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Discussion in 'Baseball Forum' started by GQMartin, Mar 28, 2018.
this is beyond painful,,,,I will be up all damn night,,,we need a freaking miracle
3 more outs but who am I kidding =
Sanchez has fallen like hot shit from a plane...wow
Stanton came up a lot this series with RISP and less than 2 outs.
I dont recall him delivering once
He had a real chance there in the 9th to make amends,,,,,,,I could care less if this guy is a Yankee next year trade him if possible for a pitcher
I don't disagree, but with Stanton's no-trade clause, the length of his contract and the amount of money he's owed, he would be very difficult to move.
Hate to even think this, but given all this, do you entertain offers for Judge to reseed the farm and get the arms you need? Just throwing it out there. Clint Frazier is going to need somewhere to play soon too.
They've been trying to move Frazier for a long time, and then he got injured. He is gone at the first chance
Yankees will buy starting pitching with their new found 'cap' space
Stanton isn't going anywhere anytime soon
Here's the irony with Stanton. Remember earlier this year when Cashman traded for Stanton? Cashman looked like the cat that ate the canary. The N.Y. media played it as the savvy old GM fleecing rookie owner Jeter because Jeter gave up a slugging superstar for very little in return. Maybe Jeter wasn't so dumb after all. He dumped an albatross contract and a guy whose impact doesn't match his stats and who disappears when it counts. Now, the Yankees are stuck with Stanton and his unmovable contract, and he's clogging up the DH spot. If we gave Cashman truth serum, I bet he would admit he'd like to have a do-over on that trade.
That sucked. The Red Sox were the better team, but the Yankees blew several opportunities to win that series. Happ was a waste. Stanton couldn't deliver. Severino blew it, and CC did what he could, but that tough. Torres also had several chances to change the series and blew it.
Still: the future is bright. Go Astros.