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  1. #976
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    Get em both!



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  2. #977
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    Found it for you Clown, Shane Greene is a Yankee spec again
    lol

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    Woohoo! Thanks Day!



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  4. #979
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    My question, would you do this trade today? I don't mean knowing what you know... I mean these guys as players today.

    (How awesome would that be, solely for the benefit of this thread)

    Hell yes!



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  5. #980
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    Without question

    Remember when we thought a good pitching spec looked like Shane Greene ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dayners81 View Post
    Without question

    Remember when we thought a good pitching spec looked like Shane Greene ?
    Shane Greene was absolutely a good pitching spec for his time. He was similar in my opinion to a Nick Nelson type. Some of these guys will work out great, others not. The Yankees did a nice job of trading him at peak value for Gregorius.

    Btw Greene threw 2.0 innings in SWB tonight, 0 hits, 5 K. How great would it be if the Yankees' pitching coaches turned him back into a relief pitching stud?

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    Two innings and 5 strikeouts? Call him up and let's see what this kid can do at the major league level!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoba Rama View Post
    Shane Greene was absolutely a good pitching spec for his time. He was similar in my opinion to a Nick Nelson type. Some of these guys will work out great, others not. The Yankees did a nice job of trading him at peak value for Gregorius.

    Btw Greene threw 2.0 innings in SWB tonight, 0 hits, 5 K. How great would it be if the Yankees' pitching coaches turned him back into a relief pitching stud?
    Which makes this trade even better!!



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  9. #984
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    This thread is absolute classic. Thanks for bringing him it back.


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