A really interesting debate came up this morning when I wrote about our newest minor league catcher, J.R. Murphy, that I believe deserves its own thread. I wrote:
Do we have too many catchers in the system? The typical answer is “You can never have too many catchers.” While I agree to a point, [...]
Dave Allen (FanGraphs) has a nice writeup on Phil Hughes’ transition from the rotation to the ‘pen. Here’s Allen’s final take on Hughes’ future:
Phil Hughes will be the Yankee’s 8th inning man for his year and the playoffs, but next year it will be interesting to see what they do. Using the FanGraphs [...]
From Jon Heyman (SI):
It’s become obvious that Jose Molina is CC Sabathia‘s personal catcher, though no one’s admitted it yet. Sabathia, by the way, hit 98 on the gun Sunday night. He gets better as he goes, it seems. While he’s supposedly not having a great year, he leads the AL in wins [...]
Well, I guess it’s 5 starts after today’s game against Texas.
From George King III (NY Post):
Joba Chamberlain isn’t wild about the innings limit on his right arm and how it has led to long stretches of inactivity in the second half. But he admits his arm is in very good shape.
From Jon Heyman (SI):
The Yankees intend to try to bring back Johnny Damon, probably for about $6-8 million a year (that’ll be the first offer, anyway), and might be willing to give him a second year. Damon’s been saying in the papers all year that he wants to be back, which is quite [...]
I never judge a draft class until we know which players have signed or not. The Yankees brought in some expected and some unexpected talent at the signing deadline this year, and now we can finally step back and take a look at what happened in the beginning of the June.
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Scranton beaten by Buffalo, 7-2
Anthony Claggett took the loss, giving up 4 runs (2 earned) on 7 hits in 5 innings of work, and struck out 3. Zach Kroenke gave up 2 runs on 4 hits in 2 innings, and struck out 3. Kevin Whelan struck out 3 in 1 inning of relief, but [...]
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