Found November 25, 2012 on IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught:
For everybody out there who wants us to trade a prospect, consider this very real on-field lineup: (Age next year)c: Chris Stewart (31)lb: Mark Teixiera (33)2b: Robbie Cano (30)ss: Derek Jeter (39)3b: Alex Rodriguez (37) lf: Ichiro Suzuki (39)cf: Curtis Granderson (32)rf: Raul Ibanez (41)dh: Eric Chavez (35)p: Andy Pettitte (41)p: Mariano Rivera (43)Any chance we could sign Bernie Williams? He'll only be 44.
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