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Offseason Lowdown: Do Yanks Have the Arms?

March 23, 2007 | By RotoRob | comment on this post
New York Yankees starting pitcher Chien-Ming Wang will probably start on Opening Day.
In just two years, Chien-Ming Wang has progressed from dressing like a cheerleader to being the likely Opening Day starter for the Yanks.

The problems with Andy’s Not-so-Dandy back earlier this week made me wonder if the Yankees could survive a major hit to their starting rotation. So in this week’s Offseason Lowdown, we put the pinstripers’ projected rotation under the microscope.

We also check in on the battle for the fifth starter job in Florida; and discuss the good news from the Angels’ camp.

If you’re seeking a distraction from your mourning over the death of Cathy Seipp (a woman who’s viewpoints we didn’t necessarily agree with, but she was proof that famous people can come from Winnipeg), try this week’s Offseason Lowdown on for size.

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One Response to “Offseason Lowdown: Do Yanks Have the Arms?”

  1. […] So the Bronx Bombers are now 9-14, sitting six and a half games back of the first place Bosox. Thanks to injuries, the pitching staff is in disarray, something I worried about towards the end of spring training. […]

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