The Yankee Opening Day Lineup

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    At least Granderson got hurt during Spring Training (which is for another five to six weeks) and not during September when the playoff races heat up.  

    I remember when the Yankees would have a nasty line-up 1 through 9.  But this year, it will be interesting to see how they do.  

     

     

     
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    "I'll give U this the kid looked most interesting the other day"

     

     

    I assume you mean Montgomery who has impressed at every farm level and has had better numbers in the Yankee system than Robertson did..

    I posted Tom Kahnle who hit 98 on the gun yesterday because he is a local kid from Shaker High School.

    We all know hitting 98 in Feb means something but if you can't get it over the plate and have no quality complimentary set-up pitches it means nothing. I'm assuming Kahnle will be a pen candidate.

    Look at Farnsie and Craig Hansen.

    But I'm pulling for Kahnle played locally against my nephews went to a small college and now is in the Yankee system.

     
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    "I'll give U this the kid looked most interesting the other day"

     

     

    I assume you mean Montgomery who has impressed at every farm level and has had better numbers in the Yankee system than Robertson did..

    I posted Tom Kahnle who hit 98 on the gun yesterday because he is a local kid from Shaker High School.

    We all know hitting 98 in Feb means something but if you can't get it over the plate and have no quality complimentary set-up pitches it means nothing. I'm assuming Kahnle will be a pen candidate.

    Look at Farnsie and Craig Hansen.

    But I'm pulling for Kahnle played locally against my nephews went to a small college and now is in the Yankee system.



    I assume you mean Montgomery

    Y

    I gave U a link about Branden Pinder

     

     
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    I just find it comical that the Yankee farm is given absolutely no credit here.

    As it doesn't exist.

    There could be some impacting rookies this season.

    They do have a few decent prospects.

     




    i just assumed there was no top flight prospects ready (or slated to be ready) this season... i live in NY and i haven't heard anyone talking about one. Not in the papers or analysts (then again, i'm not actively LOOKING for it too). Just figured if they had someone they would have talked about them since they are looking everywhere for spare IF'ers and now OF'ers

     

     




     

    Some of the Yankees top prospects are outfielders but the three best could be a year away.

    Mason Williams, Tyler Austin and Slade Heathcott.

     

     




     

    Like all Yankee prospects, the current crop is a year or two away ... from falling off the prospect list and fading into obscurity.  

    There are 4 Yankees on the BA top 100 list, and only Tyler Austin has played as high as AA, and that was all of two games.

     

     

     




     

    Yankees have a number of young pitchers who will be promoted this season.

    Here are two who pitched today:

    http://riveraveblues.com/2013/02/hot-gifs-rondons-slider-kahnles-fastball-82943/

     



           "yankees have a number of young pitchers............"

     

               same old same old nonsense zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

               Will you EVER learn???????????

     




     

    I knew the stalker would take the bait.

    I remember when he was knocking Austin Jackson as a lousy prospect when he was in the Yankee system, then after he was traded to the Tigers taking the other side of the argument going on how the Yankees got the wrong end of the stick with the Granderson trade that Jackson was going to be a star.

    Not much has changed.



             "bait"

                Give it a rest Pops. Nice try.

                That wasn't bait. It's your mind set.

                You've hugged yankee prospects forever.

     
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    At least Granderson got hurt during Spring Training (which is for another five to six weeks) and not during September when the playoff races heat up.  

    I remember when the Yankees would have a nasty line-up 1 through 9.  But this year, it will be interesting to see how they do.  

     

     






    no doubt ice
      a big time power shortage in nyy this yr

    I guess we will finally  find out just how short that wall is ;-)

     

     
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    "I'll give U this the kid looked most interesting the other day"

     

     

    I assume you mean Montgomery who has impressed at every farm level and has had better numbers in the Yankee system than Robertson did..

    I posted Tom Kahnle who hit 98 on the gun yesterday because he is a local kid from Shaker High School.

    We all know hitting 98 in Feb means something but if you can't get it over the plate and have no quality complimentary set-up pitches it means nothing. I'm assuming Kahnle will be a pen candidate.

    Look at Farnsie and Craig Hansen.

    But I'm pulling for Kahnle played locally against my nephews went to a small college and now is in the Yankee system.

     



    I assume you mean Montgomery

     

    Y

    I gave U a link about Branden Pinder

     




    Pinder will start the season at high A.

     
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          "yankees have a number of young pitchers............"

     

               same old same old nonsense zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

               Will you EVER learn???????????

     

     

    exactly  HH

    GM

    let me share part of an email I sent yesterday B4 this thread was started


    ''way 2 much kiddy love on BDC lately
     
    nobody more guilty of that than TWM over the yrs
     
    kinda of surprised 2C it's even coming from some of the posters that I thought would know better
     
    of course I can't say anything without looking like I'm just trying to rain on their parade ''




    slomag makes a key point

     he just weakened it by singling out ny



    Like all Yankee prospects, the current crop is a year or two away ... from falling off the prospect list and fading into obscurity. 


    my point is

      '' Yankees count six players among Baseball America’s 2011 Top 100 Prospects list''

    that included the 3 famous killer B's

    and now there is none



             GM Zac,

                   Could'nt help but notice your newbie status. What happened?

                   I've put the killer bees decline onto TWM on more than one occassion. Classic.

                   No doubt in my mind the yankees got the better of the Montero trade.

                   Now I hear about another catcher in the ny system TWM loves that also has defensive shortcomings.

                 

     

     
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    At least Granderson got hurt during Spring Training (which is for another five to six weeks) and not during September when the playoff races heat up.  

    I remember when the Yankees would have a nasty line-up 1 through 9.  But this year, it will be interesting to see how they do.  


    no doubt ice
      a big time power shortage in nyy this yr

    I guess we will finally  find out just how short that wall is ;-)

     



    Good morning pinstripezac35   :)

    My friend Emil, used to work as the Manager of Corporate Sales and Sponsorship of the NY Yankees.

    He told me (back in 2008) that if a company or individual wanted to meet up with Derek Jeter or A-Rod, it would cost $250,000 an hour.  Isn't that more than the Rays' payroll?  LOL

     

     

     

     
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          "yankees have a number of young pitchers............"

     

               same old same old nonsense zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

               Will you EVER learn???????????

     

     

    exactly  HH

    GM

    let me share part of an email I sent yesterday B4 this thread was started


    ''way 2 much kiddy love on BDC lately
     
    nobody more guilty of that than TWM over the yrs
     
    kinda of surprised 2C it's even coming from some of the posters that I thought would know better
     
    of course I can't say anything without looking like I'm just trying to rain on their parade ''




    slomag makes a key point

     he just weakened it by singling out ny



    Like all Yankee prospects, the current crop is a year or two away ... from falling off the prospect list and fading into obscurity. 


    my point is

      '' Yankees count six players among Baseball America’s 2011 Top 100 Prospects list''

    that included the 3 famous killer B's

    and now there is none

     



             GM Zac,

     

                   Could'nt help but notice your newbie status. What happened?

                   I've put the killer bees decline onto TWM on more than one occassion. Classic.

                   No doubt in my mind the yankees got the better of the Montero trade.

                   Now I hear about another catcher in the ny system TWM loves that also has defensive shortcomings.

                 

     

     




    Yeah I suppose a pitcher coming off of shoulder surgery is a better prospect than a right handed bat with power to all fields for this Yankee line-up.

    The Yankees have a few catching prospects the top one is Gary Sanchez, I don't think I've ever commented on him but that shouldn't stop you from spinning new yarns.

    JR Murphy parked one over the CF wall yesterday against the O's he is a catcher but will probably moved to another position because they like his bat and the organization prefers Sanchez who is only 21 and will probably start this season at AA.

     
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    At least Granderson got hurt during Spring Training (which is for another five to six weeks) and not during September when the playoff races heat up.  

    I remember when the Yankees would have a nasty line-up 1 through 9.  But this year, it will be interesting to see how they do.  


    no doubt ice
      a big time power shortage in nyy this yr

    I guess we will finally  find out just how short that wall is ;-)

     

     



    Good morning pinstripezac35   :)

     

    My friend Emil, used to work as the Manager of Corporate Sales and Sponsorship of the NY Yankees.

    He told me (back in 2008) that if a company or individual wanted to meet up with Derek Jeter or A-Rod, it would cost $250,000 an hour.  Isn't that more than the Rays' payroll?  LOL

     

     

     



            How times have changed ice.

            Now for $250,000.- the yankees will give you sole ownership of Arod.

     
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          "yankees have a number of young pitchers............"

     

               same old same old nonsense zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

               Will you EVER learn???????????

     

     

    exactly  HH

    GM

    let me share part of an email I sent yesterday B4 this thread was started


    ''way 2 much kiddy love on BDC lately
     
    nobody more guilty of that than TWM over the yrs
     
    kinda of surprised 2C it's even coming from some of the posters that I thought would know better
     
    of course I can't say anything without looking like I'm just trying to rain on their parade ''




    slomag makes a key point

     he just weakened it by singling out ny



    Like all Yankee prospects, the current crop is a year or two away ... from falling off the prospect list and fading into obscurity. 


    my point is

      '' Yankees count six players among Baseball America’s 2011 Top 100 Prospects list''

    that included the 3 famous killer B's

    and now there is none

     



             GM Zac,

     

                   Could'nt help but notice your newbie status. What happened?

                   I've put the killer bees decline onto TWM on more than one occassion. Classic.

                   No doubt in my mind the yankees got the better of the Montero trade.

                   Now I hear about another catcher in the ny system TWM loves that also has defensive shortcomings.

                 

     

     




    Yeah I suppose a pitcher coming off of shoulder surgery is a better prospect than a right handed bat with power to all fields for this Yankee line-up.

    The Yankees have a few catching prospects the top one is Gary Sanchez, I don't think I've ever commented on him but that shouldn't stop you from spinning new yarns.

    JR Murphy parked one over the CF wall yesterday against the O's he is a catcher but will probably moved to another position because they like his bat and the organization prefers Sanchez who is only 21 and will probably start this season at AA.



           "Gary Sanchez, I don't think I ever commented on him"

                   Yes you have.

                   Go back and you will find it.

     
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    At least Granderson got hurt during Spring Training (which is for another five to six weeks) and not during September when the playoff races heat up.  

    I remember when the Yankees would have a nasty line-up 1 through 9.  But this year, it will be interesting to see how they do.  


    no doubt ice
      a big time power shortage in nyy this yr

    I guess we will finally  find out just how short that wall is ;-)

     

     



    Good morning pinstripezac35   :)

     

    My friend Emil, used to work as the Manager of Corporate Sales and Sponsorship of the NY Yankees.

    He told me (back in 2008) that if a company or individual wanted to meet up with Derek Jeter or A-Rod, it would cost $250,000 an hour.  Isn't that more than the Rays' payroll?  LOL

     

     

     

     



            How times have changed ice.

     

            Now for $250,000.- the yankees will give you sole ownership of Arod.


     

    @jasoncollette: Has Johnny Damon said he doesn’t mind playing 3B in Boston yet?

     
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          "yankees have a number of young pitchers............"

     

               same old same old nonsense zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

               Will you EVER learn???????????

     

     

    exactly  HH

    GM

    let me share part of an email I sent yesterday B4 this thread was started


    ''way 2 much kiddy love on BDC lately
     
    nobody more guilty of that than TWM over the yrs
     
    kinda of surprised 2C it's even coming from some of the posters that I thought would know better
     
    of course I can't say anything without looking like I'm just trying to rain on their parade ''




    slomag makes a key point

     he just weakened it by singling out ny



    Like all Yankee prospects, the current crop is a year or two away ... from falling off the prospect list and fading into obscurity. 


    my point is

      '' Yankees count six players among Baseball America’s 2011 Top 100 Prospects list''

    that included the 3 famous killer B's

    and now there is none

     



             GM Zac,

     

                   Could'nt help but notice your newbie status. What happened?

                   I've put the killer bees decline onto TWM on more than one occassion. Classic.

                   No doubt in my mind the yankees got the better of the Montero trade.

                   Now I hear about another catcher in the ny system TWM loves that also has defensive shortcomings.

                 

     

     




    Yeah I suppose a pitcher coming off of shoulder surgery is a better prospect than a right handed bat with power to all fields for this Yankee line-up.

    The Yankees have a few catching prospects the top one is Gary Sanchez, I don't think I've ever commented on him but that shouldn't stop you from spinning new yarns.

    JR Murphy parked one over the CF wall yesterday against the O's he is a catcher but will probably moved to another position because they like his bat and the organization prefers Sanchez who is only 21 and will probably start this season at AA.

     



           "Gary Sanchez, I don't think I ever commented on him"

     

                   Yes you have.

                   Go back and you will find it.




    Why would I bother when it is you accusing me?

    What a moron.

    Sanchez is the top catching prospect in the Yankee system and why they parted with Montero.

    That is about all I've ever written about him, he's young, last season only 20 years old and at A ball.

     
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    At least Granderson got hurt during Spring Training (which is for another five to six weeks) and not during September when the playoff races heat up.  

    I remember when the Yankees would have a nasty line-up 1 through 9.  But this year, it will be interesting to see how they do.  


    no doubt ice
      a big time power shortage in nyy this yr

    I guess we will finally  find out just how short that wall is ;-)

     

     



    Good morning pinstripezac35   :)

     

    My friend Emil, used to work as the Manager of Corporate Sales and Sponsorship of the NY Yankees.

    He told me (back in 2008) that if a company or individual wanted to meet up with Derek Jeter or A-Rod, it would cost $250,000 an hour.  Isn't that more than the Rays' payroll?  LOL

     

     

     

     



            How times have changed ice.

     

            Now for $250,000.- the yankees will give you sole ownership of Arod.

     


     

     

    @jasoncollette: Has Johnny Damon said he doesn’t mind playing 3B in Boston yet?

    On that dumb post it's clearly time to go to brunch.


     
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    At least Granderson got hurt during Spring Training (which is for another five to six weeks) and not during September when the playoff races heat up.  

    I remember when the Yankees would have a nasty line-up 1 through 9.  But this year, it will be interesting to see how they do.  


    no doubt ice
      a big time power shortage in nyy this yr

    I guess we will finally  find out just how short that wall is ;-)

     

     



    Good morning pinstripezac35   :)

     

    My friend Emil, used to work as the Manager of Corporate Sales and Sponsorship of the NY Yankees.

    He told me (back in 2008) that if a company or individual wanted to meet up with Derek Jeter or A-Rod, it would cost $250,000 an hour.  Isn't that more than the Rays' payroll?  LOL

     

     

     

     



            How times have changed ice.

     

            Now for $250,000.- the yankees will give you sole ownership of Arod.

     


     

     

    @jasoncollette: Has Johnny Damon said he doesn’t mind playing 3B in Boston yet?

     

    On that dumb post it's clearly time to go to brunch.


     




    Just the messenger.

    Don't know why all of your dumb posts didn't make you hungry.

    If it was the case you'd be starving.

     
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    Good morning pinstripezac35   :)

     

    My friend Emil, used to work as the Manager of Corporate Sales and Sponsorship of the NY Yankees.

    He told me (back in 2008) that if a company or individual wanted to meet up with Derek Jeter or A-Rod, it would cost $250,000 an hour.  Isn't that more than the Rays' payroll?  LOL

     

     

    [/QUOTE]

    yeah but it's a lot cheaper than seeing obama  ;-)

     
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    Good morning pinstripezac35   :)

     

    My friend Emil, used to work as the Manager of Corporate Sales and Sponsorship of the NY Yankees.

    He told me (back in 2008) that if a company or individual wanted to meet up with Derek Jeter or A-Rod, it would cost $250,000 an hour.  Isn't that more than the Rays' payroll?  LOL

     

     



    yeah but it's a lot cheaper than seeing obama  ;-)

    [/QUOTE]


     

    Brett Marshall pitching the road game this afternoon televised on MLB.net. He could be the first call up for the rotation after Phelps.

     
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    Guys, you have to ask yourself, can the Yankees even put 9 people on the field on opening day.  With Granderson out, they appear to have only 2 outfielders.  A-Fraud is out, Jeter is hobbling around and they have no catcher.  As has also been widely reported, they have no prospect in the farm to help them.  I said last week that the Yankees would be bringing up the rear in the AL East dogfight, and it looks like Smiley is going to be right on the money again.

     



    "Right on the money again?"  AGAIN??? You mean, like last year ?? And the year before? And the year before that?

     



    Pretty much

     
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          "yankees have a number of young pitchers............"

     

               same old same old nonsense zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

               Will you EVER learn???????????

     

     

    exactly  HH

    GM

    let me share part of an email I sent yesterday B4 this thread was started


    ''way 2 much kiddy love on BDC lately
     
    nobody more guilty of that than TWM over the yrs
     
    kinda of surprised 2C it's even coming from some of the posters that I thought would know better
     
    of course I can't say anything without looking like I'm just trying to rain on their parade ''




    slomag makes a key point

     he just weakened it by singling out ny



    Like all Yankee prospects, the current crop is a year or two away ... from falling off the prospect list and fading into obscurity. 


    my point is

      '' Yankees count six players among Baseball America’s 2011 Top 100 Prospects list''

    that included the 3 famous killer B's

    and now there is none

     



             GM Zac,

     

                   Could'nt help but notice your newbie status. What happened?

                   I've put the killer bees decline onto TWM on more than one occassion. Classic.

                   No doubt in my mind the yankees got the better of the Montero trade.

                   Now I hear about another catcher in the ny system TWM loves that also has defensive shortcomings.

                 

     

     




    Yeah I suppose a pitcher coming off of shoulder surgery is a better prospect than a right handed bat with power to all fields for this Yankee line-up.

    The Yankees have a few catching prospects the top one is Gary Sanchez, I don't think I've ever commented on him but that shouldn't stop you from spinning new yarns.

    JR Murphy parked one over the CF wall yesterday against the O's he is a catcher but will probably moved to another position because they like his bat and the organization prefers Sanchez who is only 21 and will probably start this season at AA.

     



           "Gary Sanchez, I don't think I ever commented on him"

     

                   Yes you have.

                   Go back and you will find it.

     




     

    Why would I bother when it is you accusing me?

    What a moron.

    Sanchez is the top catching prospect in the Yankee system and why they parted with Montero.

    That is about all I've ever written about him, he's young, last season only 20 years old and at A ball.



    Gary Sanchez had been 19 years old for one month when Montero was traded.  If you think the Yankees thought they had an MLB-ready catcher with elite offensive potential, and they decided to ditch him in favor of a barely 19-year-old with A ball experience, that should not encourage you with regards to the future of the franchise.

    I remember pointing out how Montero's numbers had never lived up to his hype, and your comment over and over again was that his performance was irrelevant because the scouts would not love him so much if was not going to be terrific.  And now, a year later you're excited about guys scouts have never even heard of because you saw them on youtube or they played with your nephews.

    Mark Montgomery is about as highly regarded as Pat Light.  I'd be happy for Pat Light if he ever makes a difference on our team, but I'm not nearly desperate enough to link to him on a thread about our 2013 lineup.

     
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          "yankees have a number of young pitchers............"

     

               same old same old nonsense zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

               Will you EVER learn???????????

     

     

    exactly  HH

    GM

    let me share part of an email I sent yesterday B4 this thread was started


    ''way 2 much kiddy love on BDC lately
     
    nobody more guilty of that than TWM over the yrs
     
    kinda of surprised 2C it's even coming from some of the posters that I thought would know better
     
    of course I can't say anything without looking like I'm just trying to rain on their parade ''




    slomag makes a key point

     he just weakened it by singling out ny



    Like all Yankee prospects, the current crop is a year or two away ... from falling off the prospect list and fading into obscurity. 


    my point is

      '' Yankees count six players among Baseball America’s 2011 Top 100 Prospects list''

    that included the 3 famous killer B's

    and now there is none

     



             GM Zac,

     

                   Could'nt help but notice your newbie status. What happened?

                   I've put the killer bees decline onto TWM on more than one occassion. Classic.

                   No doubt in my mind the yankees got the better of the Montero trade.

                   Now I hear about another catcher in the ny system TWM loves that also has defensive shortcomings.

                 

     

     




    Yeah I suppose a pitcher coming off of shoulder surgery is a better prospect than a right handed bat with power to all fields for this Yankee line-up.

    The Yankees have a few catching prospects the top one is Gary Sanchez, I don't think I've ever commented on him but that shouldn't stop you from spinning new yarns.

    JR Murphy parked one over the CF wall yesterday against the O's he is a catcher but will probably moved to another position because they like his bat and the organization prefers Sanchez who is only 21 and will probably start this season at AA.

     



           "Gary Sanchez, I don't think I ever commented on him"

     

                   Yes you have.

                   Go back and you will find it.

     




     

    Why would I bother when it is you accusing me?

    What a moron.

    Sanchez is the top catching prospect in the Yankee system and why they parted with Montero.

    That is about all I've ever written about him, he's young, last season only 20 years old and at A ball.



                 "why would I bother"

                     Can't blame you for not wanting to make a fool of yourself.

                     But you do anyways.

                     Just another example of you back tracking on past posts.

                    You did it with Aceves and now Sanchez. There have been many others.

                    Let me give you a hint.

                   When Hal was too cheap to resign Martin you wrote it off because you said the yanks had a blue chip catcher by the name of Sanchez that was their future. In the meantime they had fill in's available to bridge the gap.

                    Just one of your comments concerning Sanchez.

                    You know. The guy you now say you never mentioned here.

     
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    Re: The Yankee Opening Day Lineup

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    In response to ThatWasMe's comment:

     

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          "yankees have a number of young pitchers............"

     

               same old same old nonsense zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

               Will you EVER learn???????????

     

     

    exactly  HH

    GM

    let me share part of an email I sent yesterday B4 this thread was started


    ''way 2 much kiddy love on BDC lately
     
    nobody more guilty of that than TWM over the yrs
     
    kinda of surprised 2C it's even coming from some of the posters that I thought would know better
     
    of course I can't say anything without looking like I'm just trying to rain on their parade ''




    slomag makes a key point

     he just weakened it by singling out ny



    Like all Yankee prospects, the current crop is a year or two away ... from falling off the prospect list and fading into obscurity. 


    my point is

      '' Yankees count six players among Baseball America’s 2011 Top 100 Prospects list''

    that included the 3 famous killer B's

    and now there is none

     



             GM Zac,

     

                   Could'nt help but notice your newbie status. What happened?

                   I've put the killer bees decline onto TWM on more than one occassion. Classic.

                   No doubt in my mind the yankees got the better of the Montero trade.

                   Now I hear about another catcher in the ny system TWM loves that also has defensive shortcomings.

                 

     

     




    Yeah I suppose a pitcher coming off of shoulder surgery is a better prospect than a right handed bat with power to all fields for this Yankee line-up.

    The Yankees have a few catching prospects the top one is Gary Sanchez, I don't think I've ever commented on him but that shouldn't stop you from spinning new yarns.

    JR Murphy parked one over the CF wall yesterday against the O's he is a catcher but will probably moved to another position because they like his bat and the organization prefers Sanchez who is only 21 and will probably start this season at AA.

     



           "Gary Sanchez, I don't think I ever commented on him"

     

                   Yes you have.

                   Go back and you will find it.

     




     

    Why would I bother when it is you accusing me?

    What a moron.

    Sanchez is the top catching prospect in the Yankee system and why they parted with Montero.

    That is about all I've ever written about him, he's young, last season only 20 years old and at A ball.

     



    Gary Sanchez had been 19 years old for one month when Montero was traded.  If you think the Yankees thought they had an MLB-ready catcher with elite offensive potential, and they decided to ditch him in favor of a barely 19-year-old with A ball experience, that should not encourage you with regards to the future of the franchise.

     

    I remember pointing out how Montero's numbers had never lived up to his hype, and your comment over and over again was that his performance was irrelevant because the scouts would not love him so much if was not going to be terrific.  And now, a year later you're excited about guys scouts have never even heard of because you saw them on youtube or they played with your nephews.

    Mark Montgomery is about as highly regarded as Pat Light.  I'd be happy for Pat Light if he ever makes a difference on our team, but I'm not nearly desperate enough to link to him on a thread about our 2013 lineup.



             "Montero's numbers had never lived up to (TWM's) hype."

                   And never will.

                   That he he still can't catch the ball.

     
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          "yankees have a number of young pitchers............"

     

               same old same old nonsense zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

               Will you EVER learn???????????

     

     

    exactly  HH

    GM

    let me share part of an email I sent yesterday B4 this thread was started


    ''way 2 much kiddy love on BDC lately
     
    nobody more guilty of that than TWM over the yrs
     
    kinda of surprised 2C it's even coming from some of the posters that I thought would know better
     
    of course I can't say anything without looking like I'm just trying to rain on their parade ''




    slomag makes a key point

     he just weakened it by singling out ny



    Like all Yankee prospects, the current crop is a year or two away ... from falling off the prospect list and fading into obscurity. 


    my point is

      '' Yankees count six players among Baseball America’s 2011 Top 100 Prospects list''

    that included the 3 famous killer B's

    and now there is none

     



             GM Zac,

     

                   Could'nt help but notice your newbie status. What happened?

                   I've put the killer bees decline onto TWM on more than one occassion. Classic.

                   No doubt in my mind the yankees got the better of the Montero trade.

                   Now I hear about another catcher in the ny system TWM loves that also has defensive shortcomings.

                 

     

     




    Yeah I suppose a pitcher coming off of shoulder surgery is a better prospect than a right handed bat with power to all fields for this Yankee line-up.

    The Yankees have a few catching prospects the top one is Gary Sanchez, I don't think I've ever commented on him but that shouldn't stop you from spinning new yarns.

    JR Murphy parked one over the CF wall yesterday against the O's he is a catcher but will probably moved to another position because they like his bat and the organization prefers Sanchez who is only 21 and will probably start this season at AA.

     



           "Gary Sanchez, I don't think I ever commented on him"

     

                   Yes you have.

                   Go back and you will find it.

     




     

    Why would I bother when it is you accusing me?

    What a moron.

    Sanchez is the top catching prospect in the Yankee system and why they parted with Montero.

    That is about all I've ever written about him, he's young, last season only 20 years old and at A ball.

     



    Gary Sanchez had been 19 years old for one month when Montero was traded.  If you think the Yankees thought they had an MLB-ready catcher with elite offensive potential, and they decided to ditch him in favor of a barely 19-year-old with A ball experience, that should not encourage you with regards to the future of the franchise.

     

    I remember pointing out how Montero's numbers had never lived up to his hype, and your comment over and over again was that his performance was irrelevant because the scouts would not love him so much if was not going to be terrific.  And now, a year later you're excited about guys scouts have never even heard of because you saw them on youtube or they played with your nephews.

    Mark Montgomery is about as highly regarded as Pat Light.  I'd be happy for Pat Light if he ever makes a difference on our team, but I'm not nearly desperate enough to link to him on a thread about our 2013 lineup.

     




    Please don't put words in my mouth.

     I never said Sanchez was a MLB ready catcher at age 19, I only said that  the Yankee organization preferred to look toward the future with him in mind over Montero and why Montero was moved.

    And that they felt he would mature into a better defensive catcher. Sanchez is still only 21 more than likely will start at AA ball this season. Still very young.

    The earliest we'll see Sanchez is a call up in 2014.

    As far as Montero goes he was a rookie last year, all who would love to see him fail pin their hopes on what he did last season batting as an unprotected rookie in the worst offensive lineup in the AL, offensively ranked 27 out of all the 30 MLB teams.

    Lets see what he does this season with more lumber in that line up.

    Has Pat Light pitched in the AFL?

    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20121112&content_id=40260970&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

    Montgomery will be pitching in the big leagues long before Pat Light, Montgomery drafted in 2011 if not injured will be up this season.

     

     
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          "yankees have a number of young pitchers............"

     

               same old same old nonsense zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

               Will you EVER learn???????????

     

     

    exactly  HH

    GM

    let me share part of an email I sent yesterday B4 this thread was started


    ''way 2 much kiddy love on BDC lately
     
    nobody more guilty of that than TWM over the yrs
     
    kinda of surprised 2C it's even coming from some of the posters that I thought would know better
     
    of course I can't say anything without looking like I'm just trying to rain on their parade ''




    slomag makes a key point

     he just weakened it by singling out ny



    Like all Yankee prospects, the current crop is a year or two away ... from falling off the prospect list and fading into obscurity. 


    my point is

      '' Yankees count six players among Baseball America’s 2011 Top 100 Prospects list''

    that included the 3 famous killer B's

    and now there is none

     



             GM Zac,

     

                   Could'nt help but notice your newbie status. What happened?

                   I've put the killer bees decline onto TWM on more than one occassion. Classic.

                   No doubt in my mind the yankees got the better of the Montero trade.

                   Now I hear about another catcher in the ny system TWM loves that also has defensive shortcomings.

                 

     

     




    Yeah I suppose a pitcher coming off of shoulder surgery is a better prospect than a right handed bat with power to all fields for this Yankee line-up.

    The Yankees have a few catching prospects the top one is Gary Sanchez, I don't think I've ever commented on him but that shouldn't stop you from spinning new yarns.

    JR Murphy parked one over the CF wall yesterday against the O's he is a catcher but will probably moved to another position because they like his bat and the organization prefers Sanchez who is only 21 and will probably start this season at AA.

     



           "Gary Sanchez, I don't think I ever commented on him"

     

                   Yes you have.

                   Go back and you will find it.

     




     

    Why would I bother when it is you accusing me?

    What a moron.

    Sanchez is the top catching prospect in the Yankee system and why they parted with Montero.

    That is about all I've ever written about him, he's young, last season only 20 years old and at A ball.

     



    Gary Sanchez had been 19 years old for one month when Montero was traded.  If you think the Yankees thought they had an MLB-ready catcher with elite offensive potential, and they decided to ditch him in favor of a barely 19-year-old with A ball experience, that should not encourage you with regards to the future of the franchise.

     

    I remember pointing out how Montero's numbers had never lived up to his hype, and your comment over and over again was that his performance was irrelevant because the scouts would not love him so much if was not going to be terrific.  And now, a year later you're excited about guys scouts have never even heard of because you saw them on youtube or they played with your nephews.

    Mark Montgomery is about as highly regarded as Pat Light.  I'd be happy for Pat Light if he ever makes a difference on our team, but I'm not nearly desperate enough to link to him on a thread about our 2013 lineup.

     



             "Montero's numbers had never lived up to (TWM's) hype."

     

                   And never will.

                   That he he still can't catch the ball.

     




    Can't wait for this season with Seattle adding some beef to the line-up to protect Montero.

     As a team offensively Seattle in 2012 was ranked last in the AL not an enviable position for a rookie who batted cleanup and 5th at different times during the season.

    You'll have to disappear like you usually do when your prognostications head south, probably off on another one of your intergalactic trips where you are gone for 2 or 3 months until things blow over and settle down.

    Blaming it on another car wreck a king cobra bite or some other lame tale.

     

     
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          "yankees have a number of young pitchers............"

     

               same old same old nonsense zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

               Will you EVER learn???????????

     

     

    exactly  HH

    GM

    let me share part of an email I sent yesterday B4 this thread was started


    ''way 2 much kiddy love on BDC lately
     
    nobody more guilty of that than TWM over the yrs
     
    kinda of surprised 2C it's even coming from some of the posters that I thought would know better
     
    of course I can't say anything without looking like I'm just trying to rain on their parade ''




    slomag makes a key point

     he just weakened it by singling out ny



    Like all Yankee prospects, the current crop is a year or two away ... from falling off the prospect list and fading into obscurity. 


    my point is

      '' Yankees count six players among Baseball America’s 2011 Top 100 Prospects list''

    that included the 3 famous killer B's

    and now there is none

     



             GM Zac,

     

                   Could'nt help but notice your newbie status. What happened?

                   I've put the killer bees decline onto TWM on more than one occassion. Classic.

                   No doubt in my mind the yankees got the better of the Montero trade.

                   Now I hear about another catcher in the ny system TWM loves that also has defensive shortcomings.

                 

     

     




    Yeah I suppose a pitcher coming off of shoulder surgery is a better prospect than a right handed bat with power to all fields for this Yankee line-up.

    The Yankees have a few catching prospects the top one is Gary Sanchez, I don't think I've ever commented on him but that shouldn't stop you from spinning new yarns.

    JR Murphy parked one over the CF wall yesterday against the O's he is a catcher but will probably moved to another position because they like his bat and the organization prefers Sanchez who is only 21 and will probably start this season at AA.

     



           "Gary Sanchez, I don't think I ever commented on him"

     

                   Yes you have.

                   Go back and you will find it.

     




     

    Why would I bother when it is you accusing me?

    What a moron.

    Sanchez is the top catching prospect in the Yankee system and why they parted with Montero.

    That is about all I've ever written about him, he's young, last season only 20 years old and at A ball.

     



                 "why would I bother"

     

                     Can't blame you for not wanting to make a fool of yourself.

                     But you do anyways.

                     Just another example of you back tracking on past posts.

                    You did it with Aceves and now Sanchez. There have been many others.

                    Let me give you a hint.

                   When Hal was too cheap to resign Martin you wrote it off because you said the yanks had a blue chip catcher by the name of Sanchez that was their future. In the meantime they had fill in's available to bridge the gap.

                    Just one of your comments concerning Sanchez.

                    You know. The guy you now say you never mentioned here.




    But you can never produce any posts to support your claims.

    If I made them they would still be there for you to find.

    Let's see them.

    You can accuse a baloney sandwich of murder on the internet.

     
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    Re: The Yankee Opening Day Lineup

    I did write that the Yankees were unwilling to give Russell Martin a long term contract.

    They would have given Martin another year but not 2 or 3.

    And yes because Sanchez will be up in 2014.

    Martin took 2 years for 17 mil from Pittsburgh because he saw the handwriting on the wall.

    If Martin had any inkling the Yankees saw him in their future he would not have signed with Pittsburgh.

    But anyone with common sense should be able to figure that out.

     

     
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