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The RAB Radio Show: November 26, 2010

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All the rage was the Derek Jeter story from this morning, but by this point it has cooled down. Six years and $150 million is a risky proposition for a star in his prime, never mind a player on the downslope. Clearly Jeter doesn’t think he’ll get that, but Mike and I run down the players to whom we’d make the offer.

Podcast run time 42:20

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7 Comments»

  1. Jimmy McNulty says:

    Bill Madden is an irresponsible shithead, no one in their right mind thinks that is a realistic expectation. If it was you’d hear Rosenthal or someone with credibility do a follow up.

  2. Jimmy McNulty says:

    Joe has a great radio voice too, like WCBS, WFAN, or 1050 ESPN should try to employ him.

  3. Jimmy McNulty says:

    Oh, and Prior’s mechanics were AWFUL. Tom House typically develops injury prone pitchers…great with sidearmers though. Mechanics guys always hated his mechanics.

  4. AJ says:

    This just in from MLBTR:

    3:24pm: Close tells Yahoo’s Tim Brown that the Daily News report is off base (Twitter link). “The recently rumored terms of our contract extension are simply inaccurate,” Close said.

  5. TLVP says:

    i think 56.7/3 is a likely outcome.

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