Hey Yankees: Carlos Zambrano is the new Cliff Lee
So anyway uh... yeah.
Carlos Zambrano will definitely win 27 games in 2011.
I'm pretty sure he's... I mean I am positive that the whole anger thing?
Carlos Zambrano - you saw his last starts last year - the good ones, correct?
Well, there you go.
That's the REAL Carlos.
All that bad stuff that happened in his past is... well just forget about that and only remember the good stuff.
Sound good, Yankee GM Brian Cashman?
Because we know how much you must be squirming when the NY DAILY NEWS had a photo of Cliff Lee throwing a pitch and the headline reads: SCREW BALL. LEE GIVES YANKS THE SHAFT, HEADS TO PHILLIES FOR $50 MIL LESS.
You got hosed.
That son of a BITCH Cliff Lee went behind your back and took a job with the Phillies?
OUCH. E. WAWA.
Somebody in your organization even said something like, "He left 50 mil on the table? He must REALLY not want to be a Yankee. Glad we found out now."
And now... Boston is SO gonna take the AL East.
Yes that's right: unless you decide to get the Cubs' Carlos Zambrano.
I would suggest you just take on his contract and write the Cubs a check for the 50 mil you just SAVED by not signing that son of a bitch Cliff Lee. And maybe a couple prospects or something.
You can always depend on Sergio MItre, I guess, but...
You know Carlos is gonna win 27 games next year.
A winking goat told me.
May their next game go 26 innngs..and get suspended.
So many memories from this game -- Javy's HR, Grimm's Ks, Soler's throw, Schwarber's ridiculous bomb, Strop overcoming his demons, Lackey screaming at himself after giving up the hit to Hammel....just awesome stuff.
dodgers win...1 more game of pitcher use on the mets and dodgers (degrom + greenkey)
maddon is easily one of the best managers out there, that's why he's getting paid huge for someone that doesn't have to rent/own in NYC/LA.
for the most part there's 2-3-5 of guys on that level, and 25-28 other teams trying to find a guy who's capable. they can also go out of favor rather quickly (m.sciossa recently). last year's NL MOY didn't make it a full year into 2015 before getting fired.
no matter how one feels about how it could have been done cheaper with less commitment, we only know how this way is working out. it's been awesome so far.
Agree. It could not be more perfect that we beat the Cardinals in this ascendant season of all seasons, and in the first postseason series we ever saw them in.
I think all we can say is, "Okay, let's go on to the next series and see what happens." And how indescribably awesome is it to be able to say that on this date in this year.
Thanks, O&B. So funny about our age. Let's just say- I have always wondered why Durocher didn't give Hundley a few days off when he had Gene Oliver and John Boccabella on the bench.
Strop K'ing Peralta to start the 8th, given their history -- what a fantastic moment! And Javy bouncing back -- big time -- form yesterday's games.
Contributions from literally everyone in this series -- Soler and Schwarber were off the charts -- Miggy's pick-off was awesome.
This team is just so much damn fun.
Wish I knew how to post a pic. Both CUBSTER & I in attendance. I finally feel like some demons have been vanquished, and there is some magic here.
Joe Maddon is far and away the best manager I have seen work for my team.
pretty much this. also, a magician.
Madden brought it in some lions and sharks to Wrigley Field and let them eat people
What did I miss?
I think Strop deserves a very special mention. He had so many struggles against the Cardinals but pitched two successful and very high pressure innings the last two games against them and looked nasty doing so.
How about this, the Cubs are 10-1 over the last 3 weeks.
I was thinking about it earlier that the Cubs are 101-66 and the Cards 101-65...but, does anyone outside of the two of us ever calculate records including post season? Don't think I've seen that ever before.