The NY Times shows it can't sell papers unless it knocks the Yanks
- "The Yankees may come to regret trading Gary Sheffield because he was a big run producer in his first two years in the Bronx and had a rare ability to play through injuries."
- (It's really quite simple, Geez).
"Cashman said he didn't consider the idea "because I don't like Giambi at first base."
- "He meant he wanted to leave the D.H. spot open for Giambi instead of having him play first base most of the time. "I'm looking for a right-hand-hitting first baseman," Cashman said.""
"When Sheffield pummels those pitchers as the Tigers' designated hitter, the Yankees might see the error of their ways."
- I agree with you, Sheffield will be pummeling whomever the Yankees wheel up to the pitcher's mound. But you must know there's more to it than that. Sheffield is a great hitter, but the DH position wasn't available, nor an outfield position, nor one for a 1B who's incapable of playing the position.
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