Yankees’ 2010 Outfield Appears Very Weak

Posted: 29th December 2009 by Perry Arnold in MLB
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If tomorrow were April 4 and the Yankees were opening their season in Fenway Park, their outfield would be very suspect. The projected fly shaggers right now are Brett Gardner in left, Curtis Granderson in center, and Nick Swisher in right. Brian Cashman has said in as many ways as he possibly can that he is not going after a big name to fill in at left field, so you can forget Matt Holiday. The Giants just signed Mark DeRosa which took away one possibility that many thought would be a viable upgrade to the Yankees' outfield. Jermaine Dye has been suggested and I suppose Johnny Damon is still a possibility even though Cashman seems to think Damon's asking price through mouthpiece Scott Boras is just too high. So Yankees fans may be left with Gardner, Granderson and Swisher. Granderson has ...

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