The Yankees have yet to address their left field situation for 2010. They also have yet to re-sign Johnny Damon, who was the team's left fielder for the past two seasons and has said they have yet to offer him any sort of a contract. There might be a reason why. According to Michael Silverman of the Boston Herald, the Yankees have contacted the representatives for Jason Bay, who was the left fielder of the Boston Red Sox for the last season and a half. Bay already rejected a four year, $60 million offer from the Red Sox to stay with them. However, on Monday, the Red Sox locked up John Lackey for five years and $85 million and Mike Cameron for two years and $15.5 million. With Cameron's signing and the big-time money they gave out to Lackey, Bay's tenure in Boston is all but over now. Bay a ...
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