AL East Notes: Reynolds, Keppinger, Rivera

Joe DiMaggio hit the first of his 361 career home runs against the Athletics on this date in 1936. The present-day Yankees and C.C. Sabathia host David Price and the Rays tonight in New York. Here are some AL East-related links in the meantime…


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4 Comments on "AL East Notes: Reynolds, Keppinger, Rivera"


Metsfan4ever
3 years 3 months ago

I am pondered in how Miguel Tejada would start over mark reynolds but thats beside the fact. Also the Rays are a incredible team i don’t know why they rely on Jeff Keppinger so much.as for the Blue Jays i feel that is a great signing!

harrigang
3 years 3 months ago

Keppinger is a true contact hitter. He doesn’t strike out that much, and the Rays have too many strikeouts with players like Peña, Scott, Upton, etc. Plus, he can play multiple infield positions. Didn’t cost that much to get him and he’s done an alright job.

Double_Up
3 years 3 months ago

Guerrero will be very good, a lot motivating him.  And he is a very good hitter, Arizona even liked his fielding ability.  Are the Blue Jays thinking of a 1B role in the future, even?

chee1rs
3 years 3 months ago

Pettitte is worth  a lot more than $2.5million this season  , he’ll win more  games than some of the stiffs making $12-15million / year are