Well, that’s no fun: The Yankees have “zero interest” in Delmon Young


It’s almost like Brian Cashman doesn’t want bloggers to have a good time:


Look, we’ve all made mistakes in life. So if teams start avoiding outfielders simply because (a) they suck; and (b) they have a history of getting drunk and accosting strangers on the streets with anti-Semitic rants, they’re going to have a hard time filling out a roster.

Report: Nationals sign reliever Brandon Kintzler to a two-year deal

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Both a Kinsler and a Kintzler made headlines at the Winter Meetings. After the Angels acquired second baseman Ian Kinsler from the Tigers, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports that the Nationals have inked reliever Brandon Kintzler to a two-year contract, pending a physical. Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY Sports reports that the deal is worth $10 million and includes a third-year option worth $6 million.

Kintzler, 33, spent the latter half of his 2017 campaign with the Nationals after the Twins traded him. Between both clubs, he put up an aggregate 3.03 ERA with 29 saves and a 39/16 K/BB ratio in 71 1/3 innings.

Sean Doolittle will handle save situations for the Nationals. Kintzler and Ryan Madson will bridge the gap to him in the seventh and eighth innings.