Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Heading for Home

Such a shame that Larry Bowa so late in his career will likely face Tommy John surgery after next year. The Yankees' new third base coach's arm will be ready to fall off now that Johnny Damon has agreed to come to New York. As he did for Boston, Damon most assuredly will score more than 100 runs a season and Bowa's left arm will be waving like a windmill as Damon turns the hot corner and heads for home. Damon brings to six the number of players in the Bombers' lineup who may be expected to score at least 100 runs a year.