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Archive for February, 2010

Why We Knew David Cone Would Pitch a Perfect Game »

July 18, 1999 was Yogi Berra Day at Yankee Stadium. When my son Scott had told me in June that we were going to the game, there was the slightest hint that something special might happen.   An Inexplicable Feeling It was a hot, humid day, with the temperature reaching 98 degrees. As soon as we entered the Stadium, Scott and I had an [...]

New York Yankees Sign Chan Ho Park »

If you can’t beat them, join them. Last year, the New York Yankees beat the Philadelphia Phillies and Chan Ho Park in the World Series, so Park figured why not join the team that beat him in the fall classic.   According to Thomas Harding , of MLB.com the Yankees have signed Park to a one-year, $1.2 million contract. Park can also make [...]

Chan Ho Parks At New York Yankees and Signs One-Year »

Washington, DC In the wee hours of Monday morning, 36-year-old former Philadelphia Phillies starter Chan Ho Park agreed to terms with the New York Yankees. The deal is for one year and $1.2 million guaranteed, plus another $300K in incentives for a possible total of $1.5 million. The Yankees have yet to make the announcement, but reportedly [...]

New York Yankees Sign RHP Chan Ho Park »

According to Thomas Harding of MLB.com , the Yankees have signed free agent reliever Chan Ho Park who most recently pitched against the Bombes for the Phillies in the World Series to a one-year $1.2 million contract. Incentives could make the deal worth an additional $300,000. Apparently Park made the announcement at 1:00 am eastern time at his [...]

New York Yankees 2010 Spring Training TV Schedule »

The Yankees start playing spring training games on March 3 against some former-Yankees the Pittsburgh Pirates. It’s going to be a 1:05pm game televised on the YES Network. They play 32 spring games in total and 15 of them will be televised. Here is the schedule . Here is the TV schedule: Wednesday, March 3: 1:05pm vs. Pirates – YES [...]

Johnny Come Lately: Damon Joins Austin Jackson in »

With free-agent outfielder Johnny Damon reportedly signing a one-year, $8 million contract with Detroit, it appears as if two former Yankees will be prowling the Tigers' outfield in 2010. Earlier this offseason, Austin Jackson was traded to Detroit in a three-team deal that also sent pitcher Ian Kennedy to Arizona and outfielder Curtis Granderson [...]

Did Joe DiMaggio Get a Hit? »

Brit Annie Spares is not fond of many New York Yankees. She has said on more than one occasion that she didn't like Joe DiMaggio, but she followed that up by telling anyone who would listen that she admired him more than any player she had ever seen. Brit Annie recalls some anecdotes her mother told her about DiMaggio's great hitting [...]

Johnny Damon Returns to AL Central with the Detroit »

He's baaaaack. Johnny Damon (.282, 24 HR, 82 RBI), who spent the 1995-2000 season with the Kansas City Royals, is returning to the AL Central after signing a one-year deal with the Detroit Tigers. Damon, who turned 36 last November, was also rumored to be negotiating with the Atlanta Braves, but ultimately decided to sign with the Tigers, who [...]

Bronx Baseball Daily 2010 Player Previews »

Over about the last month or so we here at Bronx Baseball Daily have been looking at the players expected to be on the 2010 Yankees Roster. We’ve been evaluating their 2009 season and trying to lay out what the Yankees should expect out of them this season. Make sure you check out all of our previews. Expecting big things out of a certain [...]

Detroit Tigers: Johnny Damon Finds a Home »

After a long winter of speculating about where Johnny Damon would play in 2010, it appears that the two-time World Champion has finally made a decision. The Detroit Tigers have stepped in with an offer that apparently was to Damon's liking. It is reportedly a one-year deal worth about $8 million. All is pending a physical, which sources say [...]

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