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Former Indians slugger Travis Hafner has joined the Notre Dame College baseball staff, according to the NDC website:
"Travis Hafner will join the NDC coaching staff, Head Coach Len Barker announced Wednesday. While he will focus on working with NDC hitters, he will help out in all areas."
Hafner played 12 seasons in the big leagues with three different teams. He began his...
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Travis Hafner has had some soreness in his right shoulder lately and the Yankees DH is going to attempt to get some answers. Hafner will sit out a few games and undergo an MRI.
Hafner has had a long list of injuries during his career so the Yankees will not push the 35-year-old too hard this early in the season.
The return of Curtis Granderson will allow the...
In the ninth inning of yesterday's bullpen-fueled heart attack, new Yankee Travis Hafner spat upon a grand tradition that extends to the final whiffs of the Giambino Curse: Facing an overwhelming defensive shift - six fielders jammed onto the right side - instead of taking his normal cuts, the honorable strikeout for a Yankee slugger, Hafner laid down a bunt.Naturally, he was...
The New York Yankees have agreed to a contract with Travis Hafner. Hafner will make roughly ....
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The Yankees are still looking for a designated hitter, and it seems they have their eyes fixated on one of the league’s pure DHs.
The Yankees have expressed interest in Travis Hafner, according to MLB.com. WEEI.com’s Rob Bradford reports that the Bronx Bombers might be close to a deal with the free-agent slugger.
It’s hard to imagine, but Hafner once jacked 42 home runs in...
While he was rumored to be in the mix for the Cleveland Indians’ vacant designated hitter job, it appears that long-time Tribe slugger Travis Hafner could be rocking a half-buttoned pinstrip jersey for 2013.
#yankees are talking travis hafner (as @bradfo said), as well as others.
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) January 30, 2013
Hearing #Yankees might be close to deal with Travis...
We thought that Travis Hafner might be joining the Indians today for their series opener with the Angels. Hafner began his rehab stint with the Clippers on June 27th, but has only appeared in two games. He has gone 1 for 6 in those games with an RBI and 2 strikeouts.
With Lonnie Chisenhall’s injury, it was thought Hafner would be brought back quickly. That isn’t the case-
With his two run shot in the ninth inning, Travis Hafner passed Rocky Colavito for ninth place on the Indians’ all-time home run list. Hafner now has 191 career homers for the Indians. (He hit one as a member of the Rangers.)
Hafner now has three home runs on the season. He hit 13 in each of the last two seasons.
He has 12 RBI on the year and an OPS of .860.
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The 2012 season will be an important one for Travis Hafner, as it could be his last as a member of the Indians.
The 34-year-old designated hitter is entering the last year of a four-year 57 million contract. Hafner will make 13 million in 2012. The Indians hold a 13 million club option for 2013. The buyout on the option year is 2.75 million.
Hafner signed that contract in July...