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  • Posted 09/08/2009 06:02:32 EDT

    In Response to Re: Which Baseball Team Do You Prefer As a Wild-Card/ Yanks Or Tampa?: We could easily be the wild card, which would be OK with me.  Getting to the playoffs are the key. I honestly thin more »

  • Posted 09/08/2009 06:02:29 EDT

    In Response to Re: Which Baseball Team Do You Prefer As a Wild-Card/ Yanks Or Tampa?: In Response to Re: Which Baseball Team Do You Prefer As a Wild-Card/ Yanks Or Tampa? : What is the average age of more »

  • Posted 01/28/2009 09:50:47 EST

    On the other hand we hand we have Jonathan Papelbon, who is 11 years younger than Mariano Rivera, and will be making only $6 million dollars this year. You realize Papelbon is making "only" $6 million more »

  • Posted 01/22/2009 11:50:31 EST

    Does Theo know about the creepy man crush you have on him? more »

  • Posted 01/22/2009 11:48:33 EST

    they'll hve just as many injuries as they had last year.

    oh yeah? What are tomorrow's lotto numbers? more »

  • Posted 01/22/2009 05:01:55 EST

    Sheets would be a bad signing for either club, he is a NL pitcher period. I think Brad Penny and Smoltz going to be the best 4 and 5 starters in baseball Sheets is an NL pitcher but Penny is not? You more »

  • Posted 01/21/2009 08:45:53 EST

    [Quote]Agree on much of the above. Will really miss "Baseball Beat," Steiner was a good host and had a nice self deprecating style. Dibble and Kennedy are two of the biggest ego maniacs in sports repo more »

  • Posted 01/20/2009 09:51:25 EST

    [Quote] Who else was in the top 9 best hitters?? do you remember jim?[/Quote] I was trying to get my kids to bed so i was in and out of it, but I know Barry Bonds 2001 season was # 3, which I was anno more »

  • Posted 01/20/2009 09:11:53 EST

    [Quote]I missed the TOP 9 last night......hitters I think it was, anyone see it?[/Quote] yeah. Babe Ruth's 1921 season was the best of all time. Of interest to you is that the greatest pitching season more »

  • Posted 01/20/2009 07:01:20 EST

    [Quote] I see CC as another Big Unit NY experiment. This isn't the NL Central playin the Buccos, Reds and Stros. He's not a good post season pitcher. He'll be gone in three years to the west coast or more »

  • Posted 01/20/2009 06:20:34 EST

    [Quote]because jim-u have to realize-ONLY yankees get old and injured. the red sox, on the other hand, have no chance of injury and have the eternal fountain of youth (that is, until they leave)[/Quot more »

  • Posted 01/20/2009 06:17:30 EST

    But I'm very concerned about the Yanks.

    Don't be. We don't want your "concern." more »

  • Posted 01/19/2009 10:06:58 EST

    [Quote] 1. Damon- old 2. Jeter- old 3. Teixeira- show me the $ 4. Arod- great against crappy pitchers, probably should put on DL for playoffs 5. Posada- lucky to catch 50 games this year, why RS won't more »

  • Posted 01/19/2009 04:31:47 EST

    [Quote]I miss Mark Patrick and Buck in the morning show[/Quote] Agreed. I really don't like the changes they've made since the XM Sirius merger. Some of the people they brought in are ok, but others a more »

  • Posted 01/13/2009 12:31:55 EST

    I don't that for a fact you could have stopped right there. And I've been in enough negotiations to know that if you offered someone $160k for their aprtment, the owner will tell the next person in li more »

  • Posted 01/13/2009 10:27:40 EST

    Also, with regard to Teixiera, the Sox leaked their offer to Tex, as part of their strategy to drive up the price for a player they didn"t really need or want. wow, they flew to Texas and offered $170 more »

  • Posted 01/13/2009 10:26:32 EST

    Before Henry leaves, he tells Boras to tell Cashman that the RS offered $168M.

    and this you know how?
    more »

  • Posted 01/13/2009 09:27:11 EST

    [Quote]"They’ve shown themselves to be able to develop solid pitchers in both the rotation and the pen, to rehab players effectively, and to at least be average in the number of injuries suffered by p more »

  • Posted 01/13/2009 08:28:45 EST

    [Quote]Good move for Lowe and the Braves. Lowe was the Yanks choice over Burnett but Boras dallied w/ a 5 year 90 million price and Burnett's agent was proactive and got the rediculus 5 yr 82.5m deal more »

  • Posted 01/13/2009 07:57:01 EST

    [Quote]Who cares?[/Quote]

    Dabro. This was so important he had to start 2 threads about it.

    more »

  • Posted 01/13/2009 06:50:12 EST

    [Quote]Its funny maybe even more so sad how you guys continue to comment on what a 3rd place team is doing, should you be more concerned what Tampa is doing ?[/Quote] LOL, exactly. These people think more »

  • Posted 01/12/2009 12:59:09 EST

    [Quote] They are getting long in tooth at corner OF spots, SS and CA to, but hey you have all future HOF players in A,AA and AAA ready to own baseball. Whatever, 3rd places Yankee's is what I see. [/Q more »

  • Posted 01/12/2009 12:54:36 EST

    [Quote]I saw this kid pitch for the yankees last year in limited action (14inn) he looked very good. His name is Phil Coke and is someone we need to look out for.[/Quote] He did look good in his limit more »

  • Posted 01/12/2009 12:49:25 EST

    [Quote]AJ Burnett average 140 innings per season. and has aveager 12 wins per season, he is really not that good. He is a teaser and a guy that gets GM's fired all talent but never really does it. The more »

  • Posted 01/12/2009 12:29:56 EST

    [Quote] He did pitch towards the end of the season pain free. Not to mention that most pitchers go through Shoulder tendinitis. Just search Beckett-tendinitis, he turn out well didn't he?[/Quote] 1. " more »