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Will Bernie Return?
By mvyb, 18.01.2007, 10:14

The Yankees haven't made a final decision regarding Bernie Williams, a source told The Post yesterday afternoon. But that doesn't mean Williams will be back since there is little room for him on the 2007 roster as it currently stands.

Williams' agent, Scott Boras, did not return phone calls yesterday, and GM Brian Cashman is on vacation this week. However, the source believed Cashman was still having dialogue with Boras and the Yankee GM may have even spoken with the 38-year-old Williams directly at some point this winter.

In September, Williams told SI.com he might retire to pursue a music career.

You really wonder where Bernie's spot on this team is, especially now that the Yankees have Melky Cabrera as the fourth outfielder. I have the utmost respect for Bernie Williams (he was one of my favorite players in the 90's empire), and I rooted whole-heartedly for his coming back to play in the Bronx last offseason. But with the growing talent of Cabrera, I don't really see a place for Williams on this team.
We know he wants to pursue music, and I say go for it. He will always be remembered and reverenced as the Yankee star he once was, but he shouldn't, in my opinion, push his career any farther.

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seatsmart-larry, 19.01.2007, 12:03

Yes, this is definitely the time for Bernie to go. It was tough watching him struggle defensively and at the plate for those 2-3 seasons. He had a solid year last year and that would be a great encore to an incredible career. It's best for Bernie and it's best for the team.

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A.J.(Guest), 18.01.2007, 22:20

He's been trying to retire for a while now. I also hope he sticks around, but that's because as a fan, one never wants to see a 'great one' leave.


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