Yankees To Target Tigers’ Curtis Granderson for 2010 Outfield

Posted: 12th November 2009 by Doug Rush in MLB
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Let the baseball rumors begin! In a story reported late last night by the New York Post's Joel Sherman, the Yankees will apparently look to upgrade their outfield situation by inquiring and possibly looking into make a deal for Tigers center fielder Curtis Granderson. Here is some of the article that will be featured today in the Post from Sherman: "In a cost-cutting frame of mind, the Tigers have let teams know Curtis Granderson could be had for the right package, an NL executive told The Post. The Yankees will almost certainly push to the front of the line when it comes to Granderson. He obviously would be an upgrade on the Melky Cabrera/Brett Gardner duo. In addition, the Yankees could quickly face a need to restore lefty power if Johnny Damon and/or Hideki Matsui leave to free agency ...

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