The Yankees have signed righty David Hale to a minors pact, per a club announcement. He’ll report to the team’s top affiliate.
With the signing, Hale will return to the place (Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre) that he opened the 2018 season. He has completed a brief tour of the majors since, appearing both for and against the Yankees over an eventful ten day stretch.
Hale, 30, owns a 4.56 ERA in his 183 2/3 career MLB innings. Most of those, however, came back in 2014-15. He has mostly worked in the upper minors since. In 81 2/3 total innings last year with the Dodgers organization, Hale carried a 4.08 ERA with 6.6 K/9 and just 1.5 BB/9.
what comes around, goes around
Well that was a brief leave of absence
The circle is now complete. When he left, he was but the learner now he is the… okay, still the learner.
It’s a small circle.
So if he retires tomorrow, will he go into the Hall with a Twins cap on or a Yankees cap? 🙂
Uhhh I know it’s a joke but 0
geeze, that merry go round just made me more dizzy than ever!⚾⚾⚾
Collusion!!! He left the Yankees to appear in a game where he gives up a bunch of runs to the Yankees, then resigns with the Yankees.
Clearly he never left the organization.
Gotta try and top the Walker signing with this scrub. Bad move