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Nov 26 – Hot Stove: Who Gets Roy?

(Suffern, NY) – Well the race to get Roy Halladay is back on.  Several teams are rumored to be in talks with his agent, and supposedly the Red Sox are the most aggressive.  Where do you think he ends up on opening day (if anywhere)?

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7 Responses

  1. The Philadelphia Phillies will get Roy Halladay in a three way trade with the Toronto Blue Jays and the Seattle Mariners getting Cliff Lee from the Phillies!!!

  2. Well, actually Montero still needs work at catching. He is a big guy, and because of his size he needs extra time to learn the trade of catching. While he is never expected to be a gold glove catcher, the Yankees are still confident he can remain a catcher. Supposedly his bat is major league ready but he is staying in the minors to work on defense. While, I don’t necessarily believe he is completely major league ready, it gives you an idea where he stands.

  3. I have never seen Montero play as a catcher!! Is Montero a good catcher!! I know Jesus Montero got a lot of power already at age 19 and a good average too!!!

  4. I don’t see why the Yankees can’t be a championship caliber team without Halladay, they did it last year. They could go into this year with the same starters as last year if they resign Pettitte (except Hughes instead of Wang). Joba and Hughes will be another year more experienced. Plus, if somebody goes down with and injury, or just pitches terribly, you could call up a backup plan. That’s why I’d like to see the Yankees sign Wang, Sheets, or both. This way you have an excellent shot at another championship this year, while still keeping the future looking bright.

  5. I know what you mean Chris!!!! Eventually the Yankees need to replace Jorge Posada with a younger catcher!!! And reload for the future and get younger!!! I don’t want to see the Yankees get old at the same time!!! But it is a short term goal for championships with an aging core or reload or rebuild for the future as the long term goal!!!

  6. I actually don’t want the Yankees to get him. Sure, he is a terrific pitcher, one of the best. However, I think it would be a mistake to trade away Hughes, Joba, or Montero for a 32 year old pitcher.

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