New York Yankees Get Curtis Granderson in Three-Team Deal

Posted: 8th December 2009 by Mike Salerno in MLB
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According to Jon Heyman of, the Yankees have added all-star center fielder Curtis Granderson in a three-team trade involving the Detroit Tigers and Arizona Diamondbacks. The Diamondbacks receive starting pitcher Edwin Jackson from Detroit and former first-round pick Ian Kennedy from the Yankees, while the Tigers claim left-handed reliever Phil Coke and outfield prospect Austin Jackson from New York and starter Max Scherzer and set-up man Daniel Schlereth from Arizona. Granderson had 30 HR and 71 RBI near the top of the order last season for Detroit, despite hitting just .249. The Tigers, who had the fifth highest payroll in the league in 2009, were the talk of the Winter Meetings thus far, as they looked to cut excess salaries by dealing some key players. Granderson is due just $5.5 ...

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