Thursday, February 12, 2009

The Daily Yankeeland - 2/12

Kevin Cash may be new to the Yankees organization, but he's already making a good impression off the field. Cash stopped in Franklin, GA on his way to Spring Training, to give a catching clinic to high schoolers. Cash's parents live in the town and own a restaurant, "Cash's Smokehouse BBQ".

Roy Oswalt wants A-Rod's records erased
. Perhaps Roy would like to give back his World Series money from 2005. After all, cheaters Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte helped him get there.

If you live in South Florida, you'll be able to hear John Sterling's dulcet tones all season long.

Johnny Damon
was a just a teenager when he was first approached about using steroids. But he made the right choice then and maintains he still is clean to this day.

Goose Gossage is never one to shy away from expressing an opinion on any topic. As for A-Rod, Goose thinks he should never get into the Hall of Fame.

"I've always liked A-Rod," Gossage told the Gazette, of Colorado Springs, Colo., yesterday. "But the things that are coming out now . . . "

On Monday, Rodriguez confessed to taking steroids from 2001 to '03. Gossage appreciates Rodriguez' honesty. He wishes Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire and dozens of others would follow Rodriguez' example and confess their baseball sins.

"I don't think any of them belong in the Hall of Fame," Gossage said. "If you cheated and used performance-enhancing drugs you don't belong in there. If they let Alex in, they have to let Bonds in. If they let Bonds in, they have to let McGwire in. The history of the game is at stake and the most treasured thing in baseball is its history."

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