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Tuesday morning notes: Jeter at DH on Opening Day?

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Mar 19, 2013 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

The video above is quick a few-days-late introduction to new outfielder Brennan Boesch.

This afternoon, Boesch is batting sixth in the Yankees lineup. Why does that matter? Because it’s a lineup that could be pretty close to an actual option for Opening Day (put Robinson Cano third, drop Corban Joseph and find a new spot for Ichiro Suzuki). If this were a normal spring training, this might be the time the Yankees started using their real lineup from time to time. But in this camp — even this late in spring training — any lineup speculation still requires significant guess work.

Today’s lineup could be close to an Opening Day lineup. Or it could be completely different.

“This is not a camp where you know the nine guys who are going to be starters on Opening Day,” Joe Girardi said. “You just don’t know, so I think this year you’ve got to do it a little different.”

Today’s lineup has Ronnier Mustelier at third, but he might not make the team. It doesn’t have Juan Rivera, who might be a regular at first base. It has Derek Jeter at shortstop, which still isn’t a lock. It has Travis Hafner at DH, who absolutely won’t play on Opening Day if the Red Sox start lefty Jon Lester. Girardi mentioned the possibility that Jeter could DH for the opener if Boston starts a lefty.

Jeter at DH on Opening Day. That’s how uncertain the lineup is with two weeks to go.

“Could be Jeter,” Girardi said. “Could be Nunez. Could be a lot of different people. Could be one of our right-handed hitting outfielders. … I’d like to have (Jeter) at shortstop on Opening Day, but if we collectively feel he could use a few more days, we’ll wait. But as I’ve said all along, we just kind of have to play it by ear.”

How would Jeter feel about being at DH on Opening Day?

“I could play short, too,” he said. “I could play center field. I could catch. I could pitch. … My job is to get ready to play. I think DH’d the second game last year. First of all, we’re not there, so it’s really not even a discussion topic right now.”

• Speaking of Opening Day, we know CC Sabathia will be the Yankees starter on Opening Day, and we know Chris Stewart primarily caught Sabathia last season. But Girardi said Stewart will “not necessarily” be paired with Sabathia this season. Girardi mentioned the fact that Francisco Cervelli often caught Sabathia two years ago. Girardi said he’s still not sure how he’ll split playing time between Cervelli and Stewart. Girardi clarified that, despite specuation, he has not settled on Cervelli as his regular catcher.

• Boone Logan has been added to the travel roster. Looks like he’ll pitch in a real game today rather than his previously scheduled simulated game. That’s obviously a good sign for him being ready on Opening Day. This will be his spring debut.

• Today’s starter is Adam Warren, who’s technically already optioned to Triple-A. But Girardi said it’s entirely possible the Yankees will carry Warren if Phil Hughes isn’t ready to start the season. In that scenario, both Ivan Nova and David Phelps would be in the rotation, and Warren would seem to be the favorite to be a long man.

• Along those lines — and this probably goes without saying — but Girardi said he’s “somewhat” assuming that the loser of the fifth starter competition will go into the bullpen once Hughes is healthy. There are no plans of optioning either Nova or Phelps to Triple-A to keep them stretched out.

• After the WBC championship game, Robinson Cano is expected back in Yankees camp on Thursday but he probably won’t play until Friday.

• Ivan Nova, David Phelps, Matt Tracy and Hiroki Kuroda threw sides today. Shawn Kelley threw a sim game, facing Corban Joseph and Melky Mesa.

Today’s second string: C Bobby Wilson, 1B Dan Johnson, 2B Walter Ibarra, SS Gil Velazquez, 3B Addison Maruszak, LF Ben Francisco, CF Melky Mesa, RF Thomas Neal

Up from minor league camp: RHP Chase Whitley, RHP Ryan Pope, RHP Graham Stoneburner, C Kyle Higashioka, INF Casey Stevenson, OF Ramon Flores

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126 Responses to “Tuesday morning notes: Jeter at DH on Opening Day?”

  1. Benny Blanco March 19th, 2013 at 10:35 am

    Cervelli could have been hitting 398. 4hrs 8 rbis and 10CS this spring and giradi still wouldn’t commit to him as the everday catcher. Do the yankees have to be so damn secretive about everything? Sheesh!!!!

  2. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 10:36 am

    AAO

    See but a part of that is on the Yankees. They have conditioned their fans to be in constant win now mode.

    —————————————————————————————

    So when did they stop winning?

  3. Ys Guy March 19th, 2013 at 10:40 am

    giradi played 1200+ major league games as a catcher.

    he’s seen cervelli catch 120 real major league games.

    isn’t it just possible he knows a little more than you do about francisco cervelli’s catching?

  4. DONNYBROOK March 19th, 2013 at 10:43 am

    Very difficult for the Yanks to count on Cervelli as their 1st string catcher with the Bio\PED issue hanging out there. This may take a while to shake-out, but it is Not going away.

  5. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 10:46 am

    Maine Yankee -

    :)

    ***

    austinmac,

    Of course no one would complain if Cespedes came here and succeeded; but they sure would if he didn’t. Someone would you could bank on it.

    This is a place for opinions, absolutely. It is just more difficult for those who do not go along with the overwhelming opinion that the Yankees don’t know what they’re doing and everything they do is wrong.

    Maine Yankee was correct in his assessment that everyone who is willing to wait and see, or who is unwilling to not only question but downright vilify everything the Yankees do is characterized as an apologist or somehow less baseball smart.

    Now, I would hope if the tide turns that we who are uncomfortable with the current tone of the blog will be less dismissive of those who have complaints.

    It’s really a matter of balance – both sides have a place. It is only when things are way out of balance either way that the place is uncomfortable.

  6. Bo knows March 19th, 2013 at 10:48 am

    isn’t it just possible he knows a little more than you do about francisco cervelli’s catching?

    —————–
    What, and spoil the narrative.

    I’ve been high on Cervelli for a long time, warts and all. I still think that he had a bum shoulder for a couple of years. You don’t go from throwing out 40% of base stealers to 15% and then all of a sudden go back to 35% due to mechanics. I think he grew up last year – tough love.

    Personally, I won’t miss Martin’s Wahoo swings at all.

  7. joeman March 19th, 2013 at 10:52 am

    why when I was reading this article I was thinking of Abbott and Costello

  8. J. Alfred Prufrock March 19th, 2013 at 10:52 am

    Many people here – MANY – who are disturbed by the Yankees’ handling of the team over the last few years have given substance and details to their reasoning.

    They should not have to listen to a choir of people who franky vilify THEM, but that’s what goes on here.

    And frankly, people who hand wave management’s having brought the Yankees to this place of having NO YOUTH in the lineup, when they were full of possibilities and young upside hitters in 2009 – kind of deserve the tag of not being baseball “smart.”

    How can ANYONE absolve Cashman for letting his only 3 young bats ALL leave the Yankee scene? If you think it’s NBD that Juan Rivera is making this team and Kevin Youkilis, at 34, is a great solution to providing protection for our pearl, Robinson Cano, then really, what else is there to say?

    Those opinions, if that’s what they are, are just ridiculous.

  9. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 10:52 am

    Doreen

    You always have been able to say what I think in a better way than I can.

    Is the snowblower ready for this storm?

  10. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 10:53 am

    Doreen-

    “the Yankees don’t know what they’re doing and everything they do is wrong.”

    I don’t think there are that many who hold this extreme view. I know I sure do not.

    But there should be no harm in expressing a reasonable amount of criticism towards the front Office or in questioning what they might be thinking.

    Surely that doesn’t bother you or make you feel uncomfortable ?

    :)

  11. Against All Odds March 19th, 2013 at 10:55 am

    MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 10:36 am
    AAO

    See but a part of that is on the Yankees. They have conditioned their fans to be in constant win now mode.

    —————————————————————————————

    So when did they stop winning?

    ————————————–

    They haven;t stopped winning but the mentality of winning now has bred a section of fans that want to win all the time at all costs. I don’t mind if they play the kids but they went about this all wrong and are now banking on the OF to save the day just like they looked at Generation Trey to do the same.

  12. Against All Odds March 19th, 2013 at 10:59 am

    haven’t*

  13. yankeefeminista March 19th, 2013 at 11:03 am

    The mistake is in the FO thinking that “winning now” precludes integrating young position players. The opposite is true. Choose talent over experience. Talent will almost always win out.

  14. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 11:04 am

    Yf-

    There you go questioning things again.

    Better watch it !

    :)

  15. BD (Boston Dave) March 19th, 2013 at 11:06 am

    “So when did they stop winning?”

    ——-

    when will posters like J Pru stop whining?

    It’s perfectly fine to be skeptical and downright disappointed in the teams decisions.

    But at some point…. some point… you either have to accept them and hope for the best or just let it go.

    Constant b1tching solves nothing and is generally annoying.

    Go Yanks – even if they aren’t as great as they could be….

  16. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 11:07 am

    AAO

    They haven;t stopped winning but the mentality of winning now has bred a section of fans that want to win all the time at all costs

    ———————————————————————————————–

    The win at all cost was George’s doing not Hal.

  17. Against All Odds March 19th, 2013 at 11:07 am

    MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 9:09 am
    MTU

    He lacks the passion for what he is doing. Hope he proves me wrong.

    ———————————————————————————————

    Are you saying this because he isn’t as passionate as his father?

    ————————

    That is part of it. He’s not his father, never will be, and he knows it. Hal doesn’t try to be his dad because he realizes it’s not in him to be that kind of guy. He is his own man but when it comes to the team whether it’s right or wrong fans feel his passion for the team isn’t there.

  18. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 11:09 am

    Faith picks up where knowledge leaves off.

    Thank goodness for the dreamers, skeptics, iconoclasts, and innovators.

    Where would this World of ours be w/o them ?

    :)

  19. Against All Odds March 19th, 2013 at 11:11 am

    MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 11:07 am
    AAO

    They haven;t stopped winning but the mentality of winning now has bred a section of fans that want to win all the time at all costs

    ———————————————————————————————–

    The win at all cost was George’s doing not Hal.

    —————-

    But they have continued it after George was gone. They were in a great position after 2009 in terms of youth, vets, farm, etc. Now they are relying on players in their mid to late 30s to get them through a season. They are carrying a high amount of risk and they haven’t begun to play games yet.

  20. J. Alfred Prufrock March 19th, 2013 at 11:13 am

    when will posters like J Pru stop whining?

    It’s perfectly fine to be skeptical and downright disappointed in the teams decisions.

    But at some point…. some point… you either have to accept them and hope for the best or just let it go.

    Constant b1tching solves nothing and is generally annoying.
    ///

    Calling someone else here a “whiner” pretty much puts you in a category of deserving no civility in return.

    Therefore, you’ll get none from me.
    ///

    I find it highly ironic that many here who had to rush to muzzle people who expressed dismay about how old the Cashman FO has allowed this team to get, are now, almost to a shrill degree, are pleading that Mustelier, a nice hitter but certainly no projected elite player, be brought to the Bronx.

    I agree, that he must be, but it would be comical to place these plaintive cries side by side with the snarky, belittling, gang mugging attempts that went on here, by the same people, defending Cashman’s expulsion of all good young bats.

    Telling.

    Good day for now.

  21. yankeefeminista March 19th, 2013 at 11:14 am

    Cashman actually exhorted the fans to show patience with Pineda, when he first arrived, explaining that he wasn’t a finished product. It is actually the FO that sets the tone, and can influence the way the fans think. Heck, the Yankees have made the 189 mandate a cause celebre. Therefore, I don’t buy into the idea that it is the fans who demand to “win now;” management can and should educate the fans, and make moves that consider the health of the ballclub long term. I think there is too much whining about the whining, and not enough fan concern for the Yankees recent moves and their overall well-being. But different strokes, as they say.

  22. Cashmoney March 19th, 2013 at 11:16 am

    here is the reality of the situation as it present to me in pertaining 13 and beyond. The yanks are thin on upper level legit talents but there could be help on the way in the form of tampa bunch and more but they won’t be ready in 14 imo. The FA market isn’t fluster with marquee talents as it used to be, money could spend but need to spend wisely. Yanks have a crucial draft coming in june in terms of high round picks. The international draft market are soon to be regulated if you believe what you read. The greatest strength of this organization which is financial might has been greatly marginalized under new CBA. This is not a championship caliber with and without injuries imo, nor would it be in 14.

    Now what do you as an baseball operation moving forward in this climate? Is it still realistic to claim the goal champion worthy team with the roster currently constituted without taking a few steps back ? Would it benefit the team in term of future to trade away valued present pieces? Are the FO qualify in making talent evaluation calls to garner a team for the future?

  23. yankeefeminista March 19th, 2013 at 11:17 am

    “They are carrying a high amount of risk and they haven’t begun to play games yet.”

    The irony is that they consider integrating youth a higher risk than they do integrating players that will likely break down.

  24. yankeefeminista March 19th, 2013 at 11:20 am

    Cashmoney, you set yourself up for the future, starting in 2009. There was no insight into the future. They let themselves get old. Anyone who attended those playoff games in 2010 when we got outhit and outrun by Texas would have seen the writing on the wall. Anyone who watched hero swing AB’s all season and in the playoff, knew what we needed. We have added players like Ichiro and Youk who will have better AB’s BUT again, we are relying on post their prime players to save us. We could have set ourselves up so much better for 2013. Anyway, heading to class… Go Yanks!

  25. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 11:20 am

    YF-

    Wouldn’t you think the risk of inserting Mustelier at 3B for a month would be minimal ?

  26. Against All Odds March 19th, 2013 at 11:21 am

    yankeefeminista March 19th, 2013 at 11:17 am
    “They are carrying a high amount of risk and they haven’t begun to play games yet.”

    The irony is that they consider integrating youth a higher risk than they do integrating players that will likely break down.

    ————————-

    It doesn’t make sense and then if the kid stumbles you already hear and read “Yankees are down on *insert players name here* but if it’s a vet hey take all the time you need.

  27. DONNYBROOK March 19th, 2013 at 11:21 am

    This ST has been the absolute WORST I can recall. Players are gonna get hurt, yea OK, don’t like it, but it happens. But these Yankee lineups that are run out there day-after-day-after-day, are absolutely Bush League. Anybody that plans a vacation or days off around the Yankees ST, had better think twice next season. The FO Numb-Nuts that are running the Yankee team into the ground for the sake of the all-mighty dollar, have made an absolute farce outta ST.

  28. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 11:22 am

    AAO

    That is part of it. He’s not his father, never will be, and he knows it. Hal doesn’t try to be his dad because he realizes it’s not in him to be that kind of guy. He is his own man but when it comes to the team whether it’s right or wrong fans feel his passion for the team isn’t there.

    ————————————————————————

    I like this assessement.

    The problem I have is judging him based on perception not fact.

    Is he unemotional appearing? Yes.

    Does that mean he has no passion?

    I don’t know because I don’t know him.

    Sometimes the quiet type has a fire burning inside that you only see if you really know a person.

  29. mick March 19th, 2013 at 11:24 am

    This afternoon, Boesch is batting sixth in the Yankees lineup. Why does that matter? Because it’s a lineup that could be pretty close to an actual option for Opening Day (put Robinson Cano third, drop Corban Joseph and find a new spot for Ichiro Suzuki).
    =================================
    Ichiro should have a defined spot or role in the lineup, not a swing man.
    His bat should be considered vital and not one that is placed from 6-9 in the order.
    He is an on base guy and should hit 1-3 in the order, not 9th where it has been speculated.

  30. mick March 19th, 2013 at 11:27 am

    I’m all for free speech but the whining here is incessant.
    If it upsets you to hear it, too bad.
    It upsets many to hear the constant complaining.
    This isn’t a fight for freedom and you have the right to complain but others have the right to complain about the complaining and on and on and on…

  31. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 11:28 am

    Maine Yankee -

    The snowblower is ready for this storm. So it will not storm! LOL

    ***

    My point is it is a mistake to assume that people who do not join in the constant bashing of Yankee management are okay with everything they do. And it is a mistake to think that people who complain about the tone of the comments on the blog think that the people who have complaints do not have valid reason for many of their complaints (or at least they have put forth their reasons) or have no right to express them.

    And while the complaints about what the Yankees have or have not done or will do in the future often have merit, the comments against Hal and Cashman are downright nasty.

    ****

    But on to more important things. I have only watched the WBC off and on but it strikes me that the these games are quite different than MLB games, at least the games involving latino teams. I am talking about the joyous atmosphere, and an almost “neighborhood game” feeling about it. It made me wonder how much emotion many players in general, and latino players in particular, have to keep under wraps during the course of a major league season, and whether or not that has an impact on their approach to the game and even their success in the game.

  32. Jerkface March 19th, 2013 at 11:31 am

    He is an on base guy and should hit 1-3 in the order, not 9th where it has been speculated.

    Your constant misappropriations as to guys abilities is hilarious, Mick. Youk is a contact hitter, Ichiro is an on base guy. No they aren’t. The end.

  33. Jerkface March 19th, 2013 at 11:33 am

    But on to more important things. I have only watched the WBC off and on but it strikes me that the these games are quite different than MLB games, at least the games involving latino teams. I am talking about the joyous atmosphere, and an almost “neighborhood game” feeling about it. It made me wonder how much emotion many players in general, and latino players in particular, have to keep under wraps during the course of a major league season, and whether or not that has an impact on their approach to the game and even their success in the game.

    Its weird that America so strongly prizes extroverts, and the qualities therein, but that American sports culture wants to beat that out of everyone who plays it as much as possible. No fun league, etc.

    Let them play and celebrate, it builds rivalry.

  34. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 11:35 am

    Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 11:28 am
    Maine Yankee -

    The snowblower is ready for this storm. So it will not storm! LOL

    ————————————————————

    It would get used here today.

    It’s been snowing since early morning and they are predicting around a ft.

    Fortunately I can sit in the warm cab of my truck. :lol:

  35. Russell Munson March 19th, 2013 at 11:36 am

    “He is an on base guy and should hit 1-3 in the order, not 9th where it has been speculated.”

    A .308 OBP over the last two years. Yeah, on base guy.

  36. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 11:36 am

    I actually agree that, especially in light of a fairly strict budget, the Yankees must go outside their comfort zone and allow some of their younger talent the opportunity. There are enough veterans on the team to guide them through the process. And I think it is a valid criticism that they would rather go with fringe veterans simply because they’ve played on a major league team before. I’m not sure what their line of demarcation is in determining which veterans pass the experience test and/or for what positions on the team such a test is most necessary. I can understand in some instances having guys who are comfortable being bench players, and those are more than likely veterans. I can understand that you’d rather have a guy like Romine playing every day than sitting most games doing nothing but rusting. But for spots like they have open this spring, everyday or regular platoon roles, I don’t see why they can’t choose a rookie.

    I also believe that there are diamonds in the rough who, for whatever reason, may not shine in the minor leagues, but given the shot at their dream will go beyond expectations.

    I am also a realist in that I know that most minor leaguers in any ML organization are not going to get that ultimate promotion.

  37. Cashmoney March 19th, 2013 at 11:37 am

    Cashmoney road to show 13 weekly report- After clubbing 35 dinger in 335 AB, The NYY attempt to lock up the 19 year old Cashmoney to 6 year deal that pays a whopping 1.6 million. Cashmoney quickly signed the contract thus cementing one of the greatest bargain signing in the history of MLB.

  38. Against All Odds March 19th, 2013 at 11:38 am

    Sometimes the quiet type has a fire burning inside that you only see if you really know a person.

    —————————-

    True people say that about me all the time. Sometimes someone who is quiet has more passion than the person that screams and yells.

  39. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 11:40 am

    Jerkface

    Let them play and celebrate, it builds rivalry

    ————————————–

    It seems that the more they celebrate in tends to lean towards taunting than celebration.

    Not saying that about any nationality but pro athletes in general.

  40. LGY March 19th, 2013 at 11:40 am

    Cashman is basically the new Torre.

    A number of fans have recognized he’s past his expiration date and the rest just don’t want to admit it yet because the once in a lifetime core of superstars can keep this team afloat and competitive in the face of really any managerial incompetence.

  41. Cashmoney March 19th, 2013 at 11:40 am

    True people say that about me all the time. Sometimes someone who is quiet has more passion than the person that screams and yells.
    —-
    fortune cookie rule, you add ‘in bed’.

  42. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 11:42 am

    Jerkface -

    Americans are like they. they say they want one thing, but when you give it to them, well, not so much.

    We seem much more comfortable with homogeneity. (Melting pot vs. Antipasto)

  43. Against All Odds March 19th, 2013 at 11:42 am

    Cashmoney March 19th, 2013 at 11:40 am
    True people say that about me all the time. Sometimes someone who is quiet has more passion than the person that screams and yells.
    —-
    fortune cookie rule, you add ‘in bed’.

    —————————

    I had a feeling that would happen

  44. bruceb March 19th, 2013 at 11:44 am

    Derek Jeter scratched from today’s lineup due to ankle trouble. Can it get any worse?

  45. Jerkface March 19th, 2013 at 11:45 am

    Jeter scratched from lineup with ‘cranky ankle’, get used to that.

  46. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 11:45 am

    LGY -

    I can agree that a new face (depending on the face) would be welcome. Sometimes it is just time for a change.

    I suspect that with George passing on, there was a strong feeling that it was important to have a continuity, at least in the immediate future. I don’t expect Cashman to seek or be offered another contract.

  47. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 11:47 am

    AAO

    True people say that about me all the time

    —————————————————————–

    I guess the blog brings out your inner fire. :lol:

  48. DONNYBROOK March 19th, 2013 at 11:50 am

    Forget the passion, forget the exterior, simply judge Hal by the product\team he oversees.

  49. Against All Odds March 19th, 2013 at 11:53 am

    MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 11:47 am
    AAO

    True people say that about me all the time

    —————————————————————–

    I guess the blog brings out your inner fire.

    ——————————–

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtfCRaNg5EU

    It’s safe for work.

    *nods head* Yes it does lol

  50. austinmac March 19th, 2013 at 11:59 am

    Doreen,

    I couldn’t agree more with your last post. This board is for opinions. I don’t want to live in a world or be on a blog in which everyone has the same opinion as me. I have been wrong once or twice, as I recall. :)

    The members of the board have not changed as much as the way the team operates. It concerns many of us. No one would be happier than me is Cashman did turn out to be the smartest man in the room. It seems reckless to operate with so few players signed for next year. We shall certainly see how it turns out.

  51. austinmac March 19th, 2013 at 12:04 pm

    Wow, now Jeter is having ankle discomfort. That is not a surprise. He has screws in his ankle. It is not like new. It is a joint subject to the rigors of professsional athletics.

    Let’s hope this is a blip, but it could also be a sign of things to come. I think it may be unlikely Jeter can play regularly at shortstop. That would not be good.

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