Yankee talk back 4, or is it 5

“Stay cool!!!!!”

Since: May 08

Santa Fe, NM

#269375 Feb 5, 2013
momma chamberlin wrote:
<quoted text>Sandys not talking about this year, this year is for development and on the job training. Sandys phone rings everyday with trade offers wanting some of his young pitching..Sandy wont budge until mid season and even then it has to be a unreal deal for them...The Mets are the only team in baseball that can aquire Trout or Harper in one phone call, that's the cards Sandys dealing with. As for the surrounding area of the BIG CITI ? As I informed you years ago Fred owns 90 percent of it and a casino is just a small vision. As soon as the attornies finish paying off the garbage to leave, within 3 years you'll see first class hotels, restaurants, casinos and taverns surround the BIG CITI...like the Barclays Center and it's surrounding area it'll be the place to be seen in NY


"attornies"?? omg...uneducated

again, tell me how an avowed racist, bigot and a person who uses bookies to bet on professional games is allowed in a situation like the mets or jets?

and,is it from the office tower in the carolina basement?

“No Lying”

Since: Oct 07

And Never Fooled

#269376 Feb 5, 2013
truth or dared wrote:
<quoted text>
"Steeped" ? This never happened. But, what I had mentioned did happen. Brookhaven came on and called you a f/ucking liar. Anytime you really want to meet, you know where to find me. Stop lying now. I am glad you shared your dream with us in here. By the way, aren't you the guy who claims he is never fooled?
Yea Jimi we already know this is you doing a phony profile. You admitted it to me in private. I was going to be quiet about it however your reputation has been smeared for the whole forum to see. Question is now, what other profiles do you use?

“Anti-Troll is next”

Since: Jan 13

Oyster Bay, NY

#269377 Feb 5, 2013
truth or dared wrote:
<quoted text>
"Steeped" ? This never happened. But, what I had mentioned did happen. Brookhaven came on and called you a f/ucking liar. Anytime you really want to meet, you know where to find me. Stop lying now. I am glad you shared your dream with us in here. By the way, aren't you the guy who claims he is never fooled?
don't interupt him now he's at his book signing and has no time for frauds like you. make an appointment with us if you seriously want him to reply to your nonsense. don't make us have to tell you again LMAO

“Stay cool!!!!!”

Since: May 08

Santa Fe, NM

#269378 Feb 5, 2013
The Anti-Troll wrote:
<quoted text>
Kemp's health is key & there are some question marks in the rotation.(Beckett, Lilly, Capuano) Greinke is a sweet pickup. Crawford has something to prove this year, I think he's going to shine against NL pitching. Hanley/Gonzo/Kemp are as good a 3-4-5 as you can get.


kemp is a monster if healthy...and, i agree with crawford. not so sure what beckett has left...but, you left off kershaw and greinke being a top 1,2...that is huge...

“Stay cool!!!!!”

Since: May 08

Santa Fe, NM

#269379 Feb 5, 2013
Pete Case 123 wrote:
<quoted text>
Have you picked a time and place yet you want the bags of sand shoved down your throat? too funny all your stupid posts about the juicekees LMAO. Mets are clearly a better team then the juickees and have no chance but last place in the AL East for the next 10 years. 1972 baby LMAO


this ties in with a recent note i got...its way too overboard. shame.

“No Lying”

Since: Oct 07

And Never Fooled

#269380 Feb 5, 2013
momma chamberlin wrote:
<quoted text>Sandys not talking about this year, this year is for development and on the job training. Sandys phone rings everyday with trade offers wanting some of his young pitching..Sandy wont budge until mid season and even then it has to be a unreal deal for them...The Mets are the only team in baseball that can aquire Trout or Harper in one phone call, that's the cards Sandys dealing with. As for the surrounding area of the BIG CITI ? As I informed you years ago Fred owns 90 percent of it and a casino is just a small vision. As soon as the attornies finish paying off the garbage to leave, within 3 years you'll see first class hotels, restaurants, casinos and taverns surround the BIG CITI...like the Barclays Center and it's surrounding area it'll be the place to be seen in NY
You have to fix your spell check on your phone. You must have typed "attorneys" and it changed it to "attornies". I had a similar problem once with my phone. When the cell is damaged, it malfunctions and spews out spelling errors. Maybe have one of your assistants take your phone to a place to get it looked at

“The No Troll Zone”

Since: Jan 13

Where it's at.

#269381 Feb 5, 2013
Unbiased Chargers Fan wrote:
<quoted text>Dude, the manager just called and told me theres already about 60 people waiting in line
Imagine their surprise when EL James doesn't show up.

“The No Troll Zone”

Since: Jan 13

Where it's at.

#269382 Feb 5, 2013
jimi-yank wrote:
<quoted text>
lol, how did you know he is a high school dropout?
You mean he's old enough to drop out of high school?

“Stay cool!!!!!”

Since: May 08

Santa Fe, NM

#269383 Feb 5, 2013
Pete Case 123 wrote:
<quoted text>
don't interupt him now he's at his book signing and has no time for frauds like you. make an appointment with us if you seriously want him to reply to your nonsense. don't make us have to tell you again LMAO


lmao...he is on line..babbling about some highly edited message...he was just called a effin liar by brookhaven, and by this other guy

we are going to trust a liar? who knowingly edits posts and messages?

fraid not...just a lie like you are...we know who you are...shame.

I am expecting the forum exposed liar to show us edited lies of messages...no doubt.

bring it on, forum liar...a book signing, more proof of massive lies

like the phony wedding..on and on...just like the poll created by the real pete case...

“Stay cool!!!!!”

Since: May 08

Santa Fe, NM

#269384 Feb 5, 2013
The Anti-Troll wrote:
<quoted text>
You mean he's old enough to drop out of high school?


I know, he acts like a 14 yr old...but he is around 34...slightly balding, needs hair plugs..wears dentures..does roids...

but, a drop out..confirmed. an illegal in florida, who is careful when he drives as he could get busted...

his dime and nickel vending business is not licensed in florida either...
the don

Roslyn Heights, NY

#269385 Feb 5, 2013
FuMan Chu Yanks wrote:
<quoted text>
Yanks need a right handed slugger.
yes they do and a good catcher like martin and some bench strengh like Ibanez, Chavez and Jones who between them clubbed 49 Hr's and 133 rbi's and all contribuded in the field as well...Five games and 107 runs seperated the yanks from the third place rays...Yanks have lost 279 runs since the season ended..How do they make this up with the current roster?

“Stay cool!!!!!”

Since: May 08

Santa Fe, NM

#269386 Feb 5, 2013
Hey, I thought someone was at a book signing? why it appears every word posted is gleaned over carefully...

a riot...one liar is in a basement in the carolinas the other in rapunzels tower, in a great city, afraid to go out and have a life..zero pals...every one else in that town is workng or at the beach, or golf course...only no lifes are staring at a computer from dawn to early am in the morning, spewing lies left and right..

“Lou Gehrig, Pride of the Yanks”

Since: Aug 08

Washington, DC

#269387 Feb 5, 2013
The Anti-Troll wrote:
<quoted text>
Imagine their surprise when EL James doesn't show up.
Book signing...ROLMFAO

“Lou Gehrig, Pride of the Yanks”

Since: Aug 08

Washington, DC

#269388 Feb 5, 2013
jimi-yank wrote:
Hey, I thought someone was at a book signing? why it appears every word posted is gleaned over carefully...
a riot...one liar is in a basement in the carolinas the other in rapunzels tower, in a great city, afraid to go out and have a life..zero pals...every one else in that town is workng or at the beach, or golf course...only no lifes are staring at a computer from dawn to early am in the morning, spewing lies left and right..
heeeee heeeeeeeee.....

“Stay cool!!!!!”

Since: May 08

Santa Fe, NM

#269389 Feb 5, 2013
momma chamberlin wrote:
<quoted text>Sandys not talking about this year, this year is for development and on the job training. Sandys phone rings everyday with trade offers wanting some of his young pitching..Sandy wont budge until mid season and even then it has to be a unreal deal for them...The Mets are the only team in baseball that can aquire Trout or Harper in one phone call, that's the cards Sandys dealing with. As for the surrounding area of the BIG CITI ? As I informed you years ago Fred owns 90 percent of it and a casino is just a small vision. As soon as the attornies finish paying off the garbage to leave, within 3 years you'll see first class hotels, restaurants, casinos and taverns surround the BIG CITI...like the Barclays Center and it's surrounding area it'll be the place to be seen in NY


say, speaking of pm's....junior has admitted the south carolina rental.also, we all know he admitted the "debbie" lie and cracks up every time...also, the met, jet and net suite bs..along with vermont and saratoga

now andy, chill with the met stuff...we get 99% from the papers and about 12 hours prior to you...

now, explain how they want a racist, bigot and a gambler with a bookie in the office?

of course, you have no money to gamble, but hey...

“Lou Gehrig, Pride of the Yanks”

Since: Aug 08

Washington, DC

#269390 Feb 5, 2013
Prospects most likely to break the top 100 this season
Posted on February 3, 2013 by Greg Corcoran

MILB.com just released their top 100 prospects, and three Yankees are on it; Gary Sanchez, Mason Williams, and Tyler Austin. Slade Heathcott was missing from the list, but he deserves to be on it. This got me thinking about which Yankees prospects have a shot at breaking the top 100 this season. Slade Heathcott is already a top 100 player and will be on several of these lists before the season starts after his dominance in the AFL, so he wonít be included in this discussion.

The way I see it, these players can be broken into three categories. The first group is the group that is already knocking on the door, and if they keep doing what they do at a higher level will likely be on the list by the end of the season. The second group has the tools and could be in the discussion if things go well this season, and will be a shoe-in if they have a monster season. The third group is the group of long shots who will need a monster season to be in the discussion, but with their set of tools this is not out of the realm of possibilities.

Group one: Already Close

1. Jose Ramirez: Ramirez will be starting Double-A this season, and he is coming off his best season as a professional. He has three pitches, has phenomenal stuff and he strikes guys out. If he repeats his 2012 season in Double-A heís a shoe-in as far as Iím concerned.

2. Jose Campos: Missed most of 2012, but he was already in top 100 discussions before that season started. If he can come back this season with a full, healthy season and perform the way he did in Seattleís system in 2011, he will be in the top 100.

3. Rafael DePaula: Granted, his only action has been in the DSL. With his stuff, all he needs to do to make the list is come to the United States and perform well against people his own age. Thatís no small task but with his repertoire he is up for the challenge.

4. Angelo Gumbs: He was in the midst of a major breakout season at Charleston before his injury. Word is heís back to his old self. If he can bring that same performance into next season with the tools he already possesses, he could squeak into the back end of the top 100.

Group two: Need a big season

5. Nik Turley: He had an uptick in stuff going into 2012. The spike in stuff correllated with a spike in performance. If he has another slight improvement and repeats his 2012 season, he could be a newcomer to the list.

6. Mark Montgomery: Being placed in this group is less about his performance and more about the fact that he is a reliever. Relievers donít get much love on top 100 lists, however he could be the exception if he does what he has done at the upper levels. If heís not already with the Yankees by the end of the season he could be a top 100 guy.

7. Ramon Flores: Flores is missing one thing from being in the same discussion as Heathcott, Williams, and Austin. Power. If he can hit 15 homeruns this season heís going to be on a couple of top 100 lists.

8. Greg Bird: Hereís a guy who has already turned some heads with his bat. Now that heís a first baseman heíll really have to hit to crack the top 100, but many feel his bat is capable of this kind of output.

“Stay cool!!!!!”

Since: May 08

Santa Fe, NM

#269391 Feb 5, 2013
FuMan Chu Yanks wrote:
<quoted text>
Book signing...ROLMFAO


as he wrote that stupid post, the liar is posting left and right, sending messages to momma...its a riot..

the brookhaven call out yesterday was great...junior is a effin liar...

hahahahahahahahaahahahahahahah ahahaha

what a shock...

no hi to momma either...so much for the "neighbor" lie...

“Stay cool!!!!!”

Since: May 08

Santa Fe, NM

#269392 Feb 5, 2013
FuMan Chu Yanks wrote:
Prospects most likely to break the top 100 this season
Posted on February 3, 2013 by Greg Corcoran
MILB.com just released their top 100 prospects, and three Yankees are on it; Gary Sanchez, Mason Williams, and Tyler Austin. Slade Heathcott was missing from the list, but he deserves to be on it. This got me thinking about which Yankees prospects have a shot at breaking the top 100 this season. Slade Heathcott is already a top 100 player and will be on several of these lists before the season starts after his dominance in the AFL, so he wonít be included in this discussion.
The way I see it, these players can be broken into three categories. The first group is the group that is already knocking on the door, and if they keep doing what they do at a higher level will likely be on the list by the end of the season. The second group has the tools and could be in the discussion if things go well this season, and will be a shoe-in if they have a monster season. The third group is the group of long shots who will need a monster season to be in the discussion, but with their set of tools this is not out of the realm of possibilities.
Group one: Already Close
1. Jose Ramirez: Ramirez will be starting Double-A this season, and he is coming off his best season as a professional. He has three pitches, has phenomenal stuff and he strikes guys out. If he repeats his 2012 season in Double-A heís a shoe-in as far as Iím concerned.
2. Jose Campos: Missed most of 2012, but he was already in top 100 discussions before that season started. If he can come back this season with a full, healthy season and perform the way he did in Seattleís system in 2011, he will be in the top 100.
3. Rafael DePaula: Granted, his only action has been in the DSL. With his stuff, all he needs to do to make the list is come to the United States and perform well against people his own age. Thatís no small task but with his repertoire he is up for the challenge.
4. Angelo Gumbs: He was in the midst of a major breakout season at Charleston before his injury. Word is heís back to his old self. If he can bring that same performance into next season with the tools he already possesses, he could squeak into the back end of the top 100.
Group two: Need a big season
5. Nik Turley: He had an uptick in stuff going into 2012. The spike in stuff correllated with a spike in performance. If he has another slight improvement and repeats his 2012 season, he could be a newcomer to the list.
6. Mark Montgomery: Being placed in this group is less about his performance and more about the fact that he is a reliever. Relievers donít get much love on top 100 lists, however he could be the exception if he does what he has done at the upper levels. If heís not already with the Yankees by the end of the season he could be a top 100 guy.
7. Ramon Flores: Flores is missing one thing from being in the same discussion as Heathcott, Williams, and Austin. Power. If he can hit 15 homeruns this season heís going to be on a couple of top 100 lists.
8. Greg Bird: Hereís a guy who has already turned some heads with his bat. Now that heís a first baseman heíll really have to hit to crack the top 100, but many feel his bat is capable of this kind of output.


relievers get zero love..montgomery will be on the roster at some point this year..adams the second baseman, just might..murphy the young catcher will be on the list for sure..a real hitter.

check out montgomerys stats, k's vs innings..yanks love him and would not trade him...yanks were ranked no 11 by baseball america and will go higher next year..only knock, not ready for this year talent..they love the group of kids on the team...just 2 years away for most.

“Lou Gehrig, Pride of the Yanks”

Since: Aug 08

Washington, DC

#269393 Feb 5, 2013
the don wrote:
<quoted text> yes they do and a good catcher like martin and some bench strengh like Ibanez, Chavez and Jones who between them clubbed 49 Hr's and 133 rbi's and all contribuded in the field as well...Five games and 107 runs seperated the yanks from the third place rays...Yanks have lost 279 runs since the season ended..How do they make this up with the current roster?
Ahhhh why did you have go and ruin my lunch Dom? lol.

“Lou Gehrig, Pride of the Yanks”

Since: Aug 08

Washington, DC

#269394 Feb 5, 2013
jimi-yank wrote:
<quoted text>
as he wrote that stupid post, the liar is posting left and right, sending messages to momma...its a riot..
the brookhaven call out yesterday was great...junior is a effin liar...
hahahahahahahahaahahahahahahah ahahaha
what a shock...
no hi to momma either...so much for the "neighbor" lie...
Lets just hope fatty never did show up and tries to pay with a check.

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