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That's a kabuki question, bro.
As one of the few who actually knows what that means, shame on you, Shooty. Hee hee.
Has Cashman said anything about this yet?
I see the downside of this as the Ivan Rodriguez/Yankee experiment.
What number will he wear?: It won't be 51. Without mentioning the name of Bernie Williams, Ichiro said he knew how much the number meant to the Yankees and would ask for something else.
1928 A's had by the end of the season:
I didn't bother adding up the other guys, but I think they have to give the Yanks a run for their money.
I've seen it a few times the last few years, where does the "Girardi doesn't have the guts to move Jeter out of the leadoff spot" stuff come from. Moving Jeter to #9 would be one thing but Jeter has more career PA in the #2 spot than the #1 spot and he had 35 starts in the #2 spot just last year. And there's no way Jeter would gripe about batting behind a legend like Ichiro.
He should wear #41.
The year the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?
Why not? Why is Jeter a sainted leadoff hitter? ... You can bat Jeter behind Brett Gardner but you can't bat him behind Ichiro?
Ichiro will wear #31.
Ichiro's number should just be an exclamation point.
So what cap will they put on his Hall of Fame plaque?
Sooo..... what are the boos like tonight in Seattle, I wonder?
kids these days are listening to Snoopy Snoopy Poop Dog
ESPN will be airing his first at bat. So, when they get to the 3rd inning after 11:30.
If he can make it there, he can make it anywhere, if he wanted to
With Jeter, A-rod, and now Ichiro, I wonder where the 2012 Yankees might rank on the team career hits list?
And so it begins...
Huge standing O for Ichiro in Seattle
With Jeter, A-rod, and now Ichiro, I wonder if Cashman thinks it 2002 not 2012?
Ichiro is, of course, very cool, but he's also pretty terrible now.
Shooty, I have seen a lot of "done" veterans have a really good few months in pinstripes at the end of their career. I'm excited, and hopeful.
I thought to meself, 4-to-1 this is a bogus headline.
Nippon Ham Fighters is probably the best team name ever..
It s interesting though, seeing that Ibanez and Jones ' UZR actually hasn't been bad so far this year
Random Q: Did something happen to make Jones go from "greatest CF ever" to "barely adequate", or did he just get fat?
Ichiro is the insanely-wealthy-poor-man's Brett Gardner
I'm rather fond of the Bolton Robots of Doom
C: Mauer (nope)
Did something happen to make Jones go from "greatest CF ever" to "barely adequate", or did he just get fat?
Who's clearly better? Yadier Molina, maybe.
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