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  • Writer's picturePaul Semendinger

The Dr. Sem Yankees Show (2/3/24)

February 3, 2024

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Dr. Semendinger talking Yankees baseball: Burnes, Deals, and some Pre-Season Grading Possibilities.




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Jonathan Silverberg
Jonathan Silverberg
Feb 12

We now (2/11) know the Brewers wanted Spencer Jones, and the Yanks said no...it will be years before we know whether they were right to refuse.

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Melfman1
Melfman1
Feb 03

You can’t force another team to trade with you, no matter how much you try. The Brewers wanted a MLB ready SS to replace Adames (a pending free agent) and they liked Ortiz more than Peraza. Who could blame them after how Oswald batted last year? The Yankees have no control over that, regardless of whether they were “all-in” on him. If you are head over heels for a girl but she doesn’t reciprocate the feelings, you have to move on. Case closed.


The Yanks could be in really big trouble moving forward if the new O’s start spending money. Before last year, their 8 years of dreadful to mediocre play allowed the Orioles to stock up their farm syste…


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