Good catch by Charlie and his readers over the weekend: On Rocco DeMaro's broadcast from Piratefest yesterday, he asked Neal Huntington about Jose Tabata's age and Huntington, while acknowledging that both their records and the Yankees' records indicate that he's 21 as he says, responded, "He's not thirty," and "If he's 24, he's still a young player with great upside."

I've listened to the comments a couple times (first link, about 39:00 in) and I honestly can't tell if Huntington is saying, "Look, we think he's 21 and so did the Yankees, but people have been wrong about this sort of thing before and what exactly are we supposed to do about it if he is older than we think?" or "Yeah, he's probably 24." It obviously is a big deal if Tabata's 24 (22 is probably OK, 23 is pretty iffy, 24...

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