Friday, July 13, 2018


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David Hale was great for the Yankees for 1 hot minute.  Now he's not... because he's no longer a Yankee.

MLB Trade Rumors writes this:

"The Hanwha Eagles of the Korea Baseball Organization announced yesterday that they’ve signed right-hander David Hale for the remainder of the season... Hale will earn $500K with the Eagles, per the announcement....

Hale’s season is one of the stranger in recent memory; he has as many DFAs on the season as he does Major League appearances (four), but he’ll now have a more stable and more lucrative opportunity in the KBO. He’ll carry a career 4.49 ERA with 6.0 K/9, 3.1 BB/9 and a 51.2 percent ground-ball rate through 192 1/3 big league innings with him to South Korea, where he’ll join the second-place Eagles."

There you have it.  It's over-ville.  Buh-bye.

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