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Friday, December 07, 2007
I've been incommunicado for a few days now, all tied up with some personal Yankees Chick affairs, and I must say I have learned a valuable lesson from these couple days: if one does not check the myriad media outlets for 72 hours, when he or she returns to Internet-ville to read all the baseball news, there will be a hell of a lot to catch up on. I'll be in blogging overdrive for the next little while to catch you all up on my worthless opinions on all the matters at hand (Santanamania, Tigers scoring with Dontrelle and Cabrera, etc etc), but let's start with a little virtual pat on the back for our dear Jobamania. ESPN Magazine featured Joba as their "NEXT" athlete in their December 17th issue - because of his obvious raw talent, already proven MLB capability (do not ever forget that 0.38 ERA and 0.750 WHIP in 24 innings last season...), and good work ethic. It's a funny little article featuring some heartwarming stories about his Lifetime Movie-worthy childhood (goooooo Harlan!) and some quality text-messaging. Enjoy the article here: Joba is NEXT!

More to come tomorrow... and the next day... and the next... Basically, you can't get rid of me. Unless you just don't come to the site. I guess that would work.


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posted by Yankees Chick @ Friday, December 07, 2007  
5 Comments:
  • At 6:19 PM, Blogger Ethan Michaels said…

    If any of you have some free time, please check out this article I wrote on Jon Lester. I’m hoping for some feedback from fans who don’t like the Red Sox. Thanks for your time.

    http://modernrooters.blogspot.com/

     
  • At 10:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    ...Inge at 1st?....Anybody?

     
  • At 6:05 AM, Anonymous Billy Pilgrim said…

    Inge is a nice player, but I'm not sure he's the right move.

    Isn't he mostly known for his cannon arm, which can't really be utilized at first? Also, not sure how much of a better bat he would be than a Betemit/Shelley Duncan platoon at first. Like Betemit and Duncan, Inge does not have a lot of experience at first. I think if you are going to make a move for anyone, it's someone you know is skilled at gloving first base.

    I'm curious about this potential move of Matsui to San Fran. Other than easing the DH logjam. If you get a solid reliever you can throw out there in the 8th I might consider it. For a mediocre starter , not so much.

     
  • At 3:50 PM, Blogger Ian said…

    Welcome back YC.

     
  • At 10:18 AM, Blogger Bald Headed Geek said…

    Hope that everything is okay, Maureen.

    BHG

     
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