Wednesday, February 27, 2013
NO GRANDERSON? NO PROBLEM
It's official. Look for the Yankees to look internally for power help to replace Curtis Granderson who is out 10 weeks with a broken forearm. (Read TOUGH BREAK FOR GRANDERSON.) That means, no Johnny Damon, no Alfonso Soriano (I actually thought that idea was silly), no Ken Phleps and no, my 10 year old is not available.
(In Photo: Juan Rivera)
Instead, according to Yahoo Sports, "The Yankees will take a good look at the outfielders currently in camp before searching outside the organization. Veterans Matt Diaz and Juan Rivera are the frontrunners to see time in left field, though youngsters Zoilo Almonte, Melky Mesa and Ronnier Mustelier will also have an opportunity to compete."
(In Photo: Ronnier Mustelier)
Read HERE. In a nutshell, what does this mean? I means it's Spring Training and we'll figure it out and still stay on the cheap path the New York Yankees have been on for months. If it doesn't work, we look elsewhere.
That is all.