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  • Posted 04/27/2015 09:34:40 EDT

    In response to harness' comment: In response to slomag's comment: Leave Holt where he is. On the bench? Leading off would hurt his aggressiveness. I say he'd make the adjustment. He's made all the oth more »

  • Posted 04/27/2015 08:54:40 EDT

    Johnson - 1 run, 2 hits, 5 walks, 6 Ks in 5 innings today.  Good outing, but he's not usually that wild.

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  • Posted 04/27/2015 08:16:16 EDT

    In response to mfymfy's comment: In response to slomag's comment: In response to mfymfy's comment: In response to slomag's comment: We're not in trouble because we had backup plans. Plan A was for Buc more »

  • Posted 04/27/2015 08:05:52 EDT

    In response to ThatWasMe's comment: In response to slomag's comment:   You'll forgive me if I take all of his 10.1 innings into account rather than the last 3.1? Because then the answer is obviously h more »

  • Posted 04/27/2015 07:21:32 EDT

    In response to mfymfy's comment: In response to slomag's comment: We're not in trouble because we had backup plans. Plan A was for Buchholz and Masterson to rebound and stay healthy, Porcello improve more »

  • Posted 04/27/2015 07:15:03 EDT

    In response to ThatWasMe's comment: In response to slomag's comment: In response to ThatWasMe's comment: In response to slomag's comment: Come on guys - in retrospect, don't we know how the Yankees di more »

  • Posted 04/27/2015 04:18:20 EDT

    We're not in trouble because we had backup plans. Plan A was for Buchholz and Masterson to rebound and stay healthy, Porcello improve on his already very good numbers, Miley to eat a lot of innings an more »

  • Posted 04/27/2015 03:55:14 EDT

    In response to ThatWasMe's comment: In response to slomag's comment: Come on guys - in retrospect, don't we know how the Yankees did it year after year? Now their best offensive weapon is about to bec more »

  • Posted 04/27/2015 12:05:24 EDT

    You need an objective formula - is 2-3 with a BB and HBP better than 2-5 with a HR?

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  • Posted 04/27/2015 11:11:54 EDT

    I didn't like the Miley trade, but he's better than this.  Everybody's better than this.  Buchholz has had bad luck - a ton of seeing eye grounders, but his xFIP is 2.61.  Kelly's looked pretty good - more »

  • Posted 04/27/2015 11:01:56 EDT

    In response to harness' comment: In response to slomag's comment: Leave Holt where he is. On the bench? Leading off would hurt his aggressiveness. I say he'd make the adjustment. He's made all the oth more »

  • Posted 04/27/2015 10:57:50 EDT

    Come on guys - in retrospect, don't we know how the Yankees did it year after year? Now their best offensive weapon is about to become #4 on the all-time HR list and the event is going to go unacknowl more »

  • Posted 04/26/2015 07:49:54 EDT

    In response to harness' comment: Betts: .189/.280/.603 Holt:  .457/.453/1.063 David is right. Holt's a much better option to lead off.Holt isn't an "everyday player" because Farrell is between a rock more »

  • Posted 04/26/2015 05:00:56 EDT

    I think what I would do is bring up Barnes and Rodriguez.  Leave the rotation alone but keep everybody on a short leash - 4 runs and turn it over to one of these guys.  Before long, they will likely s more »

  • Posted 04/26/2015 04:27:55 EDT

    In response to mthomas43's comment: Brian Johnson might be ready.  Couldnt be worse than what they are trotting out there.  Castillo for sure.  Like to get Swiharts bat in the lineup but dont necessar more »

  • Posted 04/26/2015 04:25:20 EDT

    In response to mthomas43's comment:

    What is the starting five ERA?



    5.35 coming into today

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  • Posted 04/26/2015 04:19:31 EDT

    In response to devildavid's comment: In response to slomag's comment: In response to devildavid's comment: At the very least Betts should be moved down in the order. What is needed at the leadoff spot more »

  • Posted 04/26/2015 03:13:22 EDT

    In response to devildavid's comment: At the very least Betts should be moved down in the order. What is needed at the leadoff spot is the ability to get on base. Hanigan is doing a better job of getti more »

  • Posted 04/26/2015 01:04:49 EDT

    Workman will probably wind up on the 60 DL at some point, which will free up a roster spot if we want to bring up Johnson for a spell. Heath Hembree has looked terrific.  He could be immediate bullpen more »

  • Forum Post: Sandoval

    Posted 04/26/2015 01:03:09 EDT

    He can't hit from the right side.  It's really as simple as that.  But he's great from the left, and that's 75% of ABs, and we're not going to have Ortiz for much longer, so he's likely still worth hi more »

  • Posted 04/26/2015 12:56:40 EDT

    In response to harness' comment:   In response to BMav's comment: Layne is not Betts. Do you realise that its nearly universally accepted among experts that Betts is one of the best young prospect-pla more »

  • Posted 04/26/2015 12:54:32 EDT

    The velocity is concerning.  It wasn't very fast to begin with, so now a hitter doesn't have to look for it - he can assume split and adjust to the fastball.  And even the split is slower, so he has m more »

  • Posted 04/25/2015 12:45:25 EDT

    In response to DarbyCT's comment: In response to dannycater's comment: The greatest thing I ever saw was Yaz v. the Angels. He took a called strike that he believed was outside or high, I forgot. He s more »

  • Posted 04/25/2015 12:38:15 EDT

    In response to harness' comment: In response to slomag's comment:  I can't point to any games where Mookie has cost us I point to a .192 BA and a pathetic OBP - that has cost us. - there's one (home o more »

  • Posted 04/25/2015 12:29:18 EDT

    In response to southpaw777's comment: In response to moonslav59's comment:   2012: Marrero, B Johnson and maybe sleepers like Buttrey, Light or Callahan. 2013: TBall & Stanki. Denny was a waste at #81 more »

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