Yankees went cheap on bullpen

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    long season.....will see how strong it is over the course of many games...same goes for the Sox.......hoping our bullpen is stronger than the Yanks though this year.

     
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    They have guys in that pen who are not major league pitchers and when they finally face a tough line up they are going to get crushed.

     
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    They have guys in that pen who are not major league pitchers and when they finally face a tough line up they are going to get crushed.

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    Do you mean a tougher lineup than the current RS team? So far, the "replacements" appear to have handled the World Champions quite well. Unfortunately.

     
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    They have guys in that pen who are not major league pitchers and when they finally face a tough line up they are going to get crushed.

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    Is that so? Toronto and Baltimore have decent line ups, actually the best pen pitcher the Yankees have right now is Betances.

    What typically wears out any pen is not getting innings from your starters, that has not been the case so far in fact the Yankees rotation has a chance to be pretty good. 

    More and more CC is looking like the #5.

     
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    They have guys in that pen who are not major league pitchers and when they finally face a tough line up they are going to get crushed.

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    Is that so? Toronto and Baltimore have decent line ups, actually the best pen pitcher the Yankees have right now is Betances.

    What typically wears out any pen is not getting innings from your starters, that has not been the case so far in fact the Yankees rotation has a chance to be pretty good. 

    More and more CC is looking like the #5.

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    Still too early to say, on both, IMO

     
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    They have guys in that pen who are not major league pitchers and when they finally face a tough line up they are going to get crushed.

     



    Is that so? Toronto and Baltimore have decent line ups, actually the best pen pitcher the Yankees have right now is Betances.

     

    What typically wears out any pen is not getting innings from your starters, that has not been the case so far in fact the Yankees rotation has a chance to be pretty good. 

    More and more CC is looking like the #5.

     



    Still too early to say, on both, IMO

     




    The Yankees have a few live arms at AAA and why they didn't spend on the pen.

    Although I would have preferred another established arm going into the season.

    Tommy Kahnle who was amongst a few young lively arms that the Yankees have but he was lost as a rule 5 draft pick and is pitching out of the pen for the Rockies and hasn't done bad so far.

    I think the "Yankees have nothing on the farm" is over played and over hyped on this site and I think in the days and the season ahead my point will be validated.

     
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    Re: Yankees went cheap on bullpen

    During Derek Jeter's Opening Day ceremony, Bernie Williams was not present.  Was he not invited?  

     

     
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    If we're going base it on one series, it goes both ways.

    "mujica........LOL"




    so U R saying 9 =1

     
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    If we're going base it on one series, it goes both ways.

    "mujica........LOL"




    so U R saying 9 =1

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    When compared to a full season, it may as well.

     
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    They have guys in that pen who are not major league pitchers and when they finally face a tough line up they are going to get crushed.


     




    Is that so? Toronto and Baltimore have decent line ups, actually the best pen pitcher the Yankees have right now is Betances.


     


    What typically wears out any pen is not getting innings from your starters, that has not been the case so far in fact the Yankees rotation has a chance to be pretty good. 


    More and more CC is looking like the #5.


     




    Still too early to say, on both, IMO


     


     







     


    The Yankees have a few live arms at AAA and why they didn't spend on the pen.


    Although I would have preferred another established arm going into the season.


    Tommy Kahnle who was amongst a few young lively arms that the Yankees have but he was lost as a rule 5 draft pick and is pitching out of the pen for the Rockies and hasn't done bad so far.


    I think the "Yankees have nothing on the farm" is over played and over hyped on this site and I think in the days and the season ahead my point will be validated.


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                  "in the days and season ahead my point will be validated"


                      LOL.


                     i guess there is a first for everything.


                     Should I list all the great prospects you raved about that bombed clueless?

     
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    Yankees went cheap on bullpen? Perhaps, but it's working. Yankees will be a major factor in AL East.


     
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    what's up HH how come only U can post normally

     
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    Hitting is timing. Pitching is upsetting timing.
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    It’s not how hard you practice when somebody is watching, it’s how hard you practice when nobody is watching.

     
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    "What's up HH, how come only you can post normally"


       Hey Zac,


             Don't know pal.


             What I do know is TWM is speechless.


             Major upgrade over the drool of late.


            


             

     
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           Forget what you wanted to say old timer?

     
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           Forget what you wanted to say old timer?




     




     




     




     






     


     


     


     


    I guess the only way you think you can get some recognition around here is to stalk me.


     


     Nothing has changed.

     
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    They have guys in that pen who are not major league pitchers and when they finally face a tough line up they are going to get crushed.


     


     


     




    Is that so? Toronto and Baltimore have decent line ups, actually the best pen pitcher the Yankees have right now is Betances.


     


     


     


    What typically wears out any pen is not getting innings from your starters, that has not been the case so far in fact the Yankees rotation has a chance to be pretty good. 


     


    More and more CC is looking like the #5.


     


     


     




    Still too early to say, on both, IMO


     


     


     


     









     


     


     


    The Yankees have a few live arms at AAA and why they didn't spend on the pen.


     


    Although I would have preferred another established arm going into the season.


     


    Tommy Kahnle who was amongst a few young lively arms that the Yankees have but he was lost as a rule 5 draft pick and is pitching out of the pen for the Rockies and hasn't done bad so far.


     


    I think the "Yankees have nothing on the farm" is over played and over hyped on this site and I think in the days and the season ahead my point will be validated.


     


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                  "in the days and season ahead my point will be validated"


     


                      LOL.


     


                     i guess there is a first for everything.


     


                     Should I list all the great prospects you raved about that bombed clueless?


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    You could, but you have a much darker past to live with than I do.

     
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    I guess the only way you think you can get some recognition around here is to stalk me.


     


     


     


     Nothing has changed.


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        "nothing has changed"


              Correct old timer.


             You're still the arrogant clueless poster you always were.


             Let me know when the yanks win the world series. I'll be the first to congrats.


             Until then try bringing it down a notch or two.

     
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     "nothing has changed"


    Correct old timer.


    You're still the arrogant clueless poster you always were.


    Let me know when the yanks win the world series. I'll be the first to congrats.


    Until then try bringing it down a notch or two.


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     I don't see another post here by you today. No commentary on any baseball related issues.


    You come to this site seek out my last post wherever I post and resume your stalking.


    You need to see professional help about this affliction you have, your obsession for me.


    Do you talk to your wife about me?


    Yeah I'm 67 years I guess calling me old could be considered clever.


    On to baseball matters did you watch Betances close out the Yankee game last evening? Pitched the last two innings in Tampa 3 Ks no hits.


    Gee seems just like just yesterday you were saying that he was an absolute failure. But most of us who understand the game realize with prospects that it takes time. 

     
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