Spanning the Yankee Blogs: Gardner, Granderson, Burnett

Good afternoon all and welcome to Spanning the Yankee Blogs.  I check them all out and than list an article from each for you to enjoy.

and away we go…..

* An A-Blog for A-Rod looks into how awesome the Brett Gardner contract is.

* Bleeding Yankee Blue believes Granderson will continue his big numbers.

* New York Baseball Digest believes with the new acquisitions the Yankees need to rid themselves of Burnett.

* NYYUniverse has the mechanic breakdown of Jose Campos.

* River Ave Blues asks Does Nick Swisher vanish against good pitching?

* Road to Yankee Stadium has a look back at Jorge Posada.

* The Yankee Analysts has the irony of the rotating DH.

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Avid Yankee fan since birth. I have been going to Yankee games with my father since i was young. I have many memories at YSII including many playoffs and world series games. I hope that you enjoy our blog. Comment often.

Posted on January 24, 2012, in Spanning The Yankee Blogs and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Inquiring minds ask of those more knowledgeable than he. Would a Logan Morrison for Phil Hughes pretty much straight up be a possibility?

    The Marlins could always use pitching and Hughes is relatively inexpensive. And as will all know Cashman would like to get a bat and a young bat with cost control for the next several years.

    Not that I claim to know a lot about other teams needs but on the surface this would appear to be a win, win for both teams.

    I still would prefer the Yankees move AJ first, but let’s assume that isn’t going to happen here.

    • I don’t think the Marlins would do that.

    • Marlins are actually in the market for an OF and have been heavily linked to Yoenis Cespedes. He’d be a perfect fit in CF with their huge Cuban community.

      They are also pretty strong in the rotation with Nolasco, Anibal Sanchez, Buehrle, Volstad & stud Josh Johnson coming back from injury.

      it’s hard to guage what Hughes’ trade value is right now. He is pretty much an enigma right now. While I and most people seem to think he’ll bounce back this year, the question is will teams take a chance trading someone good for him until he proves that he’s recovered from last season’s complete washout.

      Every article I’ve read the last 2-3 days is saying that Cashman is looking to trade for a DH – not sign a Free Agent. makes it fun to look around the league to see who they can target. I know I sound like a broken record but damn, that Seth Smith would have been perfect!

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