Analyzing Tonight’s Big Trade via Anagrams

OK . . . the Yankees finally made a splash in the off-season pool, as they traded their top prospect, catcher Jesus Montero to the Mariners for their top young pitcher, Michael Pineda.

What do the anagrams say about the deal?:

From the Yankees perspective, there seems to be some concern, as “Jesus Montero traded for Michael Pineda” anagrams to “Jeopardise athletic, murdered son of man.”

On the Mariners side of the ledger, maybe they knew more than a little  bit about just what they were giving up, as that same sentence rearranges to “Trendier ace?  Major impudent falsehoods.”

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