Tuesday, November 14, 2017


I'm kidding about Tolleson.

You know I love joking about all these names that are popping up when it comes to the Yankee managerial search, but it almost sounds ridiculous at this point. It's like the 80's and 90's all over again!  The latest name is Hensley Meulens... gotta love it.

Chris Haft of MLB.com has this nugget:

"Meulens is expected to interview for the Yankees' vacancy later this week or early next week. He was a prospect with New York in the late 1980s and early '90s. A former infielder-outfielder, Meulens batted .221 with 12 homers and 46 RBIs in 159 games over five seasons with the Yankees (1989-93). He also played for Montreal in 1997 and Arizona in '98."

Does he have the experience? Yes, he totally does.  And not only that, I think he'd be perfect for a young Yankee team. Will they consider him? Well... he's gonna have to wow the Yankees, but I can see this as a big time possibility.

Then maybe they sign Wayne Tolleson as the third base coach.  I used to love that guy.

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