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4 years ago  ::  Mar 09, 2019 - 10:48AM #21
nost
Posts: 324

Mar 9, 2019 -- 10:22AM, Paterson wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 10:49AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 8:46AM, bomberhojoe wrote:


I agree Cashman has not impressed with building a rotation. Sabathia was the highlight of his starting pitcher pickups, IMO and he was pretty much a no brainer. Hopefully, Happ and Paxton perform.




You think Sabbathia > Paxton? 




 Just an observation....Sabathia's WAR in '18 was 2.3, Paxton's a 2.9.  



 





I would have never brought back CC.  This team cannot accept change and move on from older players.



What should have happened is they should have signed a younger Sp and moved everyone down.


CC is hurt and hanging out on ESPN now I mean really come on guys.  You don't think they could have done better?




Same goes for Brett Gardner another year with this guy getting 400 at bats to many when they "could" have done better.




4 years ago  ::  Mar 10, 2019 - 4:55PM #22
thestraw44
Posts: 974

Mar 8, 2019 -- 6:42PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 5:42PM, allierey wrote:


Cashman can not handle pitchers, by the way I rate him as the worse GM in MLB===opinion!




You're  entitled to your opinion, but I'll  go by the opinion of most baseball experts who consider him one of the best. Funny  how some fans dwell on his mistakes , which all GM's make, but sweep all his good accomplishments under the carpet . 




I’d like to hear about all those accomplishments that has won us the division just twice in the last decade Undecided. You Trashman apologists can excuse all the rotation failures (every team gets its fair share of injuries so save it) and terrible roster construction (logjammming, lack of fundamentals and dumpster diving for yrs with still no corner IFers to show for it), but the results speak for themselves. Let’s just see how another year of the Gambler works out for you Uber Optimists. I’m gonna laugh at y’all when the results don’t match your assessments of this hack GM (glorified accountant). P.S. Don’t go spouting 100 wins like I didn’t watch how the second half played out. This is not a win now team but one with a ton of question marks due to our brilliant GM. Next thing you know, you’re gonna **** on me and tell me it’s raining, right, fool? 

4 years ago  ::  Mar 10, 2019 - 6:07PM #23
allierey
Posts: 324

Mar 8, 2019 -- 6:04PM, dixieyank wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 5:42PM, allierey wrote:


Cashman can not handle pitchers, by the way I rate him as the worse GM in MLB===opinion!




Your opinions get dumber by the day..



sc$nb#g!

4 years ago  ::  Mar 10, 2019 - 6:09PM #24
luvdayanks
Posts: 31,514

Mar 10, 2019 -- 4:55PM, thestraw44 wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 6:42PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 5:42PM, allierey wrote:


Cashman can not handle pitchers, by the way I rate him as the worse GM in MLB===opinion!




You're  entitled to your opinion, but I'll  go by the opinion of most baseball experts who consider him one of the best. Funny  how some fans dwell on his mistakes , which all GM's make, but sweep all his good accomplishments under the carpet . 




I’d like to hear about all those accomplishments that has won us the division just twice in the last decade . You Trashman apologists can excuse all the rotation failures (every team gets its fair share of injuries so save it) and terrible roster construction (logjammming, lack of fundamentals and dumpster diving for yrs with still no corner IFers to show for it), but the results speak for themselves. Let’s just see how another year of the Gambler works out for you Uber Optimists. I’m gonna laugh at y’all when the results don’t match your assessments of this hack GM (glorified accountant). P.S. Don’t go spouting 100 wins like I didn’t watch how the second half played out. This is not a win now team but one with a ton of question marks due to our brilliant GM. Next thing you know, you’re gonna **** on me and tell me it’s raining, right, fool? 




I've  got a better idea if you're  not happy with Cashman and this team ,  leave and go root for another team. No one will miss you fool.

4 years ago  ::  Mar 10, 2019 - 6:45PM #25
hampfan
Posts: 3,763

Mar 10, 2019 -- 6:09PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Mar 10, 2019 -- 4:55PM, thestraw44 wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 6:42PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 5:42PM, allierey wrote:


Cashman can not handle pitchers, by the way I rate him as the worse GM in MLB===opinion!




You're  entitled to your opinion, but I'll  go by the opinion of most baseball experts who consider him one of the best. Funny  how some fans dwell on his mistakes , which all GM's make, but sweep all his good accomplishments under the carpet . 




I’d like to hear about all those accomplishments that has won us the division just twice in the last decade . You Trashman apologists can excuse all the rotation failures (every team gets its fair share of injuries so save it) and terrible roster construction (logjammming, lack of fundamentals and dumpster diving for yrs with still no corner IFers to show for it), but the results speak for themselves. Let’s just see how another year of the Gambler works out for you Uber Optimists. I’m gonna laugh at y’all when the results don’t match your assessments of this hack GM (glorified accountant). P.S. Don’t go spouting 100 wins like I didn’t watch how the second half played out. This is not a win now team but one with a ton of question marks due to our brilliant GM. Next thing you know, you’re gonna **** on me and tell me it’s raining, right, fool? 




I've  got a better idea if you're  not happy with Cashman and this team ,  leave and go root for another team. No one will miss you fool.




I understand your frustration at such negative comments, luvda, but he's got a right to express them. It's an opinion that (I think, at least) deserves some consideration. S just emphasizes the negative a bit too much. We have to keep in mind that until very recently, Cashman has had an advantage that most other GMs haven't had to construct winning teams: Steinbrenner money and a George Steinbrenner****-Yankee-fan mentality that expects winning, although clearly no longer "at all cost." I think the 2019 season will tell us if Cashman's vision for our team deserves major kudos. So far, he's still in the top tier, imo.

4 years ago  ::  Mar 10, 2019 - 7:23PM #26
allierey
Posts: 324

Mar 8, 2019 -- 6:42PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 5:42PM, allierey wrote:


Cashman can not handle pitchers, by the way I rate him as the worse GM in MLB===opinion!




You're  entitled to your opinion, but I'll  go by the opinion of most baseball experts who consider him one of the best. Funny  how some fans dwell on his mistakes , which all GM's make, but sweep all his good accomplishments under the carpet . 



I Agree withyou but I do not like cashman, that is only my opinion

4 years ago  ::  Mar 10, 2019 - 8:07PM #27
luvdayanks
Posts: 31,514

Mar 10, 2019 -- 6:45PM, hampfan wrote:


Mar 10, 2019 -- 6:09PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Mar 10, 2019 -- 4:55PM, thestraw44 wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 6:42PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 5:42PM, allierey wrote:


Cashman can not handle pitchers, by the way I rate him as the worse GM in MLB===opinion!




You're  entitled to your opinion, but I'll  go by the opinion of most baseball experts who consider him one of the best. Funny  how some fans dwell on his mistakes , which all GM's make, but sweep all his good accomplishments under the carpet . 




I’d like to hear about all those accomplishments that has won us the division just twice in the last decade . You Trashman apologists can excuse all the rotation failures (every team gets its fair share of injuries so save it) and terrible roster construction (logjammming, lack of fundamentals and dumpster diving for yrs with still no corner IFers to show for it), but the results speak for themselves. Let’s just see how another year of the Gambler works out for you Uber Optimists. I’m gonna laugh at y’all when the results don’t match your assessments of this hack GM (glorified accountant). P.S. Don’t go spouting 100 wins like I didn’t watch how the second half played out. This is not a win now team but one with a ton of question marks due to our brilliant GM. Next thing you know, you’re gonna **** on me and tell me it’s raining, right, fool? 




I've  got a better idea if you're  not happy with Cashman and this team ,  leave and go root for another team. No one will miss you fool.




I understand your frustration at such negative comments, luvda, but he's got a right to express them. It's an opinion that (I think, at least) deserves some consideration. S just emphasizes the negative a bit too much. We have to keep in mind that until very recently, Cashman has had an advantage that most other GMs haven't had to construct winning teams: Steinbrenner money and a George Steinbrenner****-Yankee-fan mentality that expects winning, although clearly no longer "at all cost." I think the 2019 season will tell us if Cashman's vision for our team deserves major kudos. So far, he's still in the top tier, imo.




He does   have a right to his opinions as do I, but not by insulting posters and demeaning them by calling  them Cashman apologists and in this case, fool. His problem is he  never has anything good to say and  constantly beats a dead horse with his hate for Cashman. He's  unable to carry on an intelligent dialog without insults and disdain. I usually  stay  away from his whiny posts, but in this case he replied to a post directed to another poster, not him.


I agree with you that this year could be a litmus test for Cashman, and that he's  still in the top tier.

4 years ago  ::  Mar 11, 2019 - 11:33AM #28
felipe27point5
Posts: 2,645

Mar 9, 2019 -- 10:48AM, nost wrote:


Mar 9, 2019 -- 10:22AM, Paterson wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 10:49AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 8:46AM, bomberhojoe wrote:


I agree Cashman has not impressed with building a rotation. Sabathia was the highlight of his starting pitcher pickups, IMO and he was pretty much a no brainer. Hopefully, Happ and Paxton perform.




You think Sabbathia > Paxton? 




 Just an observation....Sabathia's WAR in '18 was 2.3, Paxton's a 2.9.  



 





I would have never brought back CC.  This team cannot accept change and move on from older players.



What should have happened is they should have signed a younger Sp and moved everyone down.


CC is hurt and hanging out on ESPN now I mean really come on guys.  You don't think they could have done better?




Same goes for Brett Gardner another year with this guy getting 400 at bats to many when they "could" have done better.







What is your aversion to clubhouse leaders?


"Hanging out on ESPN" as opposed to hanging out on a golf course, or hanging out in a studio doing his podcast like last year. C'mon

You are welcome to recall my posts when it becomes that i'm proven wrong as long as we judge it on the merits of what we knew to be true at the time it was posted.
4 years ago  ::  Mar 11, 2019 - 11:53AM #29
nost
Posts: 324

Mar 11, 2019 -- 11:33AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Mar 9, 2019 -- 10:48AM, nost wrote:


Mar 9, 2019 -- 10:22AM, Paterson wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 10:49AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 8:46AM, bomberhojoe wrote:


I agree Cashman has not impressed with building a rotation. Sabathia was the highlight of his starting pitcher pickups, IMO and he was pretty much a no brainer. Hopefully, Happ and Paxton perform.




You think Sabbathia > Paxton? 




 Just an observation....Sabathia's WAR in '18 was 2.3, Paxton's a 2.9.  



 





I would have never brought back CC.  This team cannot accept change and move on from older players.



What should have happened is they should have signed a younger Sp and moved everyone down.


CC is hurt and hanging out on ESPN now I mean really come on guys.  You don't think they could have done better?




Same goes for Brett Gardner another year with this guy getting 400 at bats to many when they "could" have done better.







What is your aversion to clubhouse leaders?


"Hanging out on ESPN" as opposed to hanging out on a golf course, or hanging out in a studio doing his podcast like last year. C'mon





Keep trying convince yourself that the Yankees don't need SP.


I'm worried about a clubhouse leader that hits 200 out in left field.  This is great logic.

4 years ago  ::  Mar 11, 2019 - 11:56AM #30
felipe27point5
Posts: 2,645

Mar 11, 2019 -- 11:53AM, nost wrote:


Mar 11, 2019 -- 11:33AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Mar 9, 2019 -- 10:48AM, nost wrote:


Mar 9, 2019 -- 10:22AM, Paterson wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 10:49AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Mar 8, 2019 -- 8:46AM, bomberhojoe wrote:


I agree Cashman has not impressed with building a rotation. Sabathia was the highlight of his starting pitcher pickups, IMO and he was pretty much a no brainer. Hopefully, Happ and Paxton perform.




You think Sabbathia > Paxton? 




 Just an observation....Sabathia's WAR in '18 was 2.3, Paxton's a 2.9.  



 





I would have never brought back CC.  This team cannot accept change and move on from older players.



What should have happened is they should have signed a younger Sp and moved everyone down.


CC is hurt and hanging out on ESPN now I mean really come on guys.  You don't think they could have done better?




Same goes for Brett Gardner another year with this guy getting 400 at bats to many when they "could" have done better.







What is your aversion to clubhouse leaders?


"Hanging out on ESPN" as opposed to hanging out on a golf course, or hanging out in a studio doing his podcast like last year. C'mon





Keep trying convince yourself that the Yankees don't need SP.


I'm worried about a clubhouse leader that hits 200 out in left field.  This is great logic.




The only name you've given me for pitching is Patrick Corbin


Gardner didn't hit .200, and we have no idea how many games he'll play


You're the only one that foresaw Severino's rotator cuff tenderness

You are welcome to recall my posts when it becomes that i'm proven wrong as long as we judge it on the merits of what we knew to be true at the time it was posted.
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