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  1. #676
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    Quote Originally Posted by rrzubnyy View Post
    The Indian have reportedly offered Youkilis 2/18....so much for that!
    Please take it. ray:

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    Worst winter meetings ever.

    Especially for trades.
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    I think my fave tidbit from MLB network this week was that the following two players had the same career road splits.

    Shelley Duncan
    Justin Upton
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    Quote Originally Posted by leoharris View Post
    I think my fave tidbit from MLB network this week was that the following two players had the same career road splits.

    Shelley Duncan
    Justin Upton
    That is hilarious... And a little pathetic.

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    With Rivera, pettite, and kuroda coming off the books, and if we trade granderson idk how we don't go after Hamilton. Sure it's a risk with his past and the life style NY brings, and the potential decline, but with the shirt porch in right, I think 5yrs $90m is a pretty good investment. If we trade granderson, and the loss of the 3 mentioned before that clears $50m. Plenty of room for Hamilton

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    From a strictly business point of view, signing Josh and letting Cano go is a $$$ win from two angles:

    1- Revenue. Josh brings bootys to the seats. Bob doesn't.
    2- 4/5 years at $20-25 mil vs 7/8 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leoharris View Post
    From a strictly business point of view, signing Josh and letting Cano go is a $$$ win from two angles:

    1- Revenue. Josh brings bootys to the seats. Bob doesn't.
    2- 4/5 years at $20-25 mil vs 7/8 years.
    I can see your logic but i dont think Josh can cut it in NY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leoharris View Post
    From a strictly business point of view, signing Josh and letting Cano go is a $$$ win from two angles:

    1- Revenue. Josh brings bootys to the seats. Bob doesn't.
    2- 4/5 years at $20-25 mil vs 7/8 years.
    Both very good points

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    $12M for youk is way too much for him. Like I said before I'd like to sign Hamilton, trade granderson to Texas for olt( or whatever package makes sense) and sign Ichiro. I think that can fix a pretty bad offseason so far.

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    For all of the people out there saying we didnt need to sign anyone over the winter meetings, just who exactly do you think is going to be filling the holes in our lineup. I keep hearing "fill from within" but you fail to mention any names. No Yankee fan was dying for the Yanks to sign Keppinger or Shierholtz (or however you spell it). But because of Hal's 189 demand, those are the names we had to hope for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steven1016 View Post
    $12M for youk is way too much for him. Like I said before I'd like to sign Hamilton, trade granderson to Texas for olt( or whatever package makes sense) and sign Ichiro. I think that can fix a pretty bad offseason so far.
    I'd love to have Olt, and I think a Granderson deal could be logical for Texas. It would all depend on how highly they value Grandy, and Olt. We'd probably have to give up a mid-level prospects too. But he would be a great 3B, and he's young. If only if only.

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    Yankees shopping around Granderson, shows me that they want Hamilton.

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    And to just throw this out there, what about a trade centered around cano for upton?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steven1016 View Post
    And to just throw this out there, what about a trade centered around cano for upton?!
    Arizona wouldn't want Cano whose a free agent next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronxbombers88 View Post
    For all of the people out there saying we didnt need to sign anyone over the winter meetings, just who exactly do you think is going to be filling the holes in our lineup. I keep hearing "fill from within" but you fail to mention any names. No Yankee fan was dying for the Yanks to sign Keppinger or Shierholtz (or however you spell it). But because of Hal's 189 demand, those are the names we had to hope for.
    Ronnier Mustelier(he can play 3B, 2B, OF)

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/mi...d=mustel000---

    He's not super young, he's 28..but he has only been in the system for 2 years and he's hitting .324/.378/.497. Last season he was in triple A.

    He can fill in at 3B, and or RF. He's a middle infielder as his natural position, but he's talented. He's got some pop he hit 15 home runs in 114 games.

    David Adams(2B/3B)

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/mi...d=adams-002dav

    He's 25. Naturally a second baseman, Yankees slid him to third at the end of the year and he played 3B in the fall league. He hit .306/.385/.450. He hasn't played above Double A yet. But he's got a lot of potential.

    Austin Romine(Catcher)

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/mi...d=romine001aus

    If he can stay healthy..which he has yet too, Since he has back issues since high school..he spent most of last season on the DL. He had some time in AAA ball in 2011. Spent time in AAA ball last year when he wasn't on the DL. He can split time with Cervelli/Stewart.
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