Saturday, January 30, 2016

WIN METHOD - - - THE COMING 2016 SEASON Part TWO

Hello WIN METHOD fans.  Trying to keep my promise of posting more this season.  Just completed Caribbean portion of  my extended road trip looking for WIN METHOD talent for the YANKEES.  Found a couple of very viable prospects.  Hope they come to fruition.  Sorry I can't give you the names.  Next, headed to Asia. 


Brian Cashman has done a wonderful job this off season and the 2016 season looks very promising.  With a very deep starting rotation and a lights out closing threesome the staff looks very solid.  There are openings for middle relief and the competition should produce an arm or two.  McCann and Sanchez behind the plate bodes well.  Throw in a pretty much defined starting infield of Teixeira at first base, Castro at second base, Gregorius at shortstop, and Headley at third base, giving a very nice infield.  The outfield looks strong with Beltran, Ellsbury, and Gardner from right to left.  Hicks as the fourth man.  Spring training is right around the corner and the completion will be for the other roster spots.  The roadblock continues to be afraud at designated hitter who is clogging up the youth movement.  Alas there is little that can be done on this regard and afraud continues to be the greatest signing blunder by the YANKEES over the past two or three decades.


It will be fun to watch the YANKEE rotation this season.  With Masahiro Tanaka, Louis Louis Severion, Micheal Pineda, Nathan Eovaldi, Ivan Nova, CC Sabathia, battling for the five or will it be six starting spots.  Bryan Mitchell will be trying to break into the mold while possibly anchoring the middle long reliever role.


Then there are always Ackley, Refsnyder, and Bird to deal with.  Beyond that the farm is producing several players on the near and far horizon as Judge and Mateo and others.


Lets think positive, hope the injury bug stays away, and we can make the playoffs with a few more steps after that.   As always LETS GO YANKEES.



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Mike Smith said...

It's good to see the Yankee veterans not being pushed to play spring training games to quickly.

Xavier C said...

Todays lineup has the most starters starting the game.

Audrey Barnes said...

Yankees lead 2-1 after 3.

Sal Mineo said...

3-1 Yanks after 5.

Stan the Man said...

6-4 Yankees after 8.

Saul Irving said...

Final, Yanks win 6-4. Used nine pitchers, one per inning.

Cory said...

6-4 win for Yanks.

Dan Evans said...

Very nice. Nine pitchers for one inning each. Slow and easy wins the day.

Linda Rice said...

You have to give Girardi credit, he is one heck of a manager that knows what he is doing.

Sharon/NC said...

Tanaka makes his first appearance of the spring this afternoon against the Phillies.

Greg Stone said...

Girardi is not pushing anyone. Just build playing time and innings at each players pace.

Gus Papa said...

Refsynder starting at third base today.

Quay Ho said...

Refs stepping up to help the team. That's what it is all about. Called by posters here.

Sal Mineo said...

Tanaka with two scoreless innings. No score after two.

Steve said...

1-0 Yankees after five.

Hector Lopez said...

Refsynder has made a couple of good plays at third.

candycane said...

Yankees fall 6-5.

sid greenberg,nyc said...

Several of the Yankee youngsters have looked very promising as they continue to develop and learn how to help their team win when it matters.

Yanks23245 said...

The future looks promising for the Yankees, short and long term.

Yankeeforever said...

Michael Pineda will make his first spring start this afternoon.

WIN METHOD said...

Mateo, Judge, Sanchez, Louie Louie, all on the cusp of blooming at the major league level.

Warren Hammond said...

Louie Louie, Betances, and Miller also scheduled to pitch today.

Yanks23245 said...

Yanks trail 2-1 after 7. All minor leaguers in now for Yanks.

Helen Segal said...

Could you maybe also post website-specific strategies? I have moved away from FanDuel and DraftKings and I now play at dailylineups.com. It's a great website, but it's hard to find strategies for playing it.

bigbadwolf said...

Common sense strategy is what baseball is all about in the real world. No fantasy garbage here, just play to win as many games as you can as a team.

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