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NYY sign Womack

Discussion in 'Professional Baseball' started by jimotis4heisman, Dec 21, 2004.


    (12-21) 11:10 PST NEW YORK (AP) --

    The New York Yankees finalized their $4 million, two-year contract with second baseman Tony Womack on Tuesday.

    Womack, who gets $2 million annually, hit .307 with five homers and 38 RBIs last season for the St. Louis Cardinals. The 35-year-old set career bests with a .349 on-base percentage and a .385 slugging percentage.

    He replaces Miguel Cairo, who started at second down the stretch for the Yankees. Womack's deal was agreed to Dec. 7, but was subject to a physical and finalizing contract language. <!-- END STORY -->

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  2. tibor75

    tibor75 Banned

    How do the Yankees end up with solid players despite the fact that everybody in baseball is trying to screw them? :roll1:
  3. as ac/dc says "come on listen to the money talk"
  4. BigDaddyDaeg

    BigDaddyDaeg Long Live the Hedgehog!!!

    Since when is a below average defensive infielder with a lifetime .274 batting average solid? :confused:

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