Here are a few quick items on the evening:
The guys over at Pinstripe Alley have a nice Q&A out with Fanhouse’s own, Frankie Piliere. Brian Cashman on Hideki Matsui: “Hideki Matsui will be one of the best deals I ever made.” Joe at River Ave Blues takes a look at [...]
Could Johnny Damon end up playing for Jim Leyland?
From Lynn Henning of the Detroit News:
Johnny Damon, the free-agent outfielder who helped the Yankees to a world championship in 2009, would be happy to talk with the Tigers.
“Johnny believes the addition of him to Detroit’s lineup would make the Tigers a [...]
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For the last decade or so, a club like the Toronto Blue Jays has found competing to be an almost impossible task. They do not have the money to parry with the Yankees and Red Sox of the world, but have not been quite awful enough to [...]
For those Yankeeist followers who don’t have a BP subscription, PECOTA has been updated yet again. Previously BP had taken flack because the site projected the Yankees to miss the playoffs. The site managers reacted to the criticism, reviewed the numbers, and put the Yankees in a 1st place tie with the Red Sox. [...]
Previously, I found the “middle ground” of projections for Jorge Posada, Curtis Granderson, and Brett Gardner. Now, I think it’s time that I did the same for a pitcher. I’ll be using the same process that I did for the hitters: averaging out the projections on the FanGraphs page–CHONE, Marcel, Bill James, and the Fans–and [...]
A few weeks ago, EJ advocated flipping Brett Gardner, the presumptive left fielder, with center fielder Curtis Granderson, so as to maximize the defensive value that the Yankees can extract from both players. Matt ran the defensive numbers and confirmed EJ’s belief that Gardner in center provided the most value, and Steve
SG’s 2010 CAIRO MLB standings projections were released last week. This made everything right with the Yankee Universe. CAIRO has the pinstripes smoking the field, cruising to 102 wins, with all of baseball in the rearview mirror. The sound you heard was the entire Yankee fan base smirking, drooling for the season to [...]
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