NY Yankees Trade Scenarios: Why Giancarlo Stanton Is Worth Giving Up the Farm
Giancarlo Stanton rounds the bases after one of his 37 home runs during a Sep. 29 game against the Philadelphia Phillies Jason Arnold/Getty Images As the New York Yankees hold firm to their position that the team will limit next year's payroll to $189 million or less, New York may want to consider offering the farm for the Miami Marlins' 's ... (more)Read more
#1 Nov 20, 2012
I DON'T BELIEVE THE CURRENT OWNERS WILL SPENT MONEY TO GET THE PLAYERS THEY NEED TO WIN ANOTHER WORLD SERIES, MUCH LESS ANOTHER ALC CHAMPSHIP.I BET GEORGE IS TURNING OVER IN HIS GRAVE,BECAUSE OF THE HIS SON'S ARE RUNNING THINGS.I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN A YANKEE FAN, BUT TO MUCH TALK ABOUT LESS SPENDING TELLS ME.THE NEW OWNERS NOT GIVE A DAM.,ABOUT HISTORY AND WINNING. PLEASE GET OFF YOUR BUTTS AND MAKE THE YANNKEES WINNERS AGAIN.
#2 Nov 21, 2012
You think the Steinkids are cheap?
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