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Friday, October 03, 2008
This is old news by now, but I forgot to mention...

After a full season of not listening to a word he had to say, the Steins have decided to bring the Cash Man back for another 3 seasons of futile efforts to bolster the farm system and make decent trades without screwing the team for the next 18 years. Cash's decision to stick around and give it another whirl was apparently influenced by this year's failure: he didn't want to walk away on a down note.

I guess that means he's got three years to whip this team into shape and get himself a ring. What's the first move? Are we still banking on CC, or did yesterday's meltdown remind us that after the number of pitches he threw for the Brewsters this year his arm may actually be ready to fall off?


posted by Yankees Chick @ Friday, October 03, 2008  
  • At 11:13 PM, Anonymous fantasybaseballmacbookpro said…

    It is kind of ignorant for anyone in this world to think that the Yankees are going to waste their time "rebuilding" and replenishing the farm system in the next few years.

    Did we not just witness the end of an era? Did we not just witness people trying to steal a part of a historic building? Did we not just say good-bye to the house that Ruth built? This is exactly why people shouldn't be so ignorant.

    When a new stadium is built, in any city, the team will sacrifice a little bit of the future for current success to bring fans into the new building.

    This is New York and with such a rich tradition of winning in October what better way to open a new building then winning the 2009 World Series.

    The more anyone thinks about it, the Yankees would be nuts not to sign 2/3 high profile free agents in the off-season. With all those contracts expiring and loads of cash being made available, the Yankees are in a position to make a legitimate run at the World Series in 2009.

  • At 2:51 PM, Blogger Carlos Echevarria said…

    That was the first mistake, Cashman had to go; I would rehaul the team.

    As for CC my understanding is that he wants to stay in the NL...but who knows, greenbacks have a way of changing player's opinions.

    In my humble view I would let
    Pavano go...

    Trade Cabrera and Cano.
    I had been opposed to letting Hughes and Kennedy go for Santana, and now I realize I was wrong.

    Hughes fast ball dropped off in velocity this year and Kennedy can't get anybody out.

    I prefer Joba in the bullpen, esp. now with Mo's surgery.

    Can Alberto Gonzalez play second base? he was really good at SS.

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