Injuries continue to slam Yankees

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    Hey guys, first the Yankees blow a 4 run lead to the Sox last night and then are met with the news that Jobba the Hut suffered a potentially career ending injury. add in Jeter and Swisher's nagging injuries, Pineda ongoing struggles and the fact that Cashmans big free agent signing Raul Ibanez appears to be finished, things don't look good for the Yankees right now. They didn't even have enough healthy pitchers to finish the game last night. Still looking like a long year.
     
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    "This one is finished, who else have we got that can swing a bat?"

    "Hey, Andy is out of retirement...maybe Bucky Dent could do the same?"
     
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    First, who cares about the results of a spring trainging game? They are meaningless. 
    Second, If ibanez is a big free agent bust at the cost of one million dollars, what is Crawford? 
    Third. not one of their Major league pitchers pitched last night.

    The Yankees have 7 legit major league starters,  6 of who have been all stars in their careers.  They have a deep bullpen, that will only get better when eventually Hughes ends up there and Ardsma comes of the DL. Yes, losing Joba hurts, but this is why depth is important.  This will give them three Allstar closers +Robertson and Hughes.  Not to mention their AAA rotation is stacked, and may end up being the best rotation in the minors .  They have offense, defense, a solid starting staff and a very good bullpen and depth.

    The Sox have offense, defense, there front three starters are as good as anyone, they could have a very good bullpen if the Bailey and Melancon adjust like they are expected to.  What the Sox dont have is depth. 
     
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    First, who cares about the results of a spring trainging game? They are meaningless.  Second, If ibanez is a big free agent bust at the cost of one million dollars, what is Crawford?  Third. not one of their Major league pitchers pitched last night. The Yankees have 7 legit major league starters,  6 of who have been all stars in their careers.  They have a deep bullpen, that will only get better when eventually Hughes ends up there and Ardsma comes of the DL. Yes, losing Joba hurts, but this is why depth is important.  This will give them three Allstar closers +Robertson and Hughes.  Not to mention their AAA rotation is stacked, and may end up being the best rotation in the minors .  They have offense, defense, a solid starting staff and a very good bullpen and depth. The Sox have offense, defense, there front three starters are as good as anyone, they could have a very good bullpen if the Bailey and Melancon adjust like they are expected to.  What the Sox dont have is depth. 
    Posted by lardin


    Don't try to be sensible here.
     
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    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees:
    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees : Don't try to be sensible here.
    Posted by nhsteven


    Of course not, no one is sensible here.

    Even the people who think they make sense, don't make sense....does that make any sense to you?
     
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    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees:
    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees : Of course not, no one is sensible here. Even the people who think they make sense, don't make sense....does that make any sense to you?
    Posted by ZILLAGOD


    Makes sense
     
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    After four months of ChickenGate here anything that Beni says is a big improvement. Fact is many here enjoyed and condoned that nonsense when they really knew better.
     
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    Hey guys, first the Yankees blow a 4 run lead to the Sox last night and then are met with the news that Jobba the Hut suffered a potentially career ending injury. add in Jeter and Swisher's nagging injuries, Pineda ongoing struggles and the fact that Cashmans big free agent signing Raul Ibanez appears to be finished, things don't look good for the Yankees right now. They didn't even have enough healthy pitchers to finish the game last night. Still looking like a long year.
    Posted by Smileys_Back
    having a bout of short term memory loss??....Wink

    Re: We Shouldn't Worry About the Yankees

    posted at 3/23/2012 7:59 AM EDT
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    Last: 3/23/2012
     although I agree that we shouldn't be worried about the aging Yankees
     
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    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees:
    "This one is finished, who else have we got that can swing a bat?" "Hey, Andy is out of retirement...maybe Bucky Dent could do the same?"
    Posted by ZILLAGOD


    psssst hey zillah! don't quote me but I heard a rumor that Joe was talking to cashman about possibly coming outta retirement and going to act as a player/manager. what say you T-baller? opps, that's Bill-806's line....Wink

     
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    You Got Beni's /> Name... Avatar... etc. But you lack of his Great
    sense of humor. Am I right ?

    By the way... The original Beni's last four digits NUMBERS are missing
    on your fraudulent account...

    Nice cheap imitation though.
     
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    Ok - so we have one Beni (SuperBenJI) calling the other Beni (Smiley's_Back) a fraud.

    Meanwhile on another thread we have lowell talking to Fort Meade. Always an interesting conversation.

    This is going to be a fun season. Kim - you want to know why some of us come here? I have never seen stuff like this on other forums.

    30 minutes and counting to the start of the weekend.
     
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    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees:
    You Got Beni's /> Name... Avatar... etc. But you lack of his Great sense of humor. Am I right ? By the way... The original Beni's last four digits NUMBERS are missing on your fraudulent account... Nice cheap imitation though.
    Posted by SuperBenJI


    Hey imposter, everyone here knows I am the real smiley.  As for great sense of humor, you're appears limited to commenting on what other people are saying.  There is already someone here to do that.  Do everyonre a favor and bann yourself.
     
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    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees:
    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees : Hey imposter, everyone here knows I am the real smiley.  As for great sense of humor, you're appears limited to commenting on what other people are saying.  There is already someone here to do that.  Do everyonre a favor and bann yourself.
    Posted by Smileys_Back


    Counter punch. Where is Kim when we need her?
     
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    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees:
    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees : Hey imposter, everyone here knows I am the real smiley.  As for great sense of humor, you're appears limited to commenting on what other people are saying.  There is already someone here to do that.  Do everyonre a favor and bann yourself.
    Posted by Smileys_Back


    I Don't mind too see this guy using Beni's name, but not his
    picture. He went too far.

    By the way... Smiley's last 4 digits numbers are missing on this
    fraudulent account.
     
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    To both Beni's:

    OK - will the real Beni please stand up.

    What is Beni's favorite number? And finally, Beni spells my name a certain way - can you tell me?
     
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    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees:
    To both Beni's: OK - will the real Beni please stand up. What is Beni's favorite number? And finally, Beni spells my name a certain way - can you tell me?
    Posted by jesseyeric


    Hey Jessy, the real Smiley got you on his ignore button.
    Am I right ?
     
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    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees:
    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees : psssst hey zillah! don't quote me but I heard a rumor that Joe was talking to cashman about possibly coming outta retirement and going to act as a player/manager. what say you T-baller? opps, that's Bill-806's line....
    Posted by Hammah29r2





    The Big O likes it!
     
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    I am no lover of the Yankees but they are getting real old fast. Jeter plays a demanding position at his age as well as ARod starting to break down from the steroids. They are asking a lot of Mariano at his age. Sabathia has an eating disorder that saw him weaken down the stretch. I am wondering if this is the year their ages all catch up with them.
     
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    First, who cares about the results of a spring trainging game? They are meaningless.  Second, If ibanez is a big free agent bust at the cost of one million dollars, what is Crawford?  Third. not one of their Major league pitchers pitched last night. The Yankees have 7 legit major league starters,  6 of who have been all stars in their careers.  They have a deep bullpen, that will only get better when eventually Hughes ends up there and Ardsma comes of the DL. Yes, losing Joba hurts, but this is why depth is important.  This will give them three Allstar closers +Robertson and Hughes.  Not to mention their AAA rotation is stacked, and may end up being the best rotation in the minors .  They have offense, defense, a solid starting staff and a very good bullpen and depth. The Sox have offense, defense, there front three starters are as good as anyone, they could have a very good bullpen if the Bailey and Melancon adjust like they are expected to.  What the Sox dont have is depth. 
    Posted by lardin


    I thought Melancon looked good last night velocity on one pitch was 96 mph.


     
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    I am no lover of the Yankees but they are getting real old fast. Jeter plays a demanding position at his age as well as ARod starting to break down from the steroids. They are asking a lot of Mariano at his age. Sabathia has an eating disorder that saw him weaken down the stretch. I am wondering if this is the year their ages all catch up with them.
    Posted by AL34


    They won 97 games last season with Nunez subbing for Jeter and Arod when they were out I expect better defense and production from him this season.
     
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    I never wish injury on anyone, but I did say earlier that the Yanks were getting old, have had a long run of relatively good health, and might be due for more than their share this year.
     
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    What a dopey post smiley.who cares about a dopey preseason game. Idiot. Sooner or later the time will come but the sox haven't recovered from 09'! Yanks rip the soul from your club. Now you have almost a whole new club. And of course the vets with have this and that nagging. I just want to hear your take on juba.
     
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    Hey guys, first the Yankees blow a 4 run lead to the Sox last night and then are met with the news that Jobba the Hut suffered a potentially career ending injury. add in Jeter and Swisher's nagging injuries, Pineda ongoing struggles and the fact that Cashmans big free agent signing Raul Ibanez appears to be finished, things don't look good for the Yankees right now. They didn't even have enough healthy pitchers to finish the game last night. Still looking like a long year.
    Posted by Smileys_Back

    A long year and another division championship for the Yankees.
     
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    Camelwalk, I read some of your threads and posts on the political forum yesterday. You were outnumbered 10-1 on your right wing hatred and some called the poster boy for being a concern troll. One poster completely undressed you and made you look silly and pathetic. What was your response? Stop it Pike? LOL, I have never posted or read the political forum until yesterday. You must really love annoying people. Look up the definition of a concern troll.
     
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    In Response to Re: Injuries continue to slam Yankees : I thought Melancon looked good last night velocity on one pitch was 96 mph.
    Posted by ThatWasMe



    Yeah he looked good, but can he pitch in big pressure spots?  Pap and Bard could do that.  Can Bailey and Melancon do it?
     
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