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Now the other Steinbrenner is unhappy
According to Brian Cashman and Joe Girardi, the meeting was routine, but Hal Steinbrenner emerged from a lengthy, closed-door session with his general manager and manager yesterday to say he was disappointed in the Yankees' performance so far this year. Hal, who shares supervision of the team with his older brother Hank, said he was not happy about inconsistent hitting and pitching as well as a rash of injuries. He specifically mentioned young pitchers Phil Hughes and Ian Kennedy, who are both on the disabled list.

It is time for The cashmANn to go. A-Rod stands for "Alimony -Rod" he is not performing and how long do you put up with Melky? Girardi has no clue how to manage. The award he received is a farce and the Marlins were correct to get rid of him...Where are those two stalwart pitchers who we couldnot part for a two time cy-Young winner?

Where is pop? the two kids have no balls (see Jesse Jackson) to make a move.  Let the old Yankees return and let's get to winning.

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