Tuesday, March 6, 2018


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We have heard about the possibility of the Yankees pursuing Alex Cobb a lot this off season.  And here it is again.

The latest comes from Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe. Love him...

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"The feeling among teams is that while Cobb is a desirable commodity, his agents haven't come down enough in asking price for a deal to make sense. The Brewers, Twins, and Yankees seem like legitimate landing spots for the 30-year-old, who went 12-10 with a 3.66 ERA for the Rays last year after recovering from Tommy John surgery. Teams are looking at a three-year deal, but pitchers of Cobb's caliber and age want more. It may not exist in this market."

Now here's the thing... it's a guess, a suggestion and you know what? It makes a ton of sense.

I would love to see Cobb on the Yankees roster.  I'm just not sure they are interested.  But hell, Cobb is definitely an upgrade in my mind.

Stay tuned.

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