Tuesday, December 6, 2016

WIN METHOD 2017 ----- BLOOM AND GROW

Yes WIN METHOD fans, you have spoken, therefore the title of this blog post.  BLOOM AND GROW.  As 2016 nears its end, and the baseball winter meetings are held where deals are talked about and some consummated, and as the 2016 year concludes with the Christmas holidays, and the new 2017 year arrives and it will be a season for the New York YANKEES to BLOOM AND GROW.


After a couple of recent seasons of not making the playoffs, getting older as a team, disappointing the fans, dropping attendance, and overall down years, the YANKEES look like they may be going full bore at getting younger with many of their WIN METHOD selected youngsters being given a real chance to make the major league roster, make the team younger, make the team a contender more consistently and winning the World Series again.  Time for the farm to bloom and grow.


The list of YANKEE prospects is very promising.  Likely not all will make the major leagues, some may be traded away for a piece the YANKEE decision makers feel they need for a certain position.  The best part however is they will all get the chance to bloom and grow and some will make a major impact on the YANKEE team this 2017 season as Gary Sanchez has done already in the last seven weeks of the 2016 season, apparently earning the starting catcher job for the 2017 season.  Look for these names in 2017 and beyond, outfielders Clint Frazier,  Aaron Judge, Blake Rutherford, Dustin Fowler, Billy McKinney, Mason Williams, Jake Cave, Trey Amburgery, and Leonardo Molina. Infielders Gleyber Torres, Jorge Mateo, Miguel Andujar, Wilkerman Garcia, Tyler Wade, Hoy Jun Park, and Kyle Holder.  Catchers Luis Torrens, and Donny Sands.  Pitchers Justus Sheffield, Domingo Acevedo, James Kaprielian, Albert Abreu, Dillon Tate, Chance Adams, Ian Clarkin, Drew Finley, Jordan Montgomery, Chad Green, Dietrich Enns, and Freicer Perez.


Do not forget, Greg Bird returning in 2017 after missing 2016 with major shoulder surgery, other youngsters who have been placed on the 40 man roster or have seen some major league experience, Johnny Barbato, Richard Bleier, Giovanny Gallegos, Domingo German, Nick Goody, Ben Heller, Ronald Herrera, Johnaton Holder, Brian Mitchell, Yefrey Ramirez, Luis Severino, Kyle Higashioka, Rob Refsnyder and Tyler Austin.  There are so many with so much potential.


Some of these guys will become big names, some lesser names but yet accomplished major leaguers, some roll players that help make the team as best it can be,and some dealt away.  Bloom and grow. We wish them all healthy and fruitful careers wherever their career takes them.


Also, look forward to a very special day in 2017.  Mark your calendars,  Sunday, mothers day, May 14th against the Houston Astros, the YANKEES will retire the greatest ever WIN METHOD players number 2 Derek Jeter.  May the YANKEES be so blesses that as the youngsters bloom and grow we have another in the mold of Derek Jeter, the best and greatest major league baseball player in the past three decades.


Never forget that wins and winning always defines the best players and teams in the real world while individual stats and make believe made up formulas created by the foolish stat frauds are only for their fantasy games and fantasy world.


LETS GO YANKEES!  BLOOM AND GROW

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bigbadwolf said...

OK baseball fans. As we get ready to start the 2017 MLB season, remember this FACT, no stat or combination of stats will determine the best players and teams other than WINS.

Ben Rosen/Israel said...

All I have to say to start the season is, LETS GO YANKEES.

Stan the Man said...

Brave announcers talking about baseball GMs refer to Brian Cashman as one of the greatest of all time. Sort of puts a sock in the mouth of the stat frauds.

candycane said...

Bird with a two run home run in the 3rd.

Cory said...

So far from what I have seen of Clint Frazier is poor hitting and poor fielding. Looked over matched tonight with the bags full and Ks flailing.

Stan the Man said...

Pineda goes five innings 3 runs 6 hits 1 walk and 6 Ks. The 3 runs was a decent pitch hit for a HR by a good hitter in Freddy Freeman. Leaves leading 4-3.

Gil McKenzie said...

Betances stinks up game for Yankees no able to retire a batter as Braves take 8-4 lead after 6.

candycane said...

Yanks lose 8-5. Now we can start the season with a clean winning streak.

NJYANKEE said...

Tomorrow we play when it counts.

Cole/NJ said...

CC puts first two men on in fifth and is taken out for Warren who shuts down the Jays. Lets take the lead guys.

jimbo said...

Gallegos had been called up a couple of days ago and Chad Green called up today. We will overcome all obstacles.

Stan the Man said...

Yankees up 3-2 thru 6.

White Knight said...

Some good news for the future, there is a heck of a lot of blooming and growing going on in the Yankee minor league system at all levels and positions.

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