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specialk
05-12-07, 09:44 AM
No one deserves it at this point, do we need to bring up one of the Kevins or make a trade? Jeter, Arod and Posada need some help

Metroidman
05-12-07, 09:47 AM
You're too late. We hit the panic button a few weeks ago

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Mr. Mxylsplk
05-12-07, 09:49 AM
No one deserves it at this point, do we need to bring up one of the Kevins or make a trade? Jeter, Arod and Posada need some help
There's still time, but no, the yanks will not have an all-star in the outfield. What on earth does that have to do with calling up mediocre minor leaguers or making a trade?

montrealer
05-12-07, 09:51 AM
:lol: Thanks...after watching last nites game.......a chuckle was surely needed.;)

TheBamTino24
05-12-07, 09:57 AM
An AS OFer? Absolutely not.

nnysiny
05-12-07, 10:07 AM
Matsui is the only one with a shot because he gets so many international votes

RhodeyYankee2638
05-12-07, 10:08 AM
I will guarentee you Matsui will be an All-Star, even if he is hitting .150 going into the break

TheBamTino24
05-12-07, 10:17 AM
I will guarentee you Matsui will be an All-Star, even if he is hitting .150 going into the break

That's true.

Sad thing is, I cannot get on the fans who will vote for him if he is underperforming too much. The so-called "experts" gave Palmiero the Gold Glove at 1B in a season where he played something like 28 games there, LMAO.

Mr. Mxylsplk
05-12-07, 10:19 AM
I will guarentee you Matsui will be an All-Star, even if he is hitting .150 going into the break
Quite a guarantee, given his vote-getting history.

PJMPirate
05-12-07, 10:24 AM
Sad thing is, I cannot get on the fans who will vote for him if he is underperforming too much. The so-called "experts" gave Palmiero the Gold Glove at 1B in a season where he played something like 28 games there, LMAO.

Yep. Gold Gloves and All-Star selections are popularity contests. Not to be rude, but does anyone really think that Jeter has been the best defensive shortstop in the AL for the last three years?

jughead
05-12-07, 10:35 AM
Yep. Gold Gloves and All-Star selections are popularity contests. Not to be rude, but does anyone really think that Jeter has been the best defensive shortstop in the AL for the last three years?
So Jeter has only been popular for the last 3 years?

Michaels07
05-12-07, 02:29 PM
Our next outfield all star will be Jose Tabata.

dkman
05-12-07, 03:20 PM
Does anyone care? The all star team is a joke. Matsui and Damon have started slow, but I'm not worried about them. Matsui will be fine because he's Matsui and so will Damon if they continue to give him time off periodically. Both of them still have good OBP. I'll admit at this point I'm concerned about Abreu, like I was about A-Rod last year for a period. I still think if we give it time he will come around.

Their offense has been replaced of course by the best start by a left side of the infield I've ever seen.

GimeMoMuny
05-12-07, 03:34 PM
Maybe if Cairo got some more games.

FingersCrossed
05-12-07, 03:48 PM
Maybe if Cairo got some more games.
:-rofl-:

JeffWeaverFan
05-12-07, 03:58 PM
We shouldn't...

JL25and3
05-12-07, 04:04 PM
Who cares? What possible difference does it make?

smckdwn989
05-12-07, 04:08 PM
nope we prolly won't... but we will have allstars at 3B and SS and maybe even Catcher

RIYankeeFan
05-12-07, 04:16 PM
We should've kept Bubba Crosby. He's an AS OF, him and Alphabet are the grittiest players in baseball.