• Third Time The Choi-arm?

    Posted by on March 29th, 2006 · Comments (2)

    From the Boston Globe:

    Hee Seop Choi, who has a minor league option remaining, stands to be the [Red Sox roster] last cut. Because he debuted in the majors more than three years ago, Choi will have to clear revocable waivers to be optioned. He’s expected to clear, given that the Sox were able to claim him last week, after all 16 NL teams passed on him and the AL teams with a better 2005 record than the Sox passed on him. His eventual demotion will get the club to 25.

    Given the Yankees projected Opening Day roster, why not grab him? Choi can help the Yankees – and, it’s a chance to be a pest to the Red Sox.

    Nah, the Yankees would rather keep Wil Nieves, right?

    OK, enough for now. I’m going to find a wall to bang my head against. Maybe then I will understand the Yankees Choi-avoidance?

    Comments on Third Time The Choi-arm?

    1. Raf
      March 29th, 2006 | 10:00 am

      you and your puns… lol

    2. Shaun P.
      March 29th, 2006 | 11:01 am

      I would be quite happy to see the Yanks grab Choi. I wonder if some other team wouldn’t take a chance on him, realizing they made a mistake last week.

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