Now that Pitchers and Catchers are reporting, mercifully, we can all revel in the smarmy comments from the beat writers. Joel Sherman brought his A-game today. To wit:
Phil Hughes has been relocated from the outer edges of the Legends Field home clubhouse to the main pitchers row, stationed between Andy Pettitte and Carl Pavano. So Hughes is now sandwiched by HGH and HMO.
For Pavano remains as dependable as Brian McNamee's friendship. He is readying for another season of stationary bikes, long toss and cashing huge paychecks. Pavano has about the same likelihood of pitching for the Yankees this season as Whitey Ford.
Thank goodness we can now get laughing at all of this stuff, particularly anything Pavano-related. I couldn't be happier.
I'll add more as I find them.