Cliff Lee signs to Phillies, Turning Down Yankees

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

It was quite the upset: in a stunning turn of events last night, pitcher Cliff Lee signed a contract for fewer years and less money than was offered him by the New York Yankees. Why? Maybe he wanted to be part of the best pitching rotation in baseball — the Phillies boast Roy Halladay, Cole Hamles, and Roy Oswalt. For more on the story we're joined by Dan Friedell, freelance sports writer. 


Dan Friedell

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