We are almost upon the New Year of 2010. A new decade is about to dawn upon us. But, when that decade comes, the Yankees will begin it as the reigning champions of baseball. They will also be still in search of a left fielder for the 2010 season. Just this week, two more options went off the board for the Yankees in the left field sweepstakes. Mark DeRosa signed a two-year, $12 million dollar deal with the San Francisco Giants. Jason Bay signed a four-year, $66 million dollar deal with the New York Mets. These signings take two names out of the mix of players that the Yankees were linked to, and it still leaves them looking for a starting left fielder. Now, the left fielder from 2009 for the Yankees is still on the free agent market in Johnny Damon. He was potentially linked to drawing int ...
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