By now, everyone has heard that the Yankees made a three-way deal with the Tigers and Diamondbacks to acquire centerfielder Curtis Granderson for 2010. This deal almost ensures the Yankees have found their new permanent fixture in centerfield, and it could mean Melky Cabrera might be on the trading block now. With this trade, you also have to wonder if the Yankees will be big players for Roy Halladay like they were rumored to be. The Yankees today dealt one of their best prospects in outfielder Austin Jackson, plus major league-ready pitchers in Ian Kennedy and Phil Coke. Dealing away a young prospect like Jackson means the Yankees have one less prospect and a couple less young pitchers that they could use in a deal for Halladay. So if the Yankees don't have what the Blue Jays want in a de ...
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