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Posted 31 July 2013 - 02:05 PM

Well this is all for nothing since apparently Young will only go back to Texas but I don't see why you wouldn't want him. Young is a free agent after this season so there is no extra year on his salary. The cost in prospect(s) shouldn't be high. Also, Selig is planning to suspend A-Rod under a labor violation instead of a drug violation which isn't open to appeal, if A-Rod doesn't accept the suspension of the rest of 2013 and all of 2014 that is on the table. There is no way A-Rod plays a game this year. Now compare Young's production vs. Yankees 3B:

 

Michael Young: .277/.342/.402 .326 wOBA 106 wRC+
Yankees 3B (Worst production in MLB): .215/.275/.285 .253 wOBA 53 wRC+

 

Young would've been a dramatic upgrade. I've been clinging to postseason hope, but if they don't get a real 3B at the trade deadline, then I don't know how they'll get in. Especially when they are hoping that Jeter stays healthy and they still have below average production at 1B amongst other positions. At least getting Granderson back should help soon but I doubt it's enough without another move.

 

There's still time!  http://t.co/3LTMsXnJFy

 

TAMPA, Fla. -- Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Michael Young has changed his mind and now would accept a trade to the New York Yankees, a source with direct knowledge of his thinking.

 

Also, the Yanks are now getting bites on Phil Hughes via MLBTR.


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Posted 03 August 2013 - 04:25 PM

Well after A-Rod's latest outbursts the Yankees are not willing to discuss a buyout settlement nor is MLB willing to discuss a suspension settlement. According to Mark Feinsand of the NY Daily News, MLB is most likely going to suspend him for the rest of 2013 and all of 2014, with the small chance Selig tries the lifetime ban. A-Rod is expected to appeal any suspension and fight to the end.

 

So what I'm getting at here is A-Rod could return to the Yankees on Monday, playing because of an appeal. That would actually be great news for the Yankees considering they've had the worst 3B production in MLB this year: .213/.273/.283 .250 wOBA 51 wRC+ - absolutely atrocious. A league average (100 wRC+) A-Rod would be a huge improvement.

 

If he hit his 2012 line of .272/.353/.430 .342 wOBA 114 wRC+, I'd be beyond thrilled. Monumental upgrade if it happens. I just hope the Yankees don't find a way to keep him off the field during his appeal. Love him or hate him - they need him desperately right now.


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Posted 03 August 2013 - 06:57 PM

Just got this alert from ESPN:
ESPN MLB - Yankees' Alex Rodriguez to be suspended Monday, likely through end of '14 season, sources tell OTL
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Posted 03 August 2013 - 08:41 PM

Just got this alert from ESPN:
ESPN MLB - Yankees' Alex Rodriguez to be suspended Monday, likely through end of '14 season, sources tell OTL

That seems like the most likely outcome but it seems like a lot of reporters think he'll appeal, which I hope he does. Not a sure thing he does that though. I just hope we find out relatively early Monday. I imagine they'd have to announce suspensions sometime in the afternoon.


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Posted 04 August 2013 - 03:03 PM

http://espn.go.com/n...cording-sources

 

 

MLB is expected to declare that Rodriguez is not eligible to play while he appeals, invoking the powers of the commissioner to protect the best interests of the game. Rodriguez has said he will appeal any suspension, and is expected to file a grievance if MLB refuses to let him play while he appeals.

"If this goes to arbitration, it could get very, very ugly," a source told ESPN New York's Ian O'Connor.

 

http://www.usatoday....monday/2616989/

 

 

Rodriguez, 38, plans to immediately file an appeal, a person familiar with Rodriguez's strategy told USA TODAY Sports, which would allow him to play for the Yankees Monday night in Chicago against the White Sox. The appeal would be heard by arbitrator Fredric Horowitz in the next three weeks.

What a mess this whole thing continues to become. So my original hope of him being able to play during appeal could be dashed or put in jeopardy since Selig wants to prevent that. Who knows what a grievance would do or how long that would take to play out. Plus, even ignoring that, if he was allowed to play during an appeal, apparently it would only last for 3 weeks and then they'd go to the arbitrator.


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Posted 04 August 2013 - 05:54 PM

Joel Sherman clears some stuff up. Yankees should have A-Rod in the line up tomorrow.

 

https://twitter.com/...156710060957697

 

"#Yankees have been told A-Rod is being suspended tmrw, but also that if he appeals Selig not using his CBA powers to keep form field (cont)"

 

https://twitter.com/...156791535304705

 

"Thus, as long as A-Rod does appeal and doesn't incur a new injury he is playing tomorrow nite for #Yankees"


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Posted 04 August 2013 - 08:01 PM

ESPN MLB NYY - Yankees SS Derek Jeter has strained right calf, DL stint possible

Jesus...
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Posted 04 August 2013 - 08:48 PM

ESPN MLB NYY - Yankees SS Derek Jeter has strained right calf, DL stint possible

Jesus...

I know it's only a grade 1 strain but given his health I fear this is going to be a DL stint. Almost have to wonder if he can come back and stay healthy as a strictly DH player. It's too bad since they just got Granderson back and I was looking forward to also having Jeter and A-Rod with him.

 

I wonder what's going to happen with Jeter after this year. He has a $8M player option with a $3M buyout. I had assumed he would get the buyout and more money for 2014 if he stayed healthy which he hasn't. I hope he elects to use the $8M option.

 

Also, how bad has Hughes been lately. Phil Hughes last 5 starts: 23.2 IP, 28 H, 19 R, 16 ER, 9 BB, 18 K, 6 HR, 6.08 ERA I'm pissed the Yankees can't even offer Hughes a qualifying offer now to recoup the compensatory pick now. He'd take it at this point. Unfortunately the Yankees are stuck with him in the rotation with Phelps and Pineda recently suffering setbacks and Nuno still injured.


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Posted 04 August 2013 - 09:40 PM

I would've shut Jeter down and tried to sell at the deadline. Foolish ownership and management don't get it.


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Posted 04 August 2013 - 10:15 PM

I would've shut Jeter down and tried to sell at the deadline. Foolish ownership and management don't get it.

I think it really comes down to Hal and Levine intentionally downgrading RF and C while knowing Jeter and A-Rod would be hurt to start the year. I can't really get on Cashman for any of this. He wanted to re-sign Martin and sign Schierholtz but Hal and Levine overruled him and insisted on signing the corpse of Ichiro to a 2 year deal. Cashman also didn't want to make the Soriano trade but Hal and Levine overruled him on that.  Imagine if Cashman had his way this offseason:

 

Russell Martin: .252/.356/.407 .339 wOBA 118 wRC+
Yankees C (27th in MLB): .226/.293/.319 .275 wOBA 68 wRC+

Nate Schierholtz: .268/.327/.500 .354 wOBA 122 wRC+
Yankees RF (26th in MLB): .259/.304/.375 .297 wOBA 83 wRC+

 

Unreal difference.

Still blows my mind that because of Hal's cheap austerity plan, they weren't willing to spend a couple extra million to keep Martin or give anyone a multiple year deal but signed Ichiro to a 2 year deal and acquired Wells and Soriano who were on multiple year deals. At least Wells can get cut since he doesn't count towards the tax next year. Hal is a horrible owner. He's pretty much eliminated the "pride and power" from "pride, power, and pinstripes."

 

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On the issue of selling at the deadline, I don't think it would've helped that much. Kuroda didn't waive his NTC when he was in LA when they were out of it and I imagine he would've done the same in this instance. Hughes has no value. Joba has negative value. Granderson's been hurt all year. Cano is likely to re-sign and he would've been the only chip they had to actually get something. They really had nothing to sell in my opinion.

 

With this being Rivera's last year, they were only a few games out of a playoff spot, Granderson, Jeter, and A-Rod all due back, I wanted them to add. Unfortunately not a lot of teams were selling so prices were too high to get anyone. I'm hoping for a miracle for this team to stay afloat in the race and acquire a Michael Young or Michael Morse.


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Posted 04 August 2013 - 11:09 PM

It really is a shame how unfortunate things are going around Mariano for his last year

Hughes is absolute garbage, I honestly believe that his career is just about over- at least with being a starter. Same with Joba.

You raised good points about Hal and how ridiculous his decisions are. We needed Martin to stay sooo badly. It's obvious what happens when someone just inherits a team like Hal.

I will say though, I hated the Montero trade from the second it happened. I believe that was Cashmans doing. We would be desperate right now for Montero's offense. Of course, he's in talks with the PED suspensions so that point is basically moot.

Regardless, you just simply can't lose Martin and Montero at C. It's clear we're a desperate team basically all around

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Posted 05 August 2013 - 06:21 AM

I think it really comes down to Hal and Levine intentionally downgrading RF and C while knowing Jeter and A-Rod would be hurt to start the year. I can't really get on Cashman for any of this. He wanted to re-sign Martin and sign Schierholtz but Hal and Levine overruled him and insisted on signing the corpse of Ichiro to a 2 year deal. Cashman also didn't want to make the Soriano trade but Hal and Levine overruled him on that.  Imagine if Cashman had his way this offseason:

 

I heard that too...what happened to Cashman being the czar of the organization?  I know they promised him a freer hand when he decided to stay a few years back.

 

In fairness to ownership, things would look a lot different offensively if they hadn't lost Jeter, Granderson, Texiera and even Youkilis basically for the year.  Even they can't survive those kinds of long-term losses.  


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Posted 05 August 2013 - 01:29 PM

I heard that too...what happened to Cashman being the czar of the organization?  I know they promised him a freer hand when he decided to stay a few years back.

 

In fairness to ownership, things would look a lot different offensively if they hadn't lost Jeter, Granderson, Texiera and even Youkilis basically for the year.  Even they can't survive those kinds of long-term losses.  

Cashman was promised autonomy in regards to personnel decisions back in 2005. It seems that when George Steinbrenner's health was declining and he ultimate passed away that Cashman lost a lot of power. Hal Steinbrenner and Randy Levine went against Cashman in re-signing A-Rod in 2007 after he opted out and then with various decisions since then (Rafael Soriano, others I mentioned earlier etc.)

 

It is a fair point that the injuries this year have been ridiculous for the Yankees. Especially losing Granderson (twice) and Teixeira the way they did - there was no way to expect that prior to the year. While it has affected the team negatively I'm still more concerned or irked by ownerships decisions prior to this year.


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Posted 05 August 2013 - 01:50 PM

Cashman was promised autonomy in regards to personnel decisions back in 2005. It seems that when George Steinbrenner's health was declining and he ultimate passed away that Cashman lost a lot of power. Hal Steinbrenner and Randy Levine went against Cashman in re-signing A-Rod in 2007 after he opted out and then with various decisions since then (Rafael Soriano, others I mentioned earlier etc.)

 

It is a fair point that the injuries this year have been ridiculous for the Yankees. Especially losing Granderson (twice) and Teixeira the way they did - there was no way to expect that prior to the year. While it has affected the team negatively I'm still more concerned or irked by ownerships decisions prior to this year.

 

ARod's deal was just as much Goldman Sachs' doing than Hal or Levine, probably moreso.  With that exception though, it seems that Cashman still holds the real power over personnel in the organization.   Hal and Levine just give him the budget.

 

So far as the Arod appeal, I think he has a good chance of winning in the sense that he'll end up with something like a 50 game suspension.  It has yet to be explained to me (perhaps because I'm not paying attention) where Selig can just impose a ban for someone that, under the letter of the CBA anyway, is a first-time offender.  

 

The only hook that Selig has is that these players' dirty laundry, would be aired in public, especially Braun, which is why he agreed to the 60 game ban.  Arod has a ton of money at stake, and not much of  reputation left to defend anway. 


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Posted 05 August 2013 - 04:25 PM

ARod's deal was just as much Goldman Sachs' doing than Hal or Levine, probably moreso.  With that exception though, it seems that Cashman still holds the real power over personnel in the organization.   Hal and Levine just give him the budget.

 

So far as the Arod appeal, I think he has a good chance of winning in the sense that he'll end up with something like a 50 game suspension.  It has yet to be explained to me (perhaps because I'm not paying attention) where Selig can just impose a ban for someone that, under the letter of the CBA anyway, is a first-time offender.  

 

The only hook that Selig has is that these players' dirty laundry, would be aired in public, especially Braun, which is why he agreed to the 60 game ban.  Arod has a ton of money at stake, and not much of  reputation left to defend anway. 

 

You're not wrong...I don't get how they can state they're staying within the CBA to suspend him then offer him a suspension term that isn't outlined in the CBA.  But I don't think he's getting any 50 games either, especially if they have evidence he was doing it multiple seasons.  I think his best-case is 100 games, and baseball's best case is a full year.  I doubt the 200+ is going to stand.


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Posted 05 August 2013 - 05:28 PM

Who else is listening to this press conference? "I'm humbled once again to put on this uniform." As much as I can't stand Alex, I hope he hits a home run tonight and Selig fumes. If I were Cashman, I would've got out a long time ago. People like Randy Levine have no place in baseball.


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Posted 05 August 2013 - 05:29 PM

ARod's deal was just as much Goldman Sachs' doing than Hal or Levine, probably moreso.  With that exception though, it seems that Cashman still holds the real power over personnel in the organization.   Hal and Levine just give him the budget.

 

So far as the Arod appeal, I think he has a good chance of winning in the sense that he'll end up with something like a 50 game suspension.  It has yet to be explained to me (perhaps because I'm not paying attention) where Selig can just impose a ban for someone that, under the letter of the CBA anyway, is a first-time offender.  

 

The only hook that Selig has is that these players' dirty laundry, would be aired in public, especially Braun, which is why he agreed to the 60 game ban.  Arod has a ton of money at stake, and not much of  reputation left to defend anway. 

Goldman Sachs managing directors John Mallory and Gerald Cardinale worked with that weasel Levine (the Yankees desperately need to get rid of this a$$hole) to get A-Rod's deal in 2007 done after Cashman recommended they avoid it. Levine's presence was huge to getting it done which is why I blame him mostly for the A-Rod mega deal.

 

Cashman has power but nowhere near the amount he should or what he was promised by George Steinbrenner back in 2005. I honestly wouldn't blame Cashman for leaving, the Yankees don't deserve him. Ownership going over his head has backfired so many times, especially this year. It's almost like Hal wants to turn the Yankees into a "Mickey Mouse organization." Perhaps Hal is too worried about his steakhouse or his sports bar that obstructs seats at the new country club  stadium instead of fielding a contending team. The fact that Hal and Levine would rather acquire the likes of Ichiro, Wells, and Soriano over Martin and Schierholtz is maddening.

 

The only thing I can get on Cashman is the poor drafting and player development the past decade or so. I'd also have to put some blame on Damon Oppenheimer and Mark Newman for that as well. The state of the farm system right now is really worrisome.

 

I agree A-Rod has a solid chance to win an appeal. This is only the start of what should be a long and messy process. In the press release I noticed he was suspended under the "Joint Drug Agreement" and "Basic Agreement." I don't know but if that "Basic Agreement" is under the CBA then that explains the odd number of games suspension and MLB trying to cover themselves since 211 games isn't acceptable under the "JDA." From what I gather, A-Rod already has an impressive team of lawyers ready to go.


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Posted 05 August 2013 - 10:42 PM

Splendid effort by your Bronx Bombers in Alex's return. Pettite needs to retire. Second and third. No one out. And Granderson chases the first pitch. Ichiro pops out and Nunez is overmatched. That sums up this team.


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Posted 05 August 2013 - 10:47 PM

Splendid effort by your Bronx Bombers in Alex's return. Pettite needs to retire. Second and third. No one out. And Granderson chases the first pitch. Ichiro pops out and Nunez is overmatched. That sums up this team.

an absolute mess right now. Just NOTHING is getting done. Simple as that, it's just about everyone
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Posted 05 August 2013 - 11:40 PM

It pains me to watch Pettitte perform like this. I have so much respect for him and he's one of my favorite players. I hate to think about him retiring (again) because I'll miss watching him pitch, but he looks done right now. Hopefully he can at least finish the year out strong.

 

Even though he hasn't been pitching that well, he sure hasn't had much luck lately with some bloop hits and the like. His .324 on BABIP is high for any pitcher and higher than his career average of .308 which is still high for a pitcher. His ERA of 4.71 doesn't really mesh with his 3.89 FIP or 3.94 xFIP so hopefully some regression is coming. Though his K/9 of 6.28 is the lowest he's had since the 2007 (5.89) which is worrisome.

Glancing at the pitch type section of fangraphs it's interesting his velocity is in line with his career norms and is actually up a bit from last year - though perhaps the season off played a factor with last year's numbers. Nothing too eye opening in the plate discipline section that would cause concern. Maybe the issue is mechanical for him, I don't know.

 

Crazy stat from twitter: The Yankees have won one game started by someone other than Kuroda or Nova over the last four weeks.


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