Saturday, March 28, 2009

Ron Villone Should Check His Voicemail

Scott Proctor may be "surprisingly" injured this season, but that won't stop Joe Torre from bringing in another overused reliever from his past.

Torre just can't live without his overused, underperforming, broken-elbowed, crutch-managing relievers. Case in point:
Sturtze has real shot at making club

PHOENIX -- Right-hander Tanyon Sturtze (pictured at left) has emerged as a strong possibility to make the club, Manager Joe Torre said this morning.

Sturztze, who battled back from shoulder surgery and pitched in three big-league games for the Dodgers last season, has a 3.00 earned-run average in eight spring appearances.

Torre, who managed Sturtze in New York, said the 38-year-old non-roster invitee looks much better than he did a spring ago.

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posted by Mr. Faded Glory @ 5:54 PM   1 comments


At 3/29/2009 8:25 PM, Anonymous Bronx Baseball Daily said...

I'm so happy that the Yankees have a mostly young bullpen and don't have to deal with broken down veterans.


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