When asked why Mcnamee kept used gauze and syringes, he replied: “You never know when you are going to need it. I also have a room filled with used toilet paper from 1975 and a bag of Ty Cobb’s toe nail clippings. I am not an idiot when it comes to DNA.”
Wow, we really must have been scrapping the bottom of the barrel with this article.
Apparently, this was important enough to put in the Daily News.
"I was a little worried about getting traded because I wanted to stick with my teammates," Cabrera said. "I feel really happy that the Mets got Santana. (Trades) are part of baseball, but I'm really happy about staying with the Yankees." Source
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DEBATE MODERATOR: Mr Giambi.. Do you think you can play a great defense over at first base?
GIAMBI: Who's askin,... Congress? If it's Congress the answer is no. Anyone else, it's yes.
DEBATE MODERATOR: Betemit, can you provide some offense this year?
BETEMIT: I batted .230 last year, so.. well.. basically.. how do I put this? umm No, No offense. I can however promise to consistently hit terrible from both sides of the plate.
DEBATE MODERATOR: Shelly, it appears you are foaming from the mouth, so I will skip your question.
DEBATE MODERATOR: Ensberg, what exactly is a minor league contract? Seems kind of sad, Don't it?
ENSBERG: I can't afford to comment. No really.. Kind of broke and hit rock bottom. I am competing against 3 people for a position that none of us can play. Isn't exactly how I pictured things.
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In exchange for Santana, the Mets are surrendering four young players: outfielder Carlos Gómez and pitchers Philip Humber, Deolis Guerra and Kevin Mulvey.
The Twins were teetering between two different offers. Ponderosa offered them a $10 gift certificate in exchange for Santana and of course the Mets offered a bunch of lint. GM Bill Smith admits his decision to go with the Mets offer, was not an easy one.
Smith explains: "I just love those mash potatoes" "oh, and I am a complete idiot."
Hopefully our Mets guru OCB will offer up a statistical breakdown of the trade. Stay tuned.
Hendricks' report includes 38 charts, one of which shows Clemens' ERA was lower than the league average in all but two of his 23 major league seasons. The report also compares variations in Clemens' career with those of Randy Johnson, Curt Schilling and Nolan Ryan, and maintains slumps often can be correlated with injuries. Source
Hendricks' decided not to add in the additional numbers on Bonds, Sosa, McGwire and the full Mitchell report stating: " That would be devastating to our case"
The Yankees have long believed it's better to go year-to-year on contracts with their young players, figuring their outsized checkbook could always cover exploding costs if a player's career took off faster than projected. Plus, they wouldn't have guaranteed any cash if a player fizzled.
But, in a departure from that philosophy, the team is close to a four-year, $30 million deal with Robinson Cano, according to a baseball official with knowledge of the discussions.
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