Yesterday on Pinstriped Bible
- Alfonso Soriano trade rumors: Cubs zeroing in on Yankees Corey Black
- Yankees close to acquiring Cubs Alfonso Soriano
- Chris Stewart: Is it time we give him credit for his defense?
- Yankees 2, Rangers 0: Kuroda keeps dealing
- Are Travis Hafner's days in the Bronx numbered?
- Pinstripe Alley Podcast Episode 16: The 2013 Yankees: Probably Sucking
- Looking back at the Alex Rodriguez/Alfonso Soriano swap
- Yankees Trade Chip: Adam Warren
- Baby Bomber Recap 7/24/13: Mason Williams extends hit streak to fourteen games
Around the Internet
- The New York Times | David Waldstein: Whatever Alex Rodriguez's plan was in having another doctor publicly disagree with the Yankees has backfired on him.
- New York Post | Ken Davidoff: A-Rod comments on the whole ordeal and leaves it up in the air as to whether or not he trusts the Yankees organization.
- CBS Sports | Dayn Perry: Brian Cashman issued an official statement concerning the events surrounding Alex Rodriguez's injured quad.
- LoHud | Chad Jennings: Breaking down the crazy events surrounding Alex Rodriguez in the last few days.
- Beyond the Box Score | Andrew Shen: The Yankees have one of the worst offenses in the league, which is a characteristic a rebuilding team would have, but instead they're looking to be buyers.
- It's About the Money | Michael Eder: People think rebuilding is easy, but prospect are unreliable and surrounded by myths.
- CBS New York: An anonymous Yankees player is tired of the A-Rod media circus.
- Fangraphs | Jeff Sullivan: Despite the symmetry and meaning of acquiring Alfonso Soriano, it is still a deal that makes a lot of sense for the Yankees.
- New York Times | David Waldstein: Hiroki Kuroda pitched 100 games without an error and is building a reputation as a great defensive pitcher.
- An A-Blog For A-Rod | Brad Vietrogoski: The sudden innings limit the Yankees have put on Michael Pineda actually makes a lot of sense for the future of his arm and the team.
- The Cubs gave Alfonso Soriano 2-3 days to officially approve a trade with the Yankees.
- The Cubs are expected to pay for more than half of the $25 million left on Soriano's contract.
- Derek Jeter took batting practice and ran the bases yesterday.
- David Herndon has moved up to Double-A Trenton in his rehab assignment.
Questions of the Day
- Who would you give up for Alfonso Soriano?
- What is the most exciting play in baseball?
- Where do you go to buy shoes?
- Where do you go to get seafood?
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