Lost in the shuffle of the Yankees tremendous offseason has been their relative inactivity on the Aroldis Chapman front. At the beginning of the offseason, the Yankees were heavily linked to the Cuban left hander because of their vast financial resources and experience signing international prospects.
But now that the Yankees have acquired Curtis Granderson, Javier Vazquez, and Nick Johnson already (and pushed their 2010 payroll to $204 million in the process!), do they have enough resources remaining to make a push for Chapman? Maybe not, if you believe Yankees GM Brian Cashman:
ôI will continue to look at any remaining piece,ö Cashman said during todayÆs conference call. ôBut it wonÆt be a big piece. Any speculation about some high-end player who has big ability and dollar ...
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Article written by Josh Levitt