|Sep. 10 9:32 PM PT10:32 PM MT11:32 PM CT12:32 AM ET0:32 ET4:32 GMT12:32 9:32 PM MST11:32 PM EST12:02 AM VEN8:32 UAE11:32 PM CT-Clippard is one of the unsung heroes of the Yankees' surge into contention. He worked another scoreless inning Friday in a 7-5 win over the Rays and has a 0.53 ERA in 18 appearances since joining New York.
Analysis: Clippard has allowed no earned runs in his last 16 games, yielding eights hits in 15 innings with seven walks and 15 strikeouts.
|July 31 12:49 PM PT1:49 PM MT2:49 PM CT3:49 PM ET15:49 ET19:49 GMT3:49 12:49 PM MST2:49 PM EST3:19 PM VEN23:49 UAE2:49 PM CT-The Diamondbacks traded Clippard to the Yankees for fellow right-hander Vicente Campos.
Analysis: Clippard returns to the team that drafted him in 2003, though he only appeared in six games for New York - all in 2007. He could be a candidate for some saves - he has 54 in his career - now that the Yankees have traded away Aroldis Chapman and Andrew Miller, but Dellin Betances is expected to fill the closer role on a regular basis.
|Feb. 8 3:23 PM PT4:23 PM MT5:23 PM CT6:23 PM ET18:23 ET23:23 GMT7:23 4:23 PM MST6:23 PM EST6:53 PM VEN3:23 UAE (+1)5:23 PM CT-Clippard has agreed to a two-year contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Analysis: The deal with the right-hander, who turns 31 on Sunday, adds a proven reliever and additional late-game option for the Diamondbacks, who expect to be a contender after boosting their rotation by signing Zack Grienke and acquiring Shelby Miller in a trade with Atlanta. Clippard had a 2.92 ERA last year with the Oakland Athletics and New York Mets. He spent most of his nine-year major league career as setup man for the Washington Nationals.