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Because they haven’t produced a renowned reliever since Rivera?
Did he get hurt because he was a starter?
Joba stopped being good after he got HURT.
If true, there's a good argument that the Yankees are responsible, for yo-yo-ing him between starting and relief, and then putting severe pitch count limits on his starts, and putting him on an irregular starting schedule.
No, it can never be "proven." But there's one thing for damned sure: their tinkering with him simply did not work.
Brian Cashman, bitten by the Moneyball bug, ...
I'm from Nebraska, and to be honest with you, I was pretty shocked by Joba's initial success. When he was at Nebraska, he was running high 3 ERAs and had a low nineties fastball like every other run of the mill prospect.
How many clicks will not blaming the Yankees get you?
...Is it a coincidence that the Yankees lost their famed Aura and Mystique when they took a wrecking ball to the very place that nursed the ghosts?
The haters will never be able to take away the fact that for half as year, he was better than great.
Worst Chamberlain ( as a person):
Neville wins that hands down, but any such list is incomplete without Ice Box Chamberlain, a strong contender for any all-nickname team.
Is there any evidence that Neville Chamberlain was a horrible person... I mean other than being a politician obviously.
No doubt he showed terrible judgment, and made a catastrophic decision. But that doesn't make you a bad person. And the reason for doing so, was that he was desperately trying to avoid a global friggin war. That counts for something I think.
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