Why not? He's one of the animals ready to escape from that Bronx zoo. With a WHIP of 1.43 and he only allowed 16 homers all of last year, he still have plenty left in that left arm. The Stienbrenners are such jerks to fire Torre just because of not advancing in the playoffs. This would be one of their just desserts.

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Cleveland had this guy for "only" 3M last season....i know some of you cant wait to see Repko running around haphazardly in the outfield in '08...but for that "low" price I think he would be some of that veteran leadership the "kids" can look up to...he has recently seen the postseason...he has a ring...he approaches the game as a professional yet he keeps everyone loose...i think hes a go read more »
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The Las Vegas coaching staff describes Miller's stuff as "electric". That might be so, but he has a terrible time locating the strike zone. He's very hard to get hits off, but it's easier to walk against him. I dont' have his stats on hand, but I know at AAA Vegas, his ERA was well over 7! He was demoted to AA Jacksonville and he was "decennt".

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Many posts on the board have mentioned moving Kemp over to CF. I haven't seen that guy show enough experience to handle it. He is fast but he makes some very bad decisions and slams into the walls all the time. I myself do not think he is good enough yet to handle it out there and learning on the job may kill him or somebody else. His talent is unquestionable but we need him in the games not ban read more »
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He's a free agent. he was the World Series MVP. If you read the comments on the Red Sox message board, they all love this guy. They think he offers great veteran leadership for the young guys. He my only hit 20 HRs, but he'll protect whomever sits in the #4 spot and knock in a lot of RBIs. He's a gold glover. He'd be a great one to give a 3-year deal.

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