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From Joel Serman (h/t to Fack Youk), we get an interesting report on the Yankee ownership’s unwillingness to spend past their stated budget:
The Yankees are telling agents that they only have $2 million, at most, to spend on a left fielder. They figure Damon, [...]
From ESPN’s Keith Law:
“Either Nady or [Reed] Johnson represent marginal improvements that may not justify the cost. Neither is really a full-time player. Johnson is strictly a platoon player, and can back up Granderson, but they have Gardner for that. Nady, even when healthy, was a platoon guy until ’08. I’m not [...]
One item we always hear about when discussing Yankee outfielder, Brett Gardner, is his tremendous plate discipline, a skill viewed through the prism of his stellar minor league on-base percentage (.388). Well, this past season, though Gardner’s OBP of .345 was not the best display of plate patience on the Yankees with [...]
With the recent reports that the Yankees are only willing to spend $2 million on a left fielder, Yankee fans are slowly coming to grips with the fact that Brett Gardner and his .352 career slugging may be our everyday player in left. Now that you’re done breathing into a paper bag, [...]
I’m going to put the numbers of two different pitchers up in a moment.
Both pitchers were pretty similar. They pitched across widely the same era, though they did it in different leagues. They both last pitched in the Majors in 2008, and one ended his career on a very high note and [...]
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Yesterday, I discussed my feelings about UZR, and suggested that a weighted average of 3 years worth of UZR data would be a more useful metric than our current version of UZR. I was informed that Fangraphs does in fact have a leaderboard for defense that [...]
Seriously, what business is it of ours that Mark McGwire took a supposed performance enhancing substance that wasn’t even banned by baseball while he played? What makes all of us so high and mighty?
I have yet to see a direct scientific correlation that shows that steroids magically gift [...]
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