Saturday, October 24, 2020
Thursday, October 22, 2020
From the NY POST
After the Yankees’ season ended, general manager Brian Cashman said the team’s rotation “was at risk” in the playoffs “and that needs to get improved upon.”
Clearly, Marcus Stroman agrees, as the right-hander took to Twitter on Wednesday to explain why he would fit into the Yankees’ rotation.
In response to a Twitter post saying Stroman would be “the steal of the offseason,” the pending free agent agreed and posited he’d be at least their third-best starter in 2021.
“Besides [Gerrit] Cole, there’s no current yankee pitcher who will be anywhere in my league over the next 5-7 years,’’ Stroman wrote. “Their pitching always folds in the end. That lineup and payroll should be winning World Series’ left and right … yet they’re in a drought! Lol.”
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I wasn't a fan of Marcus Stroman when he pitched in Toronto. Still wasn't a fan when he pitched for the Mets. I just don't think he is a solid pitcher. The opting out of the season once he got his service time in was a little shady too. If he wants to flirt and end up with the Yankees it's fine with me.