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    lawrie is built like Mike Trout but hits like...

    lawrie is built like Mike Trout but hits like Brett Gardner. Beane has jumped the shark with this trade. what he got in return for Moss only fortifies my argument.
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    Sticky: Not strange at all, if you've been watching...

    Not strange at all, if you've been watching baseball for more than a couple of years. I'm quite surprised CC has lasted as long as he has with the amount of innings he's thrown.
  3. Sticky: Poll: Let's not get too excited over an A ball all star...

    Let's not get too excited over an A ball all star yet. Fans here work themselves up into a tizzy over a low level prospect and then become hugely disappointed when they can't handle upper level...
  4. They were in the playoffs every year in spite of...

    They were in the playoffs every year in spite of their payroll not because of it.
  5. The yankees traded away their best catcher, lol!...

    The yankees traded away their best catcher, lol! ;)



    I think Miller wants to be a closer, but I wouldn't put it past the FO to pass on miller over a few bucks even if he's willing to remain a...
  6. I wouldn't worry about Cashman emptying the farm....

    I wouldn't worry about Cashman emptying the farm. He only trades away top prospects one at a time and only for unproven pitchers with past arm problems.
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    It is suggested by doctors like James Andrews...

    It is suggested by doctors like James Andrews that pitching too much at a sustained pace from a young age to an adult is the root cause for the weakening of the UCL, resulting in more and more tj...
  8. Friedman drafted Price and Longoria. Everyone...

    Friedman drafted Price and Longoria. Everyone else was a bust. Yes, he benefited greatly from drafting first.



    Monkey see, monkey do.
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    the yankees don't waste any time findng their...

    the yankees don't waste any time findng their scapegoats
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    When Cashman retires he'll have his own plague in...

    When Cashman retires he'll have his own plague in monument park.
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    The yankees rarely, if ever trade for impact...

    The yankees rarely, if ever trade for impact players, and they don't sign mlb ready IFA, except once every blue moon. Not their style.
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    According to all the sources I've read, that was...

    According to all the sources I've read, that was their final offer. They weren't going to go higher than 7/175.
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    Yes, because we all know by past history that the...

    Yes, because we all know by past history that the yankees always always throw out the lowest offer possible when going after a free agent. :facepalm: :laugh2:



    It is when you're offering...
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    Cano was offered 7/160, initially. That's 5...

    Cano was offered 7/160, initially. That's 5 million dollar difference over a span of 7 years. Are we to believe that Cano is only worth an extra $700,000 a season over Ellsbury, a much more...
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    Right. They attempted to pay an inferior player...

    Right. They attempted to pay an inferior player and a superior one the exact same salary. Im sure the yankees were perfectly serious in retaining Cano.
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    Just look at the people who post here. You think...

    Just look at the people who post here. You think they would be defending the yankees at all, if they had made NO offer instead of 7/175? Cmon.

    I would not be applauding the FO for giving Cano 9...
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    If you were facing the facts then you would...

    If you were facing the facts then you would accept everything I've said so far as the truth rather than constantly do your usual spin control in an effort to downplay the stupidity of Cashman and the...
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    You'd have to be out of mind dumb not to trade...

    You'd have to be out of mind dumb not to trade Phelps and Pineda for Castro. Of course theo and the gm would have to be brain dead to trade him for those two question marks.
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    He would have eventually taken it. No one starts...

    He would have eventually taken it. No one starts low and works up, it's the other way around.



    Let's be perfectly honest here. That was an offer they knew he'd either refuse, or knew would be...
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    I would have offered Cano 9 years, and he very...

    I would have offered Cano 9 years, and he very likely would have taken it if he's not a complete moron. Additionally, even if it were 10 years those 3 extra years are nothing, because we are not...
  21. Poll: According to Barra, the media was handed a press...

    According to Barra, the media was handed a press release pertaining to Eiland and Monteleone working to add those pitches to Joba's arsenal. Perhaps Eiland wasn't so much adding those pitches but...
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    I see. So giving a far inferior player like...

    I see. So giving a far inferior player like Jacoby Ellsbury 22 million a year for 7 years was a sound business decision when they already had this clone for much less? Hmm, I have over 20 million...
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    I'm pretty certain Cano never got that extra...

    I'm pretty certain Cano never got that extra extension because they didn't think he was yankee material. For example, not running hard to first, etc. It doesn't matter that he's the best second...
  24. Poll: Eh, that was 2 years ago. I've changed my mind...

    Eh, that was 2 years ago. I've changed my mind slightly on the topic since then, although at the time that was hardly my biggest concern with Pineda. This doesn't mean that I now think anyone can...
  25. Poll: Matt Garza spent the better half of his career...

    Matt Garza spent the better half of his career throwing anywhere from over 60 to over 70% fastballs, with the ocasional slider, change and curve thrown in at just over 10% each. Chris Archer throws...
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