Shut up Shirley, you and Pauly are the 2 most ignorant posters in this forum.<quoted text> Good dead on factual post paul, she has displayed a total lack of character as a poster in this forum..
This was the post:
Paul Yanks wrote:
<quoted text>You shut up you lying moron......many times on here you called Tito "francoma" you liar......and your fatso pal momma mimicked you like a parrot you stupid Aussie liar......and you were dead wrong about Boone Logan also.....he has a bone chip in his elbow not a torn ligament you bitter azzhole.....
Here's some Logan stuff that backs what Ive been saying:
Logan, 29, has a 3.38 ERA (3.64 FIP) with a dynamite strikeout rate (10.30 K/9 and 26.8 K%) in 175.2 innings since coming to New York prior to the 2010 season. Heís held same-side hitters to a .292 wOBA with a 32.6% strikeout rate in pinstripes. Logan has been the teamís best left-handed reliever since Mike Stanton was in his heyday and itís not all that close either. That said, Iím concerned about his recent workload ó his 204 appearances since 2011 are the 12th most in baseball ó and the fact that he admitted his elbow has been barking since Spring Training. Heíll need surgery to clean out a bone spur after the season.
The going rate for quality lefty relievers these days is something like three years and $12M (Damaso Marte!). Scott Downs got a little more (three years,$15M), Sean Burnett a little less (two years,$8M). Logan has a lot going for him in that heís relatively young, offers premium power stuff, and has shown he can do it in a small ballpark for a perennial contender. As good as heís been, there is a definite case to be made that letting him walk is the right move for the Yankees, especially given the elbow stuff. A $4-5M lefty reliever doesnít fit well under the $189M luxury tax given the teamís other commitments either.