Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Yankees, Buehrle, D’Backs

On this date in 2008, construction workers at the new Yankee Stadium site unearthed a Red Sox jersey buried in concrete. The David Ortiz jersey, which was later auctioned off to raise money for charity, was buried by a construction worker who had hoped to jinx the Bombers.  Here’s this week’s look around the baseball blogosphere..

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4 Comments on "Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Yankees, Buehrle, D’Backs"


1 year 4 months ago

The Yankees handled that jersey situation really well by giving it to the Sox to be auctioned off for the Jimmy Fund.

bob
1 year 4 months ago

Should be worried about the blue jays on the road – it’s tougher to use fans to steal signs in another team’s ballpark.

NickinIthaca
1 year 4 months ago

I’d say it is tougher for a fan in centerfield to see the catchers signs and relay it back to the hitter 400+ feet away before the pitcher throws the ball. One of the lamest, most overblown conspiracy theories the Internet has come up with so far…

LazerTown
1 year 4 months ago

That article should be a reason that NY shouldn’t trade Sanchez. They are pretty much deadline deals. The guy has 120 ab in AA. Sure he is a good prospect, but he isn’t exactly pushing their hand yet. McCann deal is for 5 years, I’m sure they will be able to find room for Sanchez in another 2 years when he probably ready.