Yankees GM Talks about Tide
David Robertson, a 17th round 2006 MLB draft choice, is currently a relief pitcher establishing a reputation for reliability with the "Bronx Bombers". He appeared in 64 games last season compiling a 3.82 ERA pitching 61.1 innings.
Andy Phillips, once a utility infielder for baseball's most successful franchise, was named an assistant coach for the Crimson Tide in December. His primary duties will be as a hitting and infield coach.
Cashman discusses Robertson and Phillips with BamaMag.com's A.P. Steadham:
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