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Dawgpound 1613 wrote:Seems to be the going rate - 3 years, $21M+ (Benson, Wright and now, possibly Lieber). I'm higher on Lieber than some, apparantly, so while I think the $7/year is OK, I think the length of the deal is the bad part. While he may be worth it in 2005, I don't see him being worth it in 2007. But, for next year, I think it would be a good pick-up for the Phillies.
ajgnydc722 wrote:....unless they get RJ and Pavano.
SaintsOfTheDiamond wrote:ajgnydc722 wrote:....unless they get RJ and Pavano.
This is off topic, but why is everyone making Pavano out to be the savior of the Yankees? Do people really think he will repeat last year? It was a complete fluke IMO, and on top of that he's going to cost way too much. I could very well be wrong on this, but even if he put up numbers like last year for his entire career he wouldn't deserve what he's more than likely going to get. I just don't understand.
According to the New York Daily News, the Yankees are prepared to make a four-year offer to Carl Pavano.
The paper believes the Yankees will give up on acquiring Randy Johnson (until July anyway) and try to enter next season with a rotation of Mike Mussina, Pavano, Javier Vazquez, Eric Milton and Jaret Wright. They could still ink Pavano and try to re-sign Orlando Hernandez as a sixth starter. Kevin Brown will be dumped on another team, maybe Atlanta.
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