Dellin Betances RUMORS & NEWS

  • ‘Shocked’ Dellin Betances still holding grudge against Girardi

    New York Post "Yankees manager Joe Girardi reiterated he would be upset with his pitchers if they were not bothered by being yanked. Suffice to say Girardi wouldn’t be upset with Dellin Betances. One day after he was removed with two out and one on in the eighth inning, Betances still seemed bothered by..." September 15

  • Yankees GM Cashman responds to Dellin Betances trade talk

    Newark Star-Ledger "Fresh off their seven-player swap Tuesday night with the Chicago White Sox, the Yankees are plotting their next move as the non-waiver trade deadline approaches on Monday, July 31. With injuries to CC Sabathia and Michael Pineda, the starting rotation could use an upgrade. After picking up a..." July 20

  • Bryce Harper bashes Dellin Betances during All-Star Game after working walk

    New York Daily News "Randy Levine now has another reason to try and get Bryce Harper when he becomes a free agent. In the third inning of the All-Star Game, Harper worked a walk against the Yankees’ reliever. While on first base, Harper’ microphone picked up him giving the NL’s first base coach a rather simple..." July 12

  • Dellin Betances' domination has Yankees teammates sharing fans' excitement

    Sporting News "Adam Warren can’t help but find Dellin Betances amusing. When the 6-8, 265-pound reliever takes the mound, Warren and the rest of the Yankees don’t just feel confident. They get legitimately excited. Watching Betances is as entertaining to them as it is to fans paying for a ticket. The only..." May 28

  • Yankees boss who downplayed Betances after arbitration walks back his comments

    CBS Sports "When healthy, Aroldis Chapman is of course the undisputed Yankees closer. However, Chapman recently hit the DL with a rotator cuff injury . That means lockdown setup man Dellin Betances -- he of the career 197 ERA+ -- will move into the closer's role while Chapman is laid up. Speaking of..." May 16

  • Yankees' Betances on inheriting closer's role: 'I've just got to do my job'

    New York Post "Aroldis Chapman hasn’t looked like the dominant closer the Yankees signed in the offseason for the last handful of performances. Now we know why. The closer will miss at least a month with left shoulder rotator cuff inflammation that was diagnosed after an MRI exam on Saturday. Chapman was..." May 14