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09:50  12 february  2019
09:50  12 february  2019 Source:

Report: Yankees offer Machado $220 million

Report: Yankees offer Machado $220 million The New York Yankees have offered Manny Machado $220 million over seven-to-eight years, according to former MLB general manager Jim Duquette. [email protected]_Duquette has the latest on the Yankees’ pursuit of Manny Machado ????— SNY (@SNYtv) February 9, 2019 While the offer sounds like an aggressive one, Duquette added "a lot of teams are in that range also," and he's heard "another club has gone further than that.

Manny Machado seems like he wants to play for the Yankees . There are multiple teams reportedly interested in the 26-year-old star infielder. But, Machado ’s first choice is to sign with the Yankees if they meet his asking price, The Athletic’s Jim Bowden reported during an appearance Wednesday on

Multiple reports revealed Manny Machado could be looking at a "mystery team" in free agency. On Wednesday, it's possible the team came to light. According to Fancred Sports, the Padres have checked in on Machado with the possibility of signing the infielder.

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The Yankees remain in touch with Manny Machado.

New York executives continue “to check in” on the star 26-year-old free agent, according to a report from SNY, which cites unidentified league sources.

The Yankees aren’t the “frontrunners” to land Machado, but are not out of the running to sign him, the report says. The Phillies and White Sox are both also reportedly interested in Machado.

Machado, who was sent from the Orioles to the Dodgers before the trade deadline, registered a .297/.367/.538 slash line in 162 total games in 2018. He also hit 37 home runs and tallied 107 RBIs.

MLB hot stove: Yankees reportedly offer Manny Machado $220M deal

MLB hot stove: Yankees reportedly offer Manny Machado $220M deal While the offer is aggressive, the report notes "a lot of teams are in that range" and "another club has gone further than that." He also stated the Yankees aren't going to be the highest bidder. The report comes after Yankees principal owner and managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner addressed why New York hasn't signed Machado or Bryce Harper. "If there's a narrative that we're not spending money and being cheap, it's just false," Steinbrenner said Thursday, via ESPN. "I mean, we're well above $200 million (in payroll) – we're at $220 (million) right now – and we're well above where we were last year.

manny machado . new york yankees . mlb . hot fucking stove . The Yankees and Orioles split a doubleheader in Baltimore on Monday, but the games were almost a sideshow—after all, we know what’s going to happen in the standings: one team is bound for the playoffs and one team the cellar.

Anyhow, the Yankees certainly have use for Machado . Incumbent shortstop Didi Gregorius is out until at least June That the Yankees are reportedly kicking the tires on the Machado beyond the typical extent says a lot about Please check the opt-in box to acknowledge that you would like to subscribe.

Machado has made four All-Star teams and won two Gold Glove awards in his seven-year MLB career.

The Yankees have had an active offseason. They’ve already traded for starter James Paxton and signed free agent infielders Troy Tulowitzki and DJ Lemahieu, among other moves.

Yankees pitchers and catchers will report to spring training Wednesday while the first full-squad workout is Feb. 19.

Padres remove Machado jerseys from team store.
Manny Machado jerseys were on sale for a hot minute at Petco Park on Wednesday after he reportedly agreed to a record contract worth $300 million with the San Diego Padres on Tuesday. However, after the Padres learned of the jerseys being available in their team store, the items were quickly pulled, according to Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune. Acee also reports that it's unknown if any jerseys were sold in the short time the item appeared on shelves. @sdutKevinAcee pic.twitter.

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