15 of the Most Terrible New York Yankees Trades Ever

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1. Trading Tyler Clippard meant for Jonathan Albaladejo

Most will not have a clue about Tyler Clippard as a member of the Yankees because he only started 6 games for the team in 2007 and sooner he was traded to the Washington Nationals. At the nationals he was allowed to be at the start of a pair of games in the year 2008 and then he got moved to the bullpen in the year 2009. Tyler’s star immediately shone as a relief pitcher and from then he has worked as a closer and set up man.

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Not only that, Clippard has been at the All-star game twice and a niche as the last minute reliever. Pitcher Jonathan took the place of Tyler at the Yankees where he spent parts of four seasons with team as a relief-pitcher going 5-2 with a four point seven ERA with no significant impact. At the moment Jonathan has not even pitched a big league ever since 2012 while on the other side Clippard continues to make impact in succession at the MLB.

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