Nov
17

MLBTR’s Offseason Outlook

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MLBTR posted their Offseason Outlook for the Yankees yesterday, breaking down the team’s future and expiring payroll commitments, their needs and surpluses … basically everything you need to know about New York’s current situation. Chances are you know what the team is facing this winter if you’ve been reading RAB long enough, but MLBTR’s post has it all in one convenient place. Check it out.

Once you’re done with that, read up on the team’s arbitration cases in MLBTR’s Arbitration’s Eligibles post. Casey McGehee has already been cut loose, but the Yankees still have a trio of non-tender candidates in Jayson Nix, Eli Whiteside, and David Herndon. None of the three is projected to earn even $1M though, and I expect at least Nix and Herndon will be retained.

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  • http://sportsnation.espn.go.com/fans/nettleshof vicki

    i couldn’t help but note the contrast in tone with the next entry, outlook for the rangers, which is positively sunny.

    grrrr.

  • The Moral Majority is Neither

    The Yankees will have their own Profar/Olt once Culver and Bichette develop.

    • Rich in NJ

      We will know that is true when Texas is willing to make that trade somewhere down the line. So probably…never.

    • The Big City of Dreams

      Culver what an over reach

  • The Moral Majority is Neither

    If Soto does get non-tendered, what about him for the Yankees?

    Flores of the Nats is another potential option.

    Don’t give Martin three years!