’s Rob Neyer projects reversals of fortune for Vinny Castilla, Moises Alou, Carlos Guillen, Al Leiter and most amusingly, the Yankees’ 2B Tony Womack.

I wish I’d been a fly on the wall when the board of directors got together to discuss Tony Womack. Did anybody mention that he’s 35 and that 2004 might have been the best season of his career? Did anybody mention that his still-impressive speed has relatively little value in the American League East, where only last-place teams bother to steal bases? Did anybody mention that the last thing the Yankees need is an out-making middle infielder who’s a butcher with the glove? General manager Brian Cashman’s a bright fellow, so I can only assume he was overruled on this one.