Found October 24, 2012 on IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught:
The Yankees are sending Curtis Granderson to get his eyes examined. In some circles, 200 strikeouts are viewed as a sign of blindness. Who knew? Maybe last week, the Grandyman was seeing the 1963 Dodgers pitching staff. It was all a blur to him.So, now he'll go recite an eye chart. This has to be the best Yankee news since Dellin Betances threw a walkless inning in Arizona. (Note: I'm not sure whether Dellin Betances has thrown a walkless inning in Arizona. I was just stretching for something that sounded like good news.) If Grandy returns next year, he'll be the new Grandy, the office worker nerd Grandy, maybe sporting  a pair of Versace frames!But the question is, should he come back? Frankly, I'm tired of guys with limitless potential turning into homer-happy swingers. I know it's easier said than done, but if Grandy cut down his swing - hit 20 less home runs and hit 40 batting average points higher - he would double his stolen bases. He could be the complete ...
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