HatGuy. Oh, HatGuy.
I don't know what to say anymore. But I have to say something, because: You wrote another article about the Yankees
And here's another, more specific, problem. On May 13 (check the archives below) we posted about your Yankees article, in which you wrote that the Yankees should try to trade three young players for Alfonso Soriano. Here are some words you typed:The Yankees are suddenly without two thirds of their outfield. The offense is hobbled. Something’s got to be done.
And now, two months later, you write an article titled:Panic in Bronx? It's not time yet
Yankees still have time to catch BoSox, so no need to make rash trades
Now, maybe, to be fair, you don't title your own articles. But later, you write:...they’re probably still the favorites to win the division. So throwing away a few more prime prospects to get more high-priced veterans doesn’t make any sense.
So, I just...I don't know what to do anymore. Read his whole article if you want -- it's rambly and weird and silly. But that's the gist.
On a total side note -- are there any Yankees fans out there who remember when Jim Kaat (or maybe Ken Singleton, though I think it was Kaat) tried for like two months to give Alfonso Soriano the cool nickname "AlSo," like a companion piece to "ARod," I think, and it sounded terrible and totally didn't catch on and everyone was just embarrassed for him?
I remember. It was awesome.
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