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CARLOS BELTRAN RUMORS

The Mets in first place: Good for the Squawkers!

Jon is Eeyore, and I am Tigger. But what if Eeyore hassomething to be happy about?When it comes to baseball, I am a solipsist. (Squawker Jon would say that when it comes to pretty much everything, I am a solipsist, but no matter!) So I look at everything on whether it is going to be good for this blog. Ever hear the expression "Is it good for the Jews?" I look to see if it's good...
Via Subway Squawkers
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees trade rumors: Carlos Beltran edition

With right fielder Carlos Beltran set to return as soon as today, the New York Yankees have an interesting decision on their hands. Obviously they will remove somebody from their current roster to pave the way for his activation from the DL, but the bigger question is whether the team should still keep him. At 38 years old with an increasingly frail body, Beltran is better suited...
Via isportsweb.com
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlos Beltran headed to the DL

The New York Yankees lineup took a hit today, as they learned they will be without outfielder Carlos Beltran for the foreseeable future. Beltran left the Yankees contest against the Los Angeles Angles on Tuesday with an apparent injury. He left during the fifth inning, as he aggravated a previous injury to his left rib cage. Beltran had hoped that the injury wasn’t too serious...
Via OutsidePitchMLB
July 03, 2015  |  Discuss

John Sterling says the Yankees will give Carlos Beltran another month

Last year, when John Sterling unveiled his Carlos Beltran homer-hurrah, the Yankiverse went WTF? The Master cried, "UN CORREAZO!" which, Google-translated means... um... somerthing. I forgot. It no longer matters.That's what happens when it's mid-May, and you haven't hit one HR.(Note: John later added "BELTRAN BELTS ONE!," because these days, not only does every Yankee get a...

Carlos Beltran was a Taco Bell fiend in the minor leagues

Carlos Beltran had a pretty remarkable diet when he played in the minor leagues. And when we say he had a remarkable diet, we mean we’re shocked he was able to put together such a fine career given the junk he consumed. The New York Times did a feature Thursday on the Yankees’ attempt to...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 20, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Yankees trade rumors: Are the Yanks done yet?

The New York Yankees have already made four moves in the trade, but I still don’t think general manager Brian Cashman is done yet. Cashman has been actively looking to upgrade his roster after a season filled with injuries and disappointment. Although the trades he has made so far are rather small, it has seemed to help. Their most recent trade was on Thursday for left-hander Chris...
Via isportsweb.com
July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

So excited over Beltran's walk-off, The Master forgot to warble

If you went to bed last night fantasizing about John Sterling's Win Warble - expecting a Godzillian, 7.00-second, shark-nado of vocalization and joy - you'd be surprised.In the aftermath of Carlos Beltran's walk-off off home run, The Master gave no warble, none. He even sort of flubbed Beltran's home run call.Ladies and gentleman, let it be known that John Sterling will call the...

What the hell was John saying with his Beltran home run call?

John Sterling tonight electrified the Sterliverse by unveiling his long-awaited HR call for Carlos Beltran. Keep in mind that this is a call Yankee fans expect to hear at least 30 times this year.But what exactly is it?Is "Un correazo!" John's attempt to say "BELTRAN BELTS ONE!" in Spanish?Or is there a new whips-and-leather component to The Master's game? Later in the game, after...
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
April 09, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Yankees: Season opener up in flames

Season Opener flop Hey Yankees fans. I know you’re feeling it too, that pit in your stomach after your favorite team takes a big hit and loses. Especially when they lose their season opener. So, I wont even ask how you’re doing. But I will ask what the heck man? Where were the Yankees we know and love? A 6-2 loss to the Houston Astros for our season opener is the wrong way to...
Via isportsweb.com
April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Faces in new places: What to expect from Carlos Beltran as a member of the New York Yankees

Carlos Beltran played his best baseball in New York, as a member of the Mets. Now, the soon to be 37 year old outfielder looks to wind down his days with the Subway Series rival New York Yankees. Beltran received a commitment of $15,000,000 per year over the next three seasons to play for the Bronx Bombers, taking him through his age 40 season. We’ve referenced his age twice in...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
January 22, 2014  |  Discuss
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