Found March 11, 2012 on Full Spectrum Baseball:
I know a lot of people will say this is pretty easy to do.  The New York Yankees are arguably the best team in the American league and one of the best teams in baseball.  They have a ton of talent but I think it is hard to go over a team like this.  I am going to try my best and find a little different wrinkle then just yeah keep this guy and keep this guy.  Lets see what I can come up with and I hope you will enjoy this and get some value out of it. 2B Robinson Cano is a pretty easy one to say keep.  He is one of the best players in baseball, a rising star.  He is so good and to think a few years ago they thought he was lazy and unmotivated.  He is the best second baseman in baseball and quickly becoming a top ten player in the game today.  You have to keep this guy around if your lucky enough to have him.  He is going to be a top of the line player for many many years. LF Brett Gardner is due to have a bounce back year.  He does need to bat better then 259, he does have a high on...
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