Yankees Trade Young Bat and Catching Prospect for Young Pitching, and Ink Innings’ Eater

Pending an official announcement, the New York Yankees and the Seattle Mariners, franchises with a history (A-Rod, Ken Griffey Jr., Randy Johnson, Jay Buhner, plus probably the greatest five-game Division Series ever [October 1995]), have completed a swap that will benefit both clubs. Suddenly, the Yankees have one of the deepest pitching staffs in Major League Baseball. Although reported by one of my (Evander’s) least-favorite (for his lengthy pronouncements) columnists, click here for the full (and I mean full) scoop, including the Yankees separate signing of L.A. Dodgers starter Hiroki Kuroda.


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