Francisco Cervelli

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The Yankees have traded catcher Francisco Cervelli to the Pirates for lefty reliever Justin Wilson. Cervelli is a career .278 hitter across parts of seven big league seasons. He played 93 games for the Yankees in 2010. He has missed a lot of time over his career with injuries - and he was suspended for 50 games in 2013 in connection with the biogenesis scandal...
A-Snitch?
A-Snitch?
It's no secret that Alex Rodriguez is not the most morally upstanding guy in baseball, but he has allegedly stooped to a new low, as he and his inner circle, now stand accused of leaking documents that linked Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun and Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli to Biogenesis. In other words, Alex Rodriguez may have snitched on his own teammate to avoid a lifetime ban from
Francisco Cervelli’s Homerun Celebration Injects Life Into Yankees/Red Sox Rivalry
Francisco Cervelli’s Homerun Celebration Injects Life Into Yankees/Red Sox Rivalry
Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli caused quite a stir during last night's 5-2 win over Boston. After a hitting a homerun in the 5th, Cervelli clapped his hands as he touched home plate.  The next time he was up to bat, Sox starter John Lackey drilled him in the back. Was Cervelli's "celebration" being over the top?
Yankees Early Season Rewind
Yankees Early Season Rewind
The Yankees closed out April and the first day of May in style as they defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 5-2 and win the weekend series 2-1 in games.Yankees have had to deal with some early challenges. Some were easy to predict. But there were a couple of surprises and one BIG shocker that sent a ripple through the Bronx Bombers. So how did the Yankees get to their current 16-9 mark?

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