Although not official yet, it appears that the New York Yankees have acquired the Detroit Tigers centerfielder Curtis Granderson for Phil Coke, Ian Kennedy, and top prospect outfielder Austin Jackson. Granderson will be 29 years old when the Yankees 2010 season starts and has power (30HRs). Because he played in a pitcher’s ballpark it’s very possible that Curtis can bat over .275 with an on-base percentage of .360 with over 30 homeruns next year. That is excellent for a CF.
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