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3 weeks ago  ::  Jul 10, 2016 - 3:26PM #5101
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Jorge Mateo suspended by Yankees for undisclosed violation of team policy


07/06/2016 8:47 PM ET

By The Associated Press





Mateo will also not be participating in the Futures Game.(AP)





CHICAGO (AP) - The New York Yankees have suspended promising prospect Jorge Mateo two weeks for an undisclosed violation of team policy.


The team also announced Wednesday the 21-year-old shortstop will not participate in the All-Star Futures Game in San Diego next week.


A native of the Dominican Republic, Mateo is batting .266 with five homers, 34 RBIs and 26 steals in 76 games for Class A Tampa. In 2015, he led all minor leaguers with 82 steals.


Mateo signed with the Yankees as a free agent in January 2012.



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2 weeks ago  ::  Jul 12, 2016 - 5:22PM #5102
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New York Yankees Trade Deadline Flashback: 2014


Chase Headley and three others came aboard for the '14 stretch run


07/12/2016 11:29 AM ET

By Lou DiPietro





Chase Headley had a walk-off hit in his first game with the Yankees.(AP)





With the All-Star break upon us, the trade deadline becomes the next MLB milestone to look forward to, and there's sure to lots of activity around the league over the next two to three weeks.

But how much activity, and if any what kind, will there be in the Bronx?


The Yankees enter the 2nd half with an even 44-44 record, sitting in 4th place (7 1/2 games back) in the AL East and 5 1/2 games out of a wild-card spot - but no one, perhaps even GM Brian Cashman, knows yet whether they will be buyers or sellers come August 1st.


Cashman always talks of incremental upgrades, and after standing pat in 2011, the Yankees have made eight trades in the period between the All-Star Game and the trade deadline over the last four seasons. In the interest of history, we will spend this year's break looking back at the principals in those deals, how they did, and where they are now - and after chronicling the 2015 Dustin Ackley deal on Monday, we continue today with the quartet of trades the Yankees made in 2014.


July 22: Yankees acquire 3B Chase Headley from San Diego for IF Yangervis Solarte and RHP Rafael De Paula
A pretty good haul for the Yankees in 2014 started with Headley, who made an immediate impression the day he came to New York by entering the Yankees' game with the Rangers in the 8th and smacking a walk-off single in the 14th inning. Headley hit .262 with 6 HRs and 17 RBIs down the stretch, earned a 4-year deal that winter to remain at the hottest corner in the Bronx, and over the last 2 years, he has posted a .259-11-62 line in 156 games in 2015 and a .255-7-27 line in 80 of the team's 1st 88 games this season.


On the other side, Solarte, who the Yankees had signed as a minor-league free agent prior to the 2014 season, has been a key contributor to the Padres; in 257 games over his parts of 3 seasons in SD, he has hit .274 with 26 HRs and 115 RBIs, playing mostly 3rd base (with stints at 1st, second, short, and in left field as well) and even serving as the Padres' cleanup hitter during the recent Yankees series in San Diego.


De Paula, meanwhile, went 2-4 with a 6.54 ERA in 8 starts at Class-A Advanced Lake Elsinore after the trade, and was moved to the bullpen there last season in the midst of a 5-9, 5.01 ERA campaign. So far this year, he is 3-2 with a 2.65 ERA in 27 relief outings at Double-A San Antonio, and he pitched a scoreless inning in his 1st-ever (and so far only) Triple-A outing with El Paso back in May.


July 24: Yankees acquire LHP Chris Capuano from Colorado for cash
The Yankees needed as many starters as they could fins in 2014, and Capuano was very serviceable, as he went 2-3 with a 4.25 ERA in 12 starts down the stretch. He re-signed in 2015 but couldn't find the same success, starting the season on the DL with a quad strain and eventually going 0-4 with a 7.97 ERA in 22 games (4 starts) while getting designated for assignment four times.


To Capuano's credit, he accepted an outright assignment to Triple-A each time and was sharp in Scranton, going 2-1 with a 1.67 ERA in 6 total starts there. The lefty signed a minor-league deal with Milwaukee last winter, made the Opening Day roster, and went 1-1 with a 4.12 ERA in 16 relief outings, but he landed on the DL on May 26th with a left elbow flexor strain and may miss the rest of the season.  


July 31: Yankees acquire UTIL Martin Prado from Arizona for UTIL Peter O'Brien and a PTBNL; Yankees acquire SS Stephen Drew from Boston for IF Kelly Johnson
Prado was a 3rd baseman in Arizona and Drew was a shortstop in Boston, but as it turned out, those were old titles by the time the season was done. Prado was a true utility man for the Bombers, playing 3rd, 2nd, and both outfield corners, and he hit .316 with 7 HRs and 16 RBIs in 37 games before appendicitis ended his season early; Drew, meanwhile, slid over to 2nd base to be Derek Jeter's final full-time keystone combo mate, and he hit .150 with 3 HRs in 46 games.


That appendectomy was also the end of Prado's Yankees career, as he was traded to Miami that winter in the Nathan Eovaldi deal, and he has since hit .302 with 11 HRs and 93 RBIs in 211 games for the Marlins, all but 11 of them at 3rd base.


Drew, who was a free agent that winter, did come back for another year with the Yankees, and he hit .201 with 17 HRs and 44 RBIs in 131 games, mostly at 2nd with some time at short and 3rd mixed in. He signed with the Nationals last winter, and he hit .242 with 7 HRs and 16 RBIs in 48 games as a utility infielder in the 1st half.


As for those who left the Yankees, the PTBNL never materialized in the Arizona deal, but O'Brien sure did. Injury limited him to just 4 games at Double-A Mobile after the trade in 2014, but he has spent most of the last 2 seasons at Triple-A Reno, hitting .294 with 44 HRs and 163 RBIs in 187 games.


He also has 29 games of MLB experience, going 11-for-67 (.164) with 5 HRs and 11 RBIs in that time, and while he was drafted as a catcher, he has only caught 14 games since the trade (all in the Minors), instead playing 1B and both outfield corners with the D-Backs' farm teams and LF  (with 1 inning at 1st) in the Majors.


Johnson, meanwhile, has been traded 3 times since the Drew deal, the 1st coming a month later when the Red Sox flipped him to Baltimore, and the other 2 coming in the middle of the last 2 seasons, each time seeing the Braves flip him to the Mets.


In that span, Johnson hit .203 with 1 HR and 5 RBIs in 29 games for Baltimore/Boston in 2014 and .265 with 14 homers and 47 RBIs in 111 games for the Mets and Braves last season, and he has a .243-4-15 line in 74 outings with those same 2 clubs this season, seeing field time at 5 positions (1st, 2nd, short, and both outfield corners).




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2 weeks ago  ::  Jul 12, 2016 - 5:46PM #5103
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New York Yankees Trade Deadline Flashback: 2015


Dustin Ackley was the lone acquisition for the Bombers last July


07/11/2016 11:29 AM ET

By Lou DiPietro





Dustin Ackley has hit .212 in 51 games with the Yankees.(AP)





With the All-Star break upon us, the MLB trade deadline becomes the next MLB milestone to look forward to, and there's sure to lots of activity around the league over the next 2 to 3 weeks.

But how much activity, and if any what kind, will there be in the Bronx?


The Yankees enter the 2nd half with an even 44-44 record, sitting in 4th place (7 1/2 games back) in the AL East and 5 1/2 games out of a wild-card spot - but no one, perhaps even GM Brian Cashman, knows yet whether they will be buyers or sellers come August 1st.


Cashman always talks of incremental upgrades, and after standing pat in 2011, the Yankees have made 8 trades in the period between the All-Star Game and the trade deadline over the last 4 seasons. In the interest of history, we will spend the next 4 days looking back at the principals in those deals, how they did, and where they are now - and we start today with last year's acquisition.


July 30: Yankees acquire UTIL Dustin Ackley from Seattle for RHP Jose Ramirez and OF Ramon Flores
Ackley was meant to take over the utility role Garrett Jones had filled for the 1st few months of 2014, and with 2015 plus 2 full years of team control left, Ackley was considered a bargain return for 2 players who were part of positional logjams and would be out of minor-league options the next spring.


After just 2 games as a defensive replacement, a back injury shelved Ackley for close to a month, and he'd have to wait until September to make an impact with the Yankees; that's exactly what he did, though, hitting .288 in 23 games down the stretch while playing 1B, 2B and LF.


This year, Ackley knew from the jump he was likely to be in a super-utility role again, but he got very limited playing time to start, and he hit just .148 in 28 games before a torn labrum in his shoulder ended his season on Memorial Day. That injury may also have ended his tenure with the Yankees, as given the recovery time needed to return from that injury, he could be a non-tender candidate if the Yankees need to open a 40-man roster spot this winter.


On the other side, Ramirez, who had allowed 5 runs in 3 outings with the Yankees last year, went on to post an 11.57 ERA in 4 2/3 innings for Seattle and a 9.00 ERA in 9 games with Triple-A Tacoma. He was traded to the Braves last winter, and after 2 rough outings in April (6 runs allowed in 2 innings), he has spent the rest of the 1st half with Triple-A Gwinnett, going 2-2 with a 2.12 ERA and 5 saves in 30 games.


Flores, meanwhile, hit .423 in 14 games in Tacoma after the trade before an injury ended his 2015, and he was traded to the Brewers this winter, where he made the Opening Day roster and has hit .221 with 1 HR and 17 RBIs in 79 games as the Brewers' 4th outfielder.



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2 weeks ago  ::  Jul 12, 2016 - 6:03PM #5104
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From MLB RUMORS: EX-YANKEES IN THE NEWS





  • 2B baseman Cole Figueroa has elected free agency instead of an outright assignment to Triple-A from the Dodgers, per an announcement. Los Angeles designated the 29-year-old for assignment Friday after claiming him off waivers from the Pirates two weeks ago. Figueroa has picked up only 84 major league trips to the plate, but he has produced a respectable .288/.356/.376 line in nearly 2,000 Triple-A PAs.




    Right-hander Vinnie Pestano has been released by the Yankees. The 31-year-old opened the season at Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and enjoyed a strong April, pitching to a 3.38 ERA with 16 strikeouts and 1 walk in 10 2/3 innings but he hasn’t pitched for the club since due to injury. Pestano has 6 seasons of big league experience and has worked to a 2.98 ERA with 10.8 K/9 and 3.9 BB/9 in 202 2/3 innings at the big league level.





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    Indians Release Joba Chamberlain



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    The Indians have released veteran reliever Joba Chamberlain, according to the team’s official transactions page.  MLB.com’s Jordan Bastian reports (Twitter link) that Chamberlain elected to become a free agent rather than an accept an outright assignment to the minors.  Cleveland designated Chamberlain for assignment earlier this week.


    Chamberlain posted a 2.25 ERA in 20 innings out of the Tribe’s bullpen this season, though ERA predictors (3.83 FIP, 4.27 xFIP, 4.35 SIERA) weren’t as impressed with the right-hander’s work.  Chamberlain benefited from a .216 BABIP and he had some control issues, as evidenced by a 4.95 BB/9.  Still, the 30-year-old posted an 8.10 K/9 and 52.9% grounder rate, and was still averaging 93.4 mph on his fastball.


    It was exactly 1 year ago that Chamberlain was released by the Tigers, and he has since pitched for the Blue Jays (in the minors), Royals and Indians in that timeframe. Despite his rather up-and-down track record as a reliever, Chamberlain’s 2016 numbers and past status as one of the game’s top prospects make him a pretty good bet to catch on with another team in need of bullpen help.  Chamberlain guaranteed himself a $1MM salary for 2016 (plus $2MM in incentives) by making Cleveland’s roster, so the Tribe will be on the hook for the approximately $460K still owed, while another team can sign Chamberlain for just a prorated minimum salary.




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2 weeks ago  ::  Jul 16, 2016 - 4:24PM #5105
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New York Yankees Trade Deadline Flashback: 2012


A future Hall of Famer was a mid-season addition to the 2012 AL East champs


07/14/2016 11:29 AM ET

By Lou DiPietro





Ichiro and his sweet swing came east in July 2012.(AP)





With the All-Star break upon us, the trade deadline becomes the next MLB milestone to look forward to, and there's sure to lots of activity around the league over the next two to three weeks.


But how much activity, and if any what kind, will there be in the Bronx?


The Yankees enter the second half with an even 44-44 record, sitting in fourth place (7 1/2 games back) in the AL East and 5 1/2 games out of a wild-card spot - but no one, perhaps even GM Brian Cashman, knows yet whether they will be buyers or sellers come August 1.


Cashman always talks of incremental upgrades, and after standing pat in 2011, the Yankees have made 8 trades in the period between the All-Star Game and the trade deadline over the last 4seasons. In the interest of history, we spent this year's break looking back at the principals in those deals, how they did, and where they are now - and we finish today with their 2 2012 deals, including one that brought the man who should be the next member of MLB's 3,000-hit club to the Bronx.


July 23, 2012: Yankees acquire OF Ichiro Suzuki from Seattle for RHPs D.J. Mitchell and Danny Farquhar
In his first 10 seasons in Seattle, Ichiro double-dipped as the 2001 AL MVP and Rookie of the Year Awards, made 10 All-Star appearances, and won 10 Gold Gloves and three Silver Slugger Awards - but he was hitting "only" .261 in 95 games when the Yankees acquired him in July 2012.


Of course, Ichiro was resurgent in that second half, hitting .322 with 5 HRs, 27 RBIs, and 14 steals in 67 games in pinstripes, and he went 11-for-40 with a HR and 5 RBIs in the Yankees' 9 postseason games. He went on to hit .281 overall in 360 games in pinstripes over 2-plus seasons, and now in his 2nd year in Miami, Ichiro enters the All-Star break with a .335 average this season and finds himself just 10 hits away from becoming the 30th member of the 3,000-hit MLB club.


As for what the Yankees gave up? Mitchell, who had made 4appearances with the Yankees that season, spent the rest of 2012 with Triple-A Tacoma, going 3-2 with a 2.96 ERA in eight starts. He split 2013 between the Mariners' and Mets' Triple-A affiliates and has spent the last 3 seasons in independent ball, pitching to a 3.85 ERA in 55 games (52 starts) with the Atlantic League's Bridgeport Bluefish as of the start of the MLB All-Star break.


Farquhar, who had only been a Yankee for all of 3 weeks before being traded, posted a 0.54 ERA in 12 appearances at Tacoma in the 2nd half, and he would spend all but a few weeks of the next 3 seasons in Seattle's bullpen, going 4-12 with a 3.85 ERA and 18 saves in 155 games. He was dealt to the Rays this past winter in the Nate Karns deal, and he has posted a 6.75 ERA in 11 MLB outings and a 4.18 ERA in 25 outings for Triple-A Durham.


July 31, 2012: Yankees acquire 1B/3B Casey McGehee from Pittsburgh for RHP Chad Qualls
The Yankees acquired McGehee shortly after Alex Rodriguez was lost with a broken hand, and while he was meant to a short-term fill-in for A-Rod - serving as a quasi-platoon partner with lefty Eric Chavez at 3rd while also helping to fil Chavez's original role as Mark Teixeira's backup at 1st - he stuck around the rest of the way because A-Rod didn't return until September and Teixeira played in just 4 of the Yankees' final 34 games due to nagging leg injuries.


That said, McGehee hit just .151 with 1 HR in 22 games in pinstripes and was not on the postseason roster, and he's had quite the career roller coaster since. The ascent of that roller coaster started in 2013 in Japan, where he hit .292 with 28 HRs and 93 RBIs on a Rakuten team that also included past and future Yankees Andruw Jones, Darrell Rasner, and Masahiro Tanaka, and the following year, he came back to the States, hitting .287 in 160 games as the Marlins' everyday 3rd baseman and leading the NL in hits for much of the season before ultimately finishing fourth.


Since then, though, McGehee has been on the downswing; he split 2015 between the Giants and Marlins, hitting just .198 with 2 HRs in 109 games, and he has spent most of the 1st half of 2016 with the Tigers' Triple-A affiliate in Toledo, where he has hit .327 with 5 HRs and 38 RBIs in 85 games. McGehee does also have 1 MLB plate appearance this year, grounding out as a pinch-hitter in the 9th inning of the Tigers' June 18th loss in Kansas City.


As for Qualls, he, like Farquhar, was only a short-term Yankee, having been acquired from the Phillies on July 1st. He posted a 6.59 ERA in 17 games out of the Pirates' bullpen after the trade, then spent 2013 in Miami (pitching to a 2.61 ERA in 66 outings) and 2014-2015 in Houston (3.84 ERA and 23 saves in 118 games) before landing with in Colorado, where he has posted a 5.84 ERA in 35 games this season.



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2 weeks ago  ::  Jul 16, 2016 - 4:29PM #5106
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New York Yankees Trade Deadline Flashback: 2013


The Yankees' lone deal brought a fan favorite back home


07/13/2016 11:29 AM ET

By Lou DiPietrol





Thanks to a 2013 deadline deal, Alfonso Soriano got to finish his career in pinstripes.(AP)





With the All-Star break upon us, the trade deadline becomes the next MLB milestone to look forward to, and there's sure to lots of activity around the league over the next 2 to 3 weeks.


But how much activity, and if any what kind, will there be in the Bronx?


The Yankees enter the second half with an even 44-44 record, sitting in fourth place (7 1/2 games back) in the AL East and 5 1/2 games out of a wild-card spot - but no one, perhaps even GM Brian Cashman, knows yet whether they will be buyers or sellers come August 1st.


Cashman always talks of incremental upgrades, and after standing pat in 2011, the Yankees have made 8 trades in the period between the All-Star Game and the trade deadline over the last 4 seasons. In the interest of history, we will spend this year's break looking back at the principals in those deals, how they did, and where they are now - and after chronicling the 2015 Dustin Ackley deal on Monday and the 4 2014 deals on Tuesday, we continue today with the lone 2013 trade that brought a familiar fan favorite back to the Bronx.


July 26: Yankees acquire OF Alfonso Soriano from the Chicago Cubs for RHP Corey Black
After 6-plus years of tearing it up in Chicago, Soriano finally got to come home, the still-rebuilding Cubs trading Alfonso (and enough cash to offset about two-thirds of the $23 million or so left on his 8-year deal through 2014) back to the Bronx in the thick of a playoff chase.


The Yankees of course wouldn't reach the postseason, but that wasn't for lack of offense from Soriano; reinvigorated by his return to New York, Soriano posted almost an exact carbon copy of his line from 1st half in Chicago, hitting .256 with 17 HRs and 50 RBI sin 58 games (as opposed to a .258-17-51 line in 93 games with the Cubs).


Unfortunately, Soriano couldn't recapture the magic in 2014; he hit just .221 with 6 HRs and 23 RBIs in 67 games before being designated for assignment in July, and after being released, he sat out the 2nd half and ended up retiring from baseball.


On the other side, Black, who had been the Yankees' 4th-round pick in 2012, stayed in the Florida State League and swapped coasts from Tampa to Daytona; he went 4-0 with a 2.88 ERA in 5 starts for the junior Cubs after the trade to help them win the FSL title, and he spent the next 2 seasons in Double-A, going 6-7 with a 3.47 ERA as a starter in 2014 and 3-5 with a 4.92 ERA after moving to the bullpen in 2015.


Black has so far split this season between Double-A Tennessee and Triple-A Iowa, posting a 3.18 ERA and 8 saves in 20 Double-A games and a 7.71 ERA and 3 saves in 11 games with Iowa.



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4 days ago  ::  Jul 24, 2016 - 1:17PM #5107
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New York Yankees recall Chad Green, option Nick Goody to Triple-A


07/21/2016 12:18 PM ET

By Lou DiPietro





Green has made three starts and one relief appearance for the Yankees this season.(AP)





NEW YORK - The New York Yankees made a roster move prior to Thursday's series finale with the Orioles, recalling RHP Chad Green from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and optioning RHP Nick Goody to the RailRiders.


Goody has pitched well in his latest stint with the Yankees, but manager Joe Girardi said prior to the game that the combination of a short bullpen, as well as the numbers game within it, was the reason for the move working out as it did.


"We don't have Dellin (Betances) today, we wouldn't have Goody, and (Anthony) Swarzak is limited, so we felt we needed a right-handed reliever who could give us distance," the skipper said. "We sent Nick down, which was difficult to do because he's pitched extremely well, but we felt that we needed distance. It's tough, but we felt we needed to do it."


Green, 25, has made 3 starts and 1 relief appearance for the Yankees this year, going 1-2 with a 7.04 ERA. He has been mainly a starter with the RailRiders, but is in New York this time specifically for relief purposes.


"We understand that our starters don't really give us seven or eight innings, and we needed someone who can give us distance," Girardi said. "Chad's been a guy who has been pitching well and there's different ways we could use him."


Green is 7-6 with a 1.41 ERA in 15 Triple-A starts but was scratched from a scheduled outing earlier this week, prompting speculation that he could be coming up to make a spot start either today or tomorrow, ostensibly to give Friday's scheduled starter, Masahiro Tanaka, an extra day of rest for his next turn.


Not the case, reiterated Girardi.


"Like I said, we needed a guy, so we figured let's hold him back a little bit," Girardi said of Green being scratched. "I know Tanaka has pitched better this year on extra rest, and I know that's all the speculation, but we brought (Green) up to help us in the bullpen; I'm sure (talk of a spot start) will be kicked around if Green doesn't pitch today, but you need someone to give you distance in your bullpen."


Goody has a 4.32 ERA in 25 innings for the Yankees, that latter total the 2nd-most out of the bullpen by a non-Big 3 reliever. The righty had pitched each of the prior 2 days, striking out the side in the 9th inning of Tuesday's win and throwing a scoreless 8th in Wednesday's victory. 



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4 days ago  ::  Jul 24, 2016 - 1:20PM #5108
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Didi Gregorius named 2016 Heart and Hustle Award winner by New York Yankees


07/20/2016 12:48 PM ET

By A.J. Herrmann





Yankees name SS Didi Gregorius 2016 Heart and Hustle Award winner.(AP)






Didi Gregorius has quickly become a fan favorite in The Bronx for his all-around abilities on the diamond, and recently the 26-year-old Yankees shortstop was named New York's "Heart and Hustle" Award winner for the 2016 season.



Gregorius is on pace for a career year offensively, and has always provided well above-average defense at shortstop after taking over the position of Yankees icon Derek Jeter.


Despite the momentous task of replacing a legend like Jeter, Gregorius has handled the pressure of New York with great aplomb, and has worked his way to becoming a borderline All-Star after slashing .298/.328/.468 with a career-high 11 home runs and 41 RBI over the first half of the season.


The Heart and Hustle Award is awarded by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association, and is given annually to the player from each team who "demonstrates a passion for the game of baseball and best embodies the values, spirit and traditions of the game."


The award was first created in 2005, and last year's overall MLB winner was Cubs 1st baseman Anthony Rizzo.


The Yankees' 2015 nominee was outfielder Brett Gardner, who hustled his way all the way from being a walk-on at the College of Charleston back in 2003 to an eventual World Series champion.


Gardner has earned the coveted nomination on 4 separate occasions, with the other Yankees nominees including Curtis Granderson ('11, '12) and Nick Swisher ('09), as well as Yankee greats Derek Jeter ('06, '08) and Mariano Rivera ('07).


Take a look at Didi's tweet below to see each MLB team's representative for this year's crop of Heart and Hustle nominees, and follow this link for more information about the award.






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4 days ago  ::  Jul 24, 2016 - 1:31PM #5109
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