…that is the question. However, it would seem that the question has been answered. From Moshe’s post, via Pete Caldera:
Out in the Bronx, there is no cause to add a slugging left fielder to the Yankees’ lineup.
“Our team is, for the most part, set,” Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said [...]
Earlier today, Moshe wrote about Bryan Hoch’s recent article detailing Kevin Long’s busy winter, as he’ll be meeting with Curtis Granderson, Nick Johnson, and an assortment of other Yankees this offseason. However, one player noticeably absent from Hoch’s report was Robinson Cano.
A few days ago I put up a post comapring the current Yankees and Red Sox rosters, on paper (the bombers won). I used Fangraphs and Baseball Prospectus to value players on either team. Those two sites didn’t agree on a lot of player values, and often disagreed about which team [...]
In 2008, Alex Rodriguez’s defense at third base had declined significantly.
Though his UZR was a respectable -2.6 — basically an average mark — a significant portion of that figure was masked by Alex’s ability to refrain from making errors, as he was worth 3.1 error runs (ErrR) above average. A player’s UZR [...]
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When word first broke that the Yankees had acquired Javy Vazquez and that the 5th starter spot would become a competition between Phil Hughes and Joba Chamberlain, I suggested that I would select Joba over Hughes because he has greater potential. That claim was [...]
Last offseason, we read a number of stories about Kevin Long traveling to the Dominican to help Robinson Cano retool his swing after an atrocious 2008. Cano closed his stance a bit and stayed back on pitches on the outer half, and he had a spectacular 2009. This offseason, Long has work with some other [...]
I know this particular bit of news is a few days old, but since I hadn’t gotten a chance to comment on it and it’s an otherwise slow Friday baseball morning in January, I wanted to add my voice to the chorus of those who will miss David Cone [...]
We can all argue the merits plus/minus for the top 11, but the deeper you go on the list the more you wonder what some of these guys are smoking. Here’s the list:
Don Mattingly — 87 – 16.1%
Dave Parker – 82 – 15.2%
Dale Murphy — 63 – [...]
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