With Granderson Trade, Yankees Can’t Be Serious About Doc Halladay

Posted: 8th December 2009 by Perry Arnold in MLB
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If reports from reliable sources in Indianapolis are accurate, the Yankees just acquired center fielder Curtis Granderson from the Tigers and two prospects from Arizona. In return the Yankees have apparently given up starter Ian Kennedy, left-handed reliever Phil Coke, left-handed reliever Michael Dunn, and highly touted prospect Austin Jackson. One would have thought that these same prospects would have gone a long way toward a trade for Toronto ace Doc Halladay. When Halladay recently notified Toronto brass that they had until the start of Spring Training to trade him or he would veto any trade, the price for the big right-hander went down. The four players New York is apparently sending away to get an outfielder who hit .249 in 2009 and is abyssmal against left handed pitchers, are not ...

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