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DEWAYNE WISE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Dewayne Wise waived: Has the Curse of the IIH/Lunchables Yankee Employee of the Month returned?

 Yesterday brought sad news. The Yankees jettisoned Dewayne Wise, tossing him back into the sea.Listen: This was no Darnell McDonald situation. Dewayne hit big home runs for us. He stole bases, ran down flies, pitched, and starred in one of the most memorable moments of the season - the great non-catch in left field.Gone. Ichiroed. Trade deadline roster move.Cursed?  Later today...
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
August 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Yankees Designate Dewayne Wise For Assignment

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Via Bronx Pinstripes
July 23, 2012  |  Discuss
UTILITY MAN

Yankees OF pitches, retires two hitters

On the cusp of their second straight loss, trailing 14-7 in the 9th inning Yankees manager Joe Girardi was out of options at the pitching position. So he decided to call upon his outfielder Dewayne Wise to take the bump. Now most of us our probably thinking how many hits and runs did Wise give up, but the exact opposite happened. He actually got two pretty good hitters out in Paul...
Via Reading Between The Seams
June 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Little Leaguer winds up with Wise ball

New York Yankees outfielder Dewayne Wise's fake catch became a lesson in fair play for a 7-year-old fan who went home with the ball. Little Leaguer Ben Pikor found himself at the center of a Big League storm after he went home with the baseball that was supposed to be in Wise's glove. After two adults at Tuesday night's Yankees game, won 6-4 by the Bombers, tried to...
Via Fox Sports
June 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Dewayne Wise Should Have Admitted Muffed Catch and Found Better Way to Cheat at Baseball

Baseball is as much a sport of gamesmanship and guile as it is skill and ability, but the sport has long had a line between plucky strategy and just plain cheating. Dewayne Wise crossed that line Tuesday night. Wise, a journeyman who plays for the Yankees about as often as the bench coach, was in left field when a foul ball from Indians third baseman Jack Hannahan looped toward the...
Via NESN.com
June 27, 2012  |  1 Comment

Dewayne Wise fools ump into thinking he made incredible catch

Dewayne Wise hurtled into the left field grandstand at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night in what appeared to be an imitation of Derek Jeter's famous catch against the Red Sox in 2004. The left fielder, however, forgot one important part -- he didn't actually catch the ball. Unbelievably, he was able to sell the grab anyways, and the umpire ruled the Indians' Jack Hannahan...
Via NESN.com
June 27, 2012  |  110 Comments

Word to the (Dewayne) Wise: You are in danger of breaking the Yankee Code of Conduct

There are certain things that players must never do in order to uphold and maintain the clear moral superiority that comes with playing for the fabled New York Yankees.1. Grow facial hair.2. Take steroids.3. Mass murder.4. Wife-swapping. (Banned since 1967)5. Operate dog-fighting rings.6. Lie.Last night, outfielder Dewayne Wise clearly broke one of those rules. He pretended to...

Wise Guy: Ump's Blown Call Makes Dewayne Look Like A Hero

Okay, we all saw what happened. The umpire blew the call and Dewayne Wise was credited with an out, on the way to the Yankees 6-4 win over the Indians last night. Minutes after the call was made, the cries for expanded replay could be heard from all who witnessed the play, the loudest probably coming from the Indians announcers.Expanded replay. There wouldn't be this outcry for...
Via Lady At The Bat
June 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Dewayne Wise gets credit for catch without a ball in his glove (Video)

Third base umpire Mike DiMuro credited New York Yankees left fielder Dewayne Wise with making a catch after leaping into the left field stands in foul territory even though Wise came out of the stands without a baseball in his glove. Your browser does not support iframes. It happened in the top of the seventh inning as Cleveland Indians batter Jack Hannahan hit the ball towards...
Via Holdout Sports
June 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Dewayne Wise makes phantom catch, umpire buys it

Just watch this whole minute and then give me a word to describe the call made by umpire Mike Dimuro.  Yankees left fielder Dewayne Wise made an athletic attempt jumping into the stands to catch a ball hit by Indians third baseman Jack Hannahan. Hannahan was actually ejected by Dimuro for arguing the call.  The Yankees won the game 6-4,
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
June 26, 2012  |  Discuss
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