With the dust still settling from the acquisition of Curtis Granderson in New York, the Yankees have some decisions to make about their 2010 outfield. What happens to Melky Cabrera? Do they entertain the idea of bringing back Johnny Damon or Hideki Matsui? Are they done adding outfielders? This might be the perfect time for the Chicago Cubs to give the Bronx Bombers a call and ask about Nick Swisher's availability. Swisher could some into Chicago as the anit-Milton Bradley. A fun-loving, goofy 29-year old switch hitter that played in Chicago for the White Sox in 2008 and, by all accounts, loved the city. The Yankees enjoyed a productive 2009 from Swisher, who batted only .259 but had a robust .371 OBP. His .869 OPS would rank him near the top of the Cubs roster based on 2009 numbers, and h ...
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