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    Yankees sign Eric Milton to Minor League Deal

    Good luck to Eric. I know he had a tough time here, but he always took the ball and tried his hardest. I hope that his arm troubles are over.

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    Re: Yankees sign Eric Milton to Minor League Deal

    I was logging in to ask about where he was. How odd. What is Paul Wilson doing these days?
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    Re: Yankees sign Eric Milton to Minor League Deal

    Wow, this proves that there is a desperation market for pitching--ANY pitching.

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    Re: Yankees sign Eric Milton to Minor League Deal

    i guess the yankees beat jimbo 2 him

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    Re: Yankees sign Eric Milton to Minor League Deal

    Kyle Lohse part 2? One things for sure.. being away from the launching pad that is GABP will do wonders for him.

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    Re: Yankees sign Eric Milton to Minor League Deal

    i wouldn't have been against him in the bullpen, it may not have worked, but he seemed to have the stuff, and a shortened outing would only enhance his pitching.

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    Re: Yankees sign Eric Milton to Minor League Deal

    Speaking of former Reds, the Baltimore Orioles picked up Juan Castro. He was batting .300 () for AAA Colorado Springs. Good luck Juan, we'll see how long that ".300" holds up in the majors.



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    Re: Yankees sign Eric Milton to Minor League Deal

    Quote Originally Posted by mroby85 View Post
    i wouldn't have been against him in the bullpen, it may not have worked, but he seemed to have the stuff, and a shortened outing would only enhance his pitching.
    Yeah, he was usually lights out for an inning or two, so that may not have been a terrible idea. It seemed like every start he'd shut them out for 3 or 4 innings and get lit up in the 5th or 6th. I was rooting for the guy, because I knew he wasn't healthy, and he was frustrated. I think he's toast.

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    Re: Yankees sign Eric Milton to Minor League Deal

    Man, now dude will end up winning AL Cy Young in an abbreviated season with an amazing performance

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    Re: Yankees sign Eric Milton to Minor League Deal

    Quote Originally Posted by bounty37h View Post
    Man, now dude will end up winning AL Cy Young in an abbreviated season with an amazing performance
    Let's not get carried away.


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