Is Curtis Granderson on his way out of the Bronx?
Granderson just completed his fourth season with the New York Yankees and is a free agent this winter. The veteran outfielder has put up impressive numbers during his 10-year career -- playing the first six seasons with the Detroit Tigers.
In 2011, he led the majors with 136 runs and was second in homers with 41, while leading the AL with 119 RBI. He followed that campaign with 102 runs, 43 homers and 106 RBI, but his batting average dropped 30 points to .232.
This past season Granderson was hindered by injuries, as he played only 61 games -- batting .229 with 31 runs, seven homers and 15 RBI.
He missed the first two months after breaking his forearm when he was hit by a pitch in the Yankees' first spring training game. Then in his eighth game back, he fractured his pinkie finger, returning to the DL until Aug. 2.
So now the question is, where will the three-time All-Star outfielder roam in 2014?
Granderson turns 33 in March, a...