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Hot Stove Mailbag No. 2

Posted by: Peter Abraham - Posted in Misc on Oct 11, 2008 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

mailbox.jpgHere’s a mini-mailbag with a few questions that arrived this week:

Kerwin writes: According to Mlbtraderumors.com, Josh Bard became a free agent. Do you see the Yankees getting a catcher like him as protection in case Jorge Posada has trouble coming back after surgery next season?

Answer: This is a very good point. I’m not sure Bard is the guy (he hit .202), but the Yankees need to invest in a halfway decent catcher to start at AAA or be the backup to Francisco Cervelli. If something were to happen to Posada, I don’t think Cervelli is ready to be a regular in the majors. He has played only 24 games above Single-A ball in his career. Chad Moeller isn’t the answer.

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Margaret writes: What to do about the first base situation? Should we sign Mark Teixeira? Should we leave the position as a repository for all our aging big contracts? Or perhaps we should squeeze Posada in there? What do you think about Posada becoming a player coach?

Answer: I think it’s fair to say Jorge is not going to be a player coach. The Yankees aren’t paying him $13.1 million for three more years (yikes) to be a coach. As for your other questions, the Yankees are correctly focusing on their rotation and figure to sign at least one one and probably two free agents. This could prohibit them from signing Teixeira.

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Andrew writes: After watching the Angles in their premature ALDS-losing series, I am 100 percent convinced the Yankees should make getting Mark Teixeira their No. 1 concern this off season. Yes, you can say pitching is a huge part for the Yankees this off season, but watching Tex make diving plays after big defensive plays and getting a few hits along the way, this guy is a winner waiting to spotlight in the Big Apple.

Answer: Is this you, Scott Boras? Let’s have lunch in Vegas.

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88 Responses to “Hot Stove Mailbag No. 2”

  1. David October 11th, 2008 at 10:54 am

    I’m with Andrew. I’d rather see the Yanks sign Tex than give a long-term contract to a free agent pitcher who might turn out to be another Carl Pavano or Barry Zito.

  2. Ryan October 11th, 2008 at 10:58 am

    I say the yanks should sign a free agent starter …best one of the bunch that will sign with the yanks and grab tex..this way u can let abreu go and not miss much at all…gotta give phil franchise another shot…it’s the only way get get both problems fixed

  3. Mark in Tampa October 11th, 2008 at 11:00 am

    I would prefer to go the other way, and spend the majority of the offseason money on starting pitching. That has been the big weakness since ’03. After watching many big name hitters come up small year after year–Ryan Howard, Utley, Derrick Lee, etc, generating runs in other ways than HRs is a must in the postseason. An interesting stat during last night’s game–the 4 AL teams with the best winning % when they don’t hit a HR were the 4 playoff teams.

  4. Tom October 11th, 2008 at 11:03 am

    I know it’s a stretch, and would never happen, but here me out.

    With the Posada situation being what it is, why not call up the Buccos and see what it would take to get Ryan Doumit? He has played 1st, right and catcher throughout his career. He can hit too.

  5. Mark in Tampa October 11th, 2008 at 11:09 am

    Tom,

    The problem is not so much who to get to catch if Posada can’t do it; the problem is what to do with Posada. With 13M/yr on his deal, he will be on the team. His bat is great for a catcher, only so-so for a DH or 1b. And def. not good enough to offset his defensive weakness if he was to play first. If he can’t catch he will be the next Giambi–Can’t move him because of his deal, no position for him that truly benefits the team.

  6. Skippy October 11th, 2008 at 11:22 am

    Perhaps the Yankees should look into getting Brett Myers to be a right-handed bat off the bench.

  7. Tom October 11th, 2008 at 11:25 am

    Mark, I understand the problem. If Posada is forced to move to 1B or DH at some point next year then who plays catcher is an issue.

    As you said, Posada’s bat is great for a catcher, but average at first or DH. Therefore, having a player like Doumit (or Victor Martinez who’s a FA after next year) around can offset Posada’s bat in the lineup. It would be beneficial for the Yankees to have a above average hitter to replace replace Posada a catcher. If Posada is moved that forces Molina to be in the lineup everday, thus weakening two spots in the lineup.

  8. hobbie October 11th, 2008 at 11:29 am

    Doumit is a good catcher, but unless the Pirates are turning themselves into best buy, I suspect they want to hold onto someone who is relatively cheap, does the job and under their control

  9. Erik October 11th, 2008 at 11:31 am

    What about Jose Molina???

  10. Braintrust October 11th, 2008 at 11:34 am

    “We play today, we win today, Das it!”, where’s that guy in the clubhouse? We need to get those types of players.

  11. Buddy Biancalana October 11th, 2008 at 11:36 am

    Getting a versatile C that can play other positions would be key. If the Yanks are going to carry 3 catchers, you can’t throw away a roster spot. Girardi should be player manager, problem solved.

  12. Buddy Biancalana October 11th, 2008 at 11:37 am

    Yeah, I miss Mariano too.

  13. Braintrust October 11th, 2008 at 11:40 am

    The problem is that we traded a decent catching prospect for Randy Johnson.

  14. pat October 11th, 2008 at 11:43 am

    “We play today, we win today, Das it!”, where’s that guy in the clubhouse?”

    He’s actually coaching 1st base for the Dodgers. Maybe he needs to try that out on them to see if it still works.

  15. Dow Zero October 11th, 2008 at 11:43 am

    Is Warren Buffet a Yankee fan?

  16. Bo knows October 11th, 2008 at 11:44 am

    And Johnson cost us Beltran. And George cost us Vladdy. How the hell did we manage.

  17. Troy October 11th, 2008 at 11:51 am

    Teixeira is a must this off-season

  18. vinny-b October 11th, 2008 at 11:52 am

    at the time, vlad was my fave player.

    Sheff may very well have been, the better signing.

    Beltran? different story. He should’ve been a yankee.

  19. Tom October 11th, 2008 at 11:53 am

    “The problem is that we traded a decent catching prospect for Randy Johnson”

    That whole progression was just awful. We traded Nick Johnson*, Juan Rivera*, and Dioner Navarro for what? Those three players would be very useful for the Yankees right now.

    **Yes I know that both Nick Johnson and Juan Rivera have had broken legs and Various other ailments. One can’t assume they would have happened if they stayed Yankees.

  20. Braintrust October 11th, 2008 at 11:55 am

    Check out today’s Post interview with Hank, which featured this sweetheart of a quote.

    “The most important thing to remember is this: If you didn’t get it from me or my brother [Hal], it doesn’t mean [anything]. I don’t care about some piss-ant employee. If you don’t get it from me or Hal, it’s meaningless. I have a lot of things [in Tampa] and Hal is in New York, which is good.”

    You think this might be a tense working atmosphere? He is a walking contradiction. He doesn’t want the media scrutiny, then let’s his flap fly with more dumb crap. I would love to see someone put this joker in his place.

    http://www.nypost.com/seven/10.....133073.htm

  21. Bo knows October 11th, 2008 at 12:00 pm

    Sheff was a dom dumb signing. How many rings would Beltran and Vladdy have produced. You’re talking a MVP and the best CF of the last five years. Instead you got Sheff and old Cranky for a couple of years. You have Johnson and you sign Giambi. How the hell are we still competing.

  22. Bo knows October 11th, 2008 at 12:03 pm

    Way to faceslap Cashman, the guy’s his own worst enemy. A week after you sign Cashman you snipe him. At least George was bright.

  23. hobbie October 11th, 2008 at 12:05 pm

    We say the Yankees have produced no position players since Jeter- but when we produce players they wind up on other teams. Rivera an angel, Johnson a national and Navarro a Ray

  24. vinny-b October 11th, 2008 at 12:06 pm

    I don’t expect Vlad would’ve been a winner in NYY.

    Sheff was money, and the best hitter on the team. Was definitely not the problem.

  25. Troy October 11th, 2008 at 12:09 pm

    Hank, once again, shows his idiocy. Genius

  26. Bo knows October 11th, 2008 at 12:10 pm

    Yep Sheff was great for what? 2 years, something like that.

  27. bubba October 11th, 2008 at 12:22 pm

    Consider moving someone for Hank Blalock to play 1B. The Rangers have too many guys for that position. Blalock is still young and had a terrific last couple of months.

  28. David October 11th, 2008 at 12:25 pm

    It was another world when the Yanks had their choice of signing Vlad or Sheff. Back then, the Yanks could sign any free agent the wanted, because they had the most money and they were expected to be favorites to win the World Series.

  29. Mark in Tampa October 11th, 2008 at 12:35 pm

    Sheffield over Vlad was actually the smart move at that time. Vlad was coming off of a scary back injury, but was demanding 6 years, a major risk. His back hasn’t acted up, but looking at it back then, that was a big risk. Sheffield, being the older player, was an advantage. They were able to sign him for less years, thus dump him more easily when his skills and value declined. Plus, Vlad looks old right now, he is getting to that DH/occasional OF position real quick. Makes Arod look like a postseason monster as well.

  30. Crosetti October 11th, 2008 at 12:58 pm

    Erik, I firmly endorse your question:

    WHAT ABOUT JOSÉ MOLINA?

    Why is everybody worrying about second class or inmature catchers to pair with Posada, when you have the very best back-up in Jose Molina?

  31. YankeeVIP October 11th, 2008 at 1:01 pm

    I wish people would stop trying to simply put Posada at 1B!!!!

    seriously, if you think he can simply move over to 1b and be effective, your delusional.

    He has said he doesnt want to play 1b.. if you werent happy with giambi at 1b, how can you think posada can be any better (posada is alot slower, less agile… you think he is making any diving stops). look at the failed experiment with piazza at first.

    Jorge is NOT a first baseman.. simple as that.

  32. Casper October 11th, 2008 at 1:04 pm

    Jeter is the only position player they’ve brought up? How about Robbie Cano? They also had Soriano.. the only reason they don’t is because of arod..

    Tell me what position players have they needed? we had: Boone at 3rd, Jeters SS, Soriano 2nd, and Giambi at 1st

    Then we trade Soriano for Arod giving us:

    Arod at 3rd, Jeter @ SS, Platoon at 2b and Giambi @ 1st

    then Cano came up…

    What other position players have we needed???

    Now we need a First baseman, but thats the only position that for me is a fill up spot needed.. CF we have a few options and Jorge will be fine, with a spell from Molina… I think you guys are overreacting.

  33. Troy October 11th, 2008 at 1:23 pm

    Gardner and another CF can make an effective platoon. 1B and SP are the true needs of this team… I am confident they will make the proper moves

  34. Bobby October 11th, 2008 at 1:43 pm

    At this juncture, the Yanks need to be prudent.

    I believe both First, Catcher, Center, and one Outfielder corner position are needs. We need to clear up the DH mess:
    Posada, Damon, Matsui, and possibly Giambi. We can pick up a pitcher for either Hideki or Johnny, but must

    Catcher: Possible Posada or Molina.
    First: Texeira or Miranda

    Cashman’s track record over the previous five years has been disheartening. I believe the acquistion of Alex Rodriquiez has senselessly put much of the Yankee payroll into one player. As a result, that one player complicates the balancing of money priorities.

    I just hope they can benefit from riding the roster of these one dimensional, high cost, and non-clutch performers to a athletic , hustling team.

    Outfield:

    Xavier Nady
    Brett Gardner/Johnny Damon
    ???????

  35. 86w183 October 11th, 2008 at 2:12 pm

    ARod’s contract does not keep the Yankees from doing anything. If you don’t like ARod in pinstripes, don’t blame Cashman.

    Thanx VIP for joining my efforts to silence the “Jorge to 1B” talk. He’ll catch or DH, it’s that simple. I do think another catcher might be a prudent insurance policy. David Ross, Henry Balnco and Rod Barajas are FA possibilities. If everyone’s healthy they have a great trade chip.

    I want Teixiera and CC…. but Blaylock could be an interesting addition since he wouldn’t be too costly and is young enough to return to All-Star cliber. He has a $ 6.25 M option.. I wonder if Texas picks it up or saves the $$$ for pitching.

    Phase one of the hot stove leave will be the decisions regarding arbitration for impending FA and the decisions of Mussina and Pettite regarding 2009. It appears the Yanks want both on one year contracts and if they return only one FA pitcher will be signed.

  36. Brad October 11th, 2008 at 2:49 pm

    Signing Teixeira would definitely open the door for other moves.
    It may mean that either Damon or Matsui could be dealt to gain some roster flexability with so many DH types still around.
    Packaging one with any of Duncan, Kennedy, Betemit and others in the system for starting pitching in the event Sabathia or Burnett are not signed.
    Posada could be used in certain games at first base to give Teixeira a day off or be used as a DH.
    Whoever survives a Damon or Matsui deal is the DH for the bulk of games.

  37. RossDfarian October 11th, 2008 at 2:49 pm

    This is very simple:
    Sign Mussina, if he wants to play (all indications are to the contrary) … try to make him want to play!!!
    Go after CC but, don’t think that signing AJ Burnett is settling if you cannot get CC
    Consider Pettitte as a Clemens-type home & Texas starter; this will allow prospects to show their wares every so often
    Offer arbitration to Abreu – great if he accepts or declines … figuring he declines L2R: Damon, Gardner, Nady … sign Cameron if his option isn’t picked up by Milwaukee. Bring up Austin Jackson upon injury to any of those four.
    Get Texeira! If Boras gets too big for his britches, pursue Aubrey Huff (even if you over-pay with Alan Horne, Justin Christian, and another prospect). That guy is under-rated.

  38. patrick October 11th, 2008 at 2:50 pm

    This is what the linup should look like
    C-Jose Molina/Jorge Posada

    1st-Mark Texiera Lf- Zavier Nady

    D.h- Jorge Posada Cf.- Johnny Damon/Bret Gardner

    2nd- Robinson Cano Rf- Melky Cabrera

    S.S- Derek Jeter

    3rd- Alex Rodriguez

    PITCHING ROTATIOn

    CC. Sabathia
    Chein ming-wang
    Joba Chamberlain
    Tim Linicumb
    Phil Hughes/Andy Pettite

    I think that the yankees need texiera and cc. sabathia and then try to see your option on packaging kennedy and matsui for linucumb from the giants..?? who agrees

  39. RossDfarian October 11th, 2008 at 2:56 pm

    PS – What’s with all this ‘trade Damon’ crap? He was one of our most consistent players this year (in a year inconsistency killed us). He’s got 4 tools and can run balls down as well as anyone else. If you put Austin Jackson’s name on Johnny Damon’s stats, everyone would be holding A-Jax out as the second-coming! Johnny is a leader in the clubhouse and really thrives with the NY media. His trade value is not worth as much as playing him 140 games.

    PPS – There is no market for Matsui. He has broken down but is still getting paid like an all-star. I am a Yankee fan and that means I like / root for Matsui. I just don’t think others covet him or his contract. Perhaps he could find use in Seattle if the Mariners lose Ibanez and finally give up on Ichiro.

  40. RossDfarian October 11th, 2008 at 2:59 pm

    That’s funny, Kennedy and someone else for the NL Cy Young … good stuff, Patrick.

  41. RossDfarian October 11th, 2008 at 3:02 pm

    Following up … any time the Yankees open up trade talks, the opposing GMs are asking for Phil Hughes. It must try the patience of Brian Cashman to have to navigate around that topic four or five times a week!
    IPK does not have the trade value a Quadruple A guy should have! But, I believe a change of scenery and a couple of years will help him develop into a solid #3 or #4 starter. Perhaps if he’s closer to home and in a smaller market?

  42. bigjf October 11th, 2008 at 3:49 pm

    I know the Yanks have been burned on contracts for big pitchers in the past, but they have to go all in on Sabathia, much like the Giants did for Zito. I’d rather get burned on a guy like that, who has played injury-free at a superstar level, rather than on a guy with a history of injury and underperforming, like Burnett.

    I really think Sabathia is all the Yanks need. I’d like to get Teixeira, but I wouldn’t give him more than 6-7 years. Besides, I’m not confident that Posada is going to be ready to catch. Obviously, if they can make a sound trade for a guy like Peavy they should probably go for it, but a projected rotation of Sabathia, Wang, Pettitte (at less money), Joba, and Coke/Aceves/Hughes looks much better than the cast of characters trotted out there this year.

  43. tom w October 11th, 2008 at 4:02 pm

    how about we sign tex and cc as free agents, then trade kennedy and whoever else for peavy. that would solve most of our problems.

  44. Braintrust October 11th, 2008 at 4:24 pm

    First we should sign Sabathia. Then explore trade possibilities for starting pitching. We should kick the tires on Lowe, but pitching in the NL West, and AL East are night and day. For Center, I can see us going into the spring with Damon & Gardner, with Melky an outside shot. There aren’t any decent CF FA’s out there, and any team with a ML ready talent isn’t likely to trade them for what the Yankees have to offer. I do think the Yanks can work up a deal with the Pirates for Adam Laroche to play 1B who’s a year from free agency. I think the rotation will shape up as Sabathia, Wang, Chamberlain, Pettitte or Mussina, & Hughes.

  45. Braintrust October 11th, 2008 at 4:30 pm

    Here’s a trade idea, Laroche & Maholm for Kennedy, Cabrera, Miranda, & Wright.

  46. TKinDC October 11th, 2008 at 5:18 pm

    I think it is funny how people are looking for solutions to the Yankees problems in a trade from a doormat from the NL. Give me some of that Pitt Pirate Magic in the Bronx – that will fix everything! :)

    Teixeira is going to be too much money and too many years. Let him stick around in the Angels clubhouse with a fading Vladdy and awful bullpen. Moreno doesn’t have a ton of financial bullets and Tex should keep him quiet even though he is going to let K-Rod go.

    Sign CC at any price. Maybe it will give Hank a chance to rediscover his fragile self-esteem by spouting off and actually delivering.

    Sign either Lowe or AJ – Let Andy go, make an offer to Moose, and trust Joba to be a sometimes-skipped starter throughout the year.

  47. buck turgidson October 11th, 2008 at 6:16 pm

    If you don’t focus on pitching, having a guy like Texeira is pointless.

    He won’t be able to make diving stops on balls that are sailing out of the ballpark or bouncing off the outfield walls (not a referendum on this year’s staff). Good pitching is paramount.

    As an aside, first base fielding skills are, and always have been, overrated. You obviously don’t want a complete stiff out there, but people treat the need for first base defense right up there with good defense at 2B, SS, C, and CF (which if you noticed we DON’T have the first 3–or 4 if Damon winds up in center next season).

  48. michael in sd October 11th, 2008 at 6:22 pm

    how anyone can think texiera is more important than pitching boggles the mind. just look at the red sox continued success. all u need to know is: beckett, lester, dice k. aces = championships. why is this so hard to understand?

  49. Tom October 11th, 2008 at 6:26 pm

    The Yankees need starting pitching more than anything else.

    Their Starting pitchers had an ERA of 4.58 and averaged 5.5 innings per start. Both of those stats are putrid.

  50. RJPinstripes October 11th, 2008 at 7:42 pm

    We have to sign Tex and get a starting pitcher…C.C.? And perhaps a couple of trades to re-make the team! We have mucho, mucho competition in the AL east so we have to get much better inorder to compete and make the playoffs.

  51. Joeysdadjoe October 11th, 2008 at 9:22 pm

    Pitching needs to be the focus.Give CC what he wants.Derek Lowe would be my second choice(we need 2).Re-sign Mussina and Pettite if they want to come back.If we get all four it’s them + Wang .If 3 it’s Joba as the 5 if not he sets up Mo.Forget Tex.He wants 20 per.Jason Giambi will give you most of that offense for 2/24.Everyone likes to trash him but he did drive in almost 100 runs.Let Abreu leave.He wants 3 years.

  52. bru October 11th, 2008 at 10:44 pm

    the yankees need to sign a few decent free agent pitchers,first baseman,centerfielder.
    they don’t have to be the greatest or most expensive.
    look at all the playoff teams.they have ok pitching,that’s all.
    i think they should focus on pitching and first base.ajax is coming along nicely.
    sign the pitchers and trade for a first baseman without giving up,hughes,ajax,montero or cano.

  53. bru October 11th, 2008 at 10:53 pm

    the yankees made a huge mistake in signing arod to a 10 yr contract for 27-30 million a year.he would have taken less.
    they also made a mistake in signing posada for 4 years and will make the same mistake with jeter.

    boston is smart,they let the old players go without looking back or feeling guilty.this is seriously hurting the yankees.

  54. bru October 11th, 2008 at 11:00 pm

    Brad
    October 11th, 2008 at 2:49 pm
    Signing Teixeira would definitely open the door for other moves.
    It may mean that either Damon or Matsui could be dealt to gain some roster flexability with so many DH types still around.
    Packaging one with any of Duncan, Kennedy, Betemit and others in the system for starting pitching in the event Sabathia or Burnett are not signed.
    Posada could be used in certain games at first base to give Teixeira a day off or be used as a DH.
    Whoever survives a Damon or Matsui deal is the DH for the bulk of games

    tex at first,damon in left,nady in right,matsui at dh,posada catching.there will be no problems at all.

  55. Braintrust October 12th, 2008 at 12:08 am

    I think in Posada’s case the Mets had a solid offer, and theYanks had to up the ante. It was one of those, reward your own type of deals. As far as Arod is concerned, the Yanks gave him a pass. I think he and Boras over estimated the market for him, and most teams laughed at his demands. He could probably been had for 7 years 25M per, which would have been 175M. That’s the deal he should have gotten. But Hank is a moron, and flinched. I think if Cashman was in complete control, Arod would be playing for alot less, or somewhere else.

  56. cesar October 12th, 2008 at 12:43 am

    Guys just imagine the yankees rotation if they do sign 2 pitchers out of sabithia, burnett, or lowe

    Sabithia
    Wang
    burnett
    joba
    Mussina/hughes/pettite
    we could be in for one hell of a season.

  57. giambi's back sweat October 12th, 2008 at 1:00 pm

    it seems that everyone against signing tex is talking about offense. not only is he the best hitter on the market, but he plays phenomenal defense, which will help the entire rotation’s numbers.

  58. gayrod October 23rd, 2008 at 1:58 am

    You shouldnt even be talking about Teixeira hes gonna be a red sox with the money that they saved with losing Manny. We need to work on pitching, all we got a bums that people say are good.

  59. yanks4life October 26th, 2008 at 7:38 pm

    the yankees should trade kennedy, miranda ,jackson ,melancon to the padres for peavy and sign sabathia

  60. yanks4ever October 27th, 2008 at 6:50 pm

    trade joba to the red sox for lugo and trade cano formaddux and put lugo at 2nd and have maddux set up for rivera

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