Richard Aldo Cerone
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 5' 11", Weight: 192 lb.
Born: May 19, 1954 in Newark, NJ
School: Seton Hall University (South Orange, NJ) by the Drafted Cleveland Indians in the 1st round (7th pick) of the 1975 amateur draft.
( All Transactions) Debut: August 17, 1975 (Age 21)
vs. MIN 1 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB Teams (by GP): Yankees/BlueJays/RedSox/Braves/Mets/... 1975-1992 Agents: Tom Reich, previously: George Kalafatis,Randy Hendricks,Alan Hendricks [*] Final Game: July 10, 1992 (Age 38)
vs. SFG 3 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
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News -- October 2013
10/2 James Smyth Broadcast: Top Yankees Postseason Home Runs by Inning: Third Inning: We continue our series with the biggest third inning home runs in Yankees playoff history:(1st inning, 2nd inning)6. ... News -- July 2013
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5/19 Replacement Level Red Sox Blog: Game Thread 44 – Red Sox (26-17, 2nd 1GB) vs. Twins (5/19/13): First Pitch – 2:10 PM John Lackey (1-4, 4.05) vs. Pedro Hernandez (2-0, 5.79) Note: Five teams score 10 or more runs yesterday. ...
5/9 WasWatching: Guys You Never Expected To Play 3B For The Yankees: Since 1973: Player #Matching ▴ Rick Cerone 1 Ind. Games Rick Dempsey 1 Ind. Games Elliott Maddox 1 Ind. Games Tim McIntosh ...
5/8 Jays Journal: Toronto Blue Jays: A History of Great (WPA) Performances: After the Toronto Blue Jays ridiculous comeback from a 7 run deficit against the Tampa Bay Rays where J.P. Arencibia managed ...
5/8 Bleeding Yankee Blue: #15:
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4/10 Bleeding Yankee Blue: THAT'S RIGHETTI SPAGHETTI TO YOU!:
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2/28 Jays Journal: The History of Our Home Openers: 1980: For those of you who are keeping track, Unky Jeff mentioned last article that Roy Hartsfield was let go as manager of the Blue ...
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2/6 Bleeding Yankee Blue: WHY A BOBBLEHEAD HONOR TOPS OFF JETER'S CAREER: "The Tri-City ValleyCats announced today that 1994 Albany-Colonie Yankee Derek Jeter will be the inaugural member of their brand ... News -- December 2011
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10/12 Bleeding Yankee Blue: WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO THE FAMILY BALLPARK?: I think I've found the best family friendly ballpark out there, but let me back up and start at the beginning. Look, I’m no ... News -- September 2011
9/26 NY Baseball Digest: The Mets Out Evil the Evil Empire: The last time the Mets blocked a minor league team from coming into the Tri-State Area it led to the wildly successful Long Island ... News -- July 2011
7/30 B-R Blog: Worst Batting Seasons By Catchers Since 1973: It's a simple list. . Rk Player OPS+ G Year Age Tm Lg PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB IBB SO HBP SH SF GDP SB CS BA OBP SLG OPS Pos ...
7/15 NY Baseball Digest: Newark Baseball Appears on the Brink: Every Friday I take a look at what is going on with Independent Baseball. Today, I took at look at the Newark Bears and wonder ... News -- June 2011
6/28 The Captain's Blog: Brewers Return to Bronx Recalls Rivalry from the 1980s: When the Milwaukee Brewers take the field tonight in the Bronx, it will be the first time the team has played at Yankee Stadium ...
6/26 NY Baseball Digest: Old Timers’ Day, Koufax Last Hit, Saturday Baseball: Want to get your juices flowing for Old Timers’ Day at the Stadium later today? Check out this video with highlights from ... News -- May 2011
5/19 B-R Blog: Fewest career regular-season homers for a player with at least 3 post-season homers: Among players with at least 3 career post-season homers, here are the players with the fewest regular-season homers: Rk Player ... News -- March 2011
3/22 The Captain's Blog: Interborough Transfer: Yanks Decide Against Taking a Look at Perez; Mets’ Avoid Thumb of Murphy’s Law: Lately, the Mets have suffered from baseball’s version of Murphy’s Law. Just when it looks like the team has hit rock bottom, ... News -- February 2011
News -- December 2010
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11/24 The Captain's Blog: Yankees’ Arbitration History, or Why Rick Cerrone Was Ungrateful and Don Mattingly Couldn’t Play Little Jack Armstrong: Last night was the deadline for major league teams to offer salary arbitration to their ranked (type-A and type-B) free agents, ...
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6/9 B-R Blog: Draft history of catchers in the first round: With Bryce Harper going #1 to the Nationals in this year's draft, let's take a look at the history of catchers going in the first ...