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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chapin78 View Post
    I just don’t see him leaving money on the table like that.


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    Nope. Not at his age and especially after blowing saves.
    If we win the WS and he plays a big role? He will opt out



    **** off. Where's my title

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    Yankees overall save pct for all relievers during Mo era (1996-2013) was 74%, the best in MLB. Yankees overall save pct since he retired is 71%, 4th best in MLB

    Pretty good if you ask me.

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    He is talking about the one and only, pure trash: Ereck Flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by cowboyskilla View Post
    His stern face can give that impression but I don't feel that's the case. New York isn't an easy place to play at, so honestly I can see his confidence at an all-time low for him.

    I don't think he's a bust. I think he just needs the right motivation to pick himself up & play harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    Nope. Not at his age and especially after blowing saves.
    If we win the WS and he plays a big role? He will opt out
    And after seeing how much trouble Kimbrel had getting a deal this offseason and into the regular season.

    Chap would be stupid to opt out imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCSownsU View Post
    Yankees overall save pct for all relievers during Mo era (1996-2013) was 74%, the best in MLB. Yankees overall save pct since he retired is 71%, 4th best in MLB

    Pretty good if you ask me.

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    We didn't





    **** off. Where's my title

  5. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    Nope. Not at his age and especially after blowing saves.
    If we win the WS and he plays a big role? He will opt out
    Agree, key is post season success.
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    Chapman will be 34 years old when he starts spring training in 2022 for whichever team signs him. There's no way he isn't opting out now and getting a longer deal. No team is going to climb over themselves to give him a deal at age 33/34.

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    See: Kimbrel. He got 3/43. That means Chapstick would get similar. And that only $9m for the 3rd year.

    Silly move.

    The draft pick will kill him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    Nope. Not at his age and especially after blowing saves.
    If we win the WS and he plays a big role? He will opt out
    After a title a lot of players look for that final paycheck. They are at an all time high and I can't blame them for seeking the loot. Even with a WS I think he stays because of the Kimbrell deal or non deal.
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    I really believe that he will talk with his agent after the season and then his agent will speak with the Yankees about a two year extension. Then, both will settle on a one year extension for the same $17.2 million. So, my guess is that instead of opting out and missing half a season and winding up with $43 million for 3 years, he will get $51 million for 3 years. both he and the Yankees would consider it a win/win.

    Otherwise, both sides can be greedy and lose big.

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