Yankees Sticking with Cervelli, Stewart, and Romine to catch.

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    Re: Yankees Sticking with Cervelli, Stewart, and Romine to catch.

    Yeah.  I guess I am just a little surprised by Cashman's lack of movement regarding the catching situation.  I just don't think any of the three would be starters for any other team and that seems like an invitation to mediocrity to me.  These are certainly not Girardi and Posada days.

     
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    Re: Yankees Sticking with Cervelli, Stewart, and Romine to catch.

     

    If the late Steinbrenner was alive, he would have smacked some sense into the Yankees front office. 

     

     
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    Re: Yankees Sticking with Cervelli, Stewart, and Romine to catch.

    In response to pinstripezac's comment:
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    season greetings Kimmi

     

     

    agreed

    a yankee fan can only hope that

    Murdoch has a voice after just buying into yes

    I asssume they knew this was coming

    but newscorp can't be thrilled



    As far as Cervelli goes, I can't stand the guy.

    can't help thinking about the movie patch adams

    the charge was..............''Excessive happiness.''

    that said , I'm not sure anyone likes him

     

    hopefully MFY fans ban together and boycott

     

     

    so he can go get mauer

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    Hi Zac, I hope you and your family had a very nice Christmas.

    A part of me is still having a hard time believing that the Yankees are on such a strict budget, and is thinking that they have something up their sleeves.   I don't trust them.  We both know that Cashman is not the truth-telling GM that the great Theo is.   ;-)

    I don't know enough about your current catchers to know whether they can handle the job or not, but one can only hope that Parhunter is right about their catching talent, or lack thereof, adversely affecting the pitching staff and defense.

     

     

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