The gnashing of teeth had barely stopped over Adam Eaton's new contract and the Yankees committing $26 million for the rights to another bottom-of-the-rotation starter, Japanese left-hander Kei Igawa.
Here comes another round of major league executives screaming that timeless question, "Are those guys on crack?"
But there's a reason so many marginal pitchers are commanding such respect. It's simple supply and demand.
Even after the Eaton and Igawa moves, and assuming Daisuke Matsuzaka ...
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