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  1. #286
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueYankee View Post
    Got a text to my phone by YanksNews saying Michael Pineda will not be ready until June or July in 2013. This may force Cashman to look for another starter...

    Interesting off-season indeed shaping up.
    The key is to sign Pettitte and Kuroda fairly quickly.....Pettitte and his 16-18 wins is a given.....but now we have to wait for the diagnosis of CC's elbow.

    Might be looking at this:

    1. Pettitte
    2. Kuroda
    3. Hughes
    4. Nova
    5. Phelps/ Lowe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spencesc11 View Post
    1st (eliminate)
    Granderson (buy him out)
    Swisher and Ibanez (let them go)

    2nd (extend or resign)
    Cano, Ichiro, R. Martin, and Rivera

    3rd (free agency)
    Josh Hamilton, Macier Izturis, Shane Victorino

    Trade
    Matt Garza and Carlos Marmol for prospects

    2013 Lineup

    Jeter, Victorino, Hamilton, Teixera, Cano, A-Rod, Izturis, Martin, Gardner/Ichiro

    Rotation
    Sabathia, Garza, Nova, Kuroda, and Hughes

    Bullpen
    Rivera, Soriano, Marmol, Chamberlain, Robertson, and 2 lefties

    Looks like a rematch with Detroit in the ALCS again to me.

    In OCTOBER, 2013 looks like a Yankee Detroit matchup in the ALCS? LOL!!!!! Do you people actually believe even half the stuff you're posting? I would hope not.
    The REAL DEAL Yankee fan

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    The only one that leaves is Swisher and most of the guys on the bench besides Ibanez, he deserves another year.

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    I dont think Joe Girardi will be fired but if he was how would you all like either Tino Martinez or John Flaherty to be manager?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JesusMontero View Post
    I dont think Joe Girardi will be fired but if he was how would you all like either Tino Martinez or John Flaherty to be manager?
    I don't actually envision Tino Martinez as the manager type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jd25213 View Post
    Why, Headley is overrated. He's not worth the price at all.
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    Suck it

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    Best Starters Available According To WAR
    Yankees will go after...

    1. Zack Greinke (28) - 384 IP, 2.32 BB/9, 9.40 K/9, 3.62 ERA, 3.05 FIP, 9.1 WAR
    2. Dan Haren (32) - 415 IP, 1.54 BB/9, 7.24 K/9, 3.67 ERA, 3.52 FIP, 7.9 WAR
    3. Anibal Sanchez (29) - 392 IP, 2.57 BB/9, 8.47 K/9, 3.77 ERA, 3.44 FIP, 7.6 WAR
    4. Jake Peavy (31) - 330 IP, 1.99 BB/9, 7.87 K/9, 3.89 ERA, 3.56 FIP, 7.4 WAR
    5. Brandon McCarthy (29) - 281.2 IP, 1.57 BB/9, 6.26 K/9, 3.29 ERA, 3.22 FIP, 6.6 WAR
    6. Edwin Jackson (29) - 389.1 IP, 2.77 BB/9, 7.30 K/9, 3.91 ERA, 3.69 FIP, 6.5 WAR
    7. Tim Hudson (37) - 394 IP, 2.38 BB/9, 5.94 K/9, 3.40 ERA, 3.57 FIP, 6.5 WAR
    8. Hiroki Kuroda (38) - 421.2 IP, 2.13 BB/9, 7 K/9, 3.20 ERA, 3.82 FIP, 6.1 WAR
    9. Kyle Lohse (34) - 399.1 IP, 1.80 BB/9, 5.72 K/9, 3.11 ERA, 3.58 FIP, 6.1 WAR
    10. Ryan Dempster (36) - 375.1 IP, 3.21 BB/9, 8.25 K/9, 4.15 ERA, 3.81 FIP, 6.0 WAR
    11. Gavin Floyd (30) - 361.2 IP, 2.69 BB/9, 7.34 K/9, 4.33 ERA, 4.11 FIP, 5.7 WAR
    12. Barolo Colon (40) - 316.2 IP, 1.79 BB/9, 6.42 K/9, 3.72 ERA, 3.83 FIP, 5.2 WAR
    13. Paul Maholm (30) - 3.51 IP, 2.64 BB/9, 6.07 K/9, 3.66 ERA, 3.90 FIP, 4.4 WAR
    14. Jeff Francis (32) - 296 IP, 1.85 BB/9, 5.08 K/9, 5.11 ERA, 4.17 FIP, 4.3 WAR
    15. Shaun Marcum (31) - 324.2 IP, 2.72 BB/9, 7.40 K/9, 3.60 ERA, 3.87 FIP, 4.2 WAR

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    Quote Originally Posted by theslick1 View Post
    You couldn't even fill up a shot glass with everything Colin Cowherd knows about baseball. I suspect he finds baseball boring in general since all he talks about all year long is football.
    I love football but those guys talk about it all the time like baseball does not exists. I tune in via Tunein radio and it's 90% football and 10% baseball. 70% of that football talk surrounds the Jets.

    Masahiro Tanaka

    11-1| 99.2 IP| 10.20 K/9| 1.44 BB/9| 0.90 HR/9| 1.99 ERA| 2.70 FIP| 2.32 xFIP| 2.9 fWAR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vintage View Post
    Best Starters Available According To WAR
    Yankees will go after...

    1. Zack Greinke (28) - 384 IP, 2.32 BB/9, 9.40 K/9, 3.62 ERA, 3.05 FIP, 9.1 WAR
    2. Dan Haren (32) - 415 IP, 1.54 BB/9, 7.24 K/9, 3.67 ERA, 3.52 FIP, 7.9 WAR
    3. Anibal Sanchez (29) - 392 IP, 2.57 BB/9, 8.47 K/9, 3.77 ERA, 3.44 FIP, 7.6 WAR
    4. Jake Peavy (31) - 330 IP, 1.99 BB/9, 7.87 K/9, 3.89 ERA, 3.56 FIP, 7.4 WAR
    5. Brandon McCarthy (29) - 281.2 IP, 1.57 BB/9, 6.26 K/9, 3.29 ERA, 3.22 FIP, 6.6 WAR
    6. Edwin Jackson (29) - 389.1 IP, 2.77 BB/9, 7.30 K/9, 3.91 ERA, 3.69 FIP, 6.5 WAR
    7. Tim Hudson (37) - 394 IP, 2.38 BB/9, 5.94 K/9, 3.40 ERA, 3.57 FIP, 6.5 WAR
    8. Hiroki Kuroda (38) - 421.2 IP, 2.13 BB/9, 7 K/9, 3.20 ERA, 3.82 FIP, 6.1 WAR
    9. Kyle Lohse (34) - 399.1 IP, 1.80 BB/9, 5.72 K/9, 3.11 ERA, 3.58 FIP, 6.1 WAR
    10. Ryan Dempster (36) - 375.1 IP, 3.21 BB/9, 8.25 K/9, 4.15 ERA, 3.81 FIP, 6.0 WAR
    11. Gavin Floyd (30) - 361.2 IP, 2.69 BB/9, 7.34 K/9, 4.33 ERA, 4.11 FIP, 5.7 WAR
    12. Barolo Colon (40) - 316.2 IP, 1.79 BB/9, 6.42 K/9, 3.72 ERA, 3.83 FIP, 5.2 WAR
    13. Paul Maholm (30) - 3.51 IP, 2.64 BB/9, 6.07 K/9, 3.66 ERA, 3.90 FIP, 4.4 WAR
    14. Jeff Francis (32) - 296 IP, 1.85 BB/9, 5.08 K/9, 5.11 ERA, 4.17 FIP, 4.3 WAR
    15. Shaun Marcum (31) - 324.2 IP, 2.72 BB/9, 7.40 K/9, 3.60 ERA, 3.87 FIP, 4.2 WAR
    Kuroda and Peavy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vintage View Post
    Best Starters Available According To WAR
    Yankees will go after...

    1. Zack Greinke (28) - 384 IP, 2.32 BB/9, 9.40 K/9, 3.62 ERA, 3.05 FIP, 9.1 WAR
    2. Dan Haren (32) - 415 IP, 1.54 BB/9, 7.24 K/9, 3.67 ERA, 3.52 FIP, 7.9 WAR
    3. Anibal Sanchez (29) - 392 IP, 2.57 BB/9, 8.47 K/9, 3.77 ERA, 3.44 FIP, 7.6 WAR
    4. Jake Peavy (31) - 330 IP, 1.99 BB/9, 7.87 K/9, 3.89 ERA, 3.56 FIP, 7.4 WAR
    5. Brandon McCarthy (29) - 281.2 IP, 1.57 BB/9, 6.26 K/9, 3.29 ERA, 3.22 FIP, 6.6 WAR
    6. Edwin Jackson (29) - 389.1 IP, 2.77 BB/9, 7.30 K/9, 3.91 ERA, 3.69 FIP, 6.5 WAR
    7. Tim Hudson (37) - 394 IP, 2.38 BB/9, 5.94 K/9, 3.40 ERA, 3.57 FIP, 6.5 WAR
    8. Hiroki Kuroda (38) - 421.2 IP, 2.13 BB/9, 7 K/9, 3.20 ERA, 3.82 FIP, 6.1 WAR
    9. Kyle Lohse (34) - 399.1 IP, 1.80 BB/9, 5.72 K/9, 3.11 ERA, 3.58 FIP, 6.1 WAR
    10. Ryan Dempster (36) - 375.1 IP, 3.21 BB/9, 8.25 K/9, 4.15 ERA, 3.81 FIP, 6.0 WAR
    11. Gavin Floyd (30) - 361.2 IP, 2.69 BB/9, 7.34 K/9, 4.33 ERA, 4.11 FIP, 5.7 WAR
    12. Barolo Colon (40) - 316.2 IP, 1.79 BB/9, 6.42 K/9, 3.72 ERA, 3.83 FIP, 5.2 WAR
    13. Paul Maholm (30) - 3.51 IP, 2.64 BB/9, 6.07 K/9, 3.66 ERA, 3.90 FIP, 4.4 WAR
    14. Jeff Francis (32) - 296 IP, 1.85 BB/9, 5.08 K/9, 5.11 ERA, 4.17 FIP, 4.3 WAR
    15. Shaun Marcum (31) - 324.2 IP, 2.72 BB/9, 7.40 K/9, 3.60 ERA, 3.87 FIP, 4.2 WAR
    Other than bringing Kuroda back, Haren would be my first choice. I don't know if the Angels have officially declined his option or if they even are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankees 1903 View Post
    I love football but those guys talk about it all the time like baseball does not exists. I tune in via Tunein radio and it's 90% football and 10% baseball. 70% of that football talk surrounds the Jets.
    Yeah ESPN revolves around football all year long. They broadcast NFL Live all the time, even during the offseason months where there is nothing to talk about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Dunn View Post
    Other than bringing Kuroda back, Haren would be my first choice. I don't know if the Angels have officially declined his option or if they even are.
    They haven't yet declined it, but rumors are that they will. They want to spend the money on Greinke and, surprisingly, Torii Hunter. Haren likes Anaheim and has said he'd play for less than his option price (15.5M). Ervin Santana is expected to have his option declined. Maicir Izturis is expected not to be re-signed either.

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    Otani, the 18 year fireballer from Japan.....but probably has to go thru draft....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rrzubnyy View Post
    Otani, the 18 year fireballer from Japan.....but probably has to go thru draft....
    Rangers, Red Sox, and Dodgers are after him. I don't think he has to go through the draft. He's an international free agent. Never played in Japan league, so no posting fee either.

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    Sean Burnett Will Decline Option(MLB TRADE RUMORS.COM)

    Sean Burnett's contract with the Nationals contains a $3.5MM mutual option for the 2013 season, but the left-hander is expected to decline his portion in hopes of securing a multi-year deal, according to MLB.com's Bill Ladson. Burnett's decision doesn't necessarily spell the end of his time with the Nats. His "first priority," writes Ladson, is to return to the Nationals on a new contract.

    Burnett signed a two-year, $3.95MM extension with Washington in December of 2010. He rewarded general manager Mike Rizzo with 113 1/3 innings of 3.10 ERA ball to go along with a 7.1 K/9, 2.6 BB/9 and also picked up six saves. He was particularly effective this past season, tallying a 2.38 ERA with career-best marks of 9.1 K/9, 1.9 BB/9 and a 57.4 percent ground-ball rate. Since the beginning of the 2011 season, only eight left-handers have topped Burnett's 139 relief appearances.

    Burnett could look to multi-year deals given out to left-handed relievers over the past several years, perhaps targeting something in the two-year, $8-9MM range. Fellow southpaws Javier Lopez ($8.5MM), Pedro Feliciano ($8MM) and Hisanori Takahashi ($8MM) all signed for similar totals. Burnett could also look to recent extensions for Sean Marshall (three years, $16.5MM) and Glen Perkins (three years, $10.3MM), though Burnett hasn't been as dominant as either of that pair.

    Burnett was originally acquired from the Pirates along with Nyjer Morgan in a trade that sent Joel Hanrahan and Lastings Milledge to the Buccos. If and when Burnett declines his option, the Nationals will not have to pay him the $250K buyout they hold over their own half of the option.

    Should he decides to entertain offers from other teams, the 30-year-old Burnett's combination of youth, effectiveness and durability will make him one of the top southpaw relievers on the free agent market.

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