He is injury prone, a drug addict who has relapsed, also add in the Yankees are trying to get under 189.
I advocated Josh for two reasons:
1- He creates a huge revenue stream. Huge.
2- The entertainment value for us fans would be insane.
No thanks to Josh, that's my opinion. But I won't argue it any further. He's not worth it in my opinion. That is all.
No to Hamilton. 30's, injury plagued, mental problems, alcohol/drug problems, 100+ million.
Yankee's really try to consider themselves a classy organization. Outside of some stupid A-rod things, they pretty much do a good job of it. Do you think they really are going to try to bring in a drug addict? Really?
Playoff shares were announced Monday morning, and the Yankees awarded 58 full shares worth a cool $115,065.28 each. Each LCS loser is allotted 12% of the $65.36M pool. That $115k+ is a drop in the bucket for stars like Derek Jeter and CC Sabathia, but it’s major cash for guys like Chris Stewart and David Phelps. A full share for the World Champion Giants was worth a bit more than $377k, breaking the previous record held by the 2006 Cardinals ($362k). The Tigers earned $284k each for sweeping the Yankees and then getting swept by San Francisco.