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Monday, November 12, 2012

BLEEDING YANKEE BLUE PLAYER TRACKER #6


Andy Pettitte:  Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.com says that the Yankees believe that Andy Pettitte will return. Read HERE. Pettitte is going through his usual "family or Yankees" off season dance right now, we've seen it before with him, but hopefully he'll be back... we need him.  My personal opinion is the broken ankle set Andy back and he probably feels like he has unfinished business in the Bronx. I hope I'm right.


Shaun Marcum: The Toronto Blue Jays may want Marcum back after he's had a few successful years on the Brewers. Marcum could definitely help the Jays in the AL East. Read about it on Hardball Talk HERE.


Adam LaRoche: Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo believes that resigning LaRoche this winter has to happen.  LaRoche declined the Nationals qualifying offer last week.  You can read Jim Bowden of ESPN Radio's Tweet HERE.Truth be told, the Red Sox may also be looking at LaRoche for first base as well, read HERE.


Edwin Jackson: Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com believes Jackson may be a good idea for the Balitmore Orioles to give alittle stability to their rotation. Read HERE. Sure, at the end of the day, it's up to the Orioles, not Ghiroli, but you just never know, it's a great idea.


Joakim Soria: The Reds will make a pitch for Soria so they can stabilize their bullpen a bit. The reason is because they are considering making Aroldis Chapman a starter.  Read about it from Ken Rosenthal's Tweet HERE.


Mike Napoli: The Red Sox may reach out to Napoli as a first base option.  The only problem is Napoli prefers to play catcher.  The Sox just signed David Ross, and they already have Jarrod Saltalamacchia so, we'll have to see if anything comes from this.  It's interesting though. Read about it HERE.

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