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    do you think the yankees will get cj wilson and trade for a starting picher and then are the yankees going to get a hiter or 2

    hugeyankeesfan
    November 15, 2011
    7:41 PM
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    forget about lee lets go get greinke,its sunday night

    GoneSunshine2010
    December 12, 2010
    9:37 PM
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    Yes I would like to know why are the yankees playing hardball with Johnny Damon just give him the money after all we the fans are the the ones who pay the players salary anyway.

    jrock
    January 23, 2010
    1:47 PM
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    Here's one for the Hot Stove Crew: Everyone knows Derek Jeter isn't going to play shortstop forever. Is there any chance that this is the year that they move Jeter to LF and either sign a SS or promote someone from within? Isn't it better to let Jeter transition away from SS coming off of a great year (excellent year in the field, coming off of a WS win) instead of a down year? Jeff G Marlton NJ

    njheeb
    December 10, 2009
    6:31 PM
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    I'm not sure I'm liking this rumor I'm hearing about the Yankees trading for Grandersen. Yankees would have to give up Austin Jackson, Ian Kennedy, Phil Coke and Mike Dunn. That's way too much. We would get back Grandersen and some prospects from the D-backs. I like Grandersen, but who's to say Jackson isn't the same type of player. If I'm trading Jackson this offseason, it's for Halladay.

    yankeesjetsfan
    December 8, 2009
    11:21 AM
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    It would appear that Petitte will be back so the front three of CC, AJ and Andy are there. From there it goes to Joba, Hughes, Wang, Kennedy, Mitre or Gaudin. Wang is said to be working hard but won't be ready until May. Gaudin and Mitre are marginal pitchers so that leaves the logical choice of Hughes as a starter and Joba back in the pen. If my analysis is correct we need a number four starter until and if Wang comes back. Also we must address the arms in the outfield at some point. Love Cervelli instead of Molina which saves a few bucks. As for Halladay he is great but we would have to give up plenty and then pay huge money after this year. I would think the biggest part of this deal would be who else is signable next year.

    gman
    December 7, 2009
    5:12 PM
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    No thank you to Roy Halladay. Halladay would cost way to much in prospects and money and for what? A 33-year old pitcher who is somewhat injury prone and nearing the end of his prime. I'll also pass on Lackey too. He just doesn't seem like a good fit in NY. He had elbow problems at the beginning of this season which scares me.

    SwishSalute33
    December 6, 2009
    4:46 PM
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    I am not trying to be a jerk, but "Trade Gardner, Hairston, Molina and Hinske for another center fielder, and/or some pitchers.' Besides the fact that those players will not be able to bring back any sort of starting pitcher with strong value, Hairson, Molina and Hinske arent even signed! How do you plan on acquiring a pitcher when 3/4 of your trade arent on the team?

    mikeyjoy87
    November 13, 2009
    1:52 PM
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    Don't say Sayonara to Matsui! More thrillas by Godzilla in year Ten!

    iluvjeter2
    November 13, 2009
    8:32 AM
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    All the Yankees really need at this point is pitching; they need at least 2 more good starting pitchers; we know by now that Joba is just never going to be a starter, and I wouldn't recommend putting Hughes as one either. Wang is questionable, so I would really like to add John Lackey and perhaps Arlodis Chapman. Halladay as a last resort. Losing Damon would be really, really foolish at this point...he works so well in the number 2 spot, and he really sets up Tex and A Rod to do some major damage, because he's always on base! It's not like the Yankees need any more power bats at this point, so I don't even know why they're looking at Holliday and Jason Bay...screw em' I say. Unless you wanna trade Gardner for another bat, go ahead, but Damon is a key player, and we would not have won the World Series without him. Matsui is great too, but he can't play the field and he certainly can't run like Damon can. All we need is pitching, then we're set. Trade Gardner, Hairston, Molina and Hinske for another center fielder, and/or some pitchers.

    NewYorkMinute
    November 13, 2009
    1:11 AM
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