Tag Archives: David Robertson

The impact of the Andrew Miller signing

Your browser does not support iframes. On Friday, the Yankees made their first big free agent splash of the 2014-2015 offseason, inking Andrew Miller to a four-year, $36M contract. I already profiled Miller when I wrote him up as an … Continue reading

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With or without Robertson, the Yankees bullpen could be worse in 2015

#456407064 / gettyimages.com With a mediocre 84-78 record, and an even more disappointing .478 (77-85) 3rd Order Win%, the 2014 Yankees gave fans plenty to complain about. Their offense was one of baseball’s worst, and thanks to a plethora of … Continue reading

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Free Agent Targets: From the 2014 Club

#458171573 / gettyimages.com After profiling Pablo Sandoval and Andrew Miller, I realized that I’d be remiss to ignore the Yankees own free agents. There are eight 2014 Yankees that filed for free agency who are on both Fangraphs‘ and MLB Trade … Continue reading

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Free Agent Target: Andrew Miller

#454350440 / gettyimages.com Last Friday, I began a series of posts featuring players the Yankees may target in free agency with Pablo Sandoval. Today, with the exclusive negotiating window ending, let’s examine the case for the Yankees to pursue lefty … Continue reading

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Should the Yankees bring back David Robertson?

#455256022 / gettyimages.com The Yankees have a tough decision looming with regards to their current closer, David Robertson. The 29-year-old is slated to hit free agency come season’s end, and he’s likely be paid handsomely. Tasked with the tall order of … Continue reading

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Don’t worry (too much) about the Yankees bullpen

#451668586 / gettyimages.com The Yankees bullpen has really scuffled of late. For the second time in two games, the bullpen cost them the game last night, when Dellin Betances and Shawn Kelley yielded four runs in the bottom of the … Continue reading

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Why the Yankees should lean on their best relievers in 2014

Although the Yankees are pretty well situated in the late innings, their bullpen is likely to be one of their weaknesses this year. David Robertson will slide seamlessly into the closer role, while Shawn Kelley and Matt Thornton should form … Continue reading

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What did the fifth-best farm system in baseball net the Yankees?

Six seasons have passed since Baseball America ranked the Yankees’ farm system fifth-best in baseball in 2008. It was the second straight year the publication pegged the Yankees as such, displaying confidence in the system despite a key graduate in … Continue reading

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2014 projections: Relief pitchers

In the coming days, I will take a look at projected stats for all of the players in big league camp this spring. Yesterday, in the first installment, I broke down what the various projection systems forecast for the Yankees’ starting … Continue reading

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