This morning, Joe over at River Avenue Bluesápointed out a few things about the Yankees' left field situation. In short, he suggested that the Yankees will be signing someone to complement the outfield and not necessarily take Brett Gardner's starting spot. The Yankees should in no circumstances go into the season with Jamie Hoffmann as their fourth outfielder, so it really is essential that they add another player. Reed Johnson is the most common name mentioned, but I think there's a better option available who has not been talked about at all. This player put up a combined 7.9 WAR in 2006-2007, but has struggled quite a bit since then with injuries and just poor play. Over the past two seasons, he's only netted 0.6 WAR. This is a player who won't turn 30 until after the season has alrea ...
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