• Yankees scouting Ben Sheets

    Tim Dierkes of MLB Trade Rumors reports that Ben Sheets recently had a throwing session for interested teams, and that the Yankees were one of the clubs who sent a representative to watch the right-handed pitcher show off his stuff. Sheets, a former standout for the Brewers before injuries derailed his career, hasnít pitched in the majors since he made 20 starts for Oakland back in 2010, but at just 33 years old would understandably like another chance to resurrect his career.

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    kan_t

    Re: 2015 Offseason moves

    I rather take Masterson. He actually has little bit of hope of being a decent starter and not being garbage. For Capuano, I see nothing but being terrible.

    kan_t Today, 12:33 PM Go to last post
    kan_t

    Re: 2015 Offseason moves

    Be fair awy is one of the biggest Didi supporters here. I think his point is that the Yankees have to address the rotation need if they trade away Greene.

    kan_t Today, 12:30 PM Go to last post
    jcarey

    Re: 2015 Offseason moves

    I'll take the Capuano garbage over the Masterson, Lester, Scherzer, Volquez garbage. Porcello was traded. I would have liked him, but not sure what the

    jcarey Today, 12:27 PM Go to last post
    awy

    Re: 2015 Offseason moves

    i've already talked about the mccarthy deal at length. not gonna do it here again.

    their bar at ss, particularly defensively, was so low

    awy Today, 12:11 PM Go to last post
    melon

    Re: 2015 Offseason moves

    I know you asked awy this, but this thread has been littered with names of pitchers different board members wanted to have seen signed.

    melon Today, 12:10 PM Go to last post
    jcarey

    Re: 2015 Offseason moves

    O'Brien, DePaula, Solarte, and Nuno weren't even "depth" in my book. Man, what great trades.



    I don't think Cervelli

    jcarey Today, 12:09 PM Go to last post