Well said, being patient and waiting for the right time to strike by trading prospects and signing free agents in that winter is the smart plan.. they
This is the way I see it too. Sure, we probably won't get all those guys but I fully expect to continue to build a solid young core to the point when
Thanks for the link. Cashman was doing what good executives do, i.e. taking the hit for the organization. Just ask yourself, when did Brian suddenly become
An argument can be made that a good set up man is more important than a traditional closer.
As was pointed out to me on another forum, the Yankees are essentially paying Chapman the 2016 qualifying offer every year. So a way to look at this deal