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    Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    http://www.columbusdispatch.com/clip...523-E2-01.html

    The Yankees are also expected to sign outfielders Richard Hidalgo (16 HRs for Texas in 2005) and Jason Romano (129 games in the majors, including 19 with Cincinnati last season).
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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    Wow. A casting call for a LF in the Bronx. Go figure. I guess Melky Cabrera is not their savior.

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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    I meant to post this yesterday, they were talking about it on XM. Hidalgo might be useful, Romano....not so much.

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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    Pretty soon Darryl Strawberry will come out of retirement/rehab too!

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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfanfalcon
    Pretty soon Darryl Strawberry will come out of retirement/rehab too!
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    Sorry, shouldn't have said that.

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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    I wonder if they would be willing to deal Hughes for an outfielder?

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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    that should solve their problems
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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    Thus endeth the Terence Long experiment? They seem to like Reds castoffs these days. Get on the horn with Cashman about a deal for Dave Williams. Y'know, if DanO and Melvin don't come through.
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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    Wow, Romano, Long, Stratton, I half expect Kenny Kelly and Darren Bragg to show up in the Yankees system any day now.

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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    Quote Originally Posted by savafan
    http://www.columbusdispatch.com/clip...523-E2-01.html

    The Yankees are also expected to sign outfielders Richard Hidalgo (16 HRs for Texas in 2005) and Jason Romano (129 games in the majors, including 19 with Cincinnati last season).
    Are they going to have to pry him out of DanO's cold, dead hands?
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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    Yankees seem desparate to me!
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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Serafini
    Wow, Romano, Long, Stratton, I half expect Kenny Kelly and Darren Bragg to show up in the Yankees system any day now.

    And Quentin McCracken by next Thursday.
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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    What about Deno for a MLB pitcher..do they have anything extra to send our way for that sort of deal?

    Or what about Kearns???? Freel????
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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    I can't believe Dan O' hadn't jumped all over getting Romano in a Brewers uni.

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    Re: Yankees to sign Jason Romano

    don't forget Stinnett is a Yankee too - they do like our castoffs


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