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    Quote Originally Posted by dayners81 View Post
    The only way it would make sense is if the Yanks signed DJ before trading Voit or trading for Lindor. With DJ on board, then you make your run at Lindor, that way if u miss on Lindor you still have your team largely intact.
    I agree 100%.

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    Phillies lost $2B this year and will not be going after Realmuto. That leaves the Mets, and who else? If the Phillies lost that, gotta wonder what the yanks lost...

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    Espn is saying the Philles lost 145m https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/...on-report-says

    Realmuto is heavily rumored not to want to play in NY, If Philly isn't an option it will be interesting to see where he goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJYANKS12 View Post
    Phillies lost $2B this year and will not be going after Realmuto. That leaves the Mets, and who else? If the Phillies lost that, gotta wonder what the yanks lost...
    2 billion? Who reported that? Impossible. I don't even think they're valued at 2 billion.

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    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 dayners81 View Post
    Espn is saying the Philles lost 145m https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/...on-report-says

    Realmuto is heavily rumored not to want to play in NY, If Philly isn't an option it will be interesting to see where he goes.
    This # makes way more sense than 2 billion. Will be interesting to see how much it hurts free agency.

    Maybe it makes for a way more active trade market.

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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 OhSoSlick View Post
    2 billion? Who reported that? Impossible. I don't even think they're valued at 2 billion.

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    Does sound pretty damn ridiculous.

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    I believe what i read was the MLB lost 2b as a league last yr. The Yanks generated 643M gross in 2019 which was higher than any other team in Baseball, so I can't imagine any team lost 2B last yr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhSoSlick View Post
    This # makes way more sense than 2 billion. Will be interesting to see how much it hurts free agency.

    Maybe it makes for a way more active trade market.

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    Lets hope it opens up the trade market because we desperately need a good starter and other than Bauer who is very unlikely to come here, Tanaka is likely the best starter left on the market.

    I think your going to see alot more trades this yr anyways because of the massive reduction in MILB teams. Our team and farm is a great example, were loaded going up the middle and have way more players than spots for them to get playing time especially SS and CF in the lower levels. Were likely going to be forced to trade a couple good specs just to make sure we can get the reps we need for our elite players. We elimanated 3 teams below A ball that all had very, very promising players at those levels and the kids coming stateside from the DR have to find places to play.

    I'm wondering if the players that are likely to not get tendered contracts is going to be as deep as expected. I'm sure you've all seen some of the names out there and some of them are surprising. I think seeing who teams non tender is going to be very telling for how the off season is going to play out. Hopefully the Yanks won't be stupid and take advantage of the market to upgrade where they can. There is absolutely no reason we shouldn't be getting multiple good relievers with as deep and cheap as they are going to be. I also think we could upgrade the bench

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    Quote Originally Posted by dayners81 View Post
    I believe what i read was the MLB lost 2b as a league last yr. The Yanks generated 643M gross in 2019 which was higher than any other team in Baseball, so I can't imagine any team lost 2B last yr.
    The sports industry analysts Team Marketing Report has done the accounting on losses for all 30 teams. Total projected revenue.

    TMR annually produces what it calls the Fan Cost Index, a calculation of the average cost for a fan to attend a game for teams across sports. For the 2020 MLB season, TMR produced a data set looking at how much game-day revenue each club missed out on with the absence of fans.

    According to their reporting, there was more than $5 billion in lost revenue across the league, per TMRís calculations. The New York Yankees topped the list, with an estimated $437 million in game-day revenue lost compared to what the Yankees might have drawn with fans attending a traditional 81-game home schedule. The Miami Marlins were on the other end of the scale, at No 30, with $37 million in game-day revenue lost.

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    I think we are already seeing signs of it's effect on the market. Many teams (particularly small markets) are signaling they intend to dump salary at a brisk pace. Imo Yankees should take advantage of a once in a lifetime buying op.


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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    I think we are already seeing signs of it's effect on the market. Many teams (particularly small markets) are signaling they intend to dump salary at a brisk pace. Imo Yankees should take advantage of a once in a lifetime buying op.
    100%

    I think many team will have an itchy trigger finger knowing that the stadium's will likely be empty or at minimal capacity for most if not all of net year.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dayners81 View Post
    Espn is saying the Philles lost 145m https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/...on-report-says

    Realmuto is heavily rumored not to want to play in NY, If Philly isn't an option it will be interesting to see where he goes.
    Yankees lost even more. But I have no sympathy for these very rich organizations. It is comparable to a huge billion dollar investor having bad year on the stock market. You just deal with it.

    Thee is talk that Hal wants to try the 2008 pitching formula to help offset the payroll.

    How much does Garcia, Schmidt, German make per year as of now?

    Well add those 3 and slot them behind Cole and Monty

    Halís budget saving rotation

    1. Cole
    2. Monty
    3. German
    4. Garcia
    5. Schmidt

    There you go folks. This is how Hal will be able to afford DJ and his $20+ million. Going back to the 2008 of Joba, Kennedy and the future Roger Clemens that never was.
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    I know he was discovered cheap and Cashman gets applauded for it but with his value at a high and I think the Yankees need to put him in a package with some of the top specs.

    Trade Voit! Do it while he is at an all time high with value.

    Trade Voit, Florial, Garci and Schmidt and get Lindor.

    Then resign DJ And Tanaka and then sign Trevor Bauer and call it a day!

    2021 rotation

    1. Cole
    2. Bauer
    3. Tanaka
    4. Monty
    5. German

    With Sevy bullpen bound for 2021 to build back strength and then see what he has in store for 2022 as a starter again.

    That is what a REAL YANKEE OWNER DOES!
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    So Nicky which one is it , 8:26 or 8:32?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rrzubnyy View Post
    Yankees lost even more. But I have no sympathy for these very rich organizations. It is comparable to a huge billion dollar investor having bad year on the stock market. You just deal with it.

    Thee is talk that Hal wants to try the 2008 pitching formula to help offset the payroll.

    How much does Garcia, Schmidt, German make per year as of now?

    Well add those 3 and slot them behind Cole and Monty

    Halís budget saving rotation

    1. Cole
    2. Monty
    3. German
    4. Garcia
    5. Schmidt

    There you go folks. This is how Hal will be able to afford DJ and his $20+ million. Going back to the 2008 of Joba, Kennedy and the future Roger Clemens that never was.
    i can understand how the yanks feel the spent so much including signing cole and did not even advance to the series..while the rays spent so much less and did..the yanks will lose a ton more next year as baseball will not return to normal until 2022...

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