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Robertson Not Over-Analyzing Role of Yanks’ Closer
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — New York Yankees reliever David Robertson is not overanalyzing his role as Mariano Rivera's replacement. Robertson is moving from an eighth-inning setup man to closer following Rivera's retirement. He says "Throwing the eighth or ninth inning, you've still got to get three outs...
Twins Pitcher Met His Future Wife on Twitter
Learning that you've been traded to another team is an inevitable event during the career of a Major League Baseball player. For most players it's just a part of life - a non-event you might say. Not so for former Phillies pitcher Vance Worley when he was traded on Dec. 6, 2012, to the Twins.
Andy Pettitte Comes Out of Retirement, Signs With Yankees
Over thirteen months ago, Andy Pettitte held a press conference at Yankee Stadium to announce his retirement from the game of baseball. He quietly walked away from the game he loved, going down in history as one of the greatest left-handed pitchers in the history of the New York Yankees. Well today, the man who wore jersey number 46 has decided to put on the Pinstripes one more time.
David Robertson Injures Foot
With ownership attempting to trim payroll down to a meager $185 million, many are concerned that 2012 will be the fall of the “Evil Empire” New York Yankees. Well, if that is the case, then I suppose you can chalk David Robertson’s injury up to foreshadowing.

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