Matt Imbrogno

Word on the “street” is that Mike Cameron is close to signing a multi-year deal with the Chicago Cubs (h/t RAB). While this is good for Cameron and the Cubs, it is not good for the Yankees. Cameron was a possible option for the Yankees’ 2010 outfield and now it […]

Cameron No Longer an Option?

Via RAB, I came across an article at Project Prospect comparing the Indians’ top catching prospect Carlos Santana and Yankees top catching prospect Jesus Montero. Jesus Montero” /> The author, Adam Foster, ran down the pluses and minuses of each player and at the end, came to the conclusion that […]

Heavy Praise for Montero

Via MLBTR (h/t RAB), we’ve learned that the Mets inquired on the results of Hideki Matsui’s physical. Obviously, this means the Mets could be interested in bringing in Matsui to play the field as he obviously can’t DH for them. This development should make Matsui rather happy. It not only […]

Mets Inquired on Matsui's Health

The first Fall Out Boy song I ever heard was “The Pros and Cons of Breathing around this time about or six years ago. Anyway, in tribute to that, I’ll be discussing the pros and cons of offering outfielder Johnny Damon arbitration. Johnny Damon” width=”333″ height=”240″ /> First, let’s review […]

The Pros and Cons of Offering Arbitration

Our own Lenny Neslin just wrote a letter to Yankees GM Brian Cashman. This is my response to that letter. Lenny’s words are in bold face, mine are in regular type. When you watched Joba pitch from your beautiful box behind home plate, did you notice how Chamberlain through 92 […]

My Letter to Lenny Neslin

I did this at my site last year, so I thought I’d bust it out again. What I’m going to be doing is punching in some numbers into the lineup analysis tool from The numbers I’m going to be using are the 2010 CHONE Projections. I’m using them because […]

Yankees 2010 Lineup Projections