Offseason Hunches

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    Re: Offseason Hunches

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    You have to admit though, if you are a baseball player about to go into Free Agency and are evidently looking for the largest contract ever, it is pretty stupid to leave the best agent in the world for an unproven agent, in spite of what you think the new guy can do for you in Non Baseball matters.

     

    I'll go with risky tom

    and hold onto my right to call it stupid after the fact ;-)

     

    but that's not where 'no cred slash' was coming from



    You're right Zac...Risky would have been a better word

     
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    Re: Offseason Hunches

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    so your point was if he kept boras

    he would be more of a team guy

    more likely not to risk FA and take a home town discount

     

    congrats for being the 1st guy to suggest

    a player is more greedy because he dump boras

     

     

     



    sorry...the point had nothing to do with bora$ or cano dumping him.  that part was simply pointing out that Cano hired a rap star to be his agent.  some people may not have known this.  whether cano has you, me, or oprah winfrey as his agent doesnt really matter.  he is now seen as wanting the most $$$ possible irregardless of whether that comes from the yankees or the nippon hamfighters.

     

     

     



    while that might be true  for someone other than you  no cred

     

    it has no merit until cano does sign for another team for the most $$

     

    would he be the 1st

     

     

     

     

     
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    Re: Offseason Hunches

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    Pedey is one of the best second baseman in the game, I don't think they move him for Cano. Sox probably are not going to spend a lot of money on outside free agents with long-term contracts.

     




    pretty sure he's joking

     

     



    Despite the lack of hustle, Cano may be the most gifted defensive 2nd baseman in history

     



    Cano is in the argument for sure, certainly in Yankee history, where I'd rank him a close 2nd to Horace Clark...Now there's a name from the dark days....

     
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    Re: Offseason Hunches

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    Pedey is one of the best second baseman in the game, I don't think they move him for Cano. Sox probably are not going to spend a lot of money on outside free agents with long-term contracts.

     




    pretty sure he's joking

     

     



    Despite the lack of hustle, Cano may be the most gifted defensive 2nd baseman in history

     

     



     

    Cano is in the argument for sure, certainly in Yankee history, where I'd rank him a close 2nd to Horace Clark...Now there's a name from the dark days....



    Don't forget Willie Randolph.  Not too shabby.  Cano is the best 2B in Yankee history though.  Best in MLB in recent history... Robbie Alomar or Ryne Sandberg.

    But.... I'm a bit partial to #15, myself!!

     
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    Re: Offseason Hunches

    I apologize for stating someone had partisan issues; I just should have said I disagreed. But for the most part, IMO I'm really not a NYY homer, and I don't even like the way Cano plays, despite his talent.

    I'm not that impressed with Cano's fielding overall.  However, the play moving to his right and throwing across his body, is a thing of beauty.

     

     
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