And the vigil begins tomorrow:
GM Brian Cashman will meet with New York Yankees co-owners Hal and Hank Steinbrenner on Monday in Tampa as the Yankees try to figure out how to win World Series No. 28 next season.
The meetings are expected to take two days, but could go longer. Later in the week, in New York, Cashman will also gather with his scouts to determine the best course of action in terms of which players the Yankees should keep and which they should go after.
This did have me chuckling to myself:
Cashman said he doesn’t put any monetary value on milestones. Jeter is likely going to become the first Yankee with 3,000 hits.
$30M marketing agreement based on home run milestones ($6M each for reaching 660, 714, 755 and tying and breaking major league HR record)
I mean, what could possibly go wrong? Continue reading Jeterian Conclave begins at sunrise