Day 3: 'Beggars can't be choosers'


NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Yankees are doing their best to tell everyone that they don't do business like they used to. Joe Girardi said it in his press conference, while Brian Cashman emphasized it in his media session that the Yankees are praying something falls into their laps.

"Beggars can't be choosers," Cashman said.

Are you buying this?

We have said more than once that we think the Yankees have a big move in them this offseason. A manager I spoke to on Tuesday seemed incredulous that the Yankees might not make some huge acquisitions. But what do you think?

Are the Yankees really just going to add Jeff Keppinger and Eric Chavez to play third and then have some combo of Nate Schierholtz and Scott Hairston in right. Actually, this might be the Yankees' dream scenario, feeling they could take advantage of the righty-lefty splits.

But do you think that Cashman is really going only shop in the "fruits and nuts" aisle, as Scott Boras famously put it, when talking about the Mets last winter?

I don't.

QUESTION: Do you believe the Yankees will make a big move this offseason?