I stand corrected.
I thought when he got the 10 year offer from Seattle, the Yankees upped their offer to 7/175.
Of course he would've. We should have signed him to a 10 year contract three years ago. Letting a likely a first-ballot HOF player walk is probably the
His arm was fine this year, he injured something else and had some setbacks with that. I would expect that he has better than a 50/50 chance of not getting
Ted Williams ended his career with a HR at Fenway on Sept 28th. The Red Sox then went to NY for three games to end the season. Ted Williams did not make
I think that's too simplistic. Fifty well timed runs could have made the Yankees a ninety win team with all the 1 run games they lost.