With Melky Cabrera Gone, Yankees Need To Bring Back Johnny Damon

Posted: 22nd December 2009 by Doug Rush in MLB
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Only two months removed from winning the 2009 World Series, the Yankees have had a very busy offseason. They re-signed Andy Pettitte to a one-year, $11.75 million deal. They made a three way deal to land Curtis Granderson, while sending Austin Jackson and Phil Coke to the Tigers and Ian Kennedy to the Diamondbacks. They signed Nick Johnson to a one-year, $5.5 million deal. And today, they re-acquired Javier Vazquez from the Braves in exchange for Melky Cabrera. So in the offseason, Yankees GM Brian Cashman has landed a new center fielder, a new designated hitter, re-signed their No. 3 starter, and traded for a fourth starter. While most of the team is set, there is one spot left that Cashman needs to address├╣left field. Most thought Melky was going to be shifted over to left field, but w ...

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