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Merry Freaking Christmas Yankee Fans. Derek Jeter the gift that keeps on giving
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I'll be dipped and rolled!
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Sir Didi Gregorius @DidiG18 @AaronBoone Hey Skip am i still batting 4th ???
"Losing feels worse than winning feels good." Vin Scully
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Priceless!
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Paultz, that picture gave me a good chuckle.

Though that Green Monster is fool's gold for most righty-hitters. It really screws up your swing. It's all about lefties peppering that wall for singles and doubles.
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It looks like the Yankees were the only team willing to let the no-trade clause stay and commit to almost 300 million for 10 years. I wonder how they calculate his value? 6 good years, one or two injury years, and 2 or 3 of diminished production?
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It looks like the Yankees were the only team willing to let the no-trade clause stay and commit to almost 300 million for 10 years. I wonder how they calculate his value? 6 good years, one or two injury years, and 2 or 3 of diminished production?


The $$$$$$$$$'s are Yankees-huge, but otherwise the Yanks gave a modest package back for one of the best sluggers in MLB and one who just turned 28 last month. I like the deal because the FO left a Top 10 Farm System mostly intact and Stanton is 'probably' good for at least 6 Prime-Plus years during a time when the Yanks are not done adding to pitching this off-season and over a timeframe, where some prospects become major league-ready.
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