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 addressùleft field. Most thought Melky was going to be shifted over to left field, but w ...
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