(10-17-2012 09:53 PM)elfeo013 Wrote: I think Curtis Granderson has been the best player this 2012 season. Sure, he sucks in the postseason but in the regular season, he by far was the best player on the team. Jeter will always be the face of the franchise but it's a push to say that he, at any point, was the best player on the team.
(10-18-2012 03:06 PM)iconms Wrote: That's ridiculous. Granderson has more holes in his swing than swiss cheese. He's got impressive HR numbers - mainly b/c of the ballpark. But the Yankees' best player/best hitter is Robinson Cano. It's not even close. Any baseball analyst/insider/etc will agree.
It wouldn't be crazy to see the Yankees pick up Grandy's option and then trade him somewhere. Cano is untouchable.
I like Grandy too! But he's not even close in terms of value to Cano. If you were making an argument for Grandy in 2011, that would be a lot stronger but this year Cano's WAR is 8.2 and Grandy's is 2.7!
(08-06-2014 11:33 AM)jaykayzee Wrote: Don't confuse "not valuable" with "not collectible".
(10-18-2012 04:31 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote: every year since 1991, i have cracked open a beer on Yankee Elimination Day, whether it be regular season or post season
my guinness just left the fridge, and is getting to a nice room temperature.
6-1, los tigers, 6th inning
(10-22-2012 05:17 AM)fulltritty Wrote: Cashman announced that A-Rod is no longer a superstar and he is willing to listen to trade offers; he is no longer off the table.