Posts Tagged ‘Curtis Granderson’

Friday, April 30th, 2010 by PaulCatalano

Sure, it’s not even a month into the season and it’s far too early to judge any off-season moves. But why not do it anyway. Let’s take a look at how the Yankees off-season moves have panned out so far.

Why Curtis Granderson Might Be The Most Important Yankee

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010 by PaulCatalano

And sure Granderson hit 30 HRs last year. Problem is, he batted a sad .249—the second year in a row his average dropped a sizeable amount. He also only slugged only .453, or about 50 points less than Matsui, or 2 points behind the light-hitting Jeter. His OPS+ was 100 even.

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010 by PaulCatalano

Normally teams that succeed as well as the Yankees did last year don’t perform so much maintenance on their roster, but apparently, the Yankees felt complacency wasn’t an option. The question is now, as we draw closer to “Pitcher & Catchers Reporting”, with all the changes, are the Yankees a better team than they were 3 months ago?

Saturday, December 26th, 2009 by BillChuck

Baseball is filled with individuals and teams who add to their community. Here are just nine, of many, examples…

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009 by PaulCatalano

If one thing has been shown this off-season, it’s that the Yankees, despite assurances that they want to get younger and cheaper, do not trust their farm system.
How else do you explain their trading 2 of their top prospects in the past few weeks? Austin Jackson, (23) long one of their prized position players—the centerfielder [...]

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009 by PaulCatalano

So, Cashman traded a blue-chip prospect, a former no. 1 draft pick who pitched well after arm surgery, an a reliable, young lefty coming out of the pen (lots of those around). All for a center field who gets paid very well and batted .249 last year. The Yankee outfield for 2010 now bats a combined .256. Sweet!!!

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009 by PaulCatalano

So the Yankees are considering a trade for Curtis Granderson. All they have to give up is Austin Jackson and Phil Hughes. Why not throw in Sabathia and the New Yankee Stadium. You know, just to make it fair.