Yankee Contracts

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    Will CC's contract be the next one the yanks will try to get out from under?

     
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    Will CC's contract be the next one the yanks will try to get out from under?




    24million/year, for the next 4 years.

    Ouch!

     
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    Problem with long term contracts. You sign them when they are still in their prime, but as contract moves on and as they get older, they start to slip.
    With years of aribitration, very few young Free Agents. Thats why the Farm is even more important.
    Ells will be 30 when he finally hits Free Agency, I expect 3-4 good years from him, but after that, well anybodys guess.
    Still want the Sox to sign him though.

     
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    Will CC's contract be the next one the yanks will try to get out from under?




    Quite a bit of difference between the character of Arod and CC.

    Clearly something is wrong with CC could be the off season surgery, one can only speculate but the thing you can count on is that CC won't make any excuses.

    He will meet the press head on after every game and accept responsibility for the way he pitched.

    The only thing the Yankees can do is hope for a rebound, myself I would like to see them shut him down for the remainder of the season.

     
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    Will CC's contract be the next one the yanks will try to get out from under?




    Btw aren't you the same guy who has continually ripped Hal for not giving out big contracts?

    Coupon clipping Hal as you often refer to him.

     

     
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    Plus these deals:

    ARod 14:$25M, 15:$21M, 16:$20M, 17:$20M (+$6M for 3 HR milestones)

    Wells 14:$21M

    Tex 14-16:$22.5M annually

    CC 14-15:$23M annually, 16:$25M, 17:$25M vesting option ($5M buyout)

    Sori  14:$18M

    Jete  14:$8M player option ($3M buyout)

    Cano  FA

    Gran FA

    Kur FA

    Pett FA

    Riv to retire

     

     

    Sox4ever

     
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    Angels aren't much better off. Neither are the Phillies. Still have to give Yanks, credit still over .500.

    Lot of baseball left, anything can happen.

     
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    Will CC's contract be the next one the yanks will try to get out from under?

     




     

    Quite a bit of difference between the character of Arod and CC.

    Clearly something is wrong with CC could be the off season surgery, one can only speculate but the thing you can count on is that CC won't make any excuses.

    He will meet the press head on after every game and accept responsibility for the way he pitched.

    The only thing the Yankees can do is hope for a rebound, myself I would like to see them shut him down for the remainder of the season.



             Agreed. Arod and CC are worlds apart in character.

             The only thing they have in common is hugh contracts and neither is performing.

     
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    Will CC's contract be the next one the yanks will try to get out from under?

     




     

    Btw aren't you the same guy who has continually ripped Hal for not giving out big contracts?

    Coupon clipping Hal as you often refer to him.

     



            Make no mistake. Coupon Clipping Hal is alive and well.

            That isn't about to change.

            Don't confuse a couple of  8 year deals for big money with his approach to stocking the club with 2-3 year deals for proven players. He went the cheap route this past offseason and many of the players he refused to resign are having very productive seasons with other clubs.

            Yankees to their credit hung in there but you can't expect players no one else wanted to perform at a high level all season.

            Like Boston (last year), NY needs a makeover.

     
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    Will CC's contract be the next one the yanks will try to get out from under?

     




    24million/year, for the next 4 years.

     

    Ouch!



            "Ouch"

                  Exactly.

     
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    Angels aren't much better off. Neither are the Phillies. Still have to give Yanks, credit still over .500.

    Lot of baseball left, anything can happen.




    I agree, you have to give them props. Who would have thought they'd still be in contention with Sabathia not himself and virtually nothing contributed by Jeter, A-Rod, Teixeira, or Granderson by August...

     
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    Angels aren't much better off. Neither are the Phillies. Still have to give Yanks, credit still over .500.

    Lot of baseball left, anything can happen.

     




    I agree, you have to give them props. Who would have thought they'd still be in contention with Sabathia not himself and virtually nothing contributed by Jeter, A-Rod, Teixeira, or Granderson by August...

     

    [/QUOTE]


    They should double Kuroda's contract, just for keeping them in contention.

     
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    Plus these deals:

    ARod 14:$25M, 15:$21M, 16:$20M, 17:$20M (+$6M for 3 HR milestones)

    Wells 14:$21M

    Tex 14-16:$22.5M annually

    CC 14-15:$23M annually, 16:$25M, 17:$25M vesting option ($5M buyout)

    Sori  14:$18M

    Jete  14:$8M player option ($3M buyout)

    Cano  FA

    Gran FA

    Kur FA

    Pett FA

    Riv to retire

     

     

    Sox4ever



    Geez, $21 million for Vernon Wells in 2014?!?  Are the Angels paying a portion of it?

     

     

     
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    Angels aren't much better off. Neither are the Phillies. Still have to give Yanks, credit still over .500.

    Lot of baseball left, anything can happen.

    I haven't counted the Yankees out.  They are only 4.5 games out of the wildcard, with 2 months of baseball left to play.  They sit there lurking... then pounce when you least expect it.   I don't trust the bastids.

     

     
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    Plus these deals:

    ARod 14:$25M, 15:$21M, 16:$20M, 17:$20M (+$6M for 3 HR milestones)

    Wells 14:$21M

    Tex 14-16:$22.5M annually

    CC 14-15:$23M annually, 16:$25M, 17:$25M vesting option ($5M buyout)

    Sori  14:$18M

    Jete  14:$8M player option ($3M buyout)

    Cano  FA

    Gran FA

    Kur FA

    Pett FA

    Riv to retire

     

     

    Sox4ever




    They arent paying much with Wells and Soriano. Maybe like 10-14  combined I think. CC, ARod and Tex are the killer ones that will hurt them because they probably wont get half their monies worth out of them.

     
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    In response to Ice-Cream's comment:

     

    In response to moonslav59's comment:

     

     

     

    Plus these deals:

    ARod 14:$25M, 15:$21M, 16:$20M, 17:$20M (+$6M for 3 HR milestones)

    Wells 14:$21M

    Tex 14-16:$22.5M annually

    CC 14-15:$23M annually, 16:$25M, 17:$25M vesting option ($5M buyout)

    Sori  14:$18M

    Jete  14:$8M player option ($3M buyout)

    Cano  FA

    Gran FA

    Kur FA

    Pett FA

    Riv to retire

     

     

    Sox4ever

     

     



    Geez, $21 million for Vernon Wells in 2014?!?  Are the Angels paying a portion of it?

     

     

     

     

     




    yes sir mr ice cream

     

    yanks pay wells only  2.4 of the 21 mill next yr

    and 5 of the 18 owed to soriano

    kind of surprised that someone as thorough as moon left that out

     

     

     

     

     

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    24million/year, for the next 4 years.

    Ouch!

     

    Ouch is right 4B's

    one would think the yanks would be the most expensive game to go to

    not the sox ;-)

     

     

     
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    In response to pinstripezac35's comment:

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    Plus these deals:

    ARod 14:$25M, 15:$21M, 16:$20M, 17:$20M (+$6M for 3 HR milestones)

    Wells 14:$21M

    Tex 14-16:$22.5M annually

    CC 14-15:$23M annually, 16:$25M, 17:$25M vesting option ($5M buyout)

    Sori  14:$18M

    Jete  14:$8M player option ($3M buyout)

    Cano  FA

    Gran FA

    Kur FA

    Pett FA

    Riv to retire

     

     

    Sox4ever

     

     



    Geez, $21 million for Vernon Wells in 2014?!?  Are the Angels paying a portion of it?

     

     

     

     

     




    yes sir mr ice cream

     

    yanks pay wells only  2.4 of the 21 mill next yr

    and 5 of the 18 owed to soriano

    kind of surprised that someone as thorough as moon left that out

     

     

     

     

     

    In response to ThefourBs' comment:

    24million/year, for the next 4 years.

    Ouch!

     

    Ouch is right 4B's

    one would think the yanks would be the most expensive game to go to

    not the sox ;-)

     

     




    Wrong fan, Zac.

    I don't moan about the cost of a game.

     

    Besides, how can you beat a team that gives away the most expensive best seats in the house?  Wink

     
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    Maybe the Yankees may call the insurance to pay CC's contract just like A-Rod.  

     
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    Angels aren't much better off. Neither are the Phillies. Still have to give Yanks, credit still over .500.

    Lot of baseball left, anything can happen.

     

     

    I haven't counted the Yankees out.  They are only 4.5 games out of the wildcard, with 2 months of baseball left to play.  They sit there lurking... then pounce when you least expect it.   I don't trust the bastids.

     

    [/QUOTE]hey!...such language YellTongue Out


     
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    Will CC's contract be the next one the yanks will try to get out from under?

     




     

    Btw aren't you the same guy who has continually ripped Hal for not giving out big contracts?

    Coupon clipping Hal as you often refer to him.

     

     



            Make no mistake. Coupon Clipping Hal is alive and well.

     

            That isn't about to change.

            Don't confuse a couple of  8 year deals for big money with his approach to stocking the club with 2-3 year deals for proven players. He went the cheap route this past offseason and many of the players he refused to resign are having very productive seasons with other clubs.

            Yankees to their credit hung in there but you can't expect players no one else wanted to perform at a high level all season.

            Like Boston (last year), NY needs a makeover.

    [/QUOTE]


     

    We've had this discussion before. Where the Yankees have gone soft is in the international FA market.

    Although last week he signed a 16 year old Dominican for 1.4 mil.

     
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    In response to pinstripezac35's comment:

    In response to Ice-Cream's comment:

     

    In response to moonslav59's comment:

     

     

     

    Plus these deals:

    ARod 14:$25M, 15:$21M, 16:$20M, 17:$20M (+$6M for 3 HR milestones)

    Wells 14:$21M

    Tex 14-16:$22.5M annually

    CC 14-15:$23M annually, 16:$25M, 17:$25M vesting option ($5M buyout)

    Sori  14:$18M

    Jete  14:$8M player option ($3M buyout)

    Cano  FA

    Gran FA

    Kur FA

    Pett FA

    Riv to retire

     

     

    Sox4ever

     

     



    Geez, $21 million for Vernon Wells in 2014?!?  Are the Angels paying a portion of it?

     

     

     

     

     




    yes sir mr ice cream

     

    yanks pay wells only  2.4 of the 21 mill next yr

    and 5 of the 18 owed to soriano

    kind of surprised that someone as thorough as moon left that out

     

     

     

     

     

    In response to ThefourBs' comment:

    24million/year, for the next 4 years.

    Ouch!

     

    Ouch is right 4B's

    one would think the yanks would be the most expensive game to go to

    not the sox ;-)

     

     



        "most expensive game to go to"

              LOL Zac.

    I guess that has to do more with the number of seats than the product on the field (last year).

    So far this season it's been money well spent.

    Still not sure the Sox are for real (this year).

    That said I like their future more now than at anytime before.

    Money to spend and potential in their farm system.

    Oh yea, nobody caught cheating yet.

     

     
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    Will CC's contract be the next one the yanks will try to get out from under?

     




     

    Btw aren't you the same guy who has continually ripped Hal for not giving out big contracts?

    Coupon clipping Hal as you often refer to him.

     

     

     



            Make no mistake. Coupon Clipping Hal is alive and well.

     

     

            That isn't about to change.

            Don't confuse a couple of  8 year deals for big money with his approach to stocking the club with 2-3 year deals for proven players. He went the cheap route this past offseason and many of the players he refused to resign are having very productive seasons with other clubs.

            Yankees to their credit hung in there but you can't expect players no one else wanted to perform at a high level all season.

            Like Boston (last year), NY needs a makeover.




     

     

    We've had this discussion before. Where the Yankees have gone soft is in the international FA market.

    Although last week he signed a 16 year old Dominican for 1.4 mil.



          No question NY had backed off the international market until this signing you announced.

          We won't ever agree that money dictated NY's signings and lack of over the winter.

          But I'am ok with that.

     

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