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  1. #1396
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    if the phils lost 145 million imagine how much more then the phils the yanks lost last year...

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    $5

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    We’re pointing out that these statistics breed false narratives, and we value the truth. This isn’t about replacing old numbers with new numbers, or attempting to dissuade anyone from enjoying the aesthetics of the game. It is simply about telling the average fan about the reality of what actually happened on the field. The “Holy Trinity” of baseball statistics fail at this most basic task, and so they are not worth deifying any longer. - Dave Cameron

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceHawk-181 View Post
    $5

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    Nah. Bout 3 fiddy.



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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    So Nicky which one is it , 8:26 or 8:32?



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    Quote Originally Posted by rrzubnyy View Post
    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!
    I'm glad you're not a real yankee owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dayners81 View Post
    Buster Olney is reporting that the Yanks are shopping Voit to try and clear space for both DJ and Lindor. He also said they Yanks are very serious about trying to improve their infield defense
    Cashman should have just kept Didi. He wasn’t the best but he would have been better than Torres at SS.

    IMO Cashman sent Torres back a few steps as the poor kid was concentrating too much at playing SS and his hitting suffered as a side result.

    Just send Cleveland my trade package and BECOME THE NEW YORK YANKEES AGAIN!

    Voit, Florial, Schmidt, Garcia for Lindor

    Resign DJ
    Sign Bauer
    Sign Tanak

    2021 rotation:

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

    Sevy goes to the pen for 2021 with the option of trying out for the 2022 season as the pen might be where he belongs after his bad injury.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    So Nicky which one is it , 8:26 or 8:32?
    I put out the scenarios.

    You tell me what Hal would do with those!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny ny View Post
    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...
    I get tired of that stupid talk of trying to be like the Rays.....THEY ARE FORCED to do that.

    Do you think if Sternberg had the revenue that Hal has he would be trying to save every nickel and dime and cut corners to build a roster?

    He wouldn’t be. drunken sailor but I guarantee he would be spending more than Hal as the net profit would still be massive.

    Bottom line is NET PROFIT and we don’t know what the actual numbers are with the Yankees but I’m sure they are a tad higher than the Rays.

    Hal needs to understand that his buffoons can’t replicate what the Rays can do with their awesome scouts and development staff.

    Cash tries to buy INTERNATIONAL players and still strikes out!

    Just spend heavily in years you need to and quit worrying about Years 6 and 7 of the contracts.
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    2) Trevor Rosenthal

    He seemed headed for the scrap heap a year ago after an ugly 2019 season, and had to settle for a minor league deal with the Royals. But Rosenthal re-discovered his lost command and still had the 98 mph fastball that made him a sensation as a young closer for the Cardinals several years earlier.

    The right-hander pitched well enough for the Royals to warrant a trade to a contender, and then dominated down the stretch for the Padres, allowing no earned runs in nine appearances spanning 10 innings. The Dodgers roughed him up in his one NLDS appearance, but at age 30, Rosenthal is going to attract considerable attention.

    Who Signs Him? Yankees. Their bullpen wasn’t as dominant as expected, so look for Brian Cashman to add a low-cost reliever or two this winter.

    7) Garrett Richards

    Somewhat like Paxton, Richards always had high-end stuff that wowed scouts but has repeatedly been derailed by injuries. The right-hander made only 31 starts over four seasons from 2016-’19 but managed to stay healthy for the Padres through the abbreviated 2020 season, pitching to a 4.03 ERA over 51 1/3 innings.

    Scouts say Richards, who turns 33 in May, is still a tempting option, in part because of high spin rates on both his fastball and curveball that teams value more than ever these days.

    Who Signs Him? Yankees. They love their analytics, so perhaps they’ll buy in on those spin rates and take a shot that Richards can stay healthy.

    https://www.sny.tv/articles/scouts-a...-on-the-market

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    A couple of #Yankees winter ball updates:

    Deivi Garcia is slated to start for Tigres del Licey tomorrow vs. Gigantes del Cibao.

    Gary Sanchez is supposed to play for Toros del Este starting Friday. It will be his first time in the league since 2013-14.


    Sell the Team, HAL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    Bryan Hoch@BryanHoch
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    A couple of #Yankees winter ball updates:

    Deivi Garcia is slated to start for Tigres del Licey tomorrow vs. Gigantes del Cibao.

    Gary Sanchez is supposed to play for Toros del Este starting Friday. It will be his first time in the league since 2013-14.
    I have this feeling that Sanchez either shtis the bed or lights it up but still pulls everything and sees it as a success.

    I hope the Yankees are in contact with their hitting coach and ask that Sanchez looks to drive the ball the other way. (to be clear, by that I mean to right field).

    I really believe Sahcnez was a victim of Launch angle and exit velocity. His swing changed in the las couple of seasons. He stopped hitting to all fields and was only looking to hit it out. I think he can still b a 275+ hitter with a good OBP and 30+ hr if he goes back to how he used to hit.
    When he is good, they can't shift against him.



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    ^ agreed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    I have this feeling that Sanchez either shtis the bed or lights it up but still pulls everything and sees it as a success.

    I hope the Yankees are in contact with their hitting coach and ask that Sanchez looks to drive the ball the other way. (to be clear, by that I mean to right field).

    I really believe Sahcnez was a victim of Launch angle and exit velocity. His swing changed in the las couple of seasons. He stopped hitting to all fields and was only looking to hit it out. I think he can still b a 275+ hitter with a good OBP and 30+ hr if he goes back to how he used to hit.
    When he is good, they can't shift against him.
    it's been 3 years since sanchez was a major league hitter....

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    So if he hasn't been a MLB hitter in 3yrs, how'd he make that AS team in 19 and hit those 34hrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dayners81 View Post
    So if he hasn't been a MLB hitter in 3yrs, how'd he make that AS team in 19 and hit those 34hrs.
    You'd think the way Johnny drools over home runs and how its basically his major belief of a successful hitter..he would have loved Sanchez that year.

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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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