It actually wouldn't be overpay if he can meet that projection.
Those terms seem spot on but I wouldn't be that surprised to see him get 6 years/100 million. That's 16.7 a year which isn't unthinkable for a guy who's
I predict this thread will get locked soon
I totally agree but it's just not what we're likely to see. I think Ellsbury is possibly the best #2 hitter in the game today. He puts the ball in play
I'd agree Ellis is pretty close but Infante is just a flat out better player. Last two years:
Infante (32 years old next season): .294/.320/.433
I'm 99% sure the Yanks thought they had a legit shot at keeping him. All major sources/analysts predicted he'd stay and absolutely no one envisioned him