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Reported by MLBTradeRumors.com: MLB.com’s Bryan Hoch posted on his twitter account that NY Yankees utility man Shelley Duncan has elected free agency after being outrighted to the minors the other day. Shelley a fan favorite during his few stints with the Yankees will likely not return to the club and we hope he finds success wherever he may land!
A report by MLBTradeRumors.com mentioned MLB.com’s Dick Kaegel said the Kansas City Royals have REsigned catcher Vance Wilson. I must be honest y’all I wasn’t even aware the ex-Metropolitan was still playing baseball.
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I noticed that we at the Pinstriper were mentioned over at MLBTradeRumors.com today.
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Today was a great day for the Pinstriper, as we were mentioned on MLBTradeRumors.com.
Also today on mlbtraderumors, I saw this article.
Joel Sherman of the NY Post argues that Hideki Matsui (who hit 2 homeruns last night) will not be back next year. His other argument is that Johnny Damon could not be asked back next year, like Bobby Abreu this year.
I’d like to see Damon re-signed, as the Yankees have a choice of him, Jason Bay, or Matt Holliday this offseason.
Personally, out of those three, I choose Damon at this Yankee Stadium. If they make any changes with the walls or anything I choose Bay. If the Yankees choose Bay than the Redsox don’t get him. Of course the Redsox could choose Bobby Abreu, or even one of those three to fill Bay’s spot.
Either way this will be a tricky situation for the Yankees.