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15 years ago  ::  Nov 30, 2006 - 3:37PM #1
Yankee27
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The Yankees have to be planning something big when the winter meeting start next week as far as a trade goes. They are very quiet with the free agent pitchers. After last year, expect the pitching rotation to be vastly different.
15 years ago  ::  Nov 30, 2006 - 4:53PM #2
vicki
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The Yankees will do what they can but honestly I rather they don't do something just for the sake of signing someone. There isn't much available and those that are just want way to long a contract and I hope the Yankees don't lock any one in foe a long time. In 2 years we will have a completly diffrent team I can't wait and the rookies can all get there chance.
15 years ago  ::  Nov 30, 2006 - 4:55PM #3
raven
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They do need another starter either via trade or free agency.
15 years ago  ::  Nov 30, 2006 - 10:07PM #4
BPIB
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We shall see what the Yanks have up their sleeves within the next few weeks.

15 years ago  ::  Nov 30, 2006 - 10:36PM #5
yankeesrbest
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I have to agree with you from Zito on down no one is worth signing. I still say go with the young guns and let them help us.
15 years ago  ::  Dec 01, 2006 - 12:42AM #6
YankeesJunkie
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WIth all the good, quality prospects the Yankees have, I think a big acuasition is never out of the question.
15 years ago  ::  Dec 01, 2006 - 12:49AM #7
Sorianodude12
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I think right now, Roger Clemens is the best pitcher on the FA market. But Cashman always does something big and usually keeps quiet about it so I think he may have something up his sleeve. He's a very good GM and knows what to do to make the team better and I think acquiring a top of the rotation starter in a trade is definitely probable, even likely. Something will happen, whether they sign someone or make a trade but we'll get someone to fill out the rotation.
15 years ago  ::  Dec 01, 2006 - 4:52AM #8
YankeesJunkie
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I think acquiring Clemens for a one year contract would be a bad move because he costs to much money and for that type of money I don't he can follow through.

15 years ago  ::  Dec 01, 2006 - 4:57AM #9
Ed
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I disagree, I think Clemens is exactly what the Yankees need (and I say this as someone who is completely tired of the guy, I wish he'd just retire already).


But if he's not gonna retire, the Yankees need someone who can offer presence and high-quality performance. And they don't need any long-term commitments given what's developing on the farm. I'd be reluctant, though, if he's offered arbitration. Don't want to give up any draft picks.

15 years ago  ::  Dec 01, 2006 - 5:00AM #10
YankeesJunkie
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The main problem I have though is I don't think he will be able to give high performances in the AL East as he did in the NL Central. Not to mention that he is 44/45, I think for that type of money there are too many risks for the rewards.
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