Keith Olbermann Points Out The Obvious: The Yankees Are In Serious Trouble
To those of you who have been focused on the 2013 season, we don't blame you -- that is the current season, after all, and the playoffs aren't even here yet. Yankee fans in particular are probably stuck on the present, hoping that somehow we all get stuck in a time vortex, and Mariano Rivera never actually retires but stands on the mound, in the arms of Andy Pettitte, in perpetuity.
But time marches inexorably forward, and for Yankee fans that means 2014, barring the apocalylpse, will bring some of the toughest times in recent memory. As Keith Olbermann points out in last night's segment -- highlighted by Robinson Cano's insane quest for $305 million -- next year's iteration of the storied franchise could be really, really bad. And that's with Cano.
An infield of Lyle Overbay/Mark Teixeira, ???, Derek Jeter/Eduardo Nunez, and ???. Sounds promising.
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