Saturday, December 14, 2013

Oh $#!%, Breaking News! Yankees Farm System Consists of Actual Farms

It is no secret that the Yankees have not produced a quality Major Leaguer since they tried to trade Cano before letting him try-out at second. A recent investigation by Respect Jeter's Gangster has discovered one possible reason for the lack of player development: the Yankees farm system largely consists of actual farms.

While this does not bode well for the Yankees' future, the front office has assured RJG that these farms provide all the organic produce served at Yankee Stadium concession stands. This explains how the Yankees are able to pass along the savings to their fans, who enjoy some of the most affordable concessions in all of baseball.


Rich Mahogany said...

This is why the Yankees' strategy of signing McCann, Ellsbury, and Beltran makes so much sense. Why keep your draft picks if you're just going to waste them on guys who never make it to MLB? The Yankees may never draft in the first two rounds again.

Roberto E. Alejandro said...

Considering the best way to determine whether a minor leaguer needs tommy john or shoulder surgery is to check whether they were drafted by the Yankees in the first or second round, it's probably all for the better.