And Hal to sign over his ownership in the Yankees
that's fine but headley's injury is already impacting his performance, and his injured performance is still pretty good.
It's hard to know when a pitcher is going to fall off a cliff, but age 40 is a pretty good bet and I can understand why the Yankees didn't want to be
The observation I quoted was referring to the financial problem with investing tens of thousands on an untested player who might play poorly. My comment
How though? His best months last year were July, August and September. In September he pitched 32 innings with a 2.81 ERA.
I tend to agree with this. I feel like we squeezed the last good season anyone is ever going to see from Kuroda again. Time to turn the page.