New York's view of Soriano
There has been widespread reaction to the Yankees' signing of former Rays closer Rafael Soriano.
A couple of the more interesting takes, both from today's New York Daily News, discuss, in different ways, how he's likely to fit into the setup role.
Talking to Rays pitching coach Jim Hickey, Roger Rubin writes that Soriano should be a good fit. "I know people may wonder about how he will do going back to not finishing games, but I don't think there's any reason to think he will be less effective," Hickey said. "He's getting the ball to Mariano Rivera for the ninth inning. That's the same as pitching to end the game. At least that's how it's been with Rivera for the last 15 years."