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Teixeira (and Sizemore) in the lineup

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Jun 03, 2014 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

Looks like Scott Sizemore has replaced Zoilo Almonte on the roster.

Brett Gardner LF
Derek Jeter DH
Jacoby Ellsbury CF
Mark Teixeira 1B
Yangervis Solarte 2B
Alfonso Soriano RF
Scott Sizemore 3B
John Ryan Murphy C
Brendan Ryan SS

RHP Hiroki Kuroda

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105 Responses to “Teixeira (and Sizemore) in the lineup”

  1. Mottsx June 3rd, 2014 at 3:26 pm

    Yay Stikeoutsmore!

  2. pkyankfan69 June 3rd, 2014 at 3:30 pm

    Not a shocking move going to Sizemore with 2 lefties going this series

  3. Shame Spencer June 3rd, 2014 at 3:30 pm

    I dunno whether to laugh or cry.

  4. Shame Spencer June 3rd, 2014 at 3:30 pm

    But Sizemore didn’t look terrible during his call up I guess… and Johnson has been awful.

  5. pkyankfan69 June 3rd, 2014 at 3:31 pm

    Chad… Where is the report about Aceves being DFA’d?

  6. Giuseppe Franco June 3rd, 2014 at 3:31 pm

    Yeah, Almonte certainly didn’t show much during his time sitting on the bench.

    “Let the kids play” is a fine concept except when you have a manager who won’t play them.

    They got breathtakingly lucky with Solarte (so far) but only played him because they literally had no other choice.

  7. 86w183 June 3rd, 2014 at 3:33 pm

    I keep hoping to log in here and see the headline:

    “Yanks Clean House, Release Dead Weight”

    The story would inform us that Aceves, Roberts, Ichiro, Soriano and Johnson have all been sent packing.

    A fella can dream

  8. Jerkface June 3rd, 2014 at 3:33 pm

    Um, of course that’s “God help the American League.”

    “We’ll be like the Rays but with more money, God save the rest of baseball,” Cashman said while dropping the mic and stepping away from the press podium. The words carried to the heavens and the Baseball Gods’ ears pricked up.

    “Hey Big G, wanna do something bout this?” one said while secreting away fractures in maplewood bats so they’d break at the right time.

    “Sure, I think I got just the thing, but you guys owe me so make sure Jesus beards make a huge come back and have A-rod crucified for everyones sins.”

    “Deal.”

    Meanwhile, back in the mortal realm HAL is walking around one of his hotels thinking about yachts and horse racing. He is inspecting the grounds, making sure that all his scrupulous budget cutting renovations look like a million more bucks than was actually spent. Suddenly it starts to storm badly. He has no choice but to head inside. He grabs a drink and flips on the TV, wow its the Yankees. “Dad’s old team, huh?” He thinks for a second and pulls an unspent royalty check from the team out of his pocket. “Pretty small… I wonder if i could optimize this…” He picks up the phone and dials Cashman,”Hey Brian, this is HAL, I’m in charge now.”

    And that is the worst yankees fanfic ever written, the end.

  9. pkyankfan69 June 3rd, 2014 at 3:33 pm

    Sky is starting to get pretty dark here in Central NJ… Looks like some storms are moving in… Doesn’t look like a long duration event, hopefully they’re past NYC by game time.

  10. DONNYBROOK June 3rd, 2014 at 3:34 pm

    Chad completely in the dark for the moment. CHOP/CHOP

  11. Jerkface June 3rd, 2014 at 3:34 pm

    At least Cashman recognized that Almonte was not getting used at all so he replaced him with a player they have less stake in.

  12. ScottinSJ June 3rd, 2014 at 3:34 pm

    ScottinSJ June 3rd, 2014 at 3:33 pm
    I can’t say that I’m optimistic that the results will change much when they still have the same people in those positions that got us to this point.

    So true. In any other organization, Cashman would be history already. Okay, maybe not the Cubs’. Change is also needed to at least signal to the fan base that they acknowledge things are not acceptable. It could get very quiet in the Bronx if/when the team starts to play .450 or worse baseball. I think the Jeter swansong carries only so much weight.

  13. DONNYBROOK June 3rd, 2014 at 3:37 pm

    Yeah, the Cubs/Theo hired Manny, so you really have to be a Serial Something Or Other to get canned there.

  14. Joe from Long Island June 3rd, 2014 at 3:40 pm

    I wonder if the move to sizemore means they’re tiring of brian roberts? maybe i’m spoiled by seeing so much of cano, but i really don’t think he’s got great range at this point in his career, and his bat has not been anything special. roberts’ play hasn’t been the worst problem, but looking to upgrade his spot on the team wouldn’t hurt, might help.

    regardless of how tex plays, or the results of beltran’s rehab, i’d still sign morales, as you can’t count on either of those guys staying well enough for the rest of the year. between them, you can guess that they combined will miss enough time to give morales plenty of at bats. the only question would be if morales sees it that way, also. remember, he’s going to be playing for a new contract for next year, so he needs to put up numbers, and sharing time with two other guys (tex and beltan) mght not appeal to him.

  15. ScottinSJ June 3rd, 2014 at 3:42 pm

    It kills me, being in the Bay Area, to see how good the Giants and A’s are. Cashman doesn’t deserve to wipe Billy Beane’s tush.

    The A’s must be looking at this lineup thinking, “Hell, all we have to do is throw strikes — there’s no one here that can hurt us.”

  16. blake June 3rd, 2014 at 3:44 pm

    Roberts has a .594 ops vs LHP so I’m guessing this move is to get him out of the lineup vs lefties

  17. PhiltheThrill June 3rd, 2014 at 3:45 pm

    Can’t believe they didn’t make any bullpen moves. This could be an ugly series.

  18. 86w183 June 3rd, 2014 at 3:46 pm

    Sometime changes for changes sake actually is a good thing.

    If things don’t change with this team I would say it is time for such change(s).

    Question… realistically who do you want as a G.M. ?? To get Andrew Friedman from Tampa Bay you’d have to make him Club President.

  19. Giuseppe Franco June 3rd, 2014 at 3:46 pm

    Jerkface June 3rd, 2014 at 3:33 pm

    Um, of course that’s “God help the American League.”

    “We’ll be like the Rays but with more money, God save the rest of baseball,” Cashman said while dropping the mic and stepping away from the press podium. The words carried to the heavens and the Baseball Gods’ ears pricked up.

    —-

    Thanks, Jerk.

    That line needs to be repeated over and over again the next time Cashman and the developmental side receives an evaluation.

    The lack of results in that area is the primary reason the organization is in this current mess.

    Well, that and Hal refusing to engage on the high upside IFAs until the Tanaka signing.

  20. ScottinSJ June 3rd, 2014 at 3:48 pm

    Phil — agree 100%. How is Aceves still here? And, if you were watching last night, you surely noticed that after the second HR he allowed in the 9th, dirt bag Aceves threw up and in to the next batter.

  21. Shame Spencer June 3rd, 2014 at 3:48 pm

    “Sure, I think I got just the thing, but you guys owe me so make sure Jesus beards make a huge come back and have A-rod crucified for everyones sins.”

    ——————

    :lol:

    We need to spend an entire game thread writing fan fic. It’s a must.

  22. Doreen June 3rd, 2014 at 3:49 pm

    Joe From Long Island,

    We often forget that the player in question (this time Morales) also has a say in where he ends up!

  23. tomingeorgia June 3rd, 2014 at 3:49 pm

    When it comes to the team on the field everyday, I’m an unqualified devotee of rooting. I rooted for Roy White, Marv Thronebury and Horace Clark. Nothing says I have to be a fan of management, but I root for the guys in pinstripes, whoever they are. Let’s win this game tonight, regardless of management. Hal runs a big business here. He’ll make the decisions when he feels he has to, not before. I’m in favor of new blood (I wasn’t when they came for me, though), and the time may be nigh.

  24. Jerkface June 3rd, 2014 at 3:50 pm

    Question… realistically who do you want as a G.M. ?? To get Andrew Friedman from Tampa Bay you’d have to make him Club President.

    Couldn’t we kill 2 birds with 1 stone in that move? You’d replace Cashman AND Levine! I like Cashman. I used to love him.

    GMs I’d love to see with the Yankees pocket book: Friedman, beane, Mozeliak, Jocketty, epstein before he went to the Cubs

  25. alabamayankee June 3rd, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    As the team drops below .500, it’s time for fans to either stay away or sit in the stands with brown bags over their heads. Let’s see a few shots of brown-bagged fans on the Yes Network.

  26. Jerkface June 3rd, 2014 at 3:52 pm

    @LoHudYankees 2m

    Michael Pineda moved to the 60-day to make room for LHP Wade LeBlanc who was claimed off waivers from the Angels. #yankees

    Pineda will need to wait till at least July 6th to return to the team now. Will we ever see him again?

  27. ScottinSJ June 3rd, 2014 at 3:53 pm

    tom — You might have me by a few years. I became a fan in 1972. Roy White was a fine all-around player, with some power. He’d easily be starting for the current Yankees. And as for Horace Clark, he was actually a solid, though unspectacular infielder. He’d be our starting at 2B if he were in his prime.

  28. Doreen June 3rd, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    I’m not able to get 100% on Cashman’s back about the system – we do not know if the owners every full invested in the idea. We know they gave it lip service, and enough support to let Cashman talk about it. But when push came to shove, did they allow Cashman to do everything that needed to be done? Did they provide the dollars, most importantly?

    However, Cashman has stayed with the organization, evening signing another contract in the interim, so it must have been at least close to what he wanted, or he’d have resigned and not re-signed, right? Or maybe not.

    They also were trying to get better in the system on a fast track (drafting high-risk pitchers and lots of catchers). Things seemed to be working out “okay” in the very beginning. But it stalled somewhere along the way.

    Fact is we don’t really know enough of the details of what goes on in the minor leagues.

  29. blake June 3rd, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    “Pineda will need to wait till at least July 6th to return to the team now. Will we ever see him again?”

    Lol…fun while it lasted

  30. Doreen June 3rd, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    60-Day DL for Pineda is not looking too good, is it? (Understatement)

  31. 86w183 June 3rd, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    Not sure any of those G.M. candidates are acquirable. Might have a chance to target # 2 guys at some of those organizations.

    But I do like the idea of getting Levine out of the picture

  32. blake June 3rd, 2014 at 3:56 pm

    As I’ve been saying for some time…..the Yankees need to hire a new GM and kick Cashman upstairs to one of those made up president of baseball ops jobs…..Cashman has his uses but they need a GM who has more experience running on an efficient budget……because that’s what ownership wants.

    Cashman has won a lot but he’s never had to be efficient……why would they expect him to be now?

  33. Doreen June 3rd, 2014 at 3:57 pm

    Jerkface -

    But isn’t part of the issue that even Cashman doesn’t have the pocketbook he once had?

    Even if Cashman is let go, or not offered another contract, or himself decides not to re-up, unless the owners change, or the owners’ philosophy, it won’t really matter WHO is the GM. Levine will be doing the interviewing, and he will choose someone who will do what he wants done, no?

    Levine, I fear, isn’t going anywhere.

  34. tomingeorgia June 3rd, 2014 at 3:58 pm

    Scott,
    They were fine players, but they were Robinson Crusoe on a desert isle, without Man Friday.

  35. ScottinSJ June 3rd, 2014 at 3:58 pm

    Doreen — really? Without George breathing down one’s back, why would anyone leave the position of GM of the greatest franchise in sports? Cashman needs to be shown the door, as opposed to everyone waiting for him to resign.

  36. Jerkface June 3rd, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    Yea, Doreen, it sucks right now. I really thought that HAL & HANK would give Cash George’s pocketbook with much less of George’s meddling (which derailed some potential dynastic moves Cash was working on). Instead we get George 2.0 but instead of meddling to ‘win’ which is at least a noble endeavor they are meddling to increase profits.

    Levine is the worst though. He is the exact kind of toad you keep around to get your sweet heart stadium deal (but wheres the retractable roof, RANDY?) and then discard. Although somehow along the way he made himself indispensable to every day baseball operations somehow? And is allowed to make personnel moves?!

  37. Jerkface June 3rd, 2014 at 4:02 pm

    And I will say this, I think Beane & Friedman could do more within HAL’s budgetary restrictions than Cash seems to be able to do, and maybe they might be able to make a more impassioned plea for certain things than Cashman is able to do. New voice and all.

    Things cannot truly change until we get owners committed to actually winning and that probably never happens. The Yankees seem poised to become just another one of the pack, with their playoff contention years and their down years.

  38. Doreen June 3rd, 2014 at 4:03 pm

    Jerkface, yup. That’s where my angst goes. He got Hal’s ear. Didn’t help that at the time Cashman went and had a public mid-life crisis….

    ScottinNJ, sometimes people resign over principle.

  39. Doreen June 3rd, 2014 at 4:04 pm

    That’s certainly possible, Jerkface. Sometimes the same words coming out of a new face have an impact just by virtue of being said by someone else.

    (How many of us parents can attest to that????)

  40. Shame Spencer June 3rd, 2014 at 4:05 pm

    LHP Wade LeBlanc

    ————–

    Cash will not stop chasing the great white whale that is a LOOGY.

    I’d rather see a minor league arm in the mix.

    I’m still not over spending $7 million on Thornton…. that’s gonna sting for a while.

  41. ScottinSJ June 3rd, 2014 at 4:05 pm

    Doreen — not sure Cashman is that principled.

    Tom — don’t forget we had Thurman and Bobby M. by 1972, two guys that would be the top position players on our current team

  42. Giuseppe Franco June 3rd, 2014 at 4:06 pm

    I don’t think I’ve ever heard ANYONE admit they actually like Levine.

    The Steinbrenners must since they’ve kept him around, but I’m not sure if Levine’s mother ever liked him.

  43. Joe from Long Island June 3rd, 2014 at 4:06 pm

    not to defend cashman, but player development is harder than it looks, i think.

    look at dayton moore in kc. he ran player dev. in atlanta, and the braves have a pretty good system, i think. so, royals hired him several years back to do the same thing for them, but things haven’t worked out quite as planned there. now i read folks in kc are calling for his head.

    my guess is player devel is more than just a one person thing, but rather reflects on the whole organization.

    the yanks have come up with some good big league players, just not enough to get the desired results. given the theoretic resources, one wonders what’s the deal. i don’t think it’s on cash alone, but don’t have enough info to understand why. or why not.

    but one thing i do know – or think i know – is that the current team isn’t filling me with confidence that they can get the job done. they need to get some more players who can play.

  44. 86w183 June 3rd, 2014 at 4:06 pm

    According to Cot’s, over the last ten years The Yanks have had a low payroll of $ 189 M and a high of $ 228 M. This year’s $ 197 M is the third lowest in that time, but that does change the fact that it’s a boat load of $$$$$

    To me the problem is not the $ 197… it is the unwillingness to either go “all in” on getting payroll under the luxury tax OR continuing to spend at the highest level.

    Pick a lane and go with it and I’ll be fine.

  45. Shame Spencer June 3rd, 2014 at 4:07 pm

    Here’s the problem, really: Hal is loyal to Levine.

    That’s pretty much the long and short of it as far as I can tell.

  46. Joe from Long Island June 3rd, 2014 at 4:09 pm

    owners are all intereste in just one thing – money. as long as it’s coming in, they’re happy. forget the sportsman idea. tom yawkey is long since gone.

    if ownership thinks that profits are at risk, they’ll do something. ie, spend more on new hopefully better players.

  47. Joe from Long Island June 3rd, 2014 at 4:11 pm

    shame – the man made him a lot of money. what’s not to understand? if someone made me a lot of money, i’d like them, too.

  48. 86w183 June 3rd, 2014 at 4:16 pm

    Joe —

    I get it, but if my financial advisor makes me a bunch of money i’m not gonna let him raise my kids! All indications are Levine has moved well beyond his level of expertise

  49. Jerkface June 3rd, 2014 at 4:24 pm

    According to Cot’s, over the last ten years The Yanks have had a low payroll of $ 189 M and a high of $ 228 M. This year’s $ 197 M is the third lowest in that time, but that does change the fact that it’s a boat load of $$$$$

    To me the problem is not the $ 197… it is the unwillingness to either go “all in” on getting payroll under the luxury tax OR continuing to spend at the highest level.

    I think there is actually a big problem with the Yankees static payrolls & the current ‘low end’ payroll they are operating with this year.

    1. revenues have increased
    2. there is less stuff other than the 40 man that the yankees can spend money on nowadays. IFA & Draft are pool limited (they never really spent big here anyways but just saying)
    3. There is inflation in the value of a dollar so their 197 now is less than 197 10 years ago.
    4. This ties back into 1 but outside of straight revenue increases from MLB, the Yankees stadium deal increases their share of revenues by exempting money from revenue sharing, they got a massive pay jolt with their YES sale deal & the new TV contract they signed.

  50. Shame Spencer June 3rd, 2014 at 4:29 pm

    Levine is making personnel decisions. Baseball personnel. He shouldn’t be doing that.

  51. Shame Spencer June 3rd, 2014 at 4:30 pm

    @ChrisCotillo #Rays Wil Myers will miss at least two months with a stress fracture in his right wrist. Story: http://sbn.to/1kH3nCF

    For those wondering what was up with Wil Myers… he was too good for the stat line he posted for him not to have been dealing with some sort of injury.

  52. Wave Your Hat June 3rd, 2014 at 4:34 pm

    Per Forbes Yankee net revenue has been basically flat since 2009. Increased TV revenues have masked a substantial decline in gate revenue.

  53. 86w183 June 3rd, 2014 at 4:41 pm

    jerkface —-

    No argument, but you should still be able to field a terrific team for $ 197 M.

  54. hardwired7 June 3rd, 2014 at 4:42 pm

    “TV revenues have masked a substantial decline in gate revenue.”

    Sizemore and LeBlanc should put an end to that.

    (ducks)

  55. Jerkface June 3rd, 2014 at 4:43 pm

    No argument, but you should still be able to field a terrific team for $ 197 M.

    Yea I agree, but its hard to field a team for 197 when you punt the 3 offseasons prior so you’re dealing with needing like 15 players.

  56. Shame Spencer June 3rd, 2014 at 4:46 pm

    Wave Your Hat June 3rd, 2014 at 4:34 pm
    Per Forbes Yankee net revenue has been basically flat since 2009. Increased TV revenues have masked a substantial decline in gate revenue.

    —————–

    I’d feel badly for them but they’re squeezing their own market with the price increase the new stadium came with (the new stadium that was built by NY tax payers, none the less lol).

  57. austinmac June 3rd, 2014 at 4:54 pm

    While the Yankees payroll has been static for years, many other teams have significantly increased their payrolls. That has greatly reduced our ability to get players. Now, Kansas City can outbid us for Infante. And, as lays it seems, the Yankee payroll has enormous money in older players with far less in return.

    Manny is pitching tonight. I must watch. A good and healthy Manny would be such a help going forward.

  58. Patrick June 3rd, 2014 at 4:57 pm

    I like the move of bringing up Sizemore, I just don’t think it will make much of a difference.

  59. Shame Spencer June 3rd, 2014 at 5:00 pm

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  60. Jerkface June 3rd, 2014 at 5:00 pm

    Sizemore was hitting .358 .368 .491 .859 vs LHP in AAA and only striking out 26% of the time against lefties! Better than the 37% of the time he struck out vs righties I guess. The K numbers mean he needs to make real good on what contact he does manage.

  61. austinmac June 3rd, 2014 at 5:01 pm

    One-third of the time Sizemore came up in AAA, he struck out. Think Granderson without power. His OPS was .694. How bad a fielder must Pirela be? He actually can hit.

  62. austinmac June 3rd, 2014 at 5:04 pm

    I was not to encouraged by Teixiera’s statements after batting practice that he hopes he can hit and hopes he can take a full swing. That would be nice. This is, I believe, a mirage.

  63. Ys Guy June 3rd, 2014 at 5:15 pm

    big lightning/heavy rain in maplewood.

  64. tomingeorgia June 3rd, 2014 at 5:19 pm

    Just bought a refurbished Chromebook at the pawn shop, primarily to watch the games. Works great, better than the Win8 laptop Mrs. T reclaimed the other day. Now I have to figure out what apps I need.

  65. Ys Guy June 3rd, 2014 at 5:22 pm

    65% chance of T storms during the game.

  66. bigdan22 June 3rd, 2014 at 5:26 pm

    I recommended the Yanks promote Sizemore a few days ago when McCann started at first and Almonte was still warming the bench. I’m no fan of Sizemore and SOs but at least he provides some roster functionality. This is really only an interim move anyway until Beltran comes back.

    I thought Almonte could provide some functionality as well. As the lefty DH until Beltran came back. One of the great disappointments of last year was that it was not a transition year. The Yanks went a full season, missed the playoffs and learned little if anything about any new young players and didn’t provide any other young players with valuable ML experience. Of course they didn’t really have many healthy candidates but it still seemed like a waste giving so much playing time to Ichiro and Wells.

    This year is very different. Lots of new and young players getting substantial playing time. I outlined that in detail earlier today. But for some reason Zoilo is not part of that party. And that’s a shame. With Soriano and Ichiro leaving at the end of the season, Zoilo could become a valuable option next season in the OF, especially with the aged and infirm Beltran around who is probably primarily a DH from here on in. The Yanks have big holes next year at SS and SP. They don’t need another in RF. Hal most certainly has a budget and resources are not unlimited.

    Zoilo will have to go to AAA, get his act together, and start raking. Fretting has no place in the life of a minor league professional ballplayer.

  67. YanksFan6 June 3rd, 2014 at 5:29 pm

    Anyone else think it doesn’t make any sense to call up Sizemore for 2 days? I think he’s here to stay even when Beltran gets back. The question is who is gone when Beltran is back?

    My best guess is Johnson or Roberts but I doubt Sizemore is gone in 2 days.

    Makes sense to keep Sizemore. He can platoon with either Roberts or Johnson.

  68. bigdan22 June 3rd, 2014 at 5:34 pm

    Anyone else think it doesn’t make any sense to call up Sizemore for 2 days? I think he’s here to stay even when Beltran gets back. The question is who is gone when Beltran is back?

    My best guess is Johnson or Roberts but I doubt Sizemore is gone in 2 days.

    ——

    Unless I’m mistaken that would involve somebody getting cut or the Yanks operating with a short pitching staff. I don’t think the Yanks are ready to do that yet. And why would you cut Roberts or Johnson for a Sizemore?

  69. JimK June 3rd, 2014 at 5:40 pm

    Scottinj, I am going strictly by memory,(too lazy to research), but I believe Murcer came up in 69, Munson in 73, which is also the year Steinbrenner purchased the Y’s. After the Steinbrenner purchase he threatened to move the team to NJ, which resulted in the Y’s playing the 74 and 75 seasons at Shea. When they returned to the then NYS in 76, the Y’s had already significantly upgraded their LU and pitching staff(Hunter, Chambliss, I am sure, Pinella, Nettles, Rivers, and Randolph may have been on the 76 team as well).

  70. Warning Track Power June 3rd, 2014 at 5:43 pm

    The Tex(wrist) situation has me very concerned. I’m afraid Tex needs a lot more time to get
    that wrist back to 100%. Hoping the latest cortisone shot works very well.
    I almost want to cringe or close my eyes with every swing he takes. His wrist is that fragile.

  71. bigdan22 June 3rd, 2014 at 5:44 pm

    It’s funny but the one totally non-Yankee, non-risk adverse personnel move the Yanks made this year, cutting Nunie and keeping Solarte, was probably one their most successful moves in years.

    It would be nice if the Yanks started getting more aggressive in cutting and replacing dead wood. We all know who they are.

    Good seeing John Ryan in there today. Let the kids play!

  72. tomingeorgia June 3rd, 2014 at 5:45 pm

    JimK and Scott,
    That’s right. I was talking about the 60s.

  73. Warning Track Power June 3rd, 2014 at 5:49 pm

    bigdan22 June 3rd, 2014 at 5:44 pm
    It’s funny but the one totally non-Yankee, non-risk adverse personnel move the Yanks made this year, cutting Nunie and keeping Solarte, was probably one their most successful moves in years.

    It would be nice if the Yanks started getting more aggressive in cutting and replacing dead wood. We all know who they are.

    Good seeing John Ryan in there today. Let the kids play!
    ———————————————————————————–
    Please inform me who the current dead wood is on the roster

  74. bigdan22 June 3rd, 2014 at 5:53 pm

    Just review my posts the last couple of days. There’s one player in particular I referred to as “dead, dead, and more dead.” That probably qualifies as dead wood. But with little imagination, you can find even more rotting going on.

  75. Warning Track Power June 3rd, 2014 at 5:54 pm

    Big Dan
    Sorry, I won’t review your posts. That takes time and effort. Simply write the name(s) here for me to review.
    What’s the big deal???

  76. bigdan22 June 3rd, 2014 at 5:55 pm

    This LeBlanc guy is no LOOGY. His splits are far worse against lefties recently and throughout his whole career.

  77. Jerkface June 3rd, 2014 at 5:56 pm

    Sorry, I won’t review your posts. That takes time and effort. Simply write the name(s) here for me to review.
    What’s the big deal???

    Brian Roberts & Soriano are definitely dead wood.

  78. Ys Guy June 3rd, 2014 at 7:17 pm

    The problem with firing Cashman is that nobody will be able to do anything in that ‘sort of’ General Manager position the Yankees have invented that Cashman was molded into. If you bring in a new guy, he’s got to fit in like Cashman and let Levine and Hal step all over his authority.

    I don’t expect any established GM’s would take it, and whoever does won’t really have control over the big contracts.

    I like Cashman, I think he’s done an OK job where he’s been allowed to do it, but it’s just time for new blood, new thinking.

    I don’t think Hal’s up to getting any advantage out of a new guy, though.

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