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one of the three with prior experience at first base, and he had only played 18 innings there prior to 2014. Closer David Robertson was activated from the DL on Monday after he missed a little over two weeks with a groin injury. It wasn’t all good
disabled list with a hamstring strain, and new closer David Robertson joined him Monday after suffering a groin strain. The ..... a combination of relievers to fill the void left by Robertson , and the infield will be spread thinner to compensate
Day 1 in spring training. The Yankees are already scrambling to find their Rivera replacement, with heir apparent David Robertson currently on the disabled list after three appearances. Shawn Kelley enters this weekend's series as New York's
Yankees have a bunch of question marks (Shawn Kelley, Cesar Cabral, Preston Claiborne, Dellin Betances) getting to David Robertson , who you might have heard is taking over for Mariano Rivera as closer. Bullpens are impossible to predict, but
upgraded what was considered their biggest Achilles' heel (the starters), but somebody not named Mariano Rivera ( David Robertson ) is slated to close out games with a healthy dose of uncertainty setting him up. Understand, this is about the
their troubles in September, but seriously, the Red Sox would be right in thinking that was a clear advantage. With David Robertson , Rafael Soriano and Boone Logan , the Yankees bullpen is deep if not intimidating with Mariano Rivera gone after
two-run triple to right. With the Yankees still up, 5-4, the call went to the bullpen , and Beltre jumped on David Robertson ’s first offering for a run-scoring single. Things got progressively worse for New York ’s relievers
comparison when asked how he sees the Yankees replacing Mariano Rivera – the most prolific closer in history – with David Robertson . “You get the best in the history of the game that has gone home. To a lesser extent, I say this with all due respect
YANKEES • The usually solid David Robertson had a moment of weakness on Thursday ..... ninth, but the rough outing caused Robertson ’s ERA to jump from an outstanding ..... 24. Despite the ugly showing, Robertson has been an incredibly reliable
For the third straight year, David Robertson is one of the Yankees’ most dominant relievers. Robertson , who owns a 1.81 ERA in 46 2 ..... of work, but still earned a hold. Robertson earned his first save of the
with PEDs — were on the 2009 roster. But reliever David Robertson downplayed the impact of all three players. “We had a good team that year,” Robertson said Wednesday in Chicago, where the Yankees were swept by the
leading up to Rivera’s ninth inning that have been equally impressive. David Robertson and Shawn Kelley are both coming into the series with scoreless streaks; Robertson has pitched 10 2/3 scoreless innings while Kelley hasn’t allowed an earned
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WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia and Chris Price discuss Wednesday's Patriots practice, which featured Brandon Browner getting into it with Kenbrell Thompkins and a couple others.
Jackie Mac joins the guys to discuss her thoughts on a possible mid-season tournament in the NBA, LeBron's return to Cleveland, trade rumors with the Celtics and Red Sox, and Darrelle Revis' contract situation.
Jackie MacMullan of ESPN Boston to talk about the Lebron James Saga, the possibility of Rajon Rondo being traded, and the future of Marcus Smart.
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