Sleeping King

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  1. RIP Yankees

    For once I am going to agree with you. Daniels should send Teixera to the Dodgers and make them give up Clayton Kershaw. That kid could be huge. He is a Dallas kid too.
  2. RIP Yankees

    That is why it says could be. There are several very good pitching prospects. Buchholz and Hughes are two of the highest regarded. But Hughes, Bailey and Gallardo are all in the Majors now. As far as pitchers in the minors I think you are going to be hard pressed to find anyone better then Buchholz.
  3. Henry to Barcelona!

    Fernando Torres might have something to say about that. He just signed for 6 years. Liverpool just filled the only glaring weakness they have. Since Owen left they have not had a dominant striker.
  4. Future Hall Of Famers

    Seymour will be a lock by the time his career is over. Bruschi will have a pretty good chance. He will get some extra votes for coming back from the stroke.
  5. RIP Yankees

    Hey I am all for them destroying the farm, but most Yankee fans I know are sick of it. They will be pissed if Hughes or any other top flight prospect leaves.
  6. RIP Hargrove

    There has to be more to the story...right?
  7. RIP Yankees

    If they trade any of their top level prospects for help this year they are insane. Texas reportedly is asking for Phil Hughes + another top level prospect for Texeria. If anything like this happens Cashman should be fired that day. They have to stay the course for once. I think the Pavano deal has left a very bad taste in George's mouth on overpaying for players.
  8. RIP Yankees

    Honestly for the first time in a while I do not think it will be the wallet that helps them out. The Yankees finally have a good farm system. You already saw a little of Phil Hughes and they have several more prospects that will likely be ready mid season next year. Yankees biggest problem is that Boston has a load of pitching coming up. Lester, Gabbard and what could be the best pitching prospect in the minors Clay Buchholz. But yeah I do agree they will be right back in it next season.
  9. RIP Yankees

    Lil Napolean? Sweet now I am French. I like French fries....and toast. Maybe I will come up with a cute nickname for you. Fat Albert it is. Hey Hey Hey!!
  10. Team of the "Noughties"

    Upon further review this is a great post. Towards the end I feel like I am watching Batman kick some ass. BUZZ BUZZ SMACK KAPOW!!!
  11. Team of the "Noughties"

    Shhh..he is a cowboys fan. It is difficult to subtract complex numbers like 3 and 1.
  12. NBA Draft!

    Not up for my bet? Come on the Cowboys are going to the promised land wooohoo!!! I'll even give you three to choose from. A. Patriots beat the Cowboys in Dallas B. If the Red Sox play the Mets in the Series they will win C. The Celtics will make the playoffs Hopefully none of these are too racist for ya.
  13. Here we go again

    That really is a shame for Penguin fans. Mario tries to save the day, Sid tries to save the day, not sure what else can be done. I guess this proves that a superstar does not always save a franchise. People assume Durant can save Seattle but I would not be shocked if he and Crosby were playing in Vegas fairly soon.
  14. RIP Yankees

    Granted my glasses are a bit Red but I just do not see any reason to think they can make the wild card. Right now the wild card belongs to Detroit who is much much better than New York. Down the stretch the Yankees bullpen is going to have nothing with the amount of work they have had this half season. The offense is extremely inconsistent and the starting pitching is below average. They are just a very average team. Let us be optomistic and say that 92 wins might get you the wild card. New York would have to play 55-30 (25 games over .500) to get there. It is ohhhhhvaaaaa!!! Ding dong the witch is dead, the witch is dead. Ding dong, the witch is dead!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  15. RIP Yankees

    Gaudin one hits them and they have not scored more than 2 runs in the last 5 completed games. 2007 New York Yankees Born-April 2, 2007--Found Dead-June 30, 2007 The 07 season can now rest in peace. Go Sox!