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Rosenthal On Yankees, Acta, Pedro

The latest from Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports...

  • The Yankees' bullpen ranks 12th in the AL with a 6.47 ERA in 64 innings.  Rosenthal learned that GM Brian Cashman isn't interested in any of the available relievers, and the plan seems to be to let them pitch their way out of the funk.  Early offenders include Jose Veras, Edwar Ramirez, and Damaso Marte.  Plus, Brian Bruney is out with an elbow injury.
  • Rosenthal explains some of the criticisms of Nationals manager Manny Acta.  He does not think a firing is imminent, but Acta may not make it through the year.
  • David Ortiz on Pedro Martinez: "When I saw him pitch, I had hot flashes of when he was here."
  • Rosenthal notes the team-friendly nature of Albert Pujols' current seven-year, $100MM contract.








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