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  1. #16
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    I have my concerns Hamilton could even handle NY

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    he is gonna be your starting CF come opening day. Cashman traded for him originally he isn't gonna admit failure and trade him away now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utd7 View Post
    Cool now let's gauge the trade market and see if we can trade him.

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    wooohooo?


    The Good Ole Days

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    greaat another K for the middle of the Yankees lineup. I'd rather have Melky in CF than Granderson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utd7 View Post
    I have my concerns Hamilton could even handle NY
    I think he could, my concerns can he stay healthy? Apparently he quit tobacco mid-season which can effect the body physically and mentally. Signing Hamiltion is a good debate, he can help our aging offense.
    Thanks Donnie Baseball, B dAwK 20, and Poncho_707!!!

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    this is surprise ................. not
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    Wall will win more and will be better then Irving Quote me.
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    u can't build a franchise around lebron. Its been proven already. he can't attract players and has to follow to be matched up with talent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khennick View Post
    lead team in hrs last year. We will pick up option on cano too. Let swish walk and resign ichiro, and put him in right. Move Jeter to 3rd, Nunez to ss, afraud to lhdh with chavez rhdh. Also resign Kuroda for insurance on Pettite. Great offseason see you next spring lol.
    Um, have you seen Nunez field?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utd7 View Post
    Cool now let's gauge the trade market and see if we can trade him.
    He has more value to the Yankees than other teams. His SLG is 100 points lower outside of Yankee Stadium.

    If the Yankees don't want him despite the fact that he's perfect for Yankee Stadium...why would another team take him, unless it's for a very modest player/prospect? Yankees won't get much back. For example, Mets might give Yankees Nieuwenhuis and McHugh -- something like that -- plus some cash to pay his salary. Agree?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gangreenseason View Post


    The yankees will never learn, you will not win a world series with guys who don't hit for average. These all or nothing guys will clamp up in the postseason.


    This was an opportunity to clean house. This destroys my hopes for Josh Hamilton.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkHst8GYbYI
    Why do you want another guy thats exactly whats wrong with this team right now. Youre going to have to give him a huge contract for way too many years and its going to be deja vu for all of us. Youll get 2 good years out of him MAYBE, assuming he doesnt miss time due to injury. After that he will decline rapidly and we will once again be paying 20+ million dollars a season to a guy that just isnt worth it.

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    here here

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblue56857 View Post
    greaat another K for the middle of the Yankees lineup. I'd rather have Melky in CF than Granderson.
    Melky isn't coming here. The Yankees stay away from roid users, so Melky will never be in pinstripes again!!!

    Eric Berry Strong

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    Grandy is getting his eyes checked ala Bernie Williams

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    Pick up his option just to trade him? I hope so. I dont get all the hate on Hamilton. He hits for power and average. I'd offer him a 4 year deal. He would be Arods age when the deal expires. He would give 2-3 solid years of production.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JobaRules26 View Post
    Pick up his option just to trade him? I hope so. I dont get all the hate on Hamilton. He hits for power and average. I'd offer him a 4 year deal. He would be Arods age when the deal expires. He would give 2-3 solid years of production.
    He's incredible. But given his age, his injury history (How many seasons without injury does he have?), and his other issues, there's a big risk. I think he's far more likely to decline early than most. And he can't stay healthy now.

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