NoMaas looks at how far we've come with Joba to this point and how it all went terribly, terribly wrong. What can we reasonably expect from him this season?
Incentives in a contract are largely glossed over, but our brand new platoon DH will be earning $100k for every 15 plate appearances he manages past 155. Oh, ok.
We've all complained about Mark Teixeira's decline, and in a world where ballplayers on the wrong side of 30 get signed to mega deals that last until they are eligible for Social Security, Tex seems to be aware that he isn't worth what the Yankees are paying him. Preaching to the choir, dude.
Chad Jennings over at LoHud was kind enough to go through the entire Spring Training roster to give you the heads up on who will be there if you are unfamiliar with some of the names lucky enough to receive an invitation. You can find the breakdown by position as follows: catchers, middle infielders, left-handed relievers, corner infielders, outfielders, starting pitchers, and right-handed relievers. Andrew should have his own breakdown here soon.
With ten days to go until pitchers and catchers, ESPN looks at five reasons why Robinson Cano's next contract will come from the Yankees and not some other random team.
ESPN thinks that A-Rod should stop talking about the steroid allegations with Biogenesis. I think everyone should stop talking about it too. Let's all say nothing more on the matter until the investigation in complete. Deal? Of course not.