Jacoby Ellsbury

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Jacoby Ellsbury joins New York Yankees

4 December 2013 | 8:41 am Jacoby Ellsbury has a career .431 slugging percentage at the new Yankee Stadium. / Anthony Gruppuso Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sport The New York Yankees, after bluffing that they would slash their payroll this winter, exposed their hand to the baseball world Tuesday night. http://www.dailyworld.com/usatoday/article/3864129&usatref=sportsmod

Klapisch: Jacoby Ellsbury signing magnifies Yankees need for Robinson Cano

4 December 2013 | 5:45 am The Yankees still need starting pitching, of course, but if the budget is no longer an obsession, what the franchise really needs is to walk a straight line to Robinson Cano and sign him. That means now. Cano is still the difference-maker for 2014, the one asset who, paired with Ellsbury and the recently acquired Brian McCann, turns the Yankees into a legitimate threat to the Red Sox. http://www.northjersey.com/columnists/Klapisch_With_Jacoby_Ellsbury_signed_Yankees_need_Robinson_Cano.html

Reports: Red Sox Jacoby Ellsbury to sign with Yankees

4 December 2013 | 5:25 am NEW YORK, Dec. 4 (UPI) — The New York Yankees struck a blockbuster deal with free agent Jacob Ellsbury, MLB.com said Tuesday night. http://www.upi.com/Sports_News/2013/12/04/Reports-Red-Sox-Jacoby-Ellsbury-to-sign-with-Yankees/UPI-21851386134607/

Yankees sign Jacoby Ellsbury to a seven-year, $153 million deal …

4 December 2013 | 4:56 am The deal is the third-richest ever contract for an outfielder, and it's pending a physical that is expected to take place Wednesday. (Chris O'Meara/AP). They were shut out of the postseason for just the second time in the wild  http://mlb.si.com/2013/12/03/yankees-sign-jacoby-ellsbury-to-a-seven-year-153-million-deal/

Yankees sign Jacoby Ellsbury for reported 7 years, $153 million …

4 December 2013 | 4:22 am The former Red Sox center fielder has agreed to terms with the rival Yankees for a reported $153 million over seven years, the largest contract to date signed during the MLB offseason. http://www.sbnation.com/mlb/2013/12/3/5173308/yankees-jacoby-ellsbury-contract

Jacoby Ellsbury contract & Yankees luxury tax ramifications …

4 December 2013 | 4:08 am The Yankees have reportedly spent $153 million on Jacoby Ellsbury and $85 million more for Brian McCann. New York's quest to get under the $189 million competitive balance tax threshold might be no more. http://www.sbnation.com/mlb/2013/12/3/5173066/jacoby-ellsbury-contract-yankees-mlb-luxury-tax-189-million

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3 Responses to Jacoby Ellsbury

  • Quilvio l says:

    Yankees Signed Jacoby Ellsbury? Was This A Good Move? I cant help to think that they gave him to much, $153 and 7 years, plus an option for a 8 year? that could bring it up to $169 million? was this a smart move? also please no boston fans answer this question! of course all your going to do is hate no matter what.

  • Verde Oscuro says:

    Do You Think The Yankees Are Going To Let Robinson Cano Walk? They just signed Brian McCann, and there is a report that they are interested in signing Carlos Beltran, Stephen Drew, Shin-Soo Choo, Joe Nathan, and Jacoby Ellsbury. If that’s true then they might be moving on from Cano. I actually think that would be a much smarter way to go. Why sign one guy for $200+ million when you could sign four or five guys for the same amount of money? Four or five players are obviously going to improve the team more than one player is. I think they might be trying to do exactly what the Red Sox did last year coming off a bad season, and it obviously worked out for the Red Sox. Or who knows, maybe they are dropping the $189 million thing and are pulling a 2009 and will sign all of those players and Cano. What do you guys think, do you think the Yankees are going to let Cano walk? Do you think they should let Cano walk?

    http://tracking.si.com/2013/11/24/yankees-free-agency-carlos-beltran-stephen-drew-jacoby-ellsbury/?section=si_latest

    • Curator says:

      I think they’re going to let him test the market and see if he wants to walk. The market for Cano isn’t as big as he thinks it is, and most of the major players don’t have any interest in him. Red Sox have Pedrioa, and the Phillies are committed to Utley. Tigers just picked up Kinsler and the Rangers are obviously clearing room for Profar. The Dodgers signed Guerrero over the offseason, so he’s the obvious choice at 2nd base, so they won’t make long-term committments there. That just doesn’t leave much room for Cano and the 300 million he thinks he’s going to get. He should have stayed with Boras, because Jay-Z is going to short him a lot of money. I think in the end, Cano may go crawling back to the Yankees for the 160 million they want to offer him.

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