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Jints in Carolina : 10/17/2019 4:16 pm


Let's. Fucking. Go.
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I donít think Didi will be coming back  
Dave in PA : 10/17/2019 11:58 pm : link
Time to get some better contact guys on this team
RE: I donít think Didi will be coming back  
RasputinPrime : 10/18/2019 12:01 am : link
In comment 14632484 Dave in PA said:
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Time to get some better contact guys on this team


I love Didi - but - for what he wants to make and likely can get, i'd agree.

Get two more DJ's (because yes they grow on trees), and steal whomever the Astros stole from the Cardinals' system because our talent is vastly superior to the on-field performance in the ALCS.
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BleedBlue : 10/18/2019 12:03 am : link
Pry Cole away. With Verlander getting older, it shrinks Houston's window of blocking us from WS. Get rid of EE, Gardner, Sanchez if you can find a trade partner and we will be right back here but will be the favorites lol
Garyíed again  
The_Boss : 10/18/2019 12:04 am : link
Horrible player.
RE: Garyíed again  
BleedBlue : 10/18/2019 12:06 am : link
In comment 14632491 The_Boss said:
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Horrible player.


He blows. I have been saying this for a while. Adam is rubbing his dick to the one good AB this series lol. Factia Sanchez is a losing player. Feastor famine, average defense, lazy, doesn't but in clutch. Guy is a loser. He feasts on dogshit pitching or pads his stats when game isn't close
RE: RE: Garyíed again  
shockeyisthebest8056 : 10/18/2019 12:08 am : link
In comment 14632492 BleedBlue said:
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Horrible player.



He blows. I have been saying this for a while. Adam is rubbing his dick to the one good AB this series lol. Factia Sanchez is a losing player. Feastor famine, average defense, lazy, doesn't but in clutch. Guy is a loser. He feasts on dogshit pitching or pads his stats when game isn't close


You're just as stupid as the person who made that comment you replied to.

The catcher for Houston is batting .000 in this series, yet they're winning easily.
How much longer with Sanchez?  
The_Boss : 10/18/2019 12:08 am : link
I know 2 years ago he was great and the Yanks will point to that when they do bring him back for 2020, but I am at wits end with him. They can do better than a guy who will hit you 35 homers but with over 200kís and a .230 average all while being one of, if not the worst defensive catchers in the league.
RE: RE: RE: Garyíed again  
BleedBlue : 10/18/2019 12:11 am : link
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Horrible player.



He blows. I have been saying this for a while. Adam is rubbing his dick to the one good AB this series lol. Factia Sanchez is a losing player. Feastor famine, average defense, lazy, doesn't but in clutch. Guy is a loser. He feasts on dogshit pitching or pads his stats when game isn't close



You're just as stupid as the person who made that comment you replied to.

The catcher for Houston is batting .000 in this series, yet they're winning easily.




Didn't their catcher lead off the inning Houston hit the three run Homer? You know the difference between the two? Houston's catcher swings at good pitches and plays good defense, he is a thumper and isn't relied on for offense. He does his job. Sanchez Ks at an alarming rate. People need to stop making excuses for this lazy bum
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The_Boss : 10/18/2019 12:12 am : link
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Horrible player.



He blows. I have been saying this for a while. Adam is rubbing his dick to the one good AB this series lol. Factia Sanchez is a losing player. Feastor famine, average defense, lazy, doesn't but in clutch. Guy is a loser. He feasts on dogshit pitching or pads his stats when game isn't close



You're just as stupid as the person who made that comment you replied to.

The catcher for Houston is batting .000 in this series, yet they're winning easily.


Fuck off dude. The guy has been shit for 2 years now.
RE: How much longer with Sanchez?  
BleedBlue : 10/18/2019 12:14 am : link
In comment 14632494 The_Boss said:
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I know 2 years ago he was great and the Yanks will point to that when they do bring him back for 2020, but I am at wits end with him. They can do better than a guy who will hit you 35 homers but with over 200kís and a .230 average all while being one of, if not the worst defensive catchers in the league.


I haven't liked him for a while so I'm biased but I would look for a trade partner. People been giving me shit on here for days now because I continue to point out his lack of an approach at the plate. For some reason he is their golden boy. Imo he is great trade bait to get more contact hitters in here
RE: I donít think Didi will be coming back  
Tesla : 10/18/2019 12:14 am : link
In comment 14632484 Dave in PA said:
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Time to get some better contact guys on this team


Didi's one of the best "contact" guys on the team. Does it feel good to let everyone know how ignorant you are?
RE: RE: I donít think Didi will be coming back  
BleedBlue : 10/18/2019 12:16 am : link
In comment 14632499 Tesla said:
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Time to get some better contact guys on this team



Didi's one of the best "contact" guys on the team. Does it feel good to let everyone know how ignorant you are?


He looked like hot garbage this series too
Didi may look like Rod Carew on this team but heís still an 100K  
Jim in Hoboken : 10/18/2019 12:18 am : link
guy. Thatís nothing for us because we have 3 200K hitters.

I donít think he should be brought back if it means more than 3/45.

The question is, for all of you arguing about Sanchez, would you sign him to a 20M per contract? I am not so sure.
RE: RE: RE: RE: Garyíed again  
shockeyisthebest8056 : 10/18/2019 12:19 am : link
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Fuck off dude. The guy has been shit for 2 years now.


He was 4th in OPS and wOBA among catchers this season. There's a 95% chance the person you replace him with isn't as good as him. Once again, he has the only hit with a man on base over the last 7 innings. Yet, you've decided he's the person you're going to bitch about incessantly. It makes you sound like a fool. Literally no one thinks he's played well this postseason, but your complaints are ridiculously over the top.
RE: Didi may look like Rod Carew on this team but heís still an 100K  
The_Boss : 10/18/2019 12:20 am : link
In comment 14632502 Jim in Hoboken said:
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guy. Thatís nothing for us because we have 3 200K hitters.

I donít think he should be brought back if it means more than 3/45.

The question is, for all of you arguing about Sanchez, would you sign him to a 20M per contract? I am not so sure.


No way am I handing Sanchez $20 million a year. So he can eat even more Big Macs?
RE: Didi may look like Rod Carew on this team but heís still an 100K  
BleedBlue : 10/18/2019 12:21 am : link
In comment 14632502 Jim in Hoboken said:
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guy. Thatís nothing for us because we have 3 200K hitters.

I donít think he should be brought back if it means more than 3/45.

The question is, for all of you arguing about Sanchez, would you sign him to a 20M per contract? I am not so sure.


No fucking shot, then again I wanted him traded last two years while his value was higher. I'd move Torres to short. Let Didi walk. See if you can find a trade partner for Sanchez. I look for a 2B who is a contact hitter. I liked DJ at first. We need another player like him.
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BleedBlue : 10/18/2019 12:22 am : link
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Fuck off dude. The guy has been shit for 2 years now.



He was 4th in OPS and wOBA among catchers this season. There's a 95% chance the person you replace him with isn't as good as him. Once again, he has the only hit with a man on base over the last 7 innings. Yet, you've decided he's the person you're going to bitch about incessantly. It makes you sound like a fool. Literally no one thinks he's played well this postseason, but your complaints are ridiculously over the top.



Postseason...
IDGAF what he does during a ridiculous long and watered down regular season. We are going to be in playoffs for next ten years. We need guys who can hit in playoffs..I rather a catcher who Bata last, plays great defense and has solid plate discipline and spend money on a stud pitcher or a solid contact hitting middle infielder
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The_Boss : 10/18/2019 12:24 am : link
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Fuck off dude. The guy has been shit for 2 years now.



He was 4th in OPS and wOBA among catchers this season. There's a 95% chance the person you replace him with isn't as good as him. Once again, he has the only hit with a man on base over the last 7 innings. Yet, you've decided he's the person you're going to bitch about incessantly. It makes you sound like a fool. Literally no one thinks he's played well this postseason, but your complaints are ridiculously over the top.


The guy replacing him wouldnít need to be better than him for the team to be better offensively. And defensively, if they built a 4 foot wall behind the plate, it would be better than him and save the team more runs.
Boone is beyond reproach as he won 103 games  
xman : 10/18/2019 12:24 am : link
If he were to leave NY and say go to Detroit he will turn that team into an instant winner. He is that good. I figure he is like Torre who waited to come to the yanks to show what a great manager he was.

Mix and match. Wonder what the lineup will be tomorrow.
RE: Boone is beyond reproach as he won 103 games  
BleedBlue : 10/18/2019 12:26 am : link
In comment 14632509 xman said:
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If he were to leave NY and say go to Detroit he will turn that team into an instant winner. He is that good. I figure he is like Torre who waited to come to the yanks to show what a great manager he was.

Mix and match. Wonder what the lineup will be tomorrow.



I liked his lineup better tonight but Gardner third early in series was a joke and could have costed us some runs. I don't blame Boone tho. Yanks didn't get much from starters and didn't hit.
Last game tomorrow I suppose  
The_Boss : 10/18/2019 12:26 am : link
Letís see if these guys have enough pride to at least get this thing back to Houston.
RE: Last game tomorrow I suppose  
BleedBlue : 10/18/2019 12:28 am : link
In comment 14632511 The_Boss said:
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Letís see if these guys have enough pride to at least get this thing back to Houston.



I'll be watching and rooting but I don't see us winning morrow. Wind is taken out of the sails. I expect Verlander to K a bunch and we go down like a sweet muffin
.hope.im wrong as you never know if they can turn bats around and go one game at a time.
RE: RE: Last game tomorrow I suppose  
Percy : 10/18/2019 12:43 am : link
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Letís see if these guys have enough pride to at least get this thing back to Houston.




I'll be watching and rooting but I don't see us winning morrow. Wind is taken out of the sails. I expect Verlander to K a bunch and we go down like a sweet muffin
.hope.im wrong as you never know if they can turn bats around and go one game at a time.


Hard not to agree with this -- not winning tomorrow I mean. The team has been beaten up by the Astros. No doubt it is not only unhappy with itself as a team, but doubtful of each other internally, especially their pitchers. The lack of starters and bullpen stoppers has been fatal when playing against top hitting of the kind offered by the Astros -- maybe the best overall seen in the last who knows how many years -- and top pitching it turns out they can't reliably hit.

Winning three from these guys looks to be and ought to be impossible. So what can be shown tomorrow that they couldn't bring tonight, game 2 or game 3? Win and it would be down to two, that's true, but taking out Verlander under these circumstances? That would be crazy. But it also would just be baseball.
RE: RE: I donít think Didi will be coming back  
Dave in PA : 10/18/2019 12:49 am : link
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Time to get some better contact guys on this team



Didi's one of the best "contact" guys on the team. Does it feel good to let everyone know how ignorant you are?
No he isnít. Heís got some great power for an infielder, and has been a really strong ISO guy for 3 years, but his batting average is pedestrian at best and his BABIP is historically below league average.
What a depressing week of baseball  
mfsd : 10/18/2019 12:50 am : link
after such a promising start in game one
RE: Didi may look like Rod Carew on this team but heís still an 100K  
Tesla : 10/18/2019 1:20 am : link
In comment 14632502 Jim in Hoboken said:
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guy. Thatís nothing for us because we have 3 200K hitters.



Didi's never come even come close to 100 strikeouts in a season. He strikes out WAY less than the average MLB hitter.

Are you this stupid in real life or just here on BBI?
I don't think there's much of a mystery here...  
M.S. : 10/18/2019 5:42 am : link

...the Yankees have had a remarkable, amazing run this season in light of all the crazy injuries, but the end-of-season stats showed that the Astros could match our bats; trot out starting pitching that we could only dream of; and BTW they won more games.

Should the Astros advance to the World Series, it will surprise no one at all that the two opponents have very strong starting pitching.

Oh, well.
Amazing how you can win 100+ games  
Peter from NH (formerly CT) : 10/18/2019 6:51 am : link
And a series and your run can come down to a couple of at bats going well for one team and poorly for the other. Yankees kind of over achieved this year with all the injuries. Their flaw from the beginning was not having the lights out #1 pitcher. It's why they likely donít move on.
Sanchez is immensely frustrating  
mattnyg05 : 10/18/2019 6:51 am : link
You can point to OPS (which would obviously be inflated because of the few hits he does end up with, most are home runs) and he obviously he a homer tonight which is more than anyone in the lineup can say, but his approach at times gives you no chance.

You see how beneficial a guy like DJ Lemaheiu has been and to me itís him, Torres hitting more disciplined and Urshela hitting for average. With two strikes Gary is a black hole but for a home run every so often. Encarnacion too, and Stanton in last years playoffs. We have too many guys that good pitchers chew up because they swing at terrible pitches. Just my eye test opinion. I know the stat heads will come back with 500 reasons why Sanchez is the best catcher but he is feast or famine, and I feel like itís 80 percent famine and the 20 percent feast inflates his stats during the season.

There are weeks and months stretches of time where this guy is a complete zero at the plate, which many catchers are anyway so I guess what can be done. Itís just frustrating.
Fat lady not singing yet, but she is walking up to the stage.  
GiantsUA : 10/18/2019 6:53 am : link
I feel like I have seen this series before.

My point is  
mattnyg05 : 10/18/2019 6:57 am : link
A lot of catchers are zero at the plate. But when you swing at terrible pitches, donít put the ball in play, and have zero approach with two strikes, youíre almost less than zero at times. Just me-but I think actually hitting the ball might be making a comeback as opposed to just loading up for a homer or nothing.
RE: I donít think Didi will be coming back  
TheMick7 : 10/18/2019 7:21 am : link
In comment 14632484 Dave in PA said:
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Time to get some better contact guys on this team


I agree 100% but I doubt Cashman/Boone do. Heard Boone in a presser a month or so ago & someone asked him if he cared that many of the batting averages were so low. Boone blew a gasket saying they don't care about batting average,it's not a statistic that's important to them.He doesn't care if they strike out,only hard contact is important! Yet,we hear people in baseball say the Yankees need more hitters like DJL. The Yankee philosophy works in regular season,but fails miserable in the postseason(except when they're facing the Twins) when they're not facing second rate pitching!

I agree in thinking they won't bring Didi back (even though he's one of the few guys in the lineup that will go oppo & is a LHB. Also,I believe we'll see the real Didi next season as he will have had a year after his surgery!)Gleyber SS/DJL 2B next season. Real interesting off season-CC,Didi,EE & possibly Gardner,Chapman & Betances coming off the books/leaving in FA The only good I can see from this debacle against the Astros is maybe Hal will be shamed into spending for Cole but based on his fiscally conservative attitude,I doubt it!
RE: RE: Garyíed again  
djm : 10/18/2019 7:31 am : link
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Horrible player.



He blows. I have been saying this for a while. Adam is rubbing his dick to the one good AB this series lol. Factia Sanchez is a losing player. Feastor famine, average defense, lazy, doesn't but in clutch. Guy is a loser. He feasts on dogshit pitching or pads his stats when game isn't close
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Lol no
So sick of watching these guys strike out in the playoffs  
BlueHurricane : 10/18/2019 7:43 am : link
So much for Savages In The Box. Maybe against the O's in August they are Savages. Against the Stros and the Sox they sure as hell aren't.
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BleedBlue : 10/18/2019 7:52 am : link
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Horrible player.



He blows. I have been saying this for a while. Adam is rubbing his dick to the one good AB this series lol. Factia Sanchez is a losing player. Feastor famine, average defense, lazy, doesn't but in clutch. Guy is a loser. He feasts on dogshit pitching or pads his stats when game isn't close

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Lol no



Lol yes. This shit is barely debatable. He is dogshit.
RE: RE: Didi may look like Rod Carew on this team but heís still an 100K  
Dave in PA : 10/18/2019 7:56 am : link
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guy. Thatís nothing for us because we have 3 200K hitters.





Didi's never come even come close to 100 strikeouts in a season. He strikes out WAY less than the average MLB hitter.

Are you this stupid in real life or just here on BBI?
Didi Kíd at a 15.4% rate this season, which if he had posted over about 200 more at bats would have placed him within the top 35 individual players in the league for lowest %. So yes you have a point Tesla, however for a guy who strikes out relatively so little he is a feast or famine hitter (given his .276 OBP, he sure isnít taking walks to offset the .237 BA). Take this season with a grain of salt if you want. Itís yet to be seen if Cashman can find anybody better than Didi, but it should not be assumed he just gets re-signed to a big deal entering his age 30 season.
RE: Amazing how you can win 100+ games  
Justlurking : 10/18/2019 8:08 am : link
In comment 14632538 Peter from NH (formerly CT) said:
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And a series and your run can come down to a couple of at bats going well for one team and poorly for the other. Yankees kind of over achieved this year with all the injuries. Their flaw from the beginning was not having the lights out #1 pitcher. It's why they likely donít move on.


Their flaw is they havenít hit, pitched, played defense or managed well. Just a complete abomination of a series from top to bottom. They need to make major changes. Canít have an all RH lineup that allows teams to carry ZERO lefties and canít have a roster where you canít pinch hit/mix it up in the playoffs. Major bonehead decisions made on playoff roster and strategy.

And you eat what you have to of Giancarloís contract and get him out of here. Heís a disgrace.
I don't think they should sign Didi to a big deal  
Tesla : 10/18/2019 8:24 am : link
3/45 is the most I would go for him....and 3/36 (or less) would be ideal.

He has a huge flaw in his game....he's absolutely allergic to walks, and his OBP is usually terrible as a result of that. He's been clutch in the playoffs in the past, but as the series is proving that is not a repeatable skill that you can rely upon. His defense has been excellent but you can expect that to begin to decline as well as he enters is 30's.

RE: I don't think they should sign Didi to a big deal  
bigbluehoya : 10/18/2019 8:43 am : link
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3/45 is the most I would go for him....and 3/36 (or less) would be ideal.

He has a huge flaw in his game....he's absolutely allergic to walks, and his OBP is usually terrible as a result of that. He's been clutch in the playoffs in the past, but as the series is proving that is not a repeatable skill that you can rely upon. His defense has been excellent but you can expect that to begin to decline as well as he enters is 30's.


from an advanced metrics perspective, Didi has also historically had an a pretty awful batted ball profile -- low line drive rate, and for years an extremely low hard contact rate. In 2018 he managed to get the hard contact up to 36%, which is OK, but it's come back down to 34% this year.

Because of this, hes a low baseline BABIP guy that hits a lot of pop ups. When you couple it with the fact that he doesn't walk, this is not a guy that I sign long term unless it's really friendly.

By age 31-32 I don't see how you could value him (on a good team) as much more than a defense-first SS who has an OK stick for an 8-9 hole hitter.

It's a shame because he's a hell of a likable guy, but I could go on for hours about things I'd rather see the yankees do with $60M over 4 years, let alone more than that.
That was damn ugly!  
Carson53 : 10/18/2019 8:56 am : link
That was tough to watch last night, felt bad for CC.
At least try to stay in the game mentally,
instead of checking out, just embarrassing for them!
Looks like the Fat Lady is warming up her vocal cords.
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Danny Kanell : 10/18/2019 8:57 am : link
This has been a resilient group all year. I hope they can make the Astros at least sweat and get it back to Houston. Last night proved to me itís not so much the Astros pitching as it is we are just ice cold. Weíve had our chances in every single game this series but havenít gotten a big hit since game 1. Maybe we start cashing in before itís officially over.

I didnít hear no bell. Fuck the Astros.
RE: So sick of watching these guys strike out in the playoffs  
Jints in Carolina : 10/18/2019 8:59 am : link
In comment 14632554 BlueHurricane said:
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So much for Savages In The Box. Maybe against the O's in August they are Savages. Against the Stros and the Sox they sure as hell aren't.


They went 14-4 against the Red Sox this year.
RE: So sick of watching these guys strike out in the playoffs  
rnargi : 10/18/2019 9:00 am : link
In comment 14632554 BlueHurricane said:
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So much for Savages In The Box. Maybe against the O's in August they are Savages. Against the Stros and the Sox they sure as hell aren't.


More than 30% of their ABs have concluded with K's in this series.
Some of Didi's career stats  
Carson53 : 10/18/2019 9:12 am : link
This is based on regular season numbers in 8 years in
the majors:

OPS .742
OPS+ 99
OBP .313 (that's a biggie to me)
BB 201 (so about 25 walks a year)

baseball-reference.com/players/g/gregodi01

Those to me are below average numbers offensively,
I like the guy, but it may be time to move on.
The Yanks may offer him a qualifying offer, which would be around 18 mill.+ next season, gets them a draft pick.
Let some other team overpay to sign him, get some starting pitching!
I definitely trust Cashman to fix this  
Essex : 10/18/2019 9:22 am : link
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RE: RE: So sick of watching these guys strike out in the playoffs  
Mike Graves : 10/18/2019 10:58 am : link
In comment 14632584 Jints in Carolina said:
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So much for Savages In The Box. Maybe against the O's in August they are Savages. Against the Stros and the Sox they sure as hell aren't.



They went 14-4 against the Red Sox this year.



the red sox did not make the playoffs and had awful pitching they did what they were suppose to do against them
RE: Some of Didi's career stats  
Nine-Tails : 10/18/2019 11:33 am : link
In comment 14632588 Carson53 said:
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This is based on regular season numbers in 8 years in
the majors:

OPS .742
OPS+ 99
OBP .313 (that's a biggie to me)
BB 201 (so about 25 walks a year)

baseball-reference.com/players/g/gregodi01

Those to me are below average numbers offensively,
I like the guy, but it may be time to move on.
The Yanks may offer him a qualifying offer, which would be around 18 mill.+ next season, gets them a draft pick.
Let some other team overpay to sign him, get some starting pitching!


I donít think thatís the right way to look at this. Look at his stats with the Yankees. Before this year, he was a legitimate top ten SS for several years. The question for the FO is will Didi performance continue to drop or will he return to form.
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ajr2456 : 10/18/2019 12:49 pm : link
In comment 14632583 Danny Kanell said:
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This has been a resilient group all year. I hope they can make the Astros at least sweat and get it back to Houston. Last night proved to me itís not so much the Astros pitching as it is we are just ice cold. Weíve had our chances in every single game this series but havenít gotten a big hit since game 1. Maybe we start cashing in before itís officially over.

I didnít hear no bell. Fuck the Astros.


The difference in this series has been that while the Astros havenít hit well either but are getting timely home runs
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arcarsenal : 10/18/2019 1:03 pm : link
Too much offseason talk.

Save it for the offseason.

Can't give up on this squad after the year they had and all the resiliency they've showed.

It's been a horrific last 3 games. No one can get a timely hit. This isn't on the pitchers even though I get the sense that the majority of the fan ire this offseason directed at Cashman will indeed revolve around pitching.

How many runners have we left on base? In scoring position?

Bases loaded 1 out and we get no one home.

The situational hitting that was so good all year has quite literally just gone "POOF" and vanished.

The Yankees need something... anything to spark them tonight. I don't expect a roll over and die game here.

One inning at a time. If it ends tonight, so be it... we can discuss the offseason then. But it's not over yet.
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Percy : 10/18/2019 1:36 pm : link
In comment 14632768 arcarsenal said:
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Too much offseason talk.

Save it for the offseason.

Can't give up on this squad after the year they had and all the resiliency they've showed.

It's been a horrific last 3 games. No one can get a timely hit. This isn't on the pitchers even though I get the sense that the majority of the fan ire this offseason directed at Cashman will indeed revolve around pitching.

How many runners have we left on base? In scoring position?

Bases loaded 1 out and we get no one home.

The situational hitting that was so good all year has quite literally just gone "POOF" and vanished.

The Yankees need something... anything to spark them tonight. I don't expect a roll over and die game here.

One inning at a time. If it ends tonight, so be it... we can discuss the offseason then. But it's not over yet.


I've licked my wounds and am ready to find out tonight what the Yankees are really made of. I expect them to have done the same and to be even readier to overcome their little problems.
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