankees

John Ryan Murphy and Austin Romine will be competing in spring training to be Brian McCann’s back-up at catcher. Murphy, who will be 24 in May, has… 438 more words

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Previewing the 2015 Yankees Depth Chart: The Catchers

The Starter: Brian McCann (.232/.286/.406 ~ 1.8 WARP)

A fringe average regular is not what the Yankees envisioned when they signed McCann to a 5 year $85 million contract last offseason, however that is exactly what they got for much of the season. 814 more words

2015 Depth Chart Preview

Yankees traded Francisco Cervelli to the Pirates for a reliever who can have an impact

On Wednesday, 11/12, the Yankees traded back-up catcher Francisco Cervelli to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Justin Wilson, who is a left-handed reliever.

After acquiring Chris Stewart and Russell Martin, Cervelli is now the third catcher that the Pirates have received who previously played for the Yankees since November of 2012. 624 more words

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