Even though Swish has struggled in October, he has consistently produced offensively in the regular season. Since joining the Yankees in 2009, Swish gets on-base with a .368 OBP, and a total of 250 walks, 256 RBIs, 81 home-runs and 98 doubles in 1590 at-bats.
Swish has become a sergeant to the infamous Bleacher Creatures who span the right outfield at every Yankees home game. It is still a possibility that Swish gets traded before 2012 season, but with Swish’s persona becoming so important to the clubhouse’s atmosphere I doubt it will happen.
The other announcement comes as no surprise, as the Yankees have exercised Robinson Cano’s contract extension, which keeps the All-Star second baseman in pinstripes through 2013. Cano will earn $14 million in 2012 and $15 million in 2013, which is a major bargain considering Cano’s rising star as a top player in baseball.
So, now Yankee fans will have to just wait and hope that ESPN’s Andrew Marchand and New York Times David Waldstein claims are correct. As both reported that the Yankees are doing everything possible to keep ace CC Sabathia from opting out of his seven-year, $161 million contract, which still has four-years and $92 million left.
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