David Robertson

New York Yankees #30 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 04/09/85
  • Age: 29
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 195
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
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Alberto Callaspo has Fantasy Value?

AN contributor Phil Naessens answers a question from a listener of his daily show about Alberto Callaspo and gives some waiver wire and sleeper suggestions for week number four of the Fantasy Baseball season.

PSA Podcast Ep. 42: In memory of Tex's baby wrist

The Yankees actually won some games! They also lost some players... and other games. Time for some #analysis.

Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 4/8/14

Finding a comp for Masahiro Tanaka after one start; David Robertson doesn't think he'll be out for long; Why has David Phelps been struggling

Robertson to the DL with Grade 1 groin strain

The new Yankee closer pulled his groin in Toronto and will now miss at least 15 days with a Grade 1 groin strain.

D-Rob joins long history of great Yankees closers

D-Rob has some big shoes to fill, but Mo isn't the only All-Star closer he's following.

Robertson's improved efficiency should help in '14

Over the last season-and-a-half, David Robertson has improved his efficiency on the mound; it should help him as the new Yankees' closer this season.

Prospect Jose Ramirez moved to the bullpen

Thanks to continuous injuries, GM Brian Cashman said that the team will shift Jose Ramirez from the starting rotation to the bullpen

Welcome to the Mariano Rivera Classic

After a career full of them, this weekend's games in his native Panama may be the best testament to Mo's greatness yet.

Don't expect Andrew Bailey to contribute in 2014

The Yankees signed Andrew Bailey, but don't expect him to contribute to the Yankees until 2015

Should the Yankees extend David Robertson?

Now that the Yankees are throwing around contract extensions, extending David Robertson should be next on the agenda.

DRob and the catch-22 of the "proven closer" title

"You need more experience." "But how do I get more experience if no one will give me experience?"

Manny Banuelos could make team as a reliever

A "front office source" tells ESPN New York that prospect Manny Banuelos could break camp with the Yankees as a reliever

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