A new report, this one from Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times, indicates that the New York manager Brian cashman it might be wise to hire Story.
Most scouts believe the 29-year-old Story would benefit from a move to second base because his arm strength has decreased. He has had elbow strains in recent seasons.
The Yankees they have Gleyber Torres in that position and DJ LeMahieu, who can play in all four positions in the infield. Signing Story to move him to second base is not business for the Mules.
Justin Verlander’s contract with the Houston Astros is official, his brother Ben Verlander confirmed Monday.
MLB approved the two-time Cy Young winner’s contract despite the lockout. The announcement was delayed due to problems with contract terms, The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal reported.
The Astros had submitted the deal to the league for approval hours before the collective bargaining agreement expired, making it valid.
Chicago Cubs outfielder Ian Happ revealed some details of failed collective agreement negotiations between MLB and the players’ association earlier this month.
Happ is a union representative for the Cubs and said the owners did not present a direct financial proposal to the players during their last meeting in Dallas.
“We didn’t get anything that said, ‘Okay, here’s our proposal, that’s how we come to a conclusion and move forward,” he told TheScore.
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