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    While the season is still extremely young, the early returns on the shortstop position, defensively, are also starting to raise questions.  Yanks have already heard "past a diving Jeter!" several times and seen Nunez flub a routine play.  Jeter is still among the best in baseball at fielding the routine play, but his range seems diminished, even as compared to recent years.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER : I enjoyed Monday too....besides the Yanks winning UCONN won and in regard to what JBAY wrote above.....it really was an ugly game but I'll take it!
    Posted by mikeyinthebronx[/QUOTE]

    My cousin went to UCONN and is a huge fan, no one can call her when the game is on.

    My dad watched all four sports so I love baseball, hockey and football.  I don't find basketball very interesting so I don't follow the Celtics.  Of course if they win I'm glad because they are a Boston team.
     
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    In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER:
    [QUOTE]Facts: Last year was a typical season for a 36 years old SS like Derek Jeter...it wasn`t a fluke. Facts: The Yanks are currently paying Derek Jeter for past performance.
    Posted by smiley-beni-2817[/QUOTE]
    Are the Sox paying Josh Beckett for past performance? Because he sure makes a lot of $$
     
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    Babe, I don't think all yankee fans HATE smiley.  I think most of us accept what he is.  he is funny and a little crazy, but honestly I don't think he takes himself seriously, how could he....so we have some fun with him, nothing more nothing less.
     
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    Just saw on another thread that Yankee fan Majormatthew works within BDC. Maybe he can get Smiley banned.
     
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    Derek Jeter has abandoned some of the changes he made this spring in his plate approach.
    Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long tried to help Jeter reduce his front-foot stride this spring, but the veteran shortstop hasn't felt comfortable at the plate and decided to abandon the new approach Monday. "I just said the heck with it," Jeter said. "I wasn't going to think about it. Before you're trying to think about where your foot is and you're trying not to move it, and it's just too much to think about." He is 2-for-14 with an RBI and three runs scored

    www.rotoworld.com/player/mlb/2076/derek-jeter
     
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    In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER : trust me smiley.....we're not worrying about the red sox---at all
    Posted by mikeyinthebronx[/QUOTE]

    come on mikey....that's just as ridiculous as a sox fan saying we're not worried about the yankees....at all. if that's true, why bother being here?
     
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    In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER:
    [QUOTE]My point is... don`t worry about the Red Sox. The Red Sox can very easy bounce back from the three games losing streak in Texas... that`s not a problem. Sox still got 159 games to go... In fact... I am expecting the Reds Sox to sweep the Yanks this weekend. Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER
    Posted by smiley-beni-2817[/QUOTE]

    trust me smiley.....we're not worrying about the red sox---at all
     
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    This is a fun thread to read.  It's funny to see some of my Yank friends react to it.  You must just be having fun with smiley because you can't really take anything he says seriously LOL.

    Jete is getting older and the Sox stunk last weekend and there is a long season ahead of us.

    I really enjoyed Monday though, the Sox didn't lose!!!

    I'm hoping tonight goes well, starting the week off with a win would be great.

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER : Hey J, somewhat true, i think Butler just lost focus in the 2nd half, they let the moment get away from them...though i'm a little put off by them due to their violations..props to UConn...too bad the ladies couldn't make it a daily double...though i detest Coach Auriemma
    Posted by jete02fan[/QUOTE]

    Uconn has their own cross to bare as far as school violations go jete. when butler got behind in the second half, they looked resigned to the loss, no fight to the finish.  Auriemma bought a friends grandparents beach house in old saybrook ct a few years ago. he agrees with you.
     
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    mikey I live in connecticut but wanted butler. they missed out last year when the lost to my blue devils. thought it may be their year. was a disappointing end to a great year of march madness upsets
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER : Beni, just asking, what is your point of reference?....you can't call it typical if you're not comparing it to anything...
    Posted by jete02fan[/QUOTE]

    hey Jete, at the risk of hijacking the thread....well then again may be a good thingTongue out

    what a terrible basketball game last night. i've seen better high school games. neither team looked like they wanted it.  walker said they're the best team....uh no, you won but are far from the best team.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER : Beni, just asking, what is your point of reference?....you can't call it typical if you're not comparing it to anything...
    Posted by jete02fan[/QUOTE]

    Jete-
    Are you trying to have a logical discussion? You should know better.
     
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    The inevitable decline of Derek Jeter has begun. If Jeter
    raise his batting average over 300 this season, it would be
    a surprise because old players no named Clemens rarely
    rebound.
     
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    In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER : come on mikey....that's just as ridiculous as a sox fan saying we're not worried about the yankees....at all. if that's true, why bother being here?
    Posted by J-BAY[/QUOTE]

    Im just responding to Smiley.....I think the Sox are going to the playoffs, the 3 games against Texas didn't mean much.
     
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    [QUOTE]This is a fun thread to read.  It's funny to see some of my Yank friends react to it.  You must just be having fun with smiley because you can't really take anything he says seriously LOL. Jete is getting older and the Sox stunk last weekend and there is a long season ahead of us. I really enjoyed Monday though, the Sox didn't lose!!! I'm hoping tonight goes well, starting the week off with a win would be great.
    Posted by 67redsox[/QUOTE]

    I enjoyed Monday too....besides the Yanks winning UCONN won and in regard to what JBAY wrote above.....it really was an ugly game but I'll take it!
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER : My man, this is not funny... The Yankees are  old at DH this season, old at third base, old at shortstop,  potentially old at the back of their rotation, old at closer, old when Andruw Jones is the center fielder.
    Posted by smiley-beni-2817[/QUOTE]
    And yet they're 4-1
     
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    [QUOTE]mikey i'm in connecticut but wanted butler. they missed out last year when the lost to my blue devils. thought it may b e their year. was a disappointing end to a great year of march madness upsets
    Posted by J-BAY[/QUOTE]

    It was a great tournament, I'm bummed that its over.  I don't get into the NBA much, I'll watch the playoffs but I'm just not that into it.  From here on out baseball dominates my summer....along with Phish summer tour!
     
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    [QUOTE]This is a fun thread to read.  It's funny to see some of my Yank friends react to it.  You must just be having fun with smiley because you can't really take anything he says seriously LOL. Jete is getting older and the Sox stunk last weekend and there is a long season ahead of us. I really enjoyed Monday though, the Sox didn't lose!!! I'm hoping tonight goes well, starting the week off with a win would be great.
    Posted by 67redsox[/QUOTE]

    My man, this is not funny...

    The Yankees are 
    old at DH this season, old at third base, old at shortstop, 
    potentially old at the back of their rotation, old at closer,
    old when Andruw Jones is the center fielder.
     
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    [QUOTE]Facts: Last year was a typical season for a 36 years old SS like Derek Jeter...it wasn`t a fluke. Facts: The Yanks are currently paying Derek Jeter for past performance.
    Posted by smiley-beni-2817[/QUOTE]Beni, just asking, what is your point of reference?....you can't call it typical if you're not comparing it to anything...
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER : understood, i thought he was just referring to jeter.....but again why bother? still too early to worry about anybody.
    Posted by J-BAY[/QUOTE]

    You're right
     
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    In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER : Im just responding to Smiley.....I think the Sox are going to the playoffs, the 3 games against Texas didn't mean much.
    Posted by mikeyinthebronx[/QUOTE]

    understood, i thought he was just referring to jeter.....but again why bother?Tongue outUndecidedWink

    still too early to worry about anybody.
     
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    [QUOTE]Derek Jeter has abandoned some of the changes he made this spring in his plate approach. Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long tried to help Jeter reduce his front-foot stride this spring, but the veteran shortstop hasn't felt comfortable at the plate and decided to abandon the new approach Monday. "I just said the heck with it," Jeter said. "I wasn't going to think about it. Before you're trying to think about where your foot is and you're trying not to move it, and it's just too much to think about." He is 2-for-14 with an RBI and three runs scored www.rotoworld.com/player/mlb/2076/derek-jeter
    Posted by pelosireturns[/QUOTE]

    This is not a surprise; what is anal about Girardi/Jeter is not admitting that he shouldn't play in 156 Games; fatigue was a big part of the problem last yr.

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER : hey Jete, at the risk of hijacking the thread....well then again may be a good thing what a terrible basketball game last night. i've seen better high school games. neither team looked like they wanted it.  walker said they're the best team....un no, you won but are far from the best team.
    Posted by J-BAY[/QUOTE] Hey J, somewhat true, i think Butler just lost focus in the 2nd half, they let the moment get away from them...though i'm a little put off by them due to their violations..props to UConn...too bad the ladies couldn't make it a daily double...though i detest Coach Auriemma
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Fans Should Start Worrying About Their Ground-balls Specialist JETER : MPV=Multi Purpose Vehicle? can you really not spell MVP? Now that's just a little sad.
    Posted by 42nyc[/QUOTE]

    Due to his huge salary... Derek Jeter is a very strong candidate to win the LVP... (Less Valuable Player Award) this season. 

     

     

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