The Crew does have pitching.
The pitching staff no one should want to face in the playoffs
12:48 AM EDT
That's a lot of money to give up on. Something just isn't right with him but he still hits HRs.
Keep him on a short leash with a choke collar.
I'm torn between the Twins, Brewers and Orioles and anybody but Houston!
Sure wish we had swung the deal for Alonso. A thumping bat is a glaring hole in the Brewer's line up.
As it stands, we're going to need a Daniel Murphy, Brian Doyle, Hideki Matsui post season anamoly from somebody if we want to go very far.
I don't know Lindor plays everyday, hard to say he is lazy.
a new Bobby Bo-----$1m/per thru 2121
A change of address might be needed to resurrect Giancarlo Stanton's career.
That ship has been sailing in circles for years!
LOLOL...methinks that ship has sailed
it could get ugly early
Just need Donaldson to last a few weeks. Hopefully he'll be on his best behaviour because he needs a contract next season.
There's always a club out there happy to sign an ageing veteran for too much money with the false hope that the player will find his former glory. Especially a champion caliber club....2nd times a charm?
The Brewers will definitely feel Josh Donaldson's presence in the post-season when he strikes out with runners in scoring position.
I'm rootin' for the Crew to bust that WS cherry and for Bob Ueker to get another--can Donaldson go another month without pullin' a hammy
Lindor on Pham: ‘Hey man, thank you for teaching me how to work hard again,"
I guess $341,000,000 could make anyone a bit lazy.
The guy just needed a bit of love.....
Now that's what I would call a bonus baby! Congrats!
Talk about being committed to your job!— Minnesota Twins (@Twins) September 18, 2023
Congratulations to the Baldelli family on welcoming Twin boys to their family!!! 👶👶 pic.twitter.com/sxP63VVtJu
King pitched a heck of a game last night for the Yankees. 7 inns, 1 ER and 13 Ks. The BP blew it for him and the hitters managed one run.
This team needs work.
It was a comedy of errors. The SS should have been covered 3rd base (called a swing play) but he was covering second and the 2nd baseman broke to cover 1B since the 1st baseman broke to field the bunt. So you had 3 defenders trying to field the bunt and 3rd got left unattended.
Pitcher should have just eaten the ball but instinct kicked in to try and get the lead runner at 3rd which was his only play.
Such is the life of baseball between the lines.
Buck looked like my little league coach after that play.
That wasn't pretty to say the least. Lost in the shuffle he is actually been pitching well since he has come up and for the most part was fine yesterday, but man that play was terrible to watch, and my eyes actually looked up at the screen with the play going on, so I did get to see it actually happen, not just a replay. All is just my opinion.
MLB Fans Roasted Mets Pitcher for His Comical Throwing Error to an Empty Third Base
FRANKIE TADDEO14 HOURS AGO
Whose on third and why are you standing next to me.
He threw it right to absolutely nobody pic.twitter.com/b2grmt6Pl2— Talkin’ Baseball (@TalkinBaseball_) September 20, 2023
Yankees’ Aaron Boone has incredulous reaction after being yelled at by umpire
By Matt Ehalt
Published Sep. 20, 2023, 8:43 a.m. ET
"You say something? I hope not."— Talkin' Yanks (@TalkinYanks) September 19, 2023
Boone's face afterward 🤣 pic.twitter.com/MydBTFFxMa
Unbelievable that injury wasn't from a baseball related activity.
Not sure about him with the MVP. I think I would choose him (But not by much), but Betts is close, the number of position this guy has played this year is a plus for a superstar type player, and when he got going and got hot, the dodgers took off. The other problem for both Acuna and Betts, is look at the years freeman and olson are having. Undoubtely the pick for the dodgers is Betts and the pick for the braves is Acuna, but you can't overlook the years freeman and olson are having as well, those aren't just good years they are monster years in there own right.
Injuries & Moves: Pereira day to day with hamstring strain
September 19th, 2023
Some needs to teach these guys how to run.
Acuña homers twice, on cusp of 40-40
Strider (11 Ks) closing in on single-season team record
12:13 AM EDT
How about 40-70?
Start engraving the MVP with his name.
Bader to the IL with a right groin strain...
Born with no arms, Tom Willis continues first-pitch dream at Yankee Stadium Tuesday
Born without arms, Mira Mesa resident Tom Willis is the last person you'd expect to see throw out a ceremonial first pitch to kick off an MLB game.
However, Willis, president and founder of the Pitch for Awareness National Tour, has been doing so at ballparks across America since 2008; and on Tuesday night, he'll have the opportunity to toss the first pitch at Yankee Stadium, marking the 29th MLB ballpark in which Willis has thrown a first pitch.
"When I was a kid, I never dreamed of pitching," Willis told USA Today. "I'd throw a ball around, maybe, but it really wasn't until this whole thing started."
Lifelong baseball fan Tom Willis was born without arms, but he didn’t let that stop him from throwing out a first pitch at every big league ballpark. pic.twitter.com/3rvZKvDgHR— MLB (@MLB) September 23, 2022
MLB insider thinks Aaron Boone needs veteran coach to help him with Yankees bullpen
Can you be Boonie's Don Zimmer?
By Adam Weinrib | Sep 17, 2023
It's obvious the guy with the analytical tablet ain't working out.
We can close the books on Montas' career with the Yankees.
Frankie Montas one-inning rehab farce was hilarious ending to Yankees career
It's Montas Time!
By Adam Weinrib | Sep 18, 2023
Yankees trade deadline bust Frankie Montas throws only 17 pitches in 2023
I know you will have something to say about the projected 2024 Yankees luxury tax payroll.
Current projected 2024 New York Yankees payroll
The luxury tax threshold will be $237 million come 2024, meaning the Yankees are almost exactly $40 million under that number. And if they dare remain under it, fans will riot.
Total projected 2024 payroll: $189,083,333
Projected luxury tax payroll: $196,666,666
'The bat! The bat!' Cabrera credits Clemente for HR
Yankees outfielder goes deep one day after holding late Hall of Famer's lucky lumber
September 16th, 2023
“The bat! The bat!” Florial yelled.
“The bat?” Cabrera asked himself, then quickly realized. “Oh! The bat!”
A superstition had played out.
Cabrera’s homer, which helped secure a 6-3 win and a series victory over the Pirates, came after a visit to the Roberto Clemente Museum in Pittsburgh. There, he held a gargantuan 40-ounce bat of Clemente, who typically hit with bats in the range of 36-38 ounces; today, bats are typically closer to 33 ounces.
In comparison Stanton's bat,
Giancarlo Stanton uses a 34-inch bat that weighs, about 32.5 ounces.
Yankees fans mobilize for September 22 ‘Fire Cashman Night’ to press for a change
The Yankees are in dire strait thanks to a series of mistakes by their GM Brian Cashman. But with owner Hal Steinbrenner dithering to act against him, Yankees fans have finally decided to take the matter into their own hand. The Bronx faithfuls are mobilizing a show of strength at Yankee Stadium on September 22 dubbed “Fire Cashman Night.”
The event offers a chance for discontented supporters of the Yankees to press the owners to make a change and part away with much-maligned Brian Cashman. The planned “Fire Cashman Night” on September 2022 coincides with the Yankees’ home series start against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Jon Borowski: The brain behind Fire Cashman Night
Get the popcorn ready.
Save the date!— Jon from Maspeth (@JonFromMaspeth) August 13, 2023
FIRE CASHMAN NIGHT
Friday September 22 vs. Arizona 7pm
Sections 202 - 204
Make your voice heard! pic.twitter.com/4I10pW1UNv