Anyone else notice that Kei Igawa was not on the active 40-man roster? Another year in SWB for him - another few million down the drain for the club. Memo To GM: stay away from pitchers in Japan!
Our bullpen has potential: Bruney, Coke, Marte, Sanchez, Ramirez, Robertson and Veras.
There's a handful of names on the roster that I've never heard of before: Claggett, De La Rosa, and Hacker.
Anybody have an idea what these guys can offer?
- The oldest Yankee with 200 hits in a season was Lou Gehrig at the age of 34.
With just over 2,500 hits to his credit, and at age 34, I sometimes wonder if Jeter has a shot at the all-time hits record. He averages 207 per season (last season he had 179). Which means to get there, he'd have to continue that level of output for the next 8 1/2 seasons and at which time he'd be 42 . - Not likely . . . (but still possible I guess)