Designated Hitter & Travis Hafner

In baseball, the designated hitter rule is the common name for Major League Baseball Rule 6.10, an official position adopted by the American League in 1973 that allows teams to designate a player, known as the designated hitter (abbreviated DH), to bat in place of the pitcher each time he would otherwise come to home plate, rather than letting the pitcher bat. Travis Lee Hafner (born June 3, 1977) is a left-handed hitting designated hitter for the Cleveland Indians. 5.0/5

Designated Hitter Travis Hafner Mark Reynolds Kendrys Morales Luke Scott Jose Valverde Fernando Rodney Joel Hanrahan Yankee Stadium Lyle Overbay Delmon Young Masahiro Tanaka Jeff Niemann Ryan Madson Johan Santana Andrew Bailey Matt Garza Rafael Betancourt

Lets play the free agent game, who's still available(I'm only going to list the guys with respectable stats to save time)! Starting Pitchers: Bronson Arroyo, A.J Burnett, Matt Garza, Tommy Hanson, Ubaldo Jimenez, Paul Maholm, Jeff Niemann, Ervin Santana, Johan Santana, Masahiro Tanaka. Left Field/Designated Hitter: Nelson Cruz, Travis Hafner, Kendrys Morales, Lyle Overbay, Mark Reynolds(hehe), Delmon Young, Michael Young. I know a lot of you want a closer too so here are the closers on the market: Jose Valverde, Fernando Rodney, Ryan Madson, Joel Hanrahan, Rafael Betancourt, Andrew Bailey. As you can see, there are still some good free agents available at positions that we could use to improve, this post may be a waste if the Orioles dont plan on pursuing any free agents but its worth noting who is still out there. -Gregg
Baseball is truly where the money is! Travis Hafner signed a $2,000,000 one year contract to be a designated hitter. Yes that says 2 MILLION
The Yankees and designated hitter Travis Hafner have finalized a one-year, major league contract that will pay the left-handed slugger $2 million plus incentives. Hafner, 35, is coming off a season in which he batted .228/.346/.438 in 263 plate appearances. His substantial secondary skills (i.e., his ability to draw walks and hit for power) in tandem with his platoon skills (even over the last five seasons -- his deep decline phase -- he's hit .269/.371/.457 against right-handed pitching) make him a useful addition, particularly at such a low cost. On the downside, Hafner is injury-prone and has spent significant time on the disabled list in each of the last five seasons. As Heyman notes, Hafner will function as the dominant, left-handed half of a Yankees platoon at DH. To say the least, he'll benefit from the short right-field porch in Yankee Stadium. Nadia
What happened to the Yankees' thinking??? To replace Ibanez, who was at the end of his career, the Yankees finalized a one-year contract with free-agent "slugger" Travis Hafner, who is expected to help fill the club's designated hitter slot for the 2013 season. Hafner, 35, batted .228 with 12 home runs and 34 RBIs in 64 games for the Indians last season. There's not a lot out there now, but some of their decisions in the last 2 years make me wonder.
the "H" in Designated Hitter will come from outside org. My wish is Luke Scott or Travis Hafner, preferably Scott.
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