To all those who were absolutely sure that they “knew” that Clemens was going to sign with Boston because of whatever…This shows that we, the fans, do not know everythng that is going on behind the scenes.
By the way, same line applies to Rasner’s pitch count. Maybe with time he can go longer, but he pitched great today. He did his job.
Pete, you didn’t predict this? What a night to have a crappy mlb.tv connection… So cool that Andy was clueless about it. So excited (and very relieved that Boston didn’t get him, that rotation could have been very hard to catch up to)! Oh, do you think they flashed this on the scoreboard in Minnesota? ;o)
I think this is fantastic news, and this assures Torre’s job is safe…so now we don’t have to hear anymore fire Torre threads, myself included. So let’s sit back and enjoy this. The rotations sure looks a lot better now.
>iâ€™ve said it before and iâ€™ll say it again: clemens isnâ€™t coming to a team with an unstable bullpen and a real knack for finding ways to lose games. he said he wants another championship, and boston is his best opportunity. by a country mile, at this point.). so, that leaves the yankees with three good-to-decent starters and two massive question marks. thatâ€™s not exactly a recipe for success.
Dude, you are right and all that about the yanks and bosox. But it’s time for you to eat crow. Not that I think Clemens will be that great to begin with… but your prediction was off by a OLDE country mile.
What will be the Yankee’s excuse for not winning when the payroll is $300 million? They’ve reached a new level of absurdity, and that performance by Susan yesterday was embarassing for any fan of baseball. Yikes.