Major Yankee Salaries Coming Off the Books in 2009

In 2009 the Yankees will have over $75 million comming off their current payroll. Here are the major Yankee salaries that will come off the books after this season ends

I can already picture Yankee Fans salivating at the thought of lets say signing C.C. Sabathia for like $20-$25mill and Mark Teixeira for another $20mill. That will still give the Yankees room to look for bullpen help and getting another bat. Frank Thomas anybody? Plus they may even resign Mussina.
OCB OUT

SOURCES: Baseball-Reference.com
NYSUN.com (Tim Marchman)


Giambi saves the Yanks for at least one day

Giambi saved the Yankees yesterday, coming off the bench to hit a tying homer in the seventh inning and a game-winning single in the ninth for a 3-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox.

Desperate to get back in the pennant race, New York salvaged the finale of a three-game series and won Boston's final regular-season game at Yankee Stadium.

"We have a pulse," Giambi said. "Hopefully, this will jump-start this ballclub." Full Story / Source


My fellow Americans.... The Yankees are terrible. We need change.

"My fellow Americans...The last 8 years have been disappointing. We need change. We thought Carl Pavano would bring change, but instead he raised the cost of healthcare for all Americans. His frequent visits to the hospitals and surgery units were not the change we are looking for."

Ivan Rodriguez didn't bring change. He brought a lame ass bat and evil looking eye brows. We don't need a short version of the Grinch batting for us. We need change.

We need Cano to change. He is hitting like S#!T. That's the change we need.

We need athletic light on their feet players. Not Giambi at first. He is like a chubby lady running on her tippy toes. We need change. We need Texeira.

We need Alex Rodriguez to change. He has raised our teams taxes with his huge salary. He has to stop over thinking, hanging out with 50 yr old dirty chics, worrying about his highlights, getting caught with strippers and hit a freaking ball in the clutch.

Hal we need you and Hanky to change this team."

Cue "Don't stop thinking about tomorrow" Fleetwood Mac song.

Yanks drop another one 11-2

Not looking good


Is it time to start spring cleaning? Cash ??? What do you think?

We would...

Let Abreu and Pettitte walk off a plank
Trade Johnny and get a better CF
Move Nady to right
Sign Pavano cheap.. He owes us
See if Matsui can play LF, if not DH him
Split catching time with Jorge and Molina
boot I Rod
Get CC
Let Giambi and his stache walk
If Jorge can catch,,, Get Texeira
sign Moose to a short contract
Let Cano play winter ball and get someone like Larry Bowa to keep him in line.
Enter Ponson in an eating contest.

It's a start


Must win time ! Yankees vs. Red Sox Pitching Preview

Tuesday
BOS: Wakefield (7-8, 3.67 ERA)
NYY: Pettitte (13-9, 4.17 ERA)

Wednesday
BOS: Byrd (8-11, 4.61 ERA)
NYY: Ponson (7-4, 4.67 ERA)

Thursday
BOS: Lester (12-5, 3.49 ERA)
NYY: Mussina (16-7, 3.45 ERA)


Mo and Mo's son "MiniMo" help complete the sweep of the O's

Rivera had an added good-luck charm on hand, as his 14-year-old son, Mariano Jr., was the bat boy during the trip. Rivera entered in the eighth for two of his three weekend saves. His lockdowns helped ensure the Yankees will carry some momentum into their next series, a critical three games with the Red Sox in the Bronx. The Red Sox lead the Yankees in the wild-card race by five games.

The Yankees can thank their heated-up offense (four hits by Robinson Cano) and superb late bullpen work for the sweep. Orioles starter Daniel Cabrera wasn't exactly in peak form, allowing seven earned runs in 3 2/3 innings. Still, the Yankees scored 22 runs in the three-game series. And Mariano Rivera was there to lock up all three victories, recording a save in each game to reach 31.

"There's going to be times when I go three days, four days in a row," Rivera said. "It's all about the team. It doesn't matter the individual stats." (Full Story/Source)


Yankees vs. Orioles Pitching Preview

Friday
NYY: Mussina (16-7, 3.35 ERA)
BAL: Liz (4-3, 7.47 ERA)

Saturday
NYY: Pavano (0-0, 0.00 ERA)
BAL: Guthrie (10-9, 3.15 ERA)

Sunday
NYY: Rasner (5-9, 4.93 ERA)
BAL: Cabrera (8-8, 4.98 ERA)


There he is.... We have been waiting for the real Ponson to show up.

It was only a matter of time before Ponson showed his true colors.

Yanks get spanked 14-3

S Ponson (L, 7-4) IP-2.0 Hits-8 ER-7 ERA- 4.67


Jeter making some huge strides of late

Yankees win 5-1

Derek Jeter hit a two-run homer, Andy Pettitte pitched seven strong innings to snap a four-start winless streak and the New York Yankees beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-1 on Wednesday night.

Jeter's homer in the fourth inning was his eighth of the season and 203rd of his career, moving him past Bill Dickey and into a tie with Roger Maris for 11th place on the Yankees' all-time list.

He was 3-for-5 and is two hits shy of 2,500 for his career. He is batting .571 (16-for-27) over his past six games, including five multihit efforts.

Pettitte (13-9) had not won since beating Boston on July 26, losing twice and taking two no-decisions in between. He allowed one run and five hits in seven innings, walked none and struck out four. He set down 10 straight at one stretch and threw 83 pitches, including 62 strikes. (Full Story/ Source)


Que the carnival music. Nice catch Johnny.

On a night that Rasner actually pitched well, the offense was quiet. Nothing new with the quiet offense, but Rasner deserves a pat on the back.

Damon looked like he never played the outfield and Burnett made Giambi and A Rod look like idiots.

Michael Kay made a stupid remark about Damon. He said Damon never patted his glove before he made the catch, meaning that was why he didn't make the catch. What the heck does that have to do with anything? He isn't playing patty cakes. Catch the freaking ball.

On the flip side, Damon was offered a job to be Bozo the Clown and our sources are telling us that he is intrigued by the idea. "I think it would be kind of fun" Damon said. "I wouldn't have to change much, I would just continue my outfield antics in a clown costume. Sounds easy enough" Sources say his only down fall may be juggling, because it would require catching the balls. (Not actual quotes)

Yanks drop a tough one 2-1


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