Most of the articles I've published about the Yankees' offseason plans have been based off newspaper articles and rumors written on baseball Web sites. This will be my first article making a possible suggestion about a player the Yankees haven't looked into yet. Before, I had written about the Yankees talking to Nick Johnson about possibly being the team's designated hitter for 2010. While that is happening, the Yankees are still looking into the possibility of bringing back Johnny Damon for 2010 to play as the left fielder and maybe even a part-time DH. But if these plans fall through, the Yankees have to have backup options. And now, I'm going to make a possible suggestion. What about bringing in Vladimir Guerrero to the Bronx? Now, I know there is a downside. He's going to be 35 years o ...
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