The New York Yankees made the somewhat risky decision to bring back 25-year-old ace Masahiro Tanaka this season. Tanaka made his return to the rotation on Sunday and pitched well as the Yankees went on to defeat the Toronto Blue …
New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka underwent arthroscopic surgery to remove a bone spur in his right elbow, the team announced Tuesday. Tanaka, 26, is expected to make a full recovery with six weeks of exercise and …
The Yankees have agreed to terms with Masahiro Tanaka on a $155 million, seven-year deal, an average annual salary of more than $22 million. Tanaka, 25, gets the fifth-largest contract ever for a major league pitcher, in terms of total …
The Rangers signed Shin-soo Choo and in doing so took themselves out of the Masahiro Tanaka equation. The Angels, however, are still in play. Though the Angels have been burned badly on their last two free agent acquisitions (Josh …
All things considered, it’s pretty incredible the Yankees are where they are even though Masahiro Tanaka has legitimately been one of the worst pitchers in baseball so far this season. Among the 94 pitchers with enough innings to …
Masahiro Tanaka came to America like a streaking comet, suddenly and brightly. And then just like that, he’s gone – most likely for the rest of this baseball season and maybe even most of the next. Tanaka joined the New York …
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Masahiro Tanaka has been discussed ad naseum around the internet since it was officially announced that the the Japanese right-hander would be posted this season by Rakuten. There have even been reports that the Mariners may …
Tanaka’s going to New York, and it’s official, so no take-backsies. It always kind of looked like the Mariners would make a whole lot of sense, even before people started connecting them to Tanaka, and then people started connecting them to …
Ned Colletti didn’t mention the impending arrival of Japanese right-hander Masahiro Tanaka to the U.S. on Wednesday during the press conference held at Dodger Stadium during the Winter Development Camp. When questions arose …