No one thought he would get resigned last off-season either.
Everyday he's on the team is another day the Yankees aren't as good as they
I understand the "safe" feeling of considering worst case scenarios, but instead of worrying about "not being swept", hasn't this
I suppose then the trick is to already have a cost controlled young pitcher in the fold, and not let him get away.
So for example,
I always thought the Mussina game in Fenway on Sunday night ESPN baseball against the Red Sox when he gave up the hit to Carl
As bad as the Sabathia contract looks now, how does Detroit feel with Verlander there until 2020?
Verlander signed his big contract extention
I've seen/read that Drew has been mentoring him in the field with positioning and game situations, etc. I think that may be a reason why they didn't want