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Use Manage Club > Invite Members to bring in members who you think would be interested in talking Yankees. :) 

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Just now, 33andrain said:

Use Manage Club > Invite Members to bring in members who you think would be interested in talking Yankees. :) 

 

Thank you!  I'll try it later or during the Thanksgiving festivities.

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Trade for Lindor, re sign Betances and pay for Cole

 

 

Lindor for Fraizer Andujar and it would prob cost you Deivi Garcia.

 

Urshela 3B

Lindor SS 

Gleyber 2B

DJ 1B

Voit DH 

Stanton has to play LF.

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Cole and Strasburg are priorities 1 and 1A. Get the damn rotation boosted.

 

Cole - Tanaka - Strasburg - Severino - Paxton. No one is touching that.

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It’s time to start screaming 28 rings at all the yankee haters. Lol 

 

2020s is our decade. Calling it now.

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19 hours ago, WxInTheBronx said:

Cole and Strasburg are priorities 1 and 1A. Get the damn rotation boosted.

 

Cole - Tanaka - Strasburg - Severino - Paxton. No one is touching that.

That sounds good to me!

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Yankees will pay cole what's necessary. He needs convincing on whether to go home to LA or come to NYC. Reminds me 2009 off-season with CC.

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57 minutes ago, Manny said:

Yankees will pay cole what's necessary. He needs convincing on whether to go home to LA or come to NYC. Reminds me 2009 off-season with CC.

 

I don't care how much money they pay him.  I just hope they don't give him too many years.

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59 minutes ago, Analog96 said:

 

I don't care how much money they pay him.  I just hope they don't give him too many years.

This my guy says Stra would do better in ny

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14 minutes ago, user13 said:

This my guy says Stra would do better in ny

 

I kind of agree with you.  He has a more proven track record and has already pitched in the big city.

The only thing with Stras is that he's been injury prone, but not so much as someone like Greg Bird lol

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2 minutes ago, Analog96 said:

 

I kind of agree with you.  He has a more proven track record and has already pitched in the big city.

The only thing with Stras is that he's been injury prone, but not so much as someone like Greg Bird lol

Prob can use that to take the price down

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Just now, user13 said:

Prob can use that to take the price down

 

Stras isn't going to demand as high as Cole.
Thing that I would worry about with Cole is, last year could have been his "career year".

He's always been a good pitcher, but not really an "elite" pitcher.

Will he pitch at that level again or was last year a fluke?

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Thurman Munson for the hall of fame...

if you use Roy Campanella as a example he should be in...Roy Campanella played 10 years before he was paralyzed from a car crash...Munson played ten years and was killed in a plane accident...Campy had more home runs and rbi's but Munson had a better batting average and better post seasons...Campy batted .237 in 32 world series games...Munson batted 357 in 32 post season games...373 in 16 world series games...Roy Campanella had more power but he played in Ebbits field...A short left field porch...Munson played in Yankee Stadium which was 457ft to left center and 437 after the renovations...He did hit 20 homers in the old stadium...Campy had 42 one year and was the MVP three times...Munson once...Both players careers ended tragically...If Munson played in a band box like Campanella he would have more home runs...

their stats................................................................................................................

Roy Campanella....games at bats runs hits.. BB..HR.. RBI.. BA..OBP..Slug..

................................1215...4205..627 1161 533 242 856..276..360..500

162 game ave...........162.....561....84...155...71...32..114..276..360..500

post season................32.....114....14.....27...12.....4....12..237..310..386

 

Thurman Munson....1423...5344..696 1558 438 113 701..292..346..410

162 game ave...........162.....608....79...177...50...13...80..292..346..410

post season................30.....129....19.....46.....5.....3...22..357..378..491

 

I did some more research on both men...Campy played in 15 world series games in Yankee Stadium...he was 8 for 51...a .157 average...no home runs and three runs batted in...he was 4 for his first 40 in the Stadium...Munson played in 15 post season games in a modified Yankee Stadium...instead of 457 in left Center it was 437...he was a whopping 32 for 62...a .516 batting average...two homers and 15 runs batted in...he hit safely in all 15 games...

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9 minutes ago, uncle w said:

Thurman Munson for the hall of fame...

if you use Roy Campanella as a example he should be in...Roy Campanella played 10 years before he was paralyzed from a car crash...Munson played ten years and was killed in a plane accident...Campy had more home runs and rbi's but Munson had a better batting average and better post seasons...Campy batted .237 in 32 world series games...Munson batted 357 in 32 post season games...373 in 16 world series games...Roy Campanella had more power but he played in Ebbits field...A short left field porch...Munson played in Yankee Stadium which was 457ft to left center and 437 after the renovations...He did hit 20 homers in the old stadium...Campy had 42 one year and was the MVP three times...Munson once...Both players careers ended tragically...If Munson played in a band box like Campanella he would have more home runs...

their stats................................................................................................................

Roy Campanella....games at bats runs hits.. BB..HR.. RBI.. BA..OBP..Slug..

................................1215...4205..627 1161 533 242 856..276..360..500

162 game ave...........162.....561....84...155...71...32..114..276..360..500

post season................32.....114....14.....27...12.....4....12..237..310..386

 

Thurman Munson....1423...5344..696 1558 438 113 701..292..346..410

162 game ave...........162.....608....79...177...50...13...80..292..346..410

post season................30.....129....19.....46.....5.....3...22..357..378..491

 

I did some more research on both men...Campy played in 15 world series games in Yankee Stadium...he was 8 for 51...a .157 average...no home runs and three runs batted in...he was 4 for his first 40 in the Stadium...Munson played in 15 post season games in a modified Yankee Stadium...instead of 457 in left Center it was 437...he was a whopping 32 for 62...a .516 batting average...two homers and 15 runs batted in...he hit safely in all 15 games...

 

i'd be ok with that... the only Yankee in the HOF as a player who truly does not deserve it is Phil Rizzutto.

Maybe as a broadcaster, but not as a player.

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8 minutes ago, Analog96 said:

 

i'd be ok with that... the only Yankee in the HOF as a player who truly does not deserve it is Phil Rizzutto.

Maybe as a broadcaster, but not as a player.

Ted Williams said if Boston had Rizzuto they would have won more pennants...he was one of the reasons Phil got in...He was better than Bill Mazeroski...

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