Late last night, I had reported that the Yankees, Diamondbacks and Tigers were dicussing a three-team blockbuster trade at MLB's Baseball Winter Meetings. Last night, the trade was vetoed and the teams went back to talking to work on it. Today around 1:30 p.m., the trade was finally executed. The Yankees landed center fielder Curtis Granderson. Pitchers Edwin Jackson and Ian Kennedy were acquired by the Diamondbacks. The Tigers were able to pick up outfielder Austin Jackson, and pitchers Phil Coke, Max Scherzer and Daniel Schlereth. The only difference in the trade from last night and today was Schlerethùwho replaced Michael Dunn in the deal. Lets break down the deal and see how each team did. Starting with the Yankees, they have their long-term center fielder in Granderson now. He'll be ...
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