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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Austin Romine
Masahiro Tanaka impressed Austin Romine when the Japanese star threw batting practice for the first time with the New York Yankees.
Stealing signs probably became an integral part of baseball culture hours after an inventive catcher first decided to use his index finger to call for a fastball.
The banged-up New York Yankees put pitcher Ivan Nova and catcher Francisco Cervelli on the 15-day disabled list Saturday, the latest setbacks in an injury-riddled season.
The Seattle Mariners agreed to trade right-hander Michael Pineda to the New York Yankees for catcher Jesus Montero on Friday, a swap involving two of baseball's top young talents.
After five World Series rings, seven American League pennants and five All-Star appearances, Jorge Posada says his career with the New York Yankees is over.
Two New York Yankees catchers made their first major league appearances behind home plate Sunday.
New York Yankees backup catcher Francisco Cervelli will be in a protective boot for at least four weeks because of a broken left foot, and it's uncertain when he'll be able to play again.
Russell Martin wanted the Los Angeles Dodgers to show him some love. When he didn't get it, he was willing to move on.
Derek Jeter's grandmother has been joking that he doesn't have a job.
"I don't think I'm going to be around with the Yankees," he said before adding: "I love teaching.
"I've never seen the ball move like that before," Romine said.