There aren't too many players, who put up some of the best of numbers of their career at 35 years old. But Johnny Damon is doing just that. Even though Damon is past his supposed prime, he's still putting up fantastic numbers. While Damon remains a sub par outfielder with questionable arm strength at best, his offensive ability makes for a power hitting and run scoring machine.
So as Damon turns 36 next season, let's see what the market holds for this one time idiot turned Yankee:
The Case for Damon
When it comes to offensive production, there is nothing that Damon can't do. He can hit for a high average (.286 this season), get on base (.368 OBP in '09), and hit for power (24 HR so far). Additionally, he is still one of the top run scor ...
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Article written by Josh Levitt