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The Yankees obviously would be far better off hiring geniuses like Pallazo to make their decisions.
Jeter's been playing for so long that his jock-strap has attained a form of sentience.
Arn Tellem represents Ryan. Before today, when was the last time Heyman was first to report on a player signing *not* represented by Boras?
Forgive me because this is a few days old, but CBS Sports baseball columnist Jon Heyman offered an assessment of the Cards' shortstop search. One follow-up note: not that the Cardinals had any interest in free-agent Brendan Ryan (they didn't) but he's agreed to terms with the Yankees. Even though the Yankees just signed Ryan to provide Derek Jeter injury insurance, Heyman claims they're still pursuing expensive free-agent shortstop Stephen Drew. Which is exactly what Drew's agent, Scott Boras, wants Heyman and potential Drew customers to believe.
I was reading a Bernie Mikalsz article and he was making fun of the fact that Heyman is reporting that the Yankees are still interested in Drew, and that Heyman is reporting it because that is what Boras wants people to think.
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