Hardball Talk "Chris Capuano failed to make it out of the first inning in Tuesday’s start and now the Yankees have decided to part ways with the veteran left-hander, designating him for assignment. Capuano pitched reasonably well for the Red Sox and Yankees last season, but he allowed 26 runs in 31 innings..." July 29
New York Post "Chris Capuano likely will start the season on the disabled list after suffering a strained right quadriceps during his start against the Red Sox on Wednesday. “It’s going to be a while,” manager Joe Girardi said before the Yankees beat the Braves, 3-2, at George M. Steinbrenner Field on..." March 13
Yankees announce that LHP Chris Capuano has a Grade 2 quadriceps strain. Safe to say he will begin the year on the disabled list.
New York Daily News "Another day, another reunion. The Yankees signed Chris Capuano to a one-year, $5 million contract, bringing back the lefthander who spent the final two-plus months of 2014 in pinstripes. Capuano isn't going to shift the power in the American League East, but the 36-year-old provides rotation..." December 17
Capuano will get $5M on the 1-year deal. Back-end-of the rotation type who has also relieved.
CBS Sports "CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman reports that the Red Sox are engaged in contract talks with free agent left-hander Chris Capuano. Heyman adds that Capuano is apparently willing to consider a swingman/"sixth starter" role with the champion Red Sox. Capuano, age 35 and a native of Springfield, Mass.,..." February 20
Chris Capuano's asking price -- at two years earlier in the winter -- is down to one year, according to sources.
Chris Capuano is looking for a two-year deal, and is said to be willing to wait for that deal to evolve someplace.
MLB.com "The Dodgers on Thursday declined the 2014 options on left-hander Chris Capuano and second baseman Mark Ellis, buying out each for $1 million to make them free agents, although either could re-sign with the club. The Dodgers and Capuano had a mutual option at $8 million for 2014, while the club..." November 01
Los Angeles Times "Second baseman Mark Ellis and left-handed pitcher Chris Capuano became free agents Thursday as the Dodgers declined to exercise their options for next season. The steady-fielding Ellis became expendable when the Dodgers signed Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero to a four-year, $28-million..." October 31
Chris Capuano still one of the best guys in baseball. He's throwing a 'pen today & hoping to crack WS roster if Dodgers can make it.
Chris Capuano said he will start Sunday.
Chris Capuano having an MRI today. If it goes well, he'll start Saturday. Hyun-jin Ryu in line for Friday start
MLB.com "Filling in for injured starter Zack Greinke, Chris Capuano left Tuesday's game against the Padres in the top of the third inning due to a strained left calf. "It's a little sore. A strain, but not a full tear or anything like that," Capuano said after the Dodgers fell to the Padres, 9-2, at..." April 17
It'll be Chris Capuano taking Greinke's spot in #Dodgers rotation Tuesday. Capuano threw full bullpen session this afternoon. Do the math