...for someone. Hopefully the home team. If I wanted to be optimistic, I could point out that while the Yankee starter in Game 4 was a better bet than the.
Take lessons from Farley, because he's doing it right. It's especially appropriate that this arrived in time for what might be the greatest day of the year, Yankee Elimination Day!.
Apparently, the team that signs Joba Chamberlain's paychecks is upset that a player of actual accomplishment is too demonstrative.
A correspondent writes: I have been wondering whether the Indians are going to vote Bill Bavasi a playoff share if they make the playoffs. He deserves one. I dunno, Eduardo.
That's pretty much right. And yet, given that it's not actually going to prevent the Yankees from signing anyone they really want, and that there aren't exactly a lot of.
Shorter Brian Cashman: "Dear Derek: if you don't like being only significantly overpaid rather than grossly overpaid, feel free to go out and see if Michael Kay has been made.
In an homage to the completely impartial commitment to the principle that no pundit can ever be fired for expressing views their employers find objectionable recently displayed by conservatives, I.
I see no reason why this needs to go back to Texas.