Listen: Trevor Bauer, Yankees And Bumgarner discussed on Sal Licata
"Sports radio sixty six. Full circle time on the fan. We start to finish where we started the show with that was several hours ago. Now jeeze Harris we had a good night together. It was good to see you. All right. We got a big minutes. The warm of Joe Al and Jerry before boomer and geo, but we began talking about. The baseball off season. And you know, where the Yankees all going to go now that two of their potential targets. We don't Corbin for sure. And we know they were maybe in on of all the but didn't seem to give that serious Cormon goes to the nationals six hundred forty evolved. He goes or stays with the Red Sox. And where are the Yankees going to go now for starting bitchy with the winter meetings? You ain't leaving empty handed. They'll leave with something probably multiple things. But what will it be? And if you're the Yankees, do you overpay now for J hat. Do you try to acquire Corey kluber from Indians maybe look at Trevor Bauer even though that comes with kipness along with? I would not look at Trevor Bauer. I don't want any part of kipness, nor do I trust Trevor Bauer to do what he did last year. I don't think he'd be good in big spots. I also don't think he'd be good in this big city. Kluber. Yes, happen to wanna overpay for Bumgarner would be an interesting name. We've talked about that a while ago knowing that the Yanks are looking for a guy who could do it in the postseason. Bumgarner may not be the same the injuries. Who knows how effective it will be? But I think it's worth a flyer. If you could get him take him on, and you know, put them in the rotation fourth. See what he does in. You know, you hope in the postseason. He can be what he was in the post season for the giants. We know the ankle. I still think the Machado. So you know, they'll get a big bat. You know, they're going to get a reliever or two, but the question is going to be round out that rotation as they, you know, the main guide seem that they wanted outside of packs, of course, was Patrick Corbett. So there are some options, but they're starting to come off the board a little bit. And you hope that it doesn't force Cashman to lose that disappointed and overpay whether it's via trade or extend beyond two years. Give the three years he's looking for. I would not give him three years two years. If you wanna go to Philly for three that's fine. But we know the whatever it takes to get something going to do that. It's always been like that. But the Mets has not always been like that. And that's why this is a refreshing and exciting time to be a met fan. Again. I almost forgot what it was like to be a fan of a."