Profiling the Big Three


In its Baseball Preview 2008, the Daily News takes a look at our favorite trifecta of pitchers. The Big Three, say Yankee officials, are primed for success. Let the hype continue.

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  1. Guiseppe Franco says:

    Don’t you mean “Generation Trey”?

    Boy, I hate that stupid name.

  2. samiamsports says:

    They actually use the phrase ” the big three” ….props

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  4. Jamal G. says:

    I heard someone come up with the name “Trip Aces”. IDK if that was from that competition on the other Yanks’ Blog site that you guys posted about a week ago or where it came from but I love that name. Yeah if you want you can bitch about Kennedy not being an ace but just shut up, it’s a cool name, LoL.

    Trip Aces…tell you me you don’t like it.

  5. Back Bay Yankee says:

    The best point in the entire article is that it’s not just one kid being asked to take up the burden. Having three of them, all pitchers, means they’ll be able to lean on each other and familiar with the pressures that come with their shared role.

    I don’t expect unreasonable things from them, but I do expect that I’ll have more fun watching them, no matter how they do, than I would watching another person struggle through the same situation.

  6. Brian says:

    For the love of the nickname, here’s some.

    Two Wins and a Little Savey…wow, that’s awful

    Chamberlotrimin and the Monistat 7 (that means nothing, I just like it)

    The Government (IPK executive–Kennedy, Phil the legislative, and Joba the judicial)

    Great article, awful commentary from me. The Big Three it is.

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