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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

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


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


The New York Yankees - September Update

As the 2014 season draws to its conclusion and the Yankees role in that season has already ended, it merely remains for us to look at the month of September. 562 more words


Game 162: That's all, folks.

It’s been an interesting season.  I’m upset we’re not going to the playoffs, because I would have liked to see Derek Jeter’s final season end in a slightly less depressing fashion, but at least we ended the year with a win and finished above .500, which were two things I wanted to see happen above all else.  254 more words


Game 161: NYY vs. BOS -- How to lose a game: shoddy pitching & sloppy errors in one inning

Okay, let me get this out of the way… Yes, Derek Jeter played in Fenway today, as the DH, taking 2 at-bats and going 1-for-2 with a… 893 more words