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Lady Loves Pinstripes:
Who knew that Johnny Damon was such a big fan of the Carly Ray Jepson summer hit, Call Me Maybe?
Well New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman certainly does now.
As yesterday the ex-Yankee told Michael Kay on his ESPN show that he would gladly accept league minimum money to fill in for Curtis Granderson until his broken right forearm heals.
Damon expressed confusion to Kay about why the Yankees have not called him yet after he has expressed his wish to return.
Could the fact that Damon is 39 years old have anything to do with it? (more…)
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