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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Yanks Are Paying More than Triple Market Value For their Players- Sox Getting Better Value : I I'm looking forward to tomorrows thread..
    Posted by chain-reaction[/QUOTE]

    Did the Sox just move into first place?
     
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    [QUOTE]posted at 5/3/2011 8:48 PM EDT www.boston.com/community/persona.html?UID=41a7054f2c80f3100a78ec587763e3ba&plckUserId=41a7054f2c80f3100a78ec587763e3ba " /> nhsteven Posts: 4669 First: 9/23/2005 Last: 5/3/2011 And yet, the Yankees are 17-9, in 1st place. One of the reasons is Jeter's defense, which, despite postage stamp range, is reliable, as is everyone else at practically every position. Who would have thought it. steve, you feeling safe with that lead?
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    Of course not.
     
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    At least we know who to put onto ignore here. Your coming to the forum is not a loss.
     
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    [QUOTE]The basic reason is the Yankee propensity to hit home runs with men on base. Jeter's defense is mediocre and not expected especially for someone earning that much money. Jeter's dismal performance would be center stage if the Yanks didn't have the 17-9 record. 
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    Mediocre, and although Andrus should have won it, with 6 errors in 2010 to go along with a GG, and a .990 FPct this yr.
     
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    [QUOTE]At least we know who to put onto ignore here. Your coming to the forum is not a loss.
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    Sounds like you're on an ignore streak. Of course, you saw the comments before you hit ignore, if you selected ignore at all. Perhaps you should take your own advise.
     
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    THE CAPTAIN'S QUEST... 


    ....TO OUTSLUG TONY WOMACK! CAN HE DO IT?


    http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/7376/womacknewavator.jpg

    Right now after 104 ABs The Captain stands at a robust .269 SLG percentage while Womack posted a .280 SLG in 329 ABs in 2005. So the Captain has 225 ABs to top Womack's number. Can he do it? Stay tuned, folks!

     
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    Why do Yankee fans keep rescuing this thread from the bowels of this forum. One would think that they come here to converse with Beni and nobody else. They keep preaching that they wish the forum to be about baseball, reality, honesty, and sincerity and accuse Beni of not doing that but then they go to no other threads but Beni's.
     
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    [QUOTE]Rafael Sorriano, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada anyone ?  The Yanks are currently paying more than triple market value for their players.  Jorge Posada isn`t hitting like a real DH right now... Jorge Posada is hitting like a DA (Designated for assignment). Derek Jeter is currently suffering from ARS (Age-Related Slump). Mark Teixeira is finally establishing himself as a .250 hitter.  A.J.Burnett is probaly a good five innings pitcher. Mariano Rivera  isn`t pitching like the old Mariano... and to make worse, Mariano  has more miles in his gas mileage than an old Ford Pickup truck.  A-Rod the highest paid player in baseball is off to a good start, but his age and hip issue may turns this smoking gun into a water pistol. And the Yanks Nation is already felling very sorry for the  costly acquisiton of Rafael Sorriano. The Yanks are paying million and million of dollars for these atletes, and they are getting small returns for their huge investment.  The Yanks are a good team, but the price is too high... their price is even higher than the Empire State Building  On the hand, The Red Sox are also paying top dollars to their players, but they may get better returns for their money than the Yanks. Carl Crawford and J.D Drew are the only players on Sox roster that are not earning their money right now. But the good news is that Crawford is still very young and J.D Drew is playing his last year in Boston. Also the Red Sox have the best defenseve & SP rotation in baseball. The Red Sox are young and exciting. In term of long term investment, Theo Epstein will get better returns from his investment. The facts are there. Trust me. Thanks for reading... -SB
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    [QUOTE]Rafael Sorriano, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada anyone ?  The Yanks are currently paying more than triple market value for their players.  Jorge Posada isn`t hitting like a real DH right now... Jorge Posada is hitting like a DA (Designated for assignment). Derek Jeter is currently suffering from ARS (Age-Related Slump). Mark Teixeira is finally establishing himself as a .250 hitter.  A.J.Burnett is probaly a good five innings pitcher. Mariano Rivera  isn`t pitching like the old Mariano... and to make worse, Mariano  has more miles in his gas mileage than an old Ford Pickup truck.  A-Rod the highest paid player in baseball is off to a good start, but his age and hip issue may turns this smoking gun into a water pistol. And the Yanks Nation is already felling very sorry for the  costly acquisiton of Rafael Sorriano. The Yanks are paying million and million of dollars for these atletes, and they are getting small returns for their huge investment.  The Yanks are a good team, but the price is too high... their price is even higher than the Empire State Building  On the hand, The Red Sox are also paying top dollars to their players, but they may get better returns for their money than the Yanks. Carl Crawford and J.D Drew are the only players on Sox roster that are not earning their money right now. But the good news is that Crawford is still very young and J.D Drew is playing his last year in Boston. Also the Red Sox have the best defenseve & SP rotation in baseball. The Red Sox are young and exciting. In term of long term investment, Theo Epstein will get better returns from his investment. The facts are there. Trust me. Thanks for reading... -SB
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    [QUOTE]Rafael Sorriano, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada anyone ?  The Yanks are currently paying more than triple market value for their players.  Jorge Posada isn`t hitting like a real DH right now... Jorge Posada is hitting like a DA (Designated for assignment). Derek Jeter is currently suffering from ARS (Age-Related Slump). Mark Teixeira is finally establishing himself as a .250 hitter.  A.J.Burnett is probaly a good five innings pitcher. Mariano Rivera  isn`t pitching like the old Mariano... and to make worse, Mariano  has more miles in his gas mileage than an old Ford Pickup truck.  A-Rod the highest paid player in baseball is off to a good start, but his age and hip issue may turns this smoking gun into a water pistol. And the Yanks Nation is already felling very sorry for the  costly acquisiton of Rafael Sorriano. The Yanks are paying million and million of dollars for these atletes, and they are getting small returns for their huge investment.  The Yanks are a good team, but the price is too high... their price is even higher than the Empire State Building  On the hand, The Red Sox are also paying top dollars to their players, but they may get better returns for their money than the Yanks. Carl Crawford and J.D Drew are the only players on Sox roster that are not earning their money right now. But the good news is that Crawford is still very young and J.D Drew is playing his last year in Boston. Also the Red Sox have the best defenseve & SP rotation in baseball. The Red Sox are young and exciting. In term of long term investment, Theo Epstein will get better returns from his investment. The facts are there. Trust me. Thanks for reading... -SB
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    [QUOTE]Rafael Sorriano, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada anyone ?  The Yanks are currently paying more than triple market value for their players.  Jorge Posada isn`t hitting like a real DH right now... Jorge Posada is hitting like a DA (Designated for assignment). Derek Jeter is currently suffering from ARS (Age-Related Slump). Mark Teixeira is finally establishing himself as a .250 hitter.  A.J.Burnett is probaly a good five innings pitcher. Mariano Rivera  isn`t pitching like the old Mariano... and to make worse, Mariano  has more miles in his gas mileage than an old Ford Pickup truck.  A-Rod the highest paid player in baseball is off to a good start, but his age and hip issue may turns this smoking gun into a water pistol. And the Yanks Nation is already felling very sorry for the  costly acquisiton of Rafael Sorriano. The Yanks are paying million and million of dollars for these atletes, and they are getting small returns for their huge investment.  The Yanks are a good team, but the price is too high... their price is even higher than the Empire State Building  On the hand, The Red Sox are also paying top dollars to their players, but they may get better returns for their money than the Yanks. Carl Crawford and J.D Drew are the only players on Sox roster that are not earning their money right now. But the good news is that Crawford is still very young and J.D Drew is playing his last year in Boston. Also the Red Sox have the best defenseve & SP rotation in baseball. The Red Sox are young and exciting. In term of long term investment, Theo Epstein will get better returns from his investment. The facts are there. Trust me. Thanks for reading... -SB
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    [QUOTE]Rafael Sorriano, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada anyone ?  The Yanks are currently paying more than triple market value for their players.  Jorge Posada isn`t hitting like a real DH right now... Jorge Posada is hitting like a DA (Designated for assignment). Derek Jeter is currently suffering from ARS (Age-Related Slump). Mark Teixeira is finally establishing himself as a .250 hitter.  A.J.Burnett is probaly a good five innings pitcher. Mariano Rivera  isn`t pitching like the old Mariano... and to make worse, Mariano  has more miles in his gas mileage than an old Ford Pickup truck.  A-Rod the highest paid player in baseball is off to a good start, but his age and hip issue may turns this smoking gun into a water pistol. And the Yanks Nation is already felling very sorry for the  costly acquisiton of Rafael Sorriano. The Yanks are paying million and million of dollars for these atletes, and they are getting small returns for their huge investment.  The Yanks are a good team, but the price is too high... their price is even higher than the Empire State Building  On the hand, The Red Sox are also paying top dollars to their players, but they may get better returns for their money than the Yanks. Carl Crawford and J.D Drew are the only players on Sox roster that are not earning their money right now. But the good news is that Crawford is still very young and J.D Drew is playing his last year in Boston. Also the Red Sox have the best defenseve & SP rotation in baseball. The Red Sox are young and exciting. In term of long term investment, Theo Epstein will get better returns from his investment. The facts are there. Trust me. Thanks for reading... -SB
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    [QUOTE]Rafael Sorriano, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada anyone ?  The Yanks are currently paying more than triple market value for their players.  Jorge Posada isn`t hitting like a real DH right now... Jorge Posada is hitting like a DA (Designated for assignment). Derek Jeter is currently suffering from ARS (Age-Related Slump). Mark Teixeira is finally establishing himself as a .250 hitter.  A.J.Burnett is probaly a good five innings pitcher. Mariano Rivera  isn`t pitching like the old Mariano... and to make worse, Mariano  has more miles in his gas mileage than an old Ford Pickup truck.  A-Rod the highest paid player in baseball is off to a good start, but his age and hip issue may turns this smoking gun into a water pistol. And the Yanks Nation is already felling very sorry for the  costly acquisiton of Rafael Sorriano. The Yanks are paying million and million of dollars for these atletes, and they are getting small returns for their huge investment.  The Yanks are a good team, but the price is too high... their price is even higher than the Empire State Building  On the hand, The Red Sox are also paying top dollars to their players, but they may get better returns for their money than the Yanks. Carl Crawford and J.D Drew are the only players on Sox roster that are not earning their money right now. But the good news is that Crawford is still very young and J.D Drew is playing his last year in Boston. Also the Red Sox have the best defenseve & SP rotation in baseball. The Red Sox are young and exciting. In term of long term investment, Theo Epstein will get better returns from his investment. The facts are there. Trust me. Thanks for reading... -SB
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    [QUOTE]Rafael Sorriano, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada anyone ?  The Yanks are currently paying more than triple market value for their players.  Jorge Posada isn`t hitting like a real DH right now... Jorge Posada is hitting like a DA (Designated for assignment). Derek Jeter is currently suffering from ARS (Age-Related Slump). Mark Teixeira is finally establishing himself as a .250 hitter.  A.J.Burnett is probaly a good five innings pitcher. Mariano Rivera  isn`t pitching like the old Mariano... and to make worse, Mariano  has more miles in his gas mileage than an old Ford Pickup truck.  A-Rod the highest paid player in baseball is off to a good start, but his age and hip issue may turns this smoking gun into a water pistol. And the Yanks Nation is already felling very sorry for the  costly acquisiton of Rafael Sorriano. The Yanks are paying million and million of dollars for these atletes, and they are getting small returns for their huge investment.  The Yanks are a good team, but the price is too high... their price is even higher than the Empire State Building  On the hand, The Red Sox are also paying top dollars to their players, but they may get better returns for their money than the Yanks. Carl Crawford and J.D Drew are the only players on Sox roster that are not earning their money right now. But the good news is that Crawford is still very young and J.D Drew is playing his last year in Boston. Also the Red Sox have the best defenseve & SP rotation in baseball. The Red Sox are young and exciting. In term of long term investment, Theo Epstein will get better returns from his investment. The facts are there. Trust me. Thanks for reading... -SB
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    [QUOTE]Rafael Sorriano, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada anyone ?  The Yanks are currently paying more than triple market value for their players.  Jorge Posada isn`t hitting like a real DH right now... Jorge Posada is hitting like a DA (Designated for assignment). Derek Jeter is currently suffering from ARS (Age-Related Slump). Mark Teixeira is finally establishing himself as a .250 hitter.  A.J.Burnett is probaly a good five innings pitcher. Mariano Rivera  isn`t pitching like the old Mariano... and to make worse, Mariano  has more miles in his gas mileage than an old Ford Pickup truck.  A-Rod the highest paid player in baseball is off to a good start, but his age and hip issue may turns this smoking gun into a water pistol. And the Yanks Nation is already felling very sorry for the  costly acquisiton of Rafael Sorriano. The Yanks are paying million and million of dollars for these atletes, and they are getting small returns for their huge investment.  The Yanks are a good team, but the price is too high... their price is even higher than the Empire State Building  On the hand, The Red Sox are also paying top dollars to their players, but they may get better returns for their money than the Yanks. Carl Crawford and J.D Drew are the only players on Sox roster that are not earning their money right now. But the good news is that Crawford is still very young and J.D Drew is playing his last year in Boston. Also the Red Sox have the best defenseve & SP rotation in baseball. The Red Sox are young and exciting. In term of long term investment, Theo Epstein will get better returns from his investment. The facts are there. Trust me. Thanks for reading... -SB
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    [QUOTE]Rafael Sorriano, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada anyone ?  The Yanks are currently paying more than triple market value for their players.  Jorge Posada isn`t hitting like a real DH right now... Jorge Posada is hitting like a DA (Designated for assignment). Derek Jeter is currently suffering from ARS (Age-Related Slump). Mark Teixeira is finally establishing himself as a .250 hitter.  A.J.Burnett is probaly a good five innings pitcher. Mariano Rivera  isn`t pitching like the old Mariano... and to make worse, Mariano  has more miles in his gas mileage than an old Ford Pickup truck.  A-Rod the highest paid player in baseball is off to a good start, but his age and hip issue may turns this smoking gun into a water pistol. And the Yanks Nation is already felling very sorry for the  costly acquisiton of Rafael Sorriano. The Yanks are paying million and million of dollars for these atletes, and they are getting small returns for their huge investment.  The Yanks are a good team, but the price is too high... their price is even higher than the Empire State Building  On the hand, The Red Sox are also paying top dollars to their players, but they may get better returns for their money than the Yanks. Carl Crawford and J.D Drew are the only players on Sox roster that are not earning their money right now. But the good news is that Crawford is still very young and J.D Drew is playing his last year in Boston. Also the Red Sox have the best defenseve & SP rotation in baseball. The Red Sox are young and exciting. In term of long term investment, Theo Epstein will get better returns from his investment. The facts are there. Trust me. Thanks for reading... -SB
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    [QUOTE]Rafael Sorriano, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada anyone ?  The Yanks are currently paying more than triple market value for their players.  Jorge Posada isn`t hitting like a real DH right now... Jorge Posada is hitting like a DA (Designated for assignment). Derek Jeter is currently suffering from ARS (Age-Related Slump). Mark Teixeira is finally establishing himself as a .250 hitter.  A.J.Burnett is probaly a good five innings pitcher. Mariano Rivera  isn`t pitching like the old Mariano... and to make worse, Mariano  has more miles in his gas mileage than an old Ford Pickup truck.  A-Rod the highest paid player in baseball is off to a good start, but his age and hip issue may turns this smoking gun into a water pistol. And the Yanks Nation is already felling very sorry for the  costly acquisiton of Rafael Sorriano. The Yanks are paying million and million of dollars for these atletes, and they are getting small returns for their huge investment.  The Yanks are a good team, but the price is too high... their price is even higher than the Empire State Building  On the hand, The Red Sox are also paying top dollars to their players, but they may get better returns for their money than the Yanks. Carl Crawford and J.D Drew are the only players on Sox roster that are not earning their money right now. But the good news is that Crawford is still very young and J.D Drew is playing his last year in Boston. Also the Red Sox have the best defenseve & SP rotation in baseball. The Red Sox are young and exciting. In term of long term investment, Theo Epstein will get better returns from his investment. The facts are there. Trust me. Thanks for reading... -SB
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    [QUOTE]Rafael Sorriano, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada anyone ?  The Yanks are currently paying more than triple market value for their players.  Jorge Posada isn`t hitting like a real DH right now... Jorge Posada is hitting like a DA (Designated for assignment). Derek Jeter is currently suffering from ARS (Age-Related Slump). Mark Teixeira is finally establishing himself as a .250 hitter.  A.J.Burnett is probaly a good five innings pitcher. Mariano Rivera  isn`t pitching like the old Mariano... and to make worse, Mariano  has more miles in his gas mileage than an old Ford Pickup truck.  A-Rod the highest paid player in baseball is off to a good start, but his age and hip issue may turns this smoking gun into a water pistol. And the Yanks Nation is already felling very sorry for the  costly acquisiton of Rafael Sorriano. The Yanks are paying million and million of dollars for these atletes, and they are getting small returns for their huge investment.  The Yanks are a good team, but the price is too high... their price is even higher than the Empire State Building  On the hand, The Red Sox are also paying top dollars to their players, but they may get better returns for their money than the Yanks. Carl Crawford and J.D Drew are the only players on Sox roster that are not earning their money right now. But the good news is that Crawford is still very young and J.D Drew is playing his last year in Boston. Also the Red Sox have the best defenseve & SP rotation in baseball. The Red Sox are young and exciting. In term of long term investment, Theo Epstein will get better returns from his investment. The facts are there. Trust me. Thanks for reading... -SB
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