Friday, April 4, 2014

Is this a bad sign?


5 comments:

Project said...

You'd get a very different result for Cashman just by changing a couple of letters: Who's Ruining the Yankees?

Shelley said...

I notice that Jeter got a few votes. Steve Goldman (formerly of Baseball Prospectus, now at SB Nation) thinks that Jeter's exit from the playing field be forced early by subpar performance. So if the front office is the next logical step, maybe he'll be running the Yankees officially before the season's out:

http://www.sbnation.com/mlb/2014/4/1/5570838/derek-jeter-retirement-decline-mike-schmidt-uhf-weird-al

manx said...

Well John and Suzyn just told us not matter what the attendance in Toronto, the Blue Jays are owned by Rogers "and Rogers owns all the cable and all the cells in Canada" as John said. Suzyn made a quick comment saying "It's called a monopoly".

Tex Message said...

I don't think it's as bad a sign as Tanaka giving up a homerun to his first batter...

John M said...

Professor Tanaka settled down and was great. Yang has found his yin. Ichiro is batting .556. I'll enjoy that while I can. All is right with the world.

Duque, not to worry. Cash and Girardi probably are lizard overlords.