Pena to Astros. $2.9m one year.
Are we ever going to sign a catcher?
I understand that these predicted signings are practical and necessary, but we haven't really gotten any better. I'm not sure about you guys, but even with our strict budget cuts, I'd still like to see an improved team out there next year, ya know, cause we didn't win or even make it to the world series with last year's roster...
I'd be fine with signing a Catcher and leaving the OF as is, or signing an OF'er and giving the starting job to Romine. He was hyped up a bit at one point, and I know he was injured, but let's finally see what he can do over a longer period of time.
FC Bayern Munchen
New York Yankees
G: 87 | AVG: .272 | HR: 2| RBI: 27| OBP: .326 | SLG: .320 | wOBA: .293 | wRC: 80
Can we "Frankenstein" George back to life so he can run this ****ing team like a real owner would?
I think the Jays are in for a suprise......teams that flood their roster with so many new players usually do not perform that well as a team in their 1st year together.....2014 is different...
They extended Dickey. Hehe.
Johnson comes next. Hehe.
Both should provide length. Hehe.
iIt’s wrong in thinking that adding pure speed guys to the lineup makes it more balanced. It does not. Having a complete lineup doesn’t mean having one that is pure power guys mixed with pure speed guys. It means having guys who cover all the tools individually. Look at the Cardinals lineup. they lose Albert Pujols and theyre still one of the best offenses in the NL. Why? Because they have guys who don’t just rely on one facet of the game. They have guys who can do a little bit of everything. If you have a lineup full of one dimensional guys, whether it be power or speed, you aren’t going to have a very balanced lineup. let’s say somehow they do end up signing bourne.
jeter-a little bit of everything
adding nothing but speed to the lineup doesn’t make you more balanced. it just makes you depend on something different.