Found March 09, 2012 on
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Another piping hot episode of Call To The Bullpen is ready.
It’s a big one this week as Corey and I are joined by Christian Gennara to discuss the Yankees’ plan to trim their payroll to $184 million by 2014 and how they will go about doing so with all their big contracts remaining.
We also discuss:
Is Curtis Granderson the next Gary Sheffield?
Andrew McCutchen’s extension with the Pirates
What Cole Hammels, Giancarlo Stanton and Alex Gordon’s futures may be
An across the board man-crush on Logan Morrison
We spotlight the Atlanta Braves in “Franchise Focus”
A veritable plethora of Eric Hinske jokes
The weakness of AL shortstops and NL third basemen as we predict this year’s All-Stars
And don’t worry, Marc Rzepczynski and Zach Stewart both get mentioned.”
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Joe Girardi and Brian Cashman (Photo by Noah K. Murray/The Star-Ledger)
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New York Yankees reliever David Robertson underwent multiple tests after injuring his foot in a fall down some stairs.
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