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The Dr. Sem Yankees Show

July 1, 2023


I watched this and agreed with everything the host said!



Jul 01, 2023

I agree that the Yankees should sell but they won't. Even if they did I think only Bader brings back something valuable and probably not MLB-ready prospects. Severino and German might bring back something because teams always overpay for pitching but given Severino's injury history and German's lack of a strong rack record they're not going to bring back MLB-ready players. All those guys are also rentals so be prepared to be disappointed in the return.

Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Jul 02, 2023
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I wrote of this the other day.

If the Yankees stay the course, and fail again in the post season, another year will pass. The Yankees in 2024 will probably look very much like the Yankees of 2023, which looked the like the Yankees of 2022...

Plus, a host of 2023 Yanks won't be back - probably including Bader, Severino, and others. It's possible the 2024 team could be worse than the 2023 team.

I see both of those possibilities as very likely.

Each year the Yankees fail to reach the World Series, they lose one more year of Judge's prime (and Cole's). The window closes a bit more.

But, if the Yankees take a step back - see that…

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