It's that time of year again. It doesn't seem like I've been doing this for that long, but somehow the 3rd Christmas here at AB4AR is almost upon us. And while Cash and the rest of the front office don't seem willing to fill out their Christmas wish list or fill our fan stockings with a new starting pitcher, at least we can all take happiness and joy from knowing that we get to share Christmas with our friends and families. Or something sentimental like that.
In all seriousness, I want to thank everybody out there who supports AB4AR in one way or another for helping to make this the most enjoyable year I've had running the site. Whether you're reading, commenting, telling your friends, whatever, it's that interest that makes doing this worthwhile. So I thank you all for that. And a big thanks to all my colleagues over at The Yankee Analysts for thinking enough of my work to extend an invite and bring me aboard a few months back. To work with them and to be able to get my thoughts and opinions on the Yankees out to a wider audience has been fantastic.
So to everybody out there who reads, I hope you all enjoy your time with your families over the next few days, and I hope you continue to read and follow the site. As is tradition here at AB4AR, I leave you with what is undoubtedly the greatest Christmas song in the history of music. Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals.
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