A bucket of balls
A bucket of balls
Last edited by metswon69; 10-22-2012 at 11:12 AM.
Thinking the Yankees would have to eat 75% of his contract. If not, then at least half of it.
50% of his contract paid, and probably a couple of nobody/never-will-be prospects.
Or a large half pepperoni from Famiglia
New York Yankees
FC Bayern Munchen
Bundesliga: Wins- 12 / Draw- 2 / Loss- 0
DFB-Pokal-Wins- 2 / Loss- 0
Champions League- Wins- 5 / Draw- 0 / Loss- 0
All I know is I miss the 2001-2009 ARod
All depends on what the Yanks are willing to eat. AL teams will be more interested because he needs to DH at least some. Though with interleague year round an NL team could bite I suppose.
About a quarter of his salary. Maybe more like a third.
about a $1.25....
Dude is a Loser.
Im a lifelong yankees fan and ive hated this signing since day one.
I dont know what the ingredients are.
i dont know why Guys like A-rod and Tony Romo and Jeff George can have all the measurables in the world and find a way to choke, All I do know is that they are chokers.
the dynasty Yankees of the 90s were nowhere near as talented as these guys, but the choker virus follwed this chump into the club house.
2.3 bWAR suggests between 10-15M / year. If he was a free agent, he'd probably be lucky to get 4/40. He's owed 5/119, so he's worth about 1/3 of his contract.
-HeymanAL scout on arod: "I can't believe anyone would be interested." #114MIL plus #30MIL in milestone HR bonuses
The Yankees would have to take on 2/3rds of his contract, at which point they'd be better off keeping him.
According to some writer, two GM's told them the most they'd give is $5M for a 1 year prove it deal. That's a bigger hit on the Yanks than 2/3.
It's also thought that sitting him in the playoffs is a message. Relent on your no trade so we can deal you to Miami (or wherever).
Continued to merge the A-Rod threads.
that is now 7 A-Rod threads in the last week. just keep it all in one place. If you have a new question, ask it here
If he was a Free Agent this season, he would probably get a 2 year deal worth around 25-30 million (like Beltran level) to go to an AL team and there would probably be a 3rd year option.
So yeah, he is no where close to his deals value, but he wouldn't just be cut either. He can still be a useful player
According to fangraphs, about 9.8 million.