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Yankees express interest in Bonderman

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08:37 AM ET 01.05 | Brian Cashman may have his sights set on another pitcher. The New York Yankees have shown interest in free-agent starter Jeremy Bonderman, a major-league source told FOXSports.com. Bonderman went 8-10 with a 5.53 ERA in 30 games (29 starts) for the Detroit Tigers last year. But he is only 28 and was an All-Star-caliber pitcher in the American League as recently as 2007. He isn't expected to return to Detroit.

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January 5, 2011  09:59 AM ET

It is going to get ugly for my Yankees

January 5, 2011  10:00 AM ET

We did not get the crafty lefty, so we are looking at crappy righties.. super de duper

January 5, 2011  10:01 AM ET

He is tipping his pitches, it is a slider.

January 5, 2011  10:13 AM ET

Cash better sign him before he loses him.

January 5, 2011  10:31 AM ET

Millwood or Bonderman?

January 5, 2011  10:44 AM ET

[b] i love watching the yankees squirm and chase every pitcher left in the market

January 5, 2011  10:46 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

He is tipping his pitches, it is a slider.

aye!

January 5, 2011  10:47 AM ET

Bonderman?! Listen... I didn't think Kerry Wood would work out, and it did. So Cashman does get it right some times... But this just has FAILURE written all over it. Bad stuff...

January 5, 2011  10:54 AM ET

Even the Tigers don't want this guy.

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January 5, 2011  11:30 AM ET
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i wish they'd go after Smoltz...

can smotlzie still throw? bull pen? good question. But what about Bruce Chen the lefty out of KC. Is he still available?

January 5, 2011  11:46 AM ET

Millwood...

January 5, 2011  11:50 AM ET

Bartolo Cologne...

January 5, 2011  11:57 AM ET
QUOTE(#10):

At 28 the guy was in his prime and should have had a better W/L record than 8-10 with a 5-plus ERA. He'd be the comeback **** player of the year if he succeeded anywhere, much less in New York.

Lifetime 4.83 ERA in an extreme pitchers park. That should translate into about a 6 ERA in Yankee Stadium. His ERA wasn't even good (mid 4's) when he was winning games.

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January 5, 2011  12:21 PM ET

Wow, I think we're going to need more offense lol.

January 5, 2011  12:25 PM ET

Maybe they want to see if he'll accept a job like cleaning up the locker room?

January 5, 2011  12:45 PM ET

all of you monday morning Q.B. ,s you all think you know the answers lol lol lol lol lol lol

 
January 5, 2011  12:45 PM ET
QUOTE(#17):

Lifetime 4.83 ERA in an extreme pitchers park. That should translate into about a 6 ERA in Yankee Stadium. His ERA wasn't even good (mid 4's) when he was winning games.

So you are saying he is a little better than Igawa?

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