Saturday, May 19, 2018


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The Yankees are once again connected to the very talented Cole Hamels.  This nugget is out there, thank God for AJ. Herrmann of YES Network... 2 R's... 2 N's.

"The New York Yankees have long been a team rumored to be searching for another big-ticket starting pitcher, and one prominent left-hander could soon be on the move. Cole Hamels, the 34-year-old Texas Rangers lefty, is one of the high-profile players expected to be dealt now that the Rangers are 'open for business,' per a recent Ken Rosenthal report in The Athletic.

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According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the five likeliest landing spots for the veteran lefty are the Brewers, Cubs, Phillies, Diamondbacks and Yankees ...

The Yankees have the financial flexibility and abundance of prospect talent to swing a deal for an impact arm like Hamels, who owns a career 3.48 ERA in the postseason. This is also not the first time the Yankees have expressed interest in Hamels, so they've done their due diligence in keeping an eye on Hamels over the years."

Photo: A.J. Herrmann with Nick Swisher
That's right, Herrmann credited two very well respected reporters. Yes, this report came from Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic, and Bob Nightengale of USA Today.  That being said... we're giving a plug to YES because we love them. Nothing against Kenny and Bob...

I am curious as to what happens next with this rumor. Could you see Hamels in the Bronx? Comment... and stay tuned.

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