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Yankees Not in Usual Spending Mode

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Where the hell are the Yankees?

Not at the winter meetings. At least, not in any place where there is news other than a 37-year-old third baseman breaking down.

Frankly, I’m waiting for some right-minded Yankees executive to stand up and shout, “HELLO? IS ANYBODY HOME? WHY ISN’T JOSH HAMILTON ALREADY IN PINSTRIPES?”

If there isn’t debate in the front office over the Yankees’ self-imposed austerity kick, there darned well should be.

 

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