Bobby V doesn't seem too high on the Yankees' recent acquisitions, saying that the New York rotation is "probably" better.
“Pineda, when I saw him the first half, he looked unhittable. Second half, he looked OK. (The Mariners) saw a lot of him and they traded him."
“Kuroda is a good pitcher — a year older than he was last year, pitching in the American League and not the National League, pitching in not a great pitcher’s ballpark from a great pitcher’s ballpark.”
Listen, Bob. I know you've been outta the coaching game for a while and doing the studio analyst thing, and you probably forgot what your job was when you said this. But this is the kind of stuff you reserve strictly for the Baseball Tonight set, especially when your club is bringing in the immortal Aaron Cook to patch up the back end of your rotation and still employs John Lackey. You're spending all your time talking about whether or not Tim Wakefield and Jason Varitek's carcasses are going to be invited to Spring Training while Cash is snatching up exactly what your club needs. So like my mom always used to tell me; if you don't have anything nice (or smart) to say, then just shut the fuck up.
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