Next week will begin the annual General Managers meetings in Indianapolis. Many expect the free agency period to really get into motion once those meetings take place. Yankees' GM Brian Cashman has a lot of decisions to make as far as the 2010 roster, which will be looking to defend their World Series. Everyone has been talking lately of the rumors of the Yankees making a trade to get Blue Jays' starting pitcher Roy Halladay to add to the staff that already includes CC Sabathia and A.J. Burnett. There is also talk of the Yankees getting Angels' starting pitcher John Lackey off the free agent market. But before Cashman makes any of these moves, he has to take care of one of his own first. The Yankees must bring back Andy Pettitte for 2010ù if Pettitte puts off retirement once again. In 200 ...
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