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    fking sign yu darvish, montero will be the fulltime DH...and thats all i ask

    i was against darvish before, but after everything ive heard/read...GET HIM

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    With Albert and Prince on the market the yanks need to go after at least 1 of them... tex just blows in the playoffs.... Sorry tex u are 1 of the weakest links gotta ho

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisxsong View Post
    If he wants to stay, fine let him stay. If he wants to go then fine let him go.
    But how much are you willing to give him to stay if he opts out? I would be willing to bite the bullet and give him a 5 year deal because I think we need him to 1) give ourselves a chance the next few seasons and 2) help bridge the gap to our youung guys until they are ready to really be full timer starters. A 5 year deal would probably hurt us at the end, but I think the short term gain justifies it because we can afford to pay CC 20 mil to be only a #4 innings eater at the end of his deal.

    But I expect him to look for a 7 year deal. At that point, I'm not sure the short term value justifies the horrificness of that deal at the end.


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    I don't think pitching is exactly our issue. We lost due to a lack of clutch hitting. I think the Yankees should invest in a leadoff hitter and maybe move everyone down a spot. Also, I think we could use a speedier option in Right Field. Swisher is great, but the Yankees have so many players that are high on-base, power hitters. I think a guy who can get 20 HRs and can get 30 steals and hit around .280-.300 would be better for the Yankees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mttwlsn16 View Post
    fking sign yu darvish, montero will be the fulltime DH...and thats all i ask

    i was against darvish before, but after everything ive heard/read...GET HIM
    I'd like Darvish too. He costs only money - not prospects or picks. The advantage the Yanks have being a big market is that they can afford to take financial risks. You can never have too much young high upside pitching so I'm all for adding him.


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    Yet Another invisible post season this year and (right or wrong) Tex should start hearing it from the Stadium faithful next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeter 2 View Post
    I don't think pitching is exactly our issue. We lost due to a lack of clutch hitting. I think the Yankees should invest in a leadoff hitter and maybe move everyone down a spot. Also, I think we could use a speedier option in Right Field. Swisher is great, but the Yankees have so many players that are high on-base, power hitters. I think a guy who can get 20 HRs and can get 30 steals and hit around .280-.300 would be better for the Yankees.
    Beltran. He doesn't steal anymore, but he hits for average and gets on base at a great rate. Only concern is injuries, so you probably need to secure a backup because you really only want to use Beltran for 120 games at most IMO - gotta preserve him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pootamis91 View Post
    Hopefully we find a ace on the open market the thought of a long term deal with Sabathia would haunt the Yanks down the road
    The Yankees probably have to keep CC. Hopefully he can continue his dieting regiminte like he comes back 20-30 lbs skinnier next year.

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    I would hope they could work it out by offering two more years on his current deal, so it ends up being a 6 year deal.

    Cliff Lee basically got a 6 year deal (5 years with a vesting option if he pitches 200 the last year or 400 the last two years), and he was a year or two older.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hugepatsfan View Post
    I find it best to just ignore those type of posts. If you keep quoting them, good ideas get buried because there's so much activity here.
    H2R and Johnson were both hurt this year so their value's are down
    Gardner is a top 3 left fielder, Soriano is a stud closer and we eat his contract, beteces is a top prospect, plus another prospect and we would send zambrano with cash to the marlins whom they want

    Really how far fetched is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeter 2 View Post
    I don't think pitching is exactly our issue. We lost due to a lack of clutch hitting. I think the Yankees should invest in a leadoff hitter and maybe move everyone down a spot. Also, I think we could use a speedier option in Right Field. Swisher is great, but the Yankees have so many players that are high on-base, power hitters. I think a guy who can get 20 HRs and can get 30 steals and hit around .280-.300 would be better for the Yankees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hugepatsfan View Post
    But how much are you willing to give him to stay if he opts out? I would be willing to bite the bullet and give him a 5 year deal because I think we need him to 1) give ourselves a chance the next few seasons and 2) help bridge the gap to our youung guys until they are ready to really be full timer starters. A 5 year deal would probably hurt us at the end, but I think the short term gain justifies it because we can afford to pay CC 20 mil to be only a #4 innings eater at the end of his deal.

    But I expect him to look for a 7 year deal. At that point, I'm not sure the short term value justifies the horrificness of that deal at the end.
    If he opts out i let him go.

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    Lo primero que hay que hacer es salir de Cashman, segundo salir de Girardi, tercero sacar a Alex Rodriguez de 3B, cuarto hacer un cambio con los Mets por David Wright 3B, Si CC se quiere ir que se vaya. Con el ganamos una vez. Dirigente Francona, GM Epstein. Firmar Swisher, necesitamos lanzadores abridores 2 por lo menos. Conseguir bateadores oportunos.
    1B Texeira
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    I just don't see us letting him go. I think our FO would panic if we lost Sabathia. I think if we could re-sign Sabathia(or maybe, just maybe, he doesn't opt out) and also sign Wilson we would be absolutely set.

    As for RF, i'd definitely let Swisher walk and go after Beltran if the price is right.

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