Hope everyone has a great Christmas and a wonderful holiday weekend. But now, it's time to get back to the baseball hot stove of the winter. We all know the Yankees are searching for a left fielder for 2010. We also know the Yankees are almost at their budget number for payroll, which is somewhere around $200 million, so they aren't looking to spend a lot. Right now, Jason Bay, Matt Holliday, and Johnny Damon are all considered too expensive, unless they drop their demands or the Yankees add to the budget. Mark DeRosa's name has been thrown around, too, but according to sources, he may accept the San Francisco Giants offer very soon. It looks like Brian Cashman isn't going to spend a lot on a left fielder, so if he's looking for a bargain, he could find one from his own bin. Xavier Nady co ...
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