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Can Didi have his #3 spot back?
2 weeks ago  ::  Jun 12, 2018 - 9:23PM #1
BoogiedownBx
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looks like hes out of his slump, and Bird is batting under .200 (.180 to be exact)

 
2 weeks ago  ::  Jun 12, 2018 - 9:28PM #2
louisiana_lightning
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I think it’s time.
2 weeks ago  ::  Jun 12, 2018 - 9:30PM #3
NYYTorres25
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I'll agree

2 weeks ago  ::  Jun 12, 2018 - 9:32PM #4
bomberhojoe
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Bird and Didi should be 3, 5 or 5, 3
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2 weeks ago  ::  Jun 12, 2018 - 9:37PM #5
Jpep
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It would take an act of congress to get Cashman's boyfriend out of the 3 spot. However I would give Didi a little more time before doing any moving up for him. That might put him in a bad spot just coming out of that messy slump.

2 weeks ago  ::  Jun 12, 2018 - 9:47PM #6
mikedorb
Posts: 727

Jun 12, 2018 -- 9:37PM, Jpep wrote:


It would take an act of congress to get Cashman's boyfriend out of the 3 spot. However I would give Didi a little more time before doing any moving up for him. That might put him in a bad spot just coming out of that messy slump.




They should consider sending Bird down to Scranton to try to find his stroke and see if there is anything there after all of the injuries. This just isn't working. Single handedly he is trying to kill the Yankees tonight. And I am almost certain he still has options left. If I was Cashman I might start looking around for some help at first base. The combination of Bird and Austin isn't cutting it. In the mwantime I would put Neil Walker back at first base against right handets. He is probably the best option currently on the roster. 

2 weeks ago  ::  Jun 12, 2018 - 9:51PM #7
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 11,355

Jun 12, 2018 -- 9:47PM, mikedorb wrote:


Jun 12, 2018 -- 9:37PM, Jpep wrote:


It would take an act of congress to get Cashman's boyfriend out of the 3 spot. However I would give Didi a little more time before doing any moving up for him. That might put him in a bad spot just coming out of that messy slump.




They should consider sending Bird down to Scranton to try to find his stroke and see if there is anything there after all of the injuries. This just isn't working. Single handedly he is trying to kill the Yankees tonight. And I am almost certain he still has options left. If I was Cashman I might start looking around for some help at first base. The combination of Bird and Austin isn't cutting it. In the mwantime I would put Neil Walker back at first base against right handets. He is probably the best option currently on the roster. 




Unless if anyone knows otherwise I was under the impression that Bird is out of minor league options.  In order to send him down the Yankees would need to DFA him and expose him to every other team.


They could place Drury at 1B.  He has been raking in Scranton and has a good amount of minor league experience at 1B.  I can’t say I consider Walker’s bat an upgrade and he has no future here.

2 weeks ago  ::  Jun 12, 2018 - 10:05PM #8
mikedorb
Posts: 727

Jun 12, 2018 -- 9:51PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jun 12, 2018 -- 9:47PM, mikedorb wrote:


Jun 12, 2018 -- 9:37PM, Jpep wrote:


It would take an act of congress to get Cashman's boyfriend out of the 3 spot. However I would give Didi a little more time before doing any moving up for him. That might put him in a bad spot just coming out of that messy slump.




They should consider sending Bird down to Scranton to try to find his stroke and see if there is anything there after all of the injuries. This just isn't working. Single handedly he is trying to kill the Yankees tonight. And I am almost certain he still has options left. If I was Cashman I might start looking around for some help at first base. The combination of Bird and Austin isn't cutting it. In the mwantime I would put Neil Walker back at first base against right handets. He is probably the best option currently on the roster. 




Unless if anyone knows otherwise I was under the impression that Bird is out of minor league options.  In order to send him down the Yankees would need to DFA him and expose him to every other team.


They could place Drury at 1B.  He has been raking in Scranton and has a good amount of minor league experience at 1B.  I can’t say I consider Walker’s bat an upgrade and he has no future here.




I think he still has options left. Before Bird had his shoulder surgery prior to the 2016 season the plan was to have him begin the season at Scranton because they still had Tex and A-Rod for 1st base and dh. They would have wanted Bird to get at bats everyday and he wouldn't have been able to do that with the Yankees as long as Tex and A-Rod were there. But ultimately he spent the entire 2016 season on the major league dl so they used no option on him that season. And the same in 2017.  

2 weeks ago  ::  Jun 12, 2018 - 10:12PM #9
tonythewiz
Posts: 10

Jun 12, 2018 -- 10:05PM, mikedorb wrote:


Jun 12, 2018 -- 9:51PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jun 12, 2018 -- 9:47PM, mikedorb wrote:


Jun 12, 2018 -- 9:37PM, Jpep wrote:


It would take an act of congress to get Cashman's boyfriend out of the 3 spot. However I would give Didi a little more time before doing any moving up for him. That might put him in a bad spot just coming out of that messy slump.




They should consider sending Bird down to Scranton to try to find his stroke and see if there is anything there after all of the injuries. This just isn't working. Single handedly he is trying to kill the Yankees tonight. And I am almost certain he still has options left. If I was Cashman I might start looking around for some help at first base. The combination of Bird and Austin isn't cutting it. In the mwantime I would put Neil Walker back at first base against right handets. He is probably the best option currently on the roster. 




Unless if anyone knows otherwise I was under the impression that Bird is out of minor league options.  In order to send him down the Yankees would need to DFA him and expose him to every other team.


They could place Drury at 1B.  He has been raking in Scranton and has a good amount of minor league experience at 1B.  I can’t say I consider Walker’s bat an upgrade and he has no future here.




I think he still has options left. Before Bird had his shoulder surgery prior to the 2016 season the plan was to have him begin the season at Scranton because they still had Tex and A-Rod for 1st base and dh. They would have wanted Bird to get at bats everyday and he wouldn't have been able to do that with the Yankees as long as Tex and A-Rod were there. But ultimately he spent the entire 2016 season on the major league dl so they used no option on him that season. And the same in 2017.  



  I would go so far to bring up Ryan Mcbroom who they got from Toronto. Was hitting .389 at Trenton and now hitting .285 with 7 HRS at SWB.   He couldn't be any worse than Bird. Right now Bird is not even close to being ready for the major leagues. And for option who cares you always say he hurt his thumb or whatever. 

2 weeks ago  ::  Jun 12, 2018 - 10:13PM #10
tonythewiz
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They should consider sending Bird down to Scranton to try to find his stroke and see if there is anything there after all of the injuries. This just isn't working. Single handedly he is trying to kill the Yankees tonight. And I am almost certain he still has options left. If I was Cashman I might start looking around for some help at first base. The combination of Bird and Austin isn't cutting it. In the mwantime I would put Neil Walker back at first base against right handets. He is probably the best option currently on the roster. 

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