Yanks lineup now better than Sox

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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

    In response to andrewmitch's comment:

    Based on our projected line up, we would be far less expensive and have a much better Infield Defense.  The only question is can JBJ be comparable to Ellsbury?  I think there is a small chance that he could be.  But the great thing is that if he's not, then I think that Boggy could actually be a viable guy in the lead off hole.  I may also consider adding Trumbo (if possible) since I think we'll need more power since (a) no more Ellsbury and (b) if Boggy is moved out of the 6-hole...anyways, even if we concede they have the better leadoff hitter, we are at least as good as if not better in the other slots:

    with most of your regular lineup likely in place, i think people(generally speaking) should encourage Bradley to be himself and not heap the loss of JElls on him with expectations he may not match(not saying he can't)..obviously i'm not a Sox fan, but have a always been a fan of kids getting their shot..regardless of team...


     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

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    JBJ can be his own player.  If you delete the 2011 season for Ellsbury, he could be comparable but he'll have to develop his own style (eg walk more, bunt more).  If he hustles and grinds out AB's he'll be a fan favorite soon enough......

    agree....just saying he should be allowed to do so without the impatient musings of beat guys/talkies/some fans and such.. 

     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

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    The club won 85 games, but its Pythagorean record suggests a 79-win team, and more nuanced analyses indicate the team was even worse.



    BTW, the Red Sox Pythagorean W-L from last year suggests a 100-win team.  So, even with the loss of Ellsbury and Salty, the Red Sox appear to be approximately 20 wins better than the Yankees.  ;-)    Cool

     

     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

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    how bout a little credilbility test mr brown  or anyone in RSN

    tell me what most posters here would be saying if the yanks gave him 10 yrs

     

    I would have been all over that Yanks had they signed Cano to 10 years.

    What I don't get is why overpay McCann, Ellsbury, and Beltran, but draw the line on Cano?  And presumably the Yankees aren't finished spending.

    I understand that Cano's contract would have been significantly more than any of the others, but Cano is also worth more.

    I think if the Yankees would have been a little more flexible up front, they could have re-signed Cano at about $200 mil.  I still would have been against that contract, but to me, it would have made more sense than Ellsbury at $153/7 yrs.

     

     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

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    The club won 85 games, but its Pythagorean record suggests a 79-win team, and more nuanced analyses indicate the team was even worse.



    BTW, the Red Sox Pythagorean W-L from last year suggests a 100-win team.  So, even with the loss of Ellsbury and Salty, the Red Sox appear to be approximately 20 wins better than the Yankees.  ;-)    Cool



    Crap, somehow I erased my other post.

     In short, the Yankees have not improved any so far over last year with the additions of McCann, Ellsbury, and Beltran versus the loss of Cano and Granderson.

     

     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

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    The club won 85 games, but its Pythagorean record suggests a 79-win team, and more nuanced analyses indicate the team was even worse.



    BTW, the Red Sox Pythagorean W-L from last year suggests a 100-win team.  So, even with the loss of Ellsbury and Salty, the Red Sox appear to be approximately 20 wins better than the Yankees.  ;-)    Cool



    Crap, somehow I erased my other post.

     

    shame on you Kimmi!!..you know better than to hit Zac with stats/projections before he's had his brownies Tongue OutWink


     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

    In response to andrewmitch's comment:

    In response to jete02fan's comment:

    In response to andrewmitch's comment:

    JBJ can be his own player.  If you delete the 2011 season for Ellsbury, he could be comparable but he'll have to develop his own style (eg walk more, bunt more).  If he hustles and grinds out AB's he'll be a fan favorite soon enough......

    agree....just saying he should be allowed to do so without the impatient musings of beat guys/talkies/some fans and such.. 




    Well, I thought this through and the reason I can give him time is because I have at least one other option to use in the lead off hole. We won't be a base stealing team but if we can be a smart baserunning team (in 6 to 7 slots) where we can hit and run and take the extra base that would actually be more productive; especially since I believe we could actually hit more homers this year (and yes, I still have my eyes on Trumbo)

    [/Quote} i hear you, i touched on that in the replacing Ellsbury's speed thread, saying Sox could possibly run a bit more with the remaining roster speed, i agree they could supplement it with H&R's and good baserunning...i think that hurt the Rays a little, they got away from that a bit after CCraw left.. 


     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

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    shame on you Kimmi!!..you know better than to hit Zac with stats/projections before he's had his brownies Tongue OutWink




    LOL Jete,  These posts were not meant for your eyes.  You're a good Yankee fan, if there is such a thing.  Wink

     

    By the time all is said and done, I fully expect the Yanks to be a playoff contender this season.

     

     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

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    In response to BMav's comment:

    Red Sox scored 853 runs. The Yankees scored 650 runs. Do the math. The Yankees then lost by far their best offensive player. He had 107 RBI's. The next best RBI guy? Overbay at 59!

    The idea that the Yankees will have a better offense next year is funny.




    not saying who has the best offense

    doesn't matter much in dec

    but some of the reasoning here is funny

    U mentioned overybay without mentioning teix will be taking his place

    others question the difference between ells and grandy

    thing is we didn't have either last yr



         The way I see it Zac is last year the Yanks won something like 89 games using subs for the most part and their best pitcher had an off year.

         Cano cannot be replaced by a single addition to the club but a collective approach which has to include more bench depth can have the same result.

         Case in point the 2013 Red Sox. Agon was without question their best player the previous year (sorry Dustin) and by taking the approach I noted above resulted in a Championship.

         If the season started today I would give my Sox the edge.

        But it doesn't and the Yanks have time to further improve as do the Sox.

       IMO both the Sox and Yanks aren't close to being done.

     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

    shame on you Kimmi!!..you know better than to hit Zac with stats/projections before he's had his brownies

    LOL jeets, eitherway I have no idea what a Pythagorean is

    I suspect something to do with right angles , age  & beards

     

     

    In response to RedSoxKimmi's comment:

     

    I would have been all over that Yanks had they signed Cano to 10 years.

     

    thanks for your honesty no sursprise there

    thanks to the others who agreed most of RSN would have benn all ny if they signed cano

     

    What I don't get is why overpay McCann, Ellsbury, and Beltran, but draw the line on Cano? 

    exactly I couldn't agree more kimmi

    so glad they didn't overpay 4 McCann, Ellsbury, or Beltran

    And presumably the Yankees aren't finished spending.

    darn Bcash hasn't done a thing in 36 hrs

    I understand that Cano's contract would have been significantly more than any of the others, but Cano is also worth more.

    of course

    I think if the Yankees would have been a little more flexible up front, they could have re-signed Cano at about $200 mil.

    I'm guessing U forgot about the 300 mill talk

     

     

     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

    In response to Hingham Hammer's comment:

         The way I see it Zac is last year the Yanks won something like 89 games using subs for the most part and their best pitcher had an off year.

         Cano cannot be replaced by a single addition to the club but a collective approach which has to include more bench depth can have the same result.

         Case in point the 2013 Red Sox. Agon was without question their best player the previous year (sorry Dustin) and by taking the approach I noted above resulted in a Championship.

         If the season started today I would give my Sox the edge.

        But it doesn't and the Yanks have time to further improve as do the Sox.

       IMO both the Sox and Yanks aren't close to being done.

    greetings HH


    good point about agon

    while tanaka remains the key

    I'm liking what rob neyer said

     The Bombers figure to be better at no less than seven positions next year.

     

    doesn't reading some of these posts about how the yanks R done 4 yrs

    make U feel old

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

    I think if the Yankees would have been a little more flexible up front, they could have re-signed Cano at about $200 mil.

    I'm guessing U forgot about the 300 mill talk

    It's not a question of $300M.  Had they offered him $208M/8, would he have taken the extra $32M/2 from Seattle?

     
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    Re: Yanks lineup now better than Sox

    In response to Joebreidey's comment:

    I think if the Yankees would have been a little more flexible up front, they could have re-signed Cano at about $200 mil.

    I'm guessing U forgot about the 300 mill talk

    It's not a question of $300M.  Had they offered him $208M/8, would he have taken the extra $32M/2 from Seattle?



    U know what bryce harper would call your question

    how bout posting  the  list of players that walked away from 32 mill

    not all of them just a short list

     
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