Might Dombrowski have another massive blockbuster up his sleeve? With him, it seems it is always possible.
Whether as a starter or a reliever, David Phelps will likely be an integral part of the Yankees.
Curtis Granderson jogged to first base after being hit on his right forearm as if it was a minor annoyance.
Alex Rodriguez was benched twice for the same game.
Maybe you already thought the Tigers won in the Curtis Granderson for Austin Jackson (and others) trade.
When outfielder Austin Jackson tracks down a deep fly or Detroit Tigers teammate Phil Coke throws a scoreless inning of relief, New York general manager Brian Cashman doesn’t fret about the fact that both players could still be Yankees.
Curtis Granderson didn’t know.
Put aside the Tigers tough 5-3 loss to the Indians on Thursday night for a second.
Who would you rather have on your team: Curtis Granderson or Austin Jackson? I have always been a huge Granderson fan, and was dumbfounded and outraged when the Tigers traded him to the Yankees for Jackson, as part of a three-team deal. Jackson seemed like a good young player, with a lot of potential. But Granderson was a superstar in making. This season, however, Jackson has moved even or ahead of Granderson in almost every offensive category.
When the Tigers traded Curtis Granderson to the Yankees, I could not have been more harsh in my criticism. I hated the trade.