do you think that matsui would be a good fit in the redsox lineup
There are only two teams that Matsui will play for:
1) The New York Yankees for obvious reasons
2) The Seattle Mariners with Ichiro, his friend (not to mention that Nintendo OWNS them and gets first dibs on just about every Japanese player).
He'll be back with the Yankees if anything. He's proven time after time that he's a clutch player and no one is better in the AL at hitting left-handed pitchers. He should retire as a Yankee.
I think the Mets could use him more if he can play every day.
Would he DH for the Red Sox?
Both the Red Sox and the Mets are thugs. I hope Matsui stays where he is
He has no arm and he is old. we don't want Yankee leftovers.
he'll never be an every day player again and really should retire. If a team needs a dh then he may be worth the try, a change could reenergize his carrer
I have to figure the Red Sox are looking to go a bit younger, and besides I don't see Matsui ever going to the Red Sox, especially now that the Yankees are the champions.
Wouldn't be his choice really, and the yankees would trade JC or sign the devil if they thought it would benefit them, no matter what it cost.
Anyway, we still have Big Pappi and the re-signing of Bay is up in the air.
I expect the yankees to cut him loose and say, "Thanks for the World Series, now go screw!" in an annoying NY accent. Can't you just picture their little rat-faced manager saying that?
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