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Pitchers and catchers are reporting and spring training is about to get underway. The offseason is over!
Joe Girardi will kick things off with a press conference Friday at 11:00 a.m. which will be broadcast on the YES Network. If you've got questions for the Yankees' manager, he's going to answer a few.
As Hova once said, on to the next one....
He has been officially declared a FA by MLB today but some US Office has to unblock him. How long could that take though? I think it's safe to say Yanks can sign him before the next IFA signing period.
If you don't know much about this guy, read up on him on Fangraphs. Excellent writeup.
Really hoping Hal opens his wallet up for this guy. A young 4 or 5 tool shortstop with this much talent...
What are some of the moves you want to see this winter? I'm hoping we pick up Lester and/or Scherzer first and foremost but I also think adding a right fielder with power is crucial. Nelson Cruz? We will also have a middle of the infield to put together, I have a feeling we sign JJ Hardy and see how Refsnyder does at 2nd in Spring Training.
Since the off-season is over I thought it time to move over to the 2015 season thread.
TB 79.5 ( -125 on under)
Here's the full article
But for those who don't want to read, it's essentially these 3 rules:
1. Managers can't come out of dugout anymore during replays
2. Timer will be used to make sure game starts immediately after commercials
3. Batters have to keep one foot in box at all times (but there are exceptions)
In your opinion, how did Cashman and Co. do this offseason?
Moves I liked:
1. Wilson for Cervelli
2. Andrew Miller signing
3. Didi for Greene
4. Prado for Eovaldi/Jones
5. Headley signing
6. We did NOT sign Scherzer, Lester, or Shields
I found some good photos from the first workout for P&C on Mark Feinsand's Facebook page, so credit these to the Daily News.
this is really a franchise changer, will totally put nyc fc on the map of the global soccer scene. getting a world class player who is not close to retirement, and playing in the storied Yankee Stadium, what a great day for fans of NYC soccer.
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