Thursday, January 28, 2016

FORMER Yankee Update: Chris Capuano

You know Yankees family I have been extremely worried about a certain Yankee pitcher and his possible return to the club this offseason, I even wrote about it once this winter. Chris Capuano, seemingly Brian Cashman’s “BFF,” I compared to Candy Man stating that if I said his name three times that the Yankees GM would be forced to re-sign him. I felt bad that I had accidentally said his name three times and I was just sitting idly waiting on the news that the Yankees invited him to spring training or signed him to a minor league deal or something. Good news though Yankees fans, Capuano will not be back in the Bronx in 2016.

Capuano signed a minor league deal with the Milwaukee Brewers this week and will head to their spring training camp looking to break the active roster with the club out of camp. Capuano, now 37-years old, went 0-4 with a 7.97 ERA with the Yankees last season in 22 appearances and had as many losses as he had designations for assignment with the club. In 11 seasons in the majors Capuano has posted a 76-91 record and a 4.39 ERA including a five-year stint with the Brewers from 2004-2010.

Good luck Chris, I truly mean that.

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Sorry for the Capatcha... Blame the Russians :)