Roy Halladay in pinstripes? This could very well be a possibility, but the question is, why? Why do the reigning World Series Champions need to add another ace toátheir already proven and capable starting rotation? Sports Illustrated'sáJon Heyman tweeted áthat the Yankees planáon inquiring about Halladay. New Yorkáwonáwithout former aceáChien-Ming Wang, who only pitched 12 games and compiled a 1-6 record and 9.64 earned run average. Pretty much everyone in New York forgot about this guy: the same guy who, in 2007, was a 19-game winner, posted a 3.70 ERA, and was 2/3 of an inning shy of 200. How wereáthey were able to pull it off? CC Sabathia ($161 million) and AJ Burnett ($82.5 million), a combined $243.5 million investment.áThrow in veteran left-hander Andy Pettitte and Joba Cham ...
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