• Olney: Yankees waiting on trade market

    Sort of along the same lines as what I just said about my skepticism that the Yankees trading for Ryan Dempster makes sense these days, Buster Olney reports that the Yankees are “still waiting for [their] needs to be defined” with respect to the trade market. Honestly, there’s not really a whole lot else they can do right now, as there certainly isn’t any obvious (realistic) move they could make to really improve the team at this point.

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