Tag: Chase Headley

Matt Harvey: About Last Night (September 20)

If there was a lesson to be learned from Noah Syndergaard’s start on Saturday, it was don’t come into a game against the Yankees and throw nothing but fastballs and expect positive results. It was a lesson that Matt Harvey took to heart because he came into Sunday’s game and threw Jacoby Ellsbury a slider …

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Steven Matz: About Last Night (September 18)

I’m sure like a lot of people who follow the Mets, I thought this start by Steven Matz (4-0) against the Yankees was a good test for the rookie. It was in the Subway Series, with both teams vying for the playoffs, and if there’s a more electric place than NYC when the games matter …

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Yeah, Severino a Keeper

I don’t know how much Chase Headley‘s error in the second rattled Luis Severino. It probably rattled Yankee fans more than it did Severino because I couldn’t see any indication that Severino knew that he was starting in Yankee Stadium for a first place team against the dreaded Red Sox. He might as well have …

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Yankees Re-sign Headley, Capuano

I’m a little surprised that Chase Headley only received a 4-year/$52 million deal. As the top remaining third baseman on the market, and a solid bet to actually be worth the money he’ll be paid, I felt fairly confident that he’d average in the 15 million dollar range. Of course, that kind of figure would …

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Free Agent Fun with Comps: the Third Basemen

This is part 5 of an ongoing series featuring a breakdown of the current free agent players at each position. Positions completed so far: catchers, first base, second base, and shortstop. As mentioned in my earlier posts, I’m assessing the current free agent players seeking their respective paydays by comparing each player with his historical …

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