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Fan Confidence Poll: February 27th, 2012

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Please take a second to answer the poll below and give us an idea of how confident you are in the team. You can view the interactive Fan Confidence Graph anytime via the nav bar above, or by clicking here. Thanks in advance for voting.

Given the team's current roster construction, farm system, management, etc., how confident are you in the Yankees' overall future?
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48 Comments»

  1. Total Dominication says:

    A game!!!

  2. Tcmiller30 says:

    I would have been an 8 but RABs birthday put me over the top to a 9.

    Can’t wait for games now!

  3. Cris Pengiucci says:

    Anxiously awaiting the season at a 9. Probably should be a 10 because:

    1) It’s still prior to ST games, so no one can beat them right now.
    2) No major injuries to the starters
    3) RAB is 5 years old!!!

  4. “Tim Norton is reportedly throwing bullpen sessions.”

    Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together… mass hysteria!

    • Robinson Tilapia says:

      Alan Horne and Chris Garcia got out of bed this morning and did not feel a twinge anywhere. Must be a full moon.

    • jsbrendog says:

      what’s next, joel zumaya staying healthy?!

      poor guy

      • Robinson Tilapia says:

        I’m convinced he’s going to wake up one day, and his arm will not be there.

        I hope a guy like Aroldis Chapman is taking notes.

      • fin says:

        eesh, I honestly feel awful for that man. I really hope he doesnt try to come back. Fan Graphs has a list of his injuries/surgeries, and damn that guy is a hard man to have even made it back to this injury.

  5. JohnC says:

    Hope Norton has better luck than Joel Zumaya. Poor guy. Gotta feel for guys like that who work so hard to come back from injury and then get hurt again right away. Frustrating

  6. GardnergoesYardner says:

    Baseball has a pulse!

    This is the stretch run of the offseason guys. A few more days, and it’s over! Never been more excited!

  7. Yank The Frank says:

    Up to a 9. Hope springs eternal. Our rotation looks to be the best in years, our bullpen may be the best in the majors, our offense is killer and our defense is good. What’s not to like?

  8. Robinson Tilapia says:

    Still a 9. Thank God this was the last week without actual baseball to watch for a long while. Should have even voted a 10 just for that reason.

    • fin says:

      Really how can it not be 9? Stacked offense, stacked rotation, stacked bullpen. If its not a 9, it will never be. Its really a 10 but that is bad luck.

      • Robinson Tilapia says:

        The only number without a vote is a “3″ so far, so apparently there are some in the imaginary front office that disagree.

        • fin says:

          LOL. Have to figure those below an 8 arent really Yankee fans. If you are a Yankee fan and dont like this team, and whats in Milb, then you are at best a weird a fuckin dude.

  9. jsbrendog says:

    i want nothing more than to see michale pineda pitch

    • joe says:

      The worst part is, you know he’s getting on the mound for about 2 innings the first time, and it’s going to feel like a tease.

    • Cris Pengiucci says:

      Really looking forward to that. Can’t wait to see what the kid’s got. Hoping to see him develop into a #1 or #2-type pitcher while wearing Yankee Pinstripes!

  10. Manny's BanWagon says:

    Solid 9.

    Don’t love Ibanez as lefty DH or Chavez as backup 3rd/1st basemen but both could be upgraded during the season if need be without too much difficulty

    • fin says:

      We really do have it rough, when our big worries are a platoon Dh and a shitty bench player that will get all of 100 abs. Its good to be a Yankee fan :}

      • Manny's BanWagon says:

        Very true.

        Take a look at Adam Rubin’s Mets chat on ESPN sometime for some perspective. Their big hope is that everything will fall in their favor and they’ll only lose 90 games instead of 100.

    • Mattchu12 says:

      I found myself kind of wishing this morning that Hiroyuki Nakajima signed with us. Hard to expect Chavez to be healthy, so we would have just had Nakajima, and how fun would it have been to root for that name? John Sterling would’ve had a field day.

  11. handtius says:

    straight 10. rab turning 5 is a 2 point bump, kind of like red hair or an french accent on a female.

  12. BK2ATL says:

    I went with 9 again. I really like how this team is put together. We won the division with both A-Rod and Tex having “off” years. If both stay healthy, the rest of the offense have similar years, and the pitching lives up to it billing, #29 is certainly within reach.

    Plus, the farm system is getting high marks all around MLB. This Campos kid appears to be the real deal. Let’s see what Man-Ban, Betances, Sanchez, Williams, etc. do this year as well. Things are pretty exciting throughout the organization.

  13. Paul VuvuZuvella says:

    I’m a 9 and as confident as I’ve been in at least a decade. One watch out is the elite competition seems better than ever.

  14. nsalem says:

    How about French red heads
    http://assets.nydailynews.com/...../image.jpg

    Hopefully the left side of pour infield will have similar regressions

  15. CS Yankee says:

    A fat 9.

    I was down to a 8 prior to Kuroda & Pineda transactions. I likie the Montero promise of a big bat however a veteran platoon might be equal/better for the short term.

    They went from a #1,a #3, 5-#5′s, SP-wise to #1, 2-#2′s, #3 and 4-#5′s while losing a solid-dominate DH.

  16. fin says:

    Off topic, but is anyone cooler than Robert Griffith? I take him over Andrew Luck any day of the week, just on coolness.

  17. Jesse says:

    Another week, another 9.

  18. Just Nod If You Can Hear Me says:

    I have to teams that I am absolutely fanatical about: NYY & SU hoops.

    Life is good right about now!

  19. BK2ATL says:

    Any recent word on the status of Jorge Soler??? Signing him to a reasonable contract might move my rating up to a 10.

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