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Tag Archives: Hideki Matsui
Is it just me, or are the 2010 Yankees beginning to look a lot like the Yankees who didn’t win a World Series from 2001-2008? Nick Johnson was a likable guy but he had trouble staying healthy and Javier Vazquez didn’t pitch up to par — especially for a guy with high expectations. I wasn’t following ...
Last season, everyone knew the Yankees wanted to sign 2 pitchers. The first one was obvious: CC Sabathia. There was debate about who the second one should be, but in the end, most people agreed it came down to 2 choices: AJ Burnett or Derek Lowe. Burnett was coming off a good, though slightly inconsistent year ...
After watching the Red Sox pick up John Lackey yesterday, Yankees fans might be thinking it’s time to bolster the offense. Well, with Hideki Matsui agreeing to sign with the Angels and Mike Cameron agreeing with the Red Sox, there goes two players the Yankees may have been thinking about picking up. Like my post on Roy Halladay and John ...
Brian Cashman said in the beginning of the offseason that he wouldn't let postseason performance influence his personnel decisions, which, if you read between the lines, seemed to indicate that Hideki Matsui's MVP award was pretty much meaningless to how he would be evaluated. Well, it looks like Matsui will be going to the Angels for ...
Two rumors floating around Yankee-Land today: that negotiations with Johnny Damon have heated up and that Hideki Matsui will eventually sign with the Yankees. The first rumor, that the Yankees are going to soon give Damon a final offer that might only be for one year, makes a lot of sense. Right now, Damon needs the ...
Back in November, I ran through some possible Yankee lineups using the Lineup Analysis tool from Baseball Musings. Now with the trade for Curtis Granderson, I'm gonna throw up some Granderson-inclusive lineups. Again, this is using the CHONE Projections for OBP and SLG. Okay, first let's assume that the Yankees are not adding any more ...
Because I did this for Johnny Damon's wife Michelle Damon the other day and with the trade for Curtis Granderson it is even less likely that Matsui will return next season. Don't know her name, but she could be the hottest Yankee wife there is.
Aside from the obvious candidates of Curtis Granderson and Austin Jackson, the first person I thought of yesterday upon hearing the Yankees/Tigers/D-Backs swap was a Tigers blogger by the name of Mike Rogers. Mike writes Tigers by the Numbers and hails from Portage, Michigan. Mike and I "met" on the Sports Forum of a music website ...