Arod to the Yanks?
One word: disgusting, need I say more. Their third baseman tears his ACL in a pickup basketball game in the offseason, so what does any rational team do? Trades for a marginal third baseman to fill the gap, as the Yankees did, getting the immortal Mike Lamb from, who else, the Texas Rangers in a trade last week. Now, what do the Yankees do, but start off with the sensible thing and compound it exponentionally, getting the AL MVP, and the consensus best player (a SS I might add) in the AL to play third base! Adding 20m to the payroll this year to bring it to a staggering 190m in total, almost the payroll of entire divisions in baseball rather than teams. All of this which goes to show that the Yankees will always be . . . . The Yankees, while the Red Sox will always be . . . second.