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Dec 16, 2014
Rotoworld
Yankees re-signed LHP Chris Capuano to a one-year contract.

Does Chris signing cap Yanks' offseason?

NEW YORK -- The Yankees signed a starting pitcher this week, but I think it's safe to surmise Chris Capuano is not what Yankees fans were hoping to find in their Chanukah gift pile. And yet, unless there is a seismic shift in the club's thinking, Capuano could be the last major free-agent signing for the Yankees between now and the beginning of spring training on Feb. 20. That means no Big Game James, as in Shields, and no Super Max, as in Max Scherzer.

Capuano: I chose Yankees over Japan

Chris Capuano said he decided to stay in the AL East instead of going to the Far East because he will have a chance to start and received good money. "I love Japan, but if you get the opportunity to pitch here, in a city like New York, that trumps any sentimentality I had towards Japan," Capuano said on Sirius XM's Major League Baseball Radio channel. "I still wouldn't rule it out at some point, but a chance to play for the Yankees, on a good contract, I couldn't pass that up.
River Ave. Blues Dec 17, 2014

Capuano a nice depth pickup, but only part of the rotation solution

The Yankees came into the offseason in a need of at least one starting pitcher — preferably two! — and that was before they used Shane Greene to acquire Didi Gregorius. After that trade they definitely needed two starters. New York acquired one of those starters yesterday by re-signing Chris Capuano to a reasonable one-year [...] Capuano a nice depth pickup, but only part of the rotation solution is a post from: River Avenue Blues The post Capuano a nice depth pickup, but only part of the rotation solution appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
River Ave. Blues Dec 16, 2014

Tuesday Night Open Thread

Earlier today the Yankees re-signed Chris Capuano to a perfectly reasonable one-year, $5M contract. Capuano makes me nervous whenever he’s on the mound, I’m not a fan of finesse lefties at all, but he’s a serviceable depth piece who can be easily shipped to the bullpen or even dropped from the roster if a better [...] Tuesday Night Open Thread is a post from: River Avenue Blues The post Tuesday Night Open Thread appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
New York Post Dec 16, 2014
Chris Capuano is no one’s idea of a Yankees rotation cure-all

Chris Capuano is no one’s idea of a Yankees rotation cure-all

While a spoiled fan base grows increasingly frustrated that Hal Steinbrenner won’t throw good money after the bad $500 million he tossed into the pot last winter, questions about the...
Newark Star-Ledger Dec 16, 2014

MLB hot stove: Yankees re-sign Chris Capuano

The 36-year-old lefty gives the Yankees depth in the rotation and bullpen
Newsday Dec 16, 2014

Chris Capuano, Yankees agree to one-year deal, AP source says

Chris Capuano is staying with the Yankees, just like fellow free agents Chase Headley and Chris Young.
New York Daily News Dec 16, 2014
Yankees re-sign Chris Capuano to one-year, $5 million deal

Yankees re-sign Chris Capuano to one-year, $5 million deal

The Yankees signed Chris Capuano to a one-year, $5 million contract, bringing back the lefthander back to the Bronx.

Yankees bring back Chris Capuano

A source has confirmed Jack Curry’s report that the Yankees have re-signed lefty Chris Capuano to a one-year deal worth $5 million. Capuano pitched well for the Yankees last season, providing solid rotation depth late in the season. He made 12 starts with a 4.25 ERA, and it seems Capuano will come into spring training […] The post Yankees bring back Chris Capuano appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
New York Post Dec 16, 2014
Pitching-deficient Yankees re-sign Chris Capuano

Pitching-deficient Yankees re-sign Chris Capuano

In a move about desperation, depth or both, the Yankees reached agreement Tuesday with Chris Capuano on a one-year, $5 million contract. Capuano was a stopgap measure when the Yankees...
River Ave. Blues Dec 16, 2014

Chris Capuano is back on a one-year deal

The Yankees have signed LHP Chris Capuano to a one-year deal, according to YES Network’s Jack Curry. He’ll earn $5 million in 2015. Capuano, 36, started 2014 with the Red Sox, but he pitched poorly enough to get DFA’d from that last-place team. He then signed as a free agent with the Rockies, but didn’t [...] Chris Capuano is back on a one-year deal is a post from: River Avenue Blues The post Chris Capuano is back on a one-year deal appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
KFFL Dec 16, 2014

Yankees | Chris Capuano re-signs

The New York Yankees re-signed RP Chris Capuano to a one-year, $5 million deal Tuesday, ...
KFFL Nov 29, 2014

MLB | Chris Capuano could head to Japan

Free-agent P Chris Capuano (Yankees) is considering pitching in Japan next season.
New York Daily News Nov 28, 2014
Chris Capuano could go from Yankees to Japan

Chris Capuano could go from Yankees to Japan

The Yankees liked what they got from Chris Capuano after purchasing him from the Rockies last July.

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