He's fulfilling a dream though, he's playing a game he loves and getting paid at a major league salary now, something he wasn't getting being a NY Yankee..
That's nice and all but he isn't going to make the Yankees regret not keeping him.
You could be right robbie, but they had no place for him.. Lots of teams hate to let someone go but that's baseball, you can't keep them all.. Maxwell will get his chance to prove if he's a major league player for a weak team that's in transition.. A team that needs to buy low and get some high returns.. The Yankees just don't fall into that category.. The have paid players to perform and they have to follow through with their contracts or just cut ties and lose the money they have committed.. It's a business and it's all about the money.. The bit the bullet with AJ they aren't going to continue to pay other players to play for some one else..