Did you pick these players via draft, salary cap or what?
I wouldn't expect Langston (an above average modern era pitcher) to be high on someone's want list, if you have 100+ years of history from which to pick.
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What's whip? It's a stat I have seen with increaing regularity in recent months but have been unable to figure out its meaning.
EDIT: Just a guess that just came to mind...is it walks plus hits per inning pitched?
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Considering the track record the Yankees have had the past few years on pitchers moving from the N.L. to the A.L., this move doesn't do much, unless they put Chacon in the bullpen to help shorten the game.