As the Yankees continue to speak about the importance of keeping payroll beneath the $197 million threshold this coming season, they have reached agreements to avoid arbitration with all of their eight eligible players.
As the Yankees continue to focus on keeping payroll beneath the $197 million threshold this coming season, they have reached agreements to avoid arbitration with seven of their eight eligible players.
The New York Yankees‘ 2017 arbitration hearing with Dellin Betances got a little contentious after the fact. This year, both sides made sure it wouldn't happen again. Betances and the Yankees reportedly avoided arbitration Friday by agreeing to a one-year, $5.1-million deal for 2018, a source told Mark Feinsand of MLB.com. The settlement not only […]
The Yankees’ bullpen recorded 26 outs in the win-or-go home American League Wild Card Game against the Twins, and as they face a similar circumstance in Sunday’s Game 3 of the American League Division Series presented by Doosan, manager Joe Girardi expects to be able to deploy most of his power arms.
After the Yankees called upon four relievers to record 26 outs in Tuesday night’s 8-4 win over the Twins in the American League Wild Card Game, Dellin Betances’ services figure to be a key for the Yanks’ late-inning mix tonight in Game 1 of the American League Division Series against the Indians.
The therapy session took place in the first-base dugout after Aroldis Chapman bailed the Yankees out of a hairy situation, having been summoned to extinguish a bases-loaded, one-out jam. With the lefty’s triple-digit heat doing so, Dellin Betances was relieved in more ways than one.
Yankees right-hander Dellin Betances wasn’t happy Wednesday, and 24 hours of cooling-off time hadn’t changed that on Thursday.
A sharp eighth inning vaulted flame-thrower Aroldis Chapman back into the circle of trust, but it may be Dellin Betances’ hanging curveball to Manny Machado that pushes Yankees manager Joe Girardi to reset the pecking order of his bullpen.
They just can’t stop brawling in Motown. One inning after Miguel Cabrera and Austin Romine were ejected following a nasty fight at home plate, New York Yankees reliever Dellin Betances plunked Detroit Tigers catcher James McCann in the head with a 98-mph fastball, leading to another bench-clearing incident between the two clubs. What are you […]
Nine pitches, nine strikes. And nobody touched any of ‘em. https://t.co/gUZuTUVe90 #Immaculate pic.twitter.com/97ZPFxiK64 — MLB (@MLB) August 3, 2017 Good things come to those who wait. Especially, so, on a wet Wednesday in the Bronx, where New York Yankees reliever Dellin Betances fired an immaculate inning in the top of the eighth, striking out Jim […]
New York Yankees reliever Dellin Betances isn't getting much respect as he continues to struggle with his command and control on the mound. After taking over for Chris Sale in the third inning of Tuesday's All-Star game, Betances walked Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper, who happened to be mic'd up during the at-bat. When he […]
Russell Martin hit a game-tying home run, then forced in the go-ahead run by working one of four eighth-inning walks issued by All-Star reliever Dellin Betances as the Blue Jays edged the Yankees, 7-6, on Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.