Type: Posts; User: nytimeseditor
Can we start the charge to retire his number?
I love Gardy, happy to know he'll be around for a while.
This is worth a shot. It can't hurt, basically.
I'll be D-Rob!
Not surprised, but still shocked in a way. I can't imagine not seeing Jeter in the dugout. As a 28-year-old, I really can't remember another shortstop on the Yankees. I think his retirement will mean...
Lots of money, but they're doing some serious work this offseason and that was needed. This is big.
A $2 million deal isn't what's going to push the Yankees over 189, if that happens.
For this price, I think this is a good deal. He's not necessarily injury-prone dealing with concussion symptoms -...
I'm sad that we've lost the player.
I'm fine with losing the man.
Cano will be the king of Seattle baseball, and I think that's part of what he wants. He is "The Man" there, and won't have to compete with a bunch of other All Stars on the team for attention and...
The security. The knowledge that if we were leading in the 8th, we were going to win that game because Mo was ready in the bullpen. No doubts, no worries, no problem.
Don't love it.
Don't hate it.
So be it.
His persona will be missed in many ways. If nothing else, he brought some energy and fun and Tweets. Best wishes to him... except against the Yankees.
Itchy won't be around forever. Gardner brings a few things we don't have a lot of - youth, speed, SB's (as opposed to SOB's...). I like the guy. In the right deal maybe, but Gardner could be around a...
If Raul did something here again....
Nix it is.
Oh the gasp moment again!
A-rod should take his salary and split it between the pitchers - they've actually done their jobs well.
I've missed Gardner, whether he gets a hit or not.