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Yanks Have Balls Like Church Bells

Asking Brewers for $ in Cameron Deal an Embarrassment

On the heels of shelling out $243.5 million for two pitchers, the holdup in the Mike Cameron for Melky Cabrera deal is money. If you’re Milwaukee general manager Doug Melvin, how do you not want to projectile vomit on the other end of the telephone when Yankees counterpart Brian Cashman had the balls to ask for relief in a paltry 2009 salary of $10 million?

Apparently looking to cut corners, Cashman appears to be content on playing the waiting game with the Brewers, either them giving in or the Yankees including another slug – pitcher Kei Igawa – in the deal.

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Although Cameron is not the same player he once was – except for the ability to strike out often (142 in 2008) – he is an upgrade over the once-promising Cabrera, who took a huge step back last year. Igawa has been a disappointment since coming to America and does not figure to be in the team’s long-term plans. Why Milwaukee would want to take on the two years and the $10 million remaining on the ineffective lefthander’s contract remains to be seen.

With the Yankees throwing money around, it is hard to even fathom them caring about saving a dollar here, a dollar there. And the rest of the league should take notice and not give in an inch when negotiating with them.

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