When the Yankees signed Ji-Man Choi as a minor league free agent, there seemed little chance he ever would get to the Bronx. And when Chris Carter was inked in February, Choi was buried even further on the depth chart. But a seemingly never-ending array of injuries and lack of production at first base has...
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JANUARY 15, 2014
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2014 - CHOI'S NEULBOM INC.
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