That Cano 22 jersey in your closet? Hold on to it. Someone else might be wearing the double-deuce in 07.
For the love of god, talk about a slow news day.
Please, let’s have more breaking news on the JD Drew talks. zzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Not much feeling of entitlement there, no siree Roger.
The arrogance, the arrogance…
Well, just in case Roger was still up in the air about this, I’m sure the fact that Cano is willing to give up his number will cement his decision to sign with the Yankees.
I mean, I doubt others would ever consider giving Roger his number, that would be a total deal breaker for any team.
Don’t the jerseys not have name anyhow?
“For the love of god, talk about a slow news day.”
Quoted for truth.
I’m sick of the Clemens saga and spring training hasn’t started yet. Blech.
For the love of god, talk about a slow news day.”
A slow news month.
Dude, I actually *have* a Cano 22 t shirt.
No word yet on whether Wily Mo Pena would likewise give up No. 22 — but since Clemens’ original No. 21 remains open, I’m thinking the Sox aren’t really shaking in their boots over this one.
…i heard that they are close to signing drew, probably by the end of the week…uh, didn’t say which week…and drew wants to wear #21 [home] and #22 [away], so the yanks are now the favorites to sign clemens…jeter has agreed to give him #2, since #22 is already being worn by an established veteran…
Look, the only “21” or “22” that matter are the ones in front of the six zeros.
Jeter can’t give him 2. George retired it.
Buster Olney has a blog entry on this up. Basically, Cano’s number switch will have zero impact, but if Roger ends up with the Yanks he will appreciate it on a personal level.
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