(11/16/2008) The Yankees have reached an agreement in principle to sell right-hander Darrell Rasner's contract to a Japanese team. The Yankees will receive $1 million from the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles of the Pacific League. Matt Sosnick, Rasner's agent, said they approached the Yankees about the possibility of a deal. "There's a lot more money to be made doing that for him at this point in his career," Sosnick said Sunday.
Rasner bumped from Yanks rotation
(9/6/2008) RHP Alfredo Aceves will make his first major league start on Tuesday when the Yankees are at the Los Angeles Angels, instead of Darrell Rasner. Rasner allowed five runs in 1 1/3 innings of Thursday's loss at Tampa Bay and is winless in nine starts since July 12. Aceves allowed one run in five innings relieving Rasner Thursday.
Rasner torn to pieces by Tampa Bay
(9/4/2008) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner gave up five runs on six hits and two walks in 1 1/3 innings Thursday at Tampa Bay, striking out one. He lost and is now winless in nine straight starts.
Rasner done in by defense, bullpen
(8/30/2008)Darrell Rasner allowed five runs, four earned, in six-plus innings Saturday against Toronto and still hasn't won since July 12, but he didn't get much help from a relief corps coming back on short rest. He was cruising along through six innings, having allowed just two runs, but was hurt by a defensive error by Robinson Cano in the seventh inning. He still left the game with a lead, but the bullpen gave it up in the eighth.
Rasner labors through three-plus
(8/24/2008) New York's Darrell Rasner allowed five runs, three earned, and eight hits in 3 1/3 innings Sunday at Baltimore -- his shortest start of the year. The right-hander threw 97 pitches and retired only 10 of 21 batters, but did not factor in the final decision.
Rasner pitches well in no decision
(8/19/2008) Despite the Yankees loss to the Blue Jays on Tuesday, starter Darrell Rasner pitched surprisingly well. Rasner allowed just one run on three hits over 6 2/3 innings, easily his best performance in a while. He walked one and had three K's.
Rasner to start Tuesday vs. Toronto
(8/15/2008) According to LoHud.com, Darrell Rasner will get Tuesday's start for the Yankees at Toronto because Dan Giese suffered a shoulder injury and is headed for the disabled list.
Rasner goes five in loss to Twins
(8/13/2008) Yankees starter Darrell Rasner allowed three runs -- two earned -- in Wednesday's start at Minnesota. He gave up four hits, including a home run, and walked one batter while striking out four. He fell to 5-9 this season with the loss.
Rasner needed in rotation again
(8/6/2008)The Sports Xchange reports that even though Darrell Rasner lost his rotation spot to RHP Dan Giese just a couple of days ago, he might be pressed back into duty due to the absence of RHP Joba Chamberlain.
Rasner moved to long relief
(8/4/2008) Yankees manager Joe Girardi announced Monday that rookie right-hander Dan Giese would replace right-hander Darrell Rasner as Friday night's starter against the Los Angeles Angels. Rasner was knocked around for five earned runs in four innings on Sunday. Giese pitched three scoreless innings of relief in the same game. "Giese has gotten people out," Girardi said. "We've used him as a starter, in long relief, and just for an inning. He's throwing strikes."
Rasner unimpressive Sunday
(8/3/2008) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner allowed five runs on seven hits over only four innings Sunday in a no-decision against the Angels. Rasner walked three and struck out one.
Rasner can't find winning form Tuesday
(7/29/2008) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner gave up eight hits and four runs in six innings on Tuesday night in the Bronx against the Orioles and he dropped to 5-8 on the year with the loss. Rasner walked three and had one strikeout.
Rasner allows two runs in no decision
(7/22/2008) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner allowed two runs and four hits in 5 2/3 innings Tuesday against the Twins. He left trailing 2-1, but was off the hook for the loss as New York rallied for a 8-2 win. Rasner walked four and struck out two. It was the third time in six starts he allowed two or fewer runs.
Rasner takes the mound Tuesday for NY
(7/16/2008) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner (5-7) is scheduled to pitch against the Twins on Tuesday in Fantasy week 17 (July 21-27). He's scheduled to meet Kevin Slowey of Minnesota.
Yankees announce post-break rotation
(7/13/2008) Yankees SP Mike Mussina will start against Oakland on Friday, the Yankees' first game following the All-Star break. He will be followed in the rotation by Joba Chamberlain and Andy Pettitte in the three-game series against Oakland. SP Sidney Ponson and SP Darrell Rasner will open a three-game series against the Twins starting July 21.
Rasner unimpressive in win
(7/12/2008) New York right-hander Darrell Rasner gave up four runs in the first but shut out the Blue Jays over the next four innings to win for just the second time in nine outings Saturday at Toronto. He snapped a three-start losing streak. Rasner (5-7) allowed three earned runs and seven hits. He walked one and matched a season high with six strikeouts.
Yankees tweak rotation
(7/8/2008) LoHud.com reports the Yankees have tweaked their rotation a little for the rest of this week. Darrell Rasner, who was supposed to pitch at Pittsburgh on Thursday, will now instead pitch on Saturday against the Blue Jays. Mike Mussina will move from Friday against the Jays to Thursday against the Pirates, while Joba Chamberlain will now throw Friday instead of Saturday, still against the Jays.
Rasner's lost seven of last eight starts
(7/4/2008) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner dropped to 4-7 on the season Friday after losing to the Boston Red Sox. Rasner gave up 10 hits and six runs in five innings, walking three and striking out two. He wasn't very economical with his pitch count, either.
Rasner loses, but keeps rotation spot
(6/29/2008)Darrell Rasner (4-6) managed to escape several early jams with a minimum of damage Sunday. Even so, he lost for the sixth time in seven starts.
Pirates sink Rasner, Yankees' ship
(6/25/2008) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner (4-5) lost his fifth in six decisions by giving up seven runs in five innings Tuesday against the Pirates. Rasner gave up 10 hits in the game and also struck out four. He walked none and gave up two homers in the game.
Rasner solid in Yankees victory
(6/19/2008)Darrell Rasner snapped his four-start losing streak, with plenty of help from the Yankees offense and bullpen Wednesday. New York beat NL Cy Young Award winner Jake Peavy and San Diego. Rasner (4-4) walked five in five innings, but yielded only two runs and three hits to rebound from a poor outing last week at Oakland.
A's make short work of Rasner
(6/12/2008) The A's jumped all over Yankees SP Darrell Rasner Wednesday and ran the right-hander after just 3 2/3 innings. Rasner faced just seven batters through two scoreless innings before Oakland busted out for a six-run third. Oakland sent 10 batters to the plate in the third, and didn't need a home run to take a 6-1 lead. They wouldn't look back in a 8-4 win. Rasner was done after a two-out single to Eric Chavez in the fourth. He allowed nine hits and seven runs (six earned) in his shortest outing. He walked one and struck out four.
Rasner goes eight strong, but loses
(6/6/2008) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner, coming off his worst start in which he allowed four runs in 5 1/3 innings at Minnesota, rebounded with eight strong innings Friday against the Royals. He allowed nine hits and two runs, walking none and striking out two. He suffered the loss, however, falling to 3-3.
Rasner fails to make it six frames
(6/1/2008) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner got only a Derek Jeter solo homer in run support Sunday against the Twins and ended up taking the 5-1 loss. Rasner was removed with runners on first and second in the sixth. He allowed four runs and eight hits over 5 1/3 innings. It was the first time in five major league starts this season that the right-hander failed to go at least six innings and hold his opponent to two runs or less. "My whole goal every time is to go as deep as I can," said Rasner, who walked two and struck out five. "That doesn't change from outing to outing."
Rasner pitches well in loss
(5/26/2008)Darrell Rasner gave up just one run and five hits in six innings in a loss at Baltimore on Monday. Rasner (3-1) had won each of his three starts since being recalled from the minors on May 4. Rasner vs. Olson was a rematch of five days earlier, when both pitched at Yankee Stadium. In that game, an 8-0 New York victory, Rasner threw seven scoreless innings, while Olson yielded six runs before being yanked in the third. Rasner was nearly as impressive this time around, but Olson (4-1) was better. The rookie did not allow a hit after the third inning. He had a career-high tying seven strikeouts and walked four.
(5/21/2008) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner won his third straight start since he was called up from the minors and New York banged out 13 hits during a 8-0 win Wednesday against the Orioles. Working on 10 days rest, Rasner (3-0) pitched five-hit ball while setting career highs for innings (seven) and strikeouts (six). He walked one and lowered his ERA to 1.89.
Rasner skipped because of rainout
(5/16/2008) The Yankees have opted to skip SP Darrell Rasner in the rotation after his start Friday against the Mets was postponed due to rain. "That's part of the gig. I'll go to the bullpen and hopefully help the team out," Rasner told MLB.com. "Anytime you get worked up and don't get a chance to let it out, it's kind of frustrating. You get ready and get mentally prepared, but it happens."
Rainout pushes back Yanks rotation
(5/11/2008) The finale of the weekend series between the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers was postponed by rain on Sunday. A makeup date wasn't immediately announced. MLB.com reports that Sunday's starter, Andy Pettitte, will now be pushed back to open a four-game series with the Rays Monday. Chien-Ming Wang, Monday's original starter, will go Tuesday and then Mike Mussina will pitch Wednesday. The Yankees are still deciding on pitching Darrell Rasner or Kei Igawa on Thursday. Whoever doesn't go Thursday will likely pitch Friday against the Mets.
Rasner efficient in second win
(5/10/2008)Darrell Rasner pitched six-plus strong innings as the New York Yankees ended a six-game losing streak to the Detroit Tigers with a 5-2 victory Saturday. Rasner (2-0) gave up two runs and four hits, departing after Magglio Ordonez's leadoff single in the seventh. He'd thrown just 87 pitches to that point. He allowed one walk and struck out one hitter.
Igawa on Friday; Rasner on Saturday
(5/6/2008)Kei Igawa reportedly will make his season debut for the Yankees on Friday, with Darrell Rasner pitching Saturday. Joba Chamberlain remains in the setup role until one of these replacement options completely falters.
Rasner solid in 2008 debut
(5/4/2008) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner (1-0) celebrated getting his contract purchased from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Sunday by striking out four, walking none and yielding just five hits during an eye-opening performance as New York handed the Mariners an 8-2 defeat. Two of those hits came in the first inning when Raul Ibanez singled and Adrian Beltre followed with a two-run homer for Seattle's only runs.
Yankees send struggling Kennedy down
(5/4/2008) Struggling SP Ian Kennedy was sent to the minor leagues Sunday by the New York Yankees, who purchased Darrell Rasner's contract from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Kennedy was 0-2 with an 8.37 ERA in six games, including five starts. "I was kind of surprised," Kennedy said. "But it's bound to happen if you don't win, especially here." The Yankees plan to give Rasner another start Friday or Saturday in Detroit. Kei Igawa could be called up from Triple-A to pitch in that series as well. "That's the way we're leaning right now," GM Brian Cashman said. To make room for Rasner on the 40-man roster, the Yankees transferred reliever Brian Bruney (right foot) from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day DL.
(4/30/2008) Yankees starter Phil Hughes was placed on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday night with a strained right oblique muscle. Hughes lasted just 3 2/3 innings in a 6-4 loss to the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday night. The Yankees have not announced who will replace him in the rotation, but this is a perfect opportunity for Joba Chamberlain to perhaps get his chance to start. Also, Darrell Rasner, Chase Wright and Ross Ohlendorf are candidates to fill in for Hughes.
Rasner, Igawa candidates for Yanks?
(4/30/2008) RHP Darrell Rasner is 4-0 with a 0.87 ERA in Triple-A and LHP Kei Igawa has posted a 3.58 mark, but expectations for both pitchers are not high at the big-league level.
(3/20/2008) RHP Darrell Rasner will start Friday night against Tampa Bay.
Rasner looks for opening
(2/28/2008) The New York Times reports that Jeff Karstens and Darrell Rasner are hopeful of putting their injured '07 seasons behind them, as they target a roster spot with the Yankees in '08. Before Memorial Day, each pitcher was knocked from a game in the first inning by a batted ball. Karstens missed more than three months with a broken right leg. Rasner missed the rest of the season with a broken right index finger that needed three pins. The Yankees have three open spots in their bullpen and manager Joe Girardi is hopeful he can find a long reliever.
(11/1/2007) The Yankees activated RHP Carl Pavano, 1B Andy Phillips, RHP Darrell Rasner and RHP Humberto Sanchez from the 60-day disabled list.
Rasner resumes throwing program
(7/14/2007) Yankees P Darrell Rasner (broken right index finger) has resumed a throwing program. He threw at 75 feet in his third session Saturday.
Rasner close to rehab
(7/6/2007)The Sports Xchange notes: 1B Doug Mientkiewicz (fractured right wrist) and RHP Darrell Rasner (fractured right index finger) are reportedly scheduled to report to the club's Tampa complex during the All-Star break to continue their rehab from injuries.
Rasner might throw soon
(6/18/2007)The Sports Xchange reports that RHP Darrell Rasner might begin a throwing program by month's end.
Yankees put Rasner on 60-day DL
(5/20/2007) The Yankees placed Darrell Rasner on the 60-day DL and purchased the contract of Tyler Clippard from Triple-A.
Rasner might miss three months
(5/19/2007) Darrell Rasner left his outing against the Mets with a broken index finger Saturday that could sideline him three months, becoming the latest New York Yankees starter to go down with an injury. Hit on the right hand by Endy Chavez's one-hopper, Rasner lasted only nine pitches. He left Shea Stadium to be examined by a hand specialist and surgery was recommended. "It turned out to be a pretty bad break," general manager Brian Cashman said.
Rasner suffers broken finger
(5/19/2007) Darrell Rasner left his outing against the New York Mets with a broken index finger on his pitching hand Saturday, becoming the latest Yankees starter to go down with an injury. Endy Chavez hit a one-hopper back toward the box in the first inning, and the ball deflected off Rasner's right hand. Rasner tried a few warmup pitches. But on his fourth delivery, he hopped off the mound in obvious pain and grabbed his right hand before running into the dugout and down the steps toward the clubhouse.
Rasner to work next Saturday
(5/14/2007) Manager Joe Torre has settled on his rotation for next weekend's Subway Series against the Mets. Sunday's starter, LHP Andy Pettitte will throw the opener on Friday. RHP Darrell Rasner will start Saturday and RHP Mike Mussina will start the finale on Sunday night.
Rasner loses at Seattle
(5/12/2007) Darrell Rasner, who beat Seattle Sunday by allowing just three hits in 5 2/3 scoreless innings, left after five innings Friday at Seattle having surrendered three runs and seven hits. He struck out one and walked three, falling to 1-2 on the year.
(5/7/2007) The Yankees have called up Matt DeSalvo and optioned Kei Igawa to Triple-A. Darrell Rasner has beaten out Igawa for a starting rotation spot, apparently.
Rasner shuts down Mariners Sunday
(5/6/2007) Yankees starter Darrell Rasner limited Seattle to three hits Sunday in a 5-0 victory over the Mariners. Rasner (1-1) threw first-pitch strikes to 15 of his first 18 batters and 17 of 22 overall. He struck out four and walked two in 5 2/3 innings, earning his first career win.
Rasner recalled to make start
(5/5/2007) Yankees RHP Darrell Rasner was recalled from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and RHP Colter Bean was sent down Saturday. Rasner will start against the Mariners on Sunday.
Rasner to start Sunday
(5/4/2007) New York RHP Darrell Rasner will start Sunday's game against Seattle at Yankee Stadium. Rasner was up earlier this year with the Yankees. He is 1-0 at Class AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre with a 0.00 ERA in two appearances covering eight innings.
Rasner likely a two-starter
(5/3/2007) Rookie Phil Hughes was put on the disabled list Thursday, the seventh New York Yankees pitcher to go on the DL this season. Chris Britton was recalled from Triple-A Scranton to give the Yankees a fresh arm for the first game of Thursday's doubleheader against the Texas Rangers.
Rasner may get recalled by Yanks
(5/3/2007) Wednesday's rainout forced a doubleheader in Texas on Thursday, and it has thrown the Yankees' pitching for another loop. They already needed to call up a starter for Sunday, thought to be right-hander Matt DeSalvo. Now, they need a starter for Monday as well, and it could be right-hander Darrell Rasner, who is currently with DeSalvo at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
Yanks make some roster moves
(4/21/2007) The Yankees activated Jeff Karstens off the 15-day disabled list prior to his start Saturday at Boston. They also called up reliever Colter Bean. Starter Darrell Rasner and reliever Chris Britton were both sent down to Triple-A in to make room.
D. Rasner doesn't last five
(4/19/2007) Yankees starter Darrell Rasner was taken out in the fifth inning Thursday vs. Cleveland in a tied ballgame despite allowing just one run in his 4 1/3 innings of work. He allowed four hits while walking one and striking out three. The one run came off a solo home run by David Dellucci. Rasner did not factor in the final decision.
Rasner recovers from slow start
(4/15/2007) Yankees starter Darrell Rasner allowed only one hit after he allowed three runs in the first -- a leadoff single by Kendall in the fifth -- and finished his outing allowing just the three unearned runs and five hits in 5 1/3 innings Saturday at Oakland.
Yankees reshuffle their rotation
(4/13/2007) Yankees manager Joe Torre announced on WFAN Radio Station in New York Friday afternoon that he would be shuffling his rotation around in response to the injury to Mike Mussina and a minor forearm problem with Carl Pavano. Kei Igawa will still pitch Friday night at Oakland, but Carl Pavano will be pushed back from Saturday to Tuesday vs. Cleveland. Darrell Rasner will now pitch Saturday at Oakland in Pavano's place.
Rasner to fill in for Moose
(4/12/2007) According to MLB.com, Yankees SP Mike Mussina will miss his next start in the rotation after leaving Wednesday's game against the Twins with a strained left hamstring. Mussina had to call pitching coach Ron Guidry to the mound in the third inning Wednesday after feeling a repeating "grab" in the back of his leg. "It was the same feeling over and over," Mussina said. "I knew I couldn't pitch effectively if it was going to go that way." Yankees manager Joe Torre said that Mussina will not be available to make his next start Tuesday against the Indians. Darrell Rasner is the likely candidate to take Mussina's start.
Rasner takes the loss Sunday
(4/8/2007) Darrell Rasner (0-1) made it five flops in a row for the Yankees' starting rotation Sunday vs. Baltimore. Rasner gave up five runs and eight hits in 4 1/3 innings.
Rainout resets Yankees rotation
(4/4/2007) Following Wednesday's rainout, the Yankees reset their rotation. Andy Pettitte will pitch Thursday against Tampa Bay, while Mike Mussina, Kei Igawa and Darrell Rasner will work the homestand against the Orioles. Carl Pavano is pushed back to Monday at Minnesota.
Pettitte-Seo matchup rained out
(4/4/2007) The Devils Rays-Yankees game scheduled for Wednesday afternoon was postponed because of rain. Andy Pettitte was scheduled to start against Jae Seo, both of which will likely get moved back to start Thursday.
Rasner allows seven runs Wednesday
(3/28/2007) Yankees SP Darrell Rasner, among the candidates to start the season as the fifth starter, gave up seven runs and nine hits in 4 2/3 innings Wednesday against the Astros. He is now 0-1 with a 4.86 ERA and 11 strikeouts in 16 2/3 innings.
Karstens' loss, Rasner's gain?
(3/27/2007) Yankees right-hander Jeff Karstens, who left his start after two innings Sunday because of right elbow stiffness, will be shut down for a couple days. Both an MRI and CT scan were normal.
Karstens leaves with stiff elbow
(3/25/2007) Jeff Karstens' bid to start on opening day for the Yankees might have ended when he left after two innings Sunday against Detroit with right elbow stiffness. He allowed six runs and six hits before departing. "Anytime you have a problem, it worries you a little bit," Karstens said. "I never really got loose. If I'm not 100 percent healthy, I can't really help them anyway."
Karstens, Rasner have chance to start
(3/24/2007) New York Yankees right-hander Chien-Ming Wang, a 19-game winner last season, will start the season on the disabled list with a right hamstring pull. Wang, who had been under consideration to start opening day April 2 against Tampa Bay, is expected to be sidelined at least a month. "You're talking late April," Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Saturday. Wang will be placed on the disabled list when the Yankees break camp next weekend. He will remain at the Yankees' spring training complex for rehab. Cashman said there are no plans to look outside the organization to fill the roster spot.
Kartens, Rasner compete for spot
(3/14/2007) Jeff Karstens or Darrell Rasner might make the team as a long reliever, according to the New York Post, because the Yankees have so many early off days.
Torres likes Yanks' SP prospects
(2/16/2007) After the projected starters threw Thursday, the second group included Darrell Rasner, Jeff Karstens, Phil Hughes, Humberto Sanchez and Ross Ohlendorf. "Saw some live arms. I was very impressed," Torre said. "For an organization that really hasn't had any depth down there for a while, it's going to be good future-wise." Hughes is considered to be the Yankees' top pitching prospect. "He's an intelligent kid," Torre said. "I think he realizes he's a big part of our future. He seems to not be one of those kids that's trying to impress you, where he's trying to get your attention."
Yankees to have No. 5 battle?
(11/28/2006) For now, the Yankees' candidates for the No. 5 starter are Scott Proctor, Jeff Karstens, Darrell Rasner, Philip Hughes and Humberto Sanchez. New York also could be interested in free-agent pitchers such as Ted Lilly and Gil Meche. Their rotation includes Chien-Ming Wang, Mussina and Randy Johnson, who is coming off back surgery and might be behind when spring training starts in mid-February. In addition, Carl Pavano is trying to return from a succession of shoulder, back, buttocks, elbow and rib injuries that have sidelined him since June 2005.
D. Rasner pitches on short rest
(9/19/2006) Yankees pitcher Darrell Rasner (3-0) won on three days' rest Monday at Toronto, allowing three runs and six hits over six innings. Rasner started in place of Cory Lidle, who has tendinitis in his right index finger.
Rasner could face Toronto
(9/15/2006) After the recent rain delays and the back-to-back the Yankees have drastically altered their pitching rotation. Randy Johnson will start on Saturday night. Jaret Wright, who was scheduled to start Game 1 on Saturday, will now pitch the first game on Sunday, while Mike Mussina remains set in his start on Sunday night. The real changes come for the three-game series starting Monday at Toronto. Darrell Rasner, Jeff Karstens and Sean Henn are expected to make spot starts and Cory Lidle is being skipped due to a sore right finger.
Impressive Rasner back to bullpen
(9/4/2006) The Yankees got strong pitching performances from a pair of rookie starters over the weekend: Jeff Karstens and Darrell Rasner. "We have confidence right now that we can throw anybody out there and get the job done," Alex Rodriguez said. But with Mike Mussina ready to come off the disabled list, manager Joe Torre said both youngsters are headed to the bullpen for now.
Rasner goes six in Yankee debut
(9/3/2006) Darrell Rasner pitched six impressive innings for his first major league win to lead the New York Yankees past the Minnesota Twins 10-1 on Sunday. Recalled from Triple-A Columbus before the game, the 25-year-old Rasner (1-0) allowed four hits and walked none in his second big league start -- and first for the Yankees.
(9/3/2006) Mike Mussina, who is on the 15-day DL with a groin injury, will start Tuesday in Kansas City. Chien-Ming Wang will start Monday and Randy Johnson will pitch Wednesday. With an off day Thursday, manager Joe Torre will decide between Cory Lidle and Jaret Wright for Friday's start in Baltimore.
Yankees start Rasner on Sunday
(9/3/2006) RHP Darrell Rasner is slated to make his first start for the Yankees in the series finale against Minnesota on Sunday. It will be his second major league start overall. Rasner was 4-0 with a 2.56 ERA in 10 starts at Triple-A Columbus this year.
Rasner to start Sudnay
(9/1/2006) Jeff Karstens earned another start for the Yankees against the Twins on Saturday. And Darrell Rasner will get a spot start in the Yankees' rotation against the Twins on Sunday.
Rasner off DL, sent to Triple-A
(8/25/2006) The Yankees activated RHP Darrell Rasner (shoulder) from the 15-day DL and optioned him to Triple-A Columbus of the IL.
Darrell Rasner going to AFL
(8/23/2006) The Yankees are sending the following players to the Arizona Fall League: J.B. Cox, Sean Henn, Jeff Kennard, Darrell Rasner, Eric Dunan and Brett Gardner.
Rasner moved to 60-day DL
(7/15/2006) Darrell Rasner (shoulder) was transferred from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list on Friday, as the team made room for newly-acquired veteran Sidney Ponson.
Yankees put Rasner on DL
(6/3/2006) The New York Yankees placed right-hander Darrell Rasner on the 15-day disabled list Saturday with soreness in his pitching shoulder, and recalled left-hander Matt Smith from Triple-A Columbus. Rasner made his Yankees debut Thursday at Detroit, allowing one hit in 1 2/3 innings of relief. He was recalled Wednesday from Columbus, where he went 4-0 with a 2.56 ERA in nine starts.
Yankees recall Darrell Rasner
(6/1/2006) Darrell Rasner was called up from Triple-A Columbus and Koyie Hill was designated for assignment by the N.Y. Yankees. Rasner, 25, was claimed off waivers from Washington in February, just two days before the start of spring training.
Yankees to call up RHP Rasner?
(5/30/2006) Jorge Posada's return to action was promising enough the Yankees made plans to designate Koyie Hill for assignment and promote right-hander Darrell Rasner from Triple-A Columbus, according to the New York Post. Lefty Matt Smith isn't eligible to return because he was sent down within the past 10 days.
Rasner reassigned to minors
(3/11/2006) New York reassigned RHPs Philip Hughes and Darrell Rasner, C Jason Brown, INF Danny Garcia and OF Chris Prieto to its minor league camp Saturday.
Yanks claim Nats prospect Rasner
(2/11/2006) The Yankees claimed right-hander Darrell Rasner off waivers from the Nationals on Saturday. Rasner was 0-1 with a 3.68 ERA in five appearances, including one start, for the Nationals after being called up from the minors Sept. 6. He was 6-7 with a 3.59 ERA in 27 games for Double-A Harrisburg.
Nats give Rasner one-year deal
(2/8/2006) The Nationals agreed to terms with 1B Larry Broadway, 3B Kory Casto, RHP Darrell Rasner, RHP Travis Hughes and LHP Mike Hinckley on one-year contracts.
Rasner among 'committee' 4th starter
(9/8/2005) Manager Frank Robinson has decided to go to a four-man rotation when it's needed, consisting of what he has taken to calling the "Big Three" -- Livan Hernandez, Esteban Loaiza and John Patterson -- plus what might be a starter-by-committee out of the bullpen. "It's the right thing to do for the ballclub, and the players that are involved, the pitchers that are involved, agree," Robinson said, adding he'll do it "as long as we're in the wild-card race."
Nats go to Rasner on Tuesday
(9/6/2005) RHP Darrell Rasner will start Tuesday, making his major-league debut. He was recalled Monday from Double-A Harrisburg, where he went 6-7 with a 3.59 ERA.
Nationals option Rasner to Double-A
(3/17/2005) RHP Darrell Rasner was optioned Wednesday to Harrisburg of the Eastern League, the Nationals' Double-A affiliate.