Paul O'Neill was quoted in the New York Post as saying the following:
Ellsbury, Gardner and Headley need to have good years to take the pressure off the younger players. If you get off to a tough start, in my mind, younger players panic much easier than older players, and that’s why it’s imperative that they get off to a good start where the young guys can just get a little momentum going.Makes sense to me. But, is anyone here willing to bet the farm that Ellsbury, Gardner, and Headley will all have good years?
Anyone? Anyone? Anyone? Anyone? Anyone?