Yankees outfield for the 2010 season....(details inside)?
In light of the 3 way trade that brings centerfielder Curtis Granderson to the Yankees, it got me thinking, who is going to be comprising the Yankees outfield for 2010? Here are some guarantees...
1. Curtis Granderson in CF and...
2. Nick Swisher in RF
This leaves the left field position up for grabs. There are many candidates, but one can have the spot, or possibly share it between 2 players. Who will play left field? Here are your choices....
A. Keep Melky Cabrera
B. Sign Johnny Damon
C. Keep Brett Gardner
D. Any combination of A-C
X. Other ideas?
This is just for fun, and I want to know what you think. Thanks for answering!
**bitter answers and replies that don't answer the question are NOT appreciated!**
- big dawgs ladyLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
I would like them to keep Melky Cabrera AND Johnny Damon
Be nice if they could work that out, somehow.
Good question, thanks
God Bless You
- ballejosLv 43 years ago
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- Michael QLv 51 decade ago
If they bring back Damon it will be as a DH and play Melky in left because Damon's defense sucks. They will probably play Melky in left and sign Holliday or Matsui or someone else to DH.
They'll probably keep Gardner as a 4th outfielder unless they make another trade with him.
- jeterLv 51 decade ago
as much as they love damon they will not commit 4 years when he is 38 i think. he has poor defense too. from what i see is getting rid of damon and have melky/gardner battle off for the LF spot. both those players lack the power damon had but strengthen the outfeild and both have better throwing arms. they could trade melky in which his name apears alot.
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- 24+11+2 <3Lv 41 decade ago
Keep Gardner and Melky
- 1 decade ago
Answer D. Hey Jim Morrison, I thought you died a long time ago ?
- RockyLv 51 decade ago
i think they will keep brett and melky cabrera
- 1 decade ago
- Anonymous1 decade ago
who cares they are just buying another season they should have an asterisks next to their world series wins.